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Senior Artist Manager

Gifted of multiple skills and innumerable interests, Marco Calabrese embodies the concept of the eclectic man. He studied scenography at the “Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera” in Milan, while studying also piano and singing. Regarding this last discipline he attended the singing specialization courses for choir artist held by the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. His flexibility, characterized by a constant research for beauty in all its forms, led him to compete in the field of interior design, visual merchandising (Bulgari, Collistar, Samsung) and set design.

Calabrese has been involved in the creation of scenes and costumes for the ballets D'apres le Mandarin (from Il Mandarino Meraviglioso by B. Bartok) and Van Gogh with choreography of Misha Van Hoecke, Beppe Carbone and Luciana Savignano (Teatro Carcano - Milan), for the theatrical company Il Sale in Zucca, for the opera Di Vino Commedia by Louis Bacalov (Auditorium of Milan), for the show Amadeus (reduction of the piece by Shaffer) with Luca Barbareschi, Dajana Roncione and Francesco Bonomo (Auditorium of Milan).

In the music field he has faced roles such as Papageno, Dulcamara, Bruschino. He has collaborated in the production of Die Soldaten by Zimmermann at the Teatro alla Scala. He has worked such renowned personalities as Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Chailly, Oleg Caetani, Louis Bacalov, Romano Gandolfi and Gian Carlo Menotti. Calabrase was one of the choir artists of the Giuseppe Verdi Symphonic Choir and has specialized himself in the field of Baroque music, collaborating with Ruben Jais and Gianluca Capuano in the productions of LaVerdi Barocca, and with the groups Il Canto di Orfeo and the Company for Sacred Music.

Marco has been Orchestra Manager of LaVerdi Orchestra Milan also organizing their tours in Japan, South America and Europe with Riccardo Chailly, Oleg Caetani, Martha Argerich, Nelson Freire.

His love for Art, together with his experience, make him extremely focus on the necessity of each artist, of whom he shares language and profound knowledge of the craft in all its facets.








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