Category:    Music  ┬╗  Conductors

Andrea Vitello

"Amazing, Andrea Vitello, in the conduction the ensemble. Not an approximation, an oversight, a lack of tension. Everything at the point in which it has to be, even in the dizziest passages."

Dino Villatico, Dionysos

 “Excellent CD, very interesting interpretation of Schoenberg (a one must have, we dare to say"

Gabriele Moroni, Musica Magazine

 “…grabs the listener and keep him stuck to aural processes so materic and physical, even visceral and immodest" 

Gregorio Moppi, Repubblica

an ensemble well leaded by Andrea Vitello

Ettore Napoli, Amadeus

“A thrilling pairing of two modern works.”

Lisa MacKinney, Limelight Magazine

"If you like this music,find this cd"

Stephen Chawkin, AmericanRecord Guide

 “die Musiker des Ensemble Bios bewältigen ihren Part mit großem klanglichen Raffinement und virtuoser Brillanz”

Guido Krawinkel, Klassik Heute

 “Positive Endrueke hinterllaesst das Ensemble Bios”

Gerhard Anders, Das Orchester


With words such as these the critic acclaims the recording debut of Andrea Vitello, Italian musician moved to conducting after his experience as a composer (debut at Dal Verme Theatre in Milan, perfomances at International festivals such as Musica Viva in Belem, Portugal, Bulgarian Choir Union in Sofia, Bulgary).

Andrea Vitello conducted in some of the most prestigious concert halls in the world like Carnegie Hall in New York and Seul Art Center in Seul. He cooperates with institutions such as Budapest Symphony Orchestra MAV (Hungary), Koszalin Philarmonic (Poland), Korea Soloists Orchestra (South Korea), Thessaloniki Symphony Orchestra (Greece), Orchestra dei Pomeriggi Musicali and Como Lake Festival Orchestra (Italy) and ensembles such as I Solisti del Teatro alla Scala di Milano (Italy), Argento (New York), Divertimento Ensemble, l'Arsenale, Contemporary Music Ensemble of the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole (Italy)

A sensitive interpreter of the contemporary repertoire, he conducted many premieres both with orchestra and ensemble by composers such as Peter Eötvös, Tristan Murail, Andrea Portera, Alessio Elia, Oliver Schneller and of many young composers as well.