Marco Boemi, conductor and pianist, also graduated in law at La Sapienza University, Rome.


During a career of more than 25 years, he worked with 3 generations of great singers, including

Domingo, Pavarotti, Netrebko, Taddei, Villazon, Grigolo, Beczala, Rebeka, Salsi, Volle, Obratzova, Borodina, Bruson, Ricciarelli, Gruberova, Abdrazakov, Gulegina, Shicoff, Eyvazov, Burchuladze, Giaiotti, Luchetti, Sighele, Baglioni, Scandiuzzi Kabaivanska, Dessì, Armiliato, Giordani, Sabbatini, Colombara, La Scola, Gasdia, Rost, Kurzak,

Michaels-Moore, Bros, Giannattasio, Fabiano, Leiferkus, Siurina, Zaremba, Vassallo, Breslik, Mei, de Carolis,

de Candia, Coni, Devia, Bonfadelli, Ganassi, d'Intino, Barcellona, Frontali, Fantini, Antonacci, Dragoni, Antoniozzi Gallo, Surjan, Canonici, Cupido….


He has performed in many of the world’s most famous theatres and festivals, including La Scala Milano,

Teatro dell’Opera Roma, Teatro San Carlo Napoli, Bayerische Staatsoper, Teatro Filarmonico Verona,

Teatro Massimo Palermo, Teatro Verdi Trieste, Teatro Politeama Palermo, Teatro Regio Parma,

Suntory Hall Tokyo, Finnish Opera Helsinki, Sostakovic Hall St.Petersburg, Residenz Hall Munchen,

Musikverein Wien, Konzerthaus Berlin, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Opera Bastille Paris,

Royal Festival Hall London, Opera Budapest, Grand Theatre Shanghai, Narodni Divadlo Prague,

Wielki Theatre Warsaw, San Paolo Lisbon, Megaron Athens, Salle Gaveau Paris, Wigmore Hall London,

Chaliapin Festival Kazan, Rossini Opera Festival, Sferisterio Macerata, Brescia and Bergamo Festival,

Mozart Festival in Rovereto with Virtuosi di S. Cecilia, Donizetti Festival, St. Margarethen Festival, Bilbao, Oviedo,

a Coruna, Pyongyang, Adelaide, Spoleto, conducting among others Verdi Orchestra Milano, Zagreb Philharmonic, all the most important japanese orchestras, Philharmonia Orchestra London, Bournemouth Symphony,

la Scala young Orchestra, Cherubini Orchestra, World Youth Orchestra.


He has a huge repertoire, both symphonic and operatic, including works by Wagner, R. Strauss, Verdi,

Puccini, Rossini, Mahler, Beethoven, Gershwin, Bernstein, Cajkovskij, Rachmaninov, Poulenc,

Ravel, Sostakovic, Mozart, Massenet, Gounod, Debussy, Bizet, de Falla, Walton, Respighi, Rota, J. Strauss,

Lehar, Giordano, Mascagni, Leoncavallo, Cilea, Ponchielli, Saint-Saens, Offenbach, Liszt,

Grieg, Schubert, Schumann, Weber, Menotti, Bellini, Donizetti.


He recorded for Decca, Universal, Philips and TDK with artists such as Beczala, Rebeka, Colombara, Dessì, Sabbatini, la Scola, Armiliato and a DVD of the Tosca new production from Carlo Felice Theatre Genova

(with Dessì, Armiliato, Sgura staged by Renzo Giacchieri) is now available.


He’s considered an expert in lieder and art songs to which he dedicates himself with great passion, and he’s invited for masterclasses with young singers, conductors and pianists all over the world.


In the last few years, after conducting Attila for the world opening of Astana Opera and a Gala with

Ildar Abdrazakov at the Royal Omani Opera House, he recorded a CD with Carlo Colombara with music

by Wagner, Massenet, Verdi and Rossini.


Later, he was on the podium for a Gala with Anna Netrebko in Kazan, Turandot in Bogota, Tosca in Leon Mexico, Tabarro and Pagliacci at the Finnish Opera Helsinki, Trovatore in Treviso. In January 2015

he conducted Traviata in Teatro Filarmonico Verona which was followed by Porgy and

Bess and Barber of Seville in Chaliapin Festival, Nabucco in Lima and concerts with Jose Bros in San Paulo.


More recently he was engaged in a Gala with Carlo Colombara at Varna Festival, a Gala with

Anna Netrebko and Yusif Eyvazov at Beiteddine Festival in Lebanon, symphonic concerts with

Luglio Musicale Trapanese and Musica Riva Festival, Don Pasquale at Finnish Opera Helsinki,

Aida in Rovigo, Pisa and Livorno, the new production of Pikovaja Dama at Chaliapin Festival which

gave him a personal resounding success, Carmen in Split, a Schumann concert for the

Arena di Verona winter season, Boheme in Bucarest, a concert with Yusif Eyvazov in Regio Theatre in Parma,

Forza del destino at Varna Festival, a liederabend with Carlo Colombara at Wigmore Hall in London.


Later on, he was invited by the very prestigious Vishnevskaya Center in Moscow

and Rostropovich Festival in Sochi, both run by Olga Rostropovich,

to conduct first Rigoletto and then Boheme.


In 2017 and 2018 he performed many times in Santa Monica Broadstage Hall with

Los Angeles Opera Orchestra, conducting concerts with Anna Netrebko, Yusif Eyvazov, Piotr Beczala,

Vittorio Grigolo, Carmen Giannattasio, Michael Fabiano enjoying an outstanding success every time.

He continued his close cooperation with the Netrebko/Eyvazov duo conducting them in a Gala in Marbella,

and was on the podium for the reopening of Tbilisi Opera with Aida and then for a

new production of Don Giovanni in Belgrado staged by Alberto Triola.


He has recently resumed an historic collaboration with Giuseppe Sabbatini with whom he performed in a triumphant liederabend in Berlin with music by Strauss, Liszt Ravel, de Falla and Zandonai,

followed by an acclaimed tour in Japan.


In March/April 2018 he recorded a CD with duets by Saint-Saens, Mascagni, Verdi, Puccini, Bizet with

Yusif Eyvazov and Rossana Rinaldi, then conducted 2 concerts with Eyvazov/Gulegina in Zagreb and Rijeka

and the new production of Macbeth with Giorgio Surjan in Rijeka.


He then appeared in Tokyo Suntory Hall for a Gala with Vittorio Grigolo, recorded a new CD with

Piotr Beczala and the Valencia Opera Orchestra with all verismo arias and went back to

Moscow Vishnevskaya Centre for a new Carmen.

In summer 2021 he was busy for a concert tour in Japan with Vittorio Grigolo, before recording a new CD with Marina Rebeka and then conducting Placido Domingo, Anna Netrebko, Rolando Villazon, Michael Volle, Luca Salsi, Ildar Abdrazakov and Yusif Eyvazov in a grand gala inside the Kremlin Palace in Moscow celebrating Anna Netrebko’s 50th birthday.


Among his future engagements a new japanese tour with Vittorio Grigolo in november 2021, another japanese tour with Giuseppe Sabbatini, concerts with Piotr Beczala in Vienna, Munich, Prague and Linz,
the recording of 2 CDs with Ekaterina Semenchuck and Sondra Radvanovsky, more concerts with Anna Netrebko and Yusif Eyvazov, the debut in Lady Macbeth from Mzensk in Chaliapin Festival,

and La Rondine in Vishnevskaya Centre.