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Alberto Zedda

Alberto Zedda (Conductor)

Born: 2nd January 1928, Milan, Italy

Died: 6th March 2017, Pesaro, Italy

Nationality: Italian

Alberto Zedda was an Italian conductor and musicologist whose specialty was the 19th-century Italian repertoire.

Alberto Zedda was born in Milan, Italy, where he accomplished his education in music and humanities, completed at the Musical Palaeography School of Cremona.

In 1957 he won the International Italian Radio and Television Competition for Conductors and thereafter was invited to appear with important Institutions in Italy (La Scala, Santa Cecilia, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the TV-Radio Orchestras of Rome, Turin, Milan, Naples…) and abroad in Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, Spain, Poland, Russia, Israel, United States, China, Japan…

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