Marcello Viotti, né le 29 juin 1954 à Vallorbe en Suisse romande et décédé le 16 février 2005 (à 50 ans) à Munich, fut un chef d'orchestre.

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  • Marcello Viotti, né le 29 juin 1954 à Vallorbe en Suisse romande et décédé le 16 février 2005 (à 50 ans) à Munich, fut un chef d'orchestre.
  • Marcello Viotti (* 29. Juni 1954 in Vallorbe, Schweiz; † 16. Februar 2005 in München) war ein italienisch-schweizerischer Dirigent.Er leitete von 1998 bis 2004 das Münchner Rundfunkorchester, das er zu internationalem Ansehen führte. Seit 2002 war er musikalischer Direktor des Teatro La Fenice in Venedig.
  • Marcello Viotti (June 29, 1954 – February 16, 2005) was a Swiss classical music conductor, best known for opera.Viotti was born in Vallorbe, in the French-speaking region of Switzerland, to Italian parents. He studied cello, piano and singing at the Conservatory of Lausanne. Wolfgang Sawallisch was a mentor to Viotti and encouraged him to begin his career in the theatre. As a young conductor, Viotti honed his craft with the International Orchestra of the Jeunesses Musicales in the Italian town of Fermo, and also with a wind ensemble. His interpretation of Robert Schumann's 4th Symphony helped him win the 1982 Gino Marinuzzi Competition.During the 1980s and 1990s Viotti was a director at several opera houses in Europe. These included three years as artistic director of the Stadttheater in Lucerne, a post as music director of the Turin opera, and three years as Generalmusikdirector of Bremen (1990–1993). He held guest conducting posts at the Vienna State Opera, the Deutsche Oper Berlin, and the Bavarian State Opera.Viotti was chief conductor of the Saarland Radio Symphony Orchestra (Saarbrücken) from 1991 to 1995. He was one of three joint chief conductors of the MDR Symphony Orchestra in Leipzig from 1996 to 1999. Viotti was chief conductor of the Münchner Rundfunkorchester from 1998 to 2004, when he resigned in protest at budget cuts that threatened the existence of the orchestra. Viotti was named music director at the Teatro La Fenice Orchestra in Venice in January 2002. He appeared a number of times with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in Australia, and from 2002 until his death he was Principal Guest Conductor of the orchestra.Viotti suffered a stroke during a rehearsal in Munich in February 2005 and underwent surgery to remove a blood clot. He was then hospitalized on artificial life support but never regained consciousness and died on 16 February 2005. Viotti was married and had four children.
  • Marcello Viotti (Vallorbe, 29 giugno 1954 – Monaco di Baviera, 16 febbraio 2005) è stato un direttore d'orchestra svizzero, noto soprattutto per la direzione di opere liriche.
  • マルチェッロ・ヴィオッティ(Marcello Viotti, 1954年6月29日 - 2005年2月16日)はスイスの指揮者。とりわけオペラ指揮者として著名であった。
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  • Marcello Viotti, né le 29 juin 1954 à Vallorbe en Suisse romande et décédé le 16 février 2005 (à 50 ans) à Munich, fut un chef d'orchestre.
  • Marcello Viotti (* 29. Juni 1954 in Vallorbe, Schweiz; † 16. Februar 2005 in München) war ein italienisch-schweizerischer Dirigent.Er leitete von 1998 bis 2004 das Münchner Rundfunkorchester, das er zu internationalem Ansehen führte. Seit 2002 war er musikalischer Direktor des Teatro La Fenice in Venedig.
  • Marcello Viotti (Vallorbe, 29 giugno 1954 – Monaco di Baviera, 16 febbraio 2005) è stato un direttore d'orchestra svizzero, noto soprattutto per la direzione di opere liriche.
  • マルチェッロ・ヴィオッティ(Marcello Viotti, 1954年6月29日 - 2005年2月16日)はスイスの指揮者。とりわけオペラ指揮者として著名であった。
  • Marcello Viotti (June 29, 1954 – February 16, 2005) was a Swiss classical music conductor, best known for opera.Viotti was born in Vallorbe, in the French-speaking region of Switzerland, to Italian parents. He studied cello, piano and singing at the Conservatory of Lausanne. Wolfgang Sawallisch was a mentor to Viotti and encouraged him to begin his career in the theatre.
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