Mattia Rondelli is an Italian conductor who has already appeared on the international scene. His engagements have brought him to some of the most important venues in Italy, Switzerland, UK, Russia, USA, and China. His versatility as a conductor has led to performances of works from both the operatic and orchestral repertoire, wildly ranging from early music to the music of today.
In these last years Mr. Rondelli obtained sensational achievements due to his meeting with Valery Gergiev and the collaboration with Mariinsky Theatre.
Mr. Rondelli debuted at Mariinsky Concert Hall in 2011 White Nights Festival. That first occasion represented the modern premiere of some sacral pages by Giuseppe Sarti, featuring important soloists as Ekaterina Semenchuk and Barbara Frittoli. Recently he brought for the first time on Mariinsky stage, Verdi Quartet and Quattro Pezzi Sacri.
In 2014, M.Rondelli’s has conducted the Italian premiere of Sarti’s Gloria with Accademia del Teatro alla Scala orchesytra and soloists and ars Cantica Choir, at Milan Conservatory Hall.
His work of research and performance on Giuseppe Sarti’s music has brought him either important artistic collaborations and academic cooperation with UDK-Berlin and Jerusalem Academy of Music.
M. Rondelli is a regular guest conductor at MiTo SettembreMusica Festival,Virtuosi del Teatro alla Scala, Turin Teatro Regio, La Fenice Orchestra, St Petersburg Philharmonia, Chicago Philharmonic, National Opera of Beijing Arturo Toscanini Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, Orchestra da Camera di Mantova, Orchestra del Festival Settimane Musicali di Stresa, Marche Philharmonic Orchestra, Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano, Turin Philharmonic Orchestra, Rome Youth Orchestra, Orchestra Cantelli, Accademia di S. Giorgio (Venice), Ars Cantica Choir, and with the National Opera Orchestra of Beijing at a gala for the President of the Italian Republic.
After his piano studies, Mr. Rondelli earned degrees in both orchestral conducting and music composition from the Milan Conservatory of Music. He has specialized for years with Donato Renzetti, Piero Bellugi and Jorma Panula . As an assistant he worked at opera productions with D. Callegari and G. Noseda. In addition to his musical education, Mr. Rondelli holds a degree from the Law School of the Catholic University of Milan.
Mattia Rondelli is a SONYClassical Artist: he recorded G. Sarti – Magnificat&Gloria with Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra and Chorus, and L. Boccherini Stabat Mater featuring Barbara Frittoli and I Virtuosi del Teatro alla Scala.