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Italian conductor Nello Santi died at the age of 88, good at Verdi opera


Italian conductor Nello Santi died at the age of 88, good at Verdi opera
According to foreign media reports, the Italian conductor Nello Santi (Nello santi) died in his home in Zurich, Switzerland on February 6, at the age of 88.The picture is from Santi social network Nello Santi was born on September 22, 1931 in Adria, a small town in the south of Venice.His father was a grocer, and his mother was an elementary school teacher who loved classical music.When Santi was 3 years old, his mother took him to watch Verdi’s “Alchemist”. He asked his parents to replay many recordings of the opera on their gramophone. At the same time, he waved his arms as if he was conducting orchestralteam.As a child, Santi took piano lessons and learned to play the violin, viola and several wind instruments.In his youth, he studied composition at the Conservatory of Padua. In 1951, 20-year-old Santi served as conductor for the first time at the Verdi Theatre in Padua.From Padua, Santi continued to conduct conductors in West Germany, Austria, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Switzerland. From 1958 to 1969, he served as the musical director of the Zurich Opera House.Santi does not mean Italian composer.He had proposed that Richard Wagner be one of “the admirers of my life”, but he retained his greatest love for Verdi.Santi performed at the Metropolitan Opera for the first time in 1962, performing Verdi’s “Mas Hera’s United Nations Balloon”, and in February 1997, the 35th anniversary of the opera site was antiqued.Until 2000, after Santi’s last performance in the Metropolis, he directed nearly 400 performances on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera, most of which were operas by Puccini and Verdi.Santi has left a large number of audio and video materials, both commercial and internal, and has hosted 30 Metropolitan Television broadcasts, many of which were recorded from the radio.The picture comes from the sauna of Santi’s social network, edited by Tian Zhenni, the editor of Night Net Liu Zhen, Wang Xin