Daniele Belardinelli

Daniele Belardinelli has been involved with the Orchestra Italiana del Cinema since its inception. He is a highly accomplished interpreter of 20th century music and is dedicated to the promotion of rarely-performed pieces. Among other projects, he has conducted the world premieres of the ballet Dylan Dog by Marco Tutino, commissioned by the Fondazione Arena di Verona, and Campiello by E. Wolf Ferrari at Bunkamura Orchardhall in Tokyo with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. He also conducted the first recording (Naxos) of Prinzessin Brambilla from Walter Braunfels’s manuscript with the Krakow Philharmonic live from Wexford Opera Festival. He has guest conducted with numerous national and international orchestras. Maestro Daniele Belardinelli has appeared in major international theatres such as the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Teatro Filarmonico in Verona, Teatro Pergolesi in Jesi, Teatro Verdi in Trieste, the New National Theatre in Tokyo, and at festivals such as the Macerata Opera Festival, Ravello Festival, Rossini Opera Festival, and Wexford Opera Festival.