Fabio Mastrangelo was born in Italy, the city of Bari. When he was five years old, his father began to teach him to play the piano.

Fabio Mastrangelo graduated from the conservatory named after Puccini in his native city, then from the Geneve conservatory and the Royal academy of music in London, in the class of M.Tipo. He attended the master-classes of A. Chickolini, S.Lipkin and P.Badura-Skoda, he received first prizes at the national pianists competitions in Osimo (1980) and Rome (1986).

1986 — his first work experience. Fabio was a conductor assistant in the Bari theatre. He worked with such famous singers as R. Kabaivanska and P. Capucilli. Then Mastrangelo started studying conducting in the Academy of Music in Peskar in the class of G.Sirembe and in the university in Toronto. He took classes from such famous conductors as L. Bernstein and K. Osteraichter in Vienna, in the Academy of Saint Chechilia in Rome, attended master-classes of N. Yarvi and D. Panula.

1996–2003 — director of the chamber orchestra Virtuosos of Toronto, founded by Mastrangelo. At the same time till 2005 he was an artistic director of a string orchestra of the theatre Hart House of the Toronto university. As a guest conductor, he worked with many orchestras of Canada, Hungary, Estonia, Finland, Romania, Latvia, Berlin chamber orchestra and the State Symphonic Orchestra of the Ukraine.

From 2001 to 2006 — an artistic director of the festival L’Etoiles de Chateau de Chaiee, France.
Starting from 2006 F.Mastrangelo is a musical director of the youngest opera theatre of Italy Fondazione Lirico Sinfonica Petruzzelli in Bari, which is one of the most prestigious theatres together with Milano theatre La Scala, Venice La Fenice, and Naples San Carlo.

His works in the opera theatre:
Mozart – Figaro’s Wedding (Argentina Theatre, Rome)
Verdi — La Traviata (opera and ballet theatre named after Mussorgsky, St.Petersburg)
Puccini — Bohema (opera and ballet theatre named after Rimsky-Korsakov, St.Petersburg)
Puccini — Tosca (opera and ballet theatre named after Rimsky-Korsakov, Maryinsky theatre, St.Petersburg)
Donizetti — Anna Bolena (opera and ballet theatre named after Rimsky-Korsakov, St.Petersburg)
Verdi — Troubadour (National Opera of Latvia)
Kalman — Silva (Saint-Petersburg musical comedy theatre)
As a symphonic conductor F.Mastrangelo works with orchestras of Italy, Japan, Russia (Honoured collective of the Russian Federation Academic symphony orchestra and Academic symphony orchestra of St.Petersburg philharmonic society, St.Petersburg Classica, Hermitage, State choir; Symphony orchestra of Karelian state philharmonic society, Kislovodsk symphony orchestra and others).

Collaborates with a record company Naxos.
He periodically performs as a pianist with the Russian cellist S.Slovachevsky.
Starting from 2007 Fabio Mastrangelo is the principal guest conductor of the Novosibirsk Academic Symphony Orchestra.

Photo: M. Vaneev


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