Alberto Erede (Conductor)
Born: 8th November 1909, Genoa
Died: 12th April 2001, Monte Carlo
Alberto Erede was an Italian conductor, particularly associated with operatic work.
Born in Genoa, Erede studied there before studying at the Verdi Conservatory in Milan, then with Felix Weingartner at Basle, and after this with Fritz Busch at Dresden. He made his debut in Turin in 1935, conducting Der Ring des Nibelungen. He also conducted at the Salzburg Festival. Fritz Busch invited him to Glyndebourne in England in 1934, where he conducted several performances before the war.