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Guida Guido Maria
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Guido Maria Guida graduated in piano, composition and orchestra-conducting at the Conservatories of Turin and Milan. He attended post-graduate courses at the “Ecole Normale” of Paris then at the “Accademia Chigiana of Siena” with Franco Ferrara .

Since 1982 to 1994 he has worked as musical assistant of Giuseppe Sinopoli, taking a part to several symphonic and opera productions, as at the Metropolitan Opera House, the Covent Garden, the Deutsche Oper of Berlin, the Nazionaltheatre of Munich, also collaborating with the New Philharmonia Orchestra of London, Santa Cecilia Academy Orchestra and the Stuttgard Radio Symphony Orchestra.
He has also taken a part to many Sinopoli’s recordings for the Deutsche Grammophon and Philips labels.
He worked as “Studienleiter” at the Festspielhaus of Bayreuth from 1985 to 1994.

He conducted many orchestras, for instance RIAS and RSO of Berlin, the radio-orchestra of Stuttgard, the orchestra of Bonn Opera-House, the Antidogma Ensemble of Turin, the Carme Ensemble of Milan, the ASKO Ensemble of Amsterdam, the Toho Gakuen of Tokyo, the RAI radio-orchestras of Turin, Milan and Rome, the National Symphonic Orchestra of RAI (Italian radio-television), the Sicilian Symphonic Orchestra of Palermo, the orchestras of “Teatro Regio of Turin”, of “Filarmonico di Verona” Opera-House, of “Carlo Felice” in Genoa, of Cagliari Opera-House, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Turin, the Symphonic Orchestra of Bologna, the orchestra of La Plata Opera-House (Argentine), the Philharmonic Orchestra of Lublin (Poland), the Philharmonic Orchestra of Mexico City, the Ofunam von Mexico City, the Orchestra of Xalapa (Mexico), the Hungarian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra of “Teatro giocoso” di Savona. the Symphonic Orchestra of Rome, the Korean Chamber Orchestra, the Korean Symphony Orchestra.

He has conducted for several international festivals, as “Horizon” of Berlin, “Settembre Musica” of Turin, “Orestiadi” of Gibellina in Sicily, “Biennale” of Venice, the “International Cervantino Festival ” of Mexico, the International Tamaulipas Festival (Mexico) and the Festival del Centro Historico (Mexico City)

In Summer 2003 he took part with the Piemonte Youth Orchestra in the important Young Euro Classic Festival of Berlin and Stuttgard.

In January 1995 he carried out a very successful tour in Japan with the RAI National Symphonic Orchestra.

He conducted “Lucia di Lammermor” in Seoul with Youngok Shin and furthermore in the Chandler Pavillon of Los Angeles, performing a gala with Sumi Jo.

He performed R. Wagner’s “Tristan und Isolde” with great success: “The New York Times” has described him as an authentic Wagnerian “alla Toscanini”. He has performed “Samson et Dalilah” with Placido Domingo and Carlo Cossutta, “ Lucia di Lammermoor”, “Un ballo in maschera” and “Elisir d’amore” with Ramon Vargas, “Simon Boccanegra” with Juan Pons, “Tristan und Isolde” with Luana De Vol and Jon Frederic West, “Don Giovanni” with Justino Diaz, “Boris Godunov” with Anatoly Kotscherga, recitals with Youngok Shin and Francisco Araiza.

He recorded two compact-discs with Giuseppe Giacomini for label Bongiovanni and furthermore for labels Capriccio, Ricordi, Fonit-Cetra, Disc-Montaigne and Urtext.

He did concerts with Maria Tipo, Cyprien Katsaris, Laura De Fusco, Horacio Gutierrez, David Geringas, Giuliano Carmignola.
From 1996 to 1998 he was the principal conductor in Bellas Artes Opera-House of Mexico-City.
He performed with Mexico City Bellas Artes Opera Daniel Catan’s “Florencia en el amazonas”. In the same theatre he performed in September 1999 “Salome”. Furthermore in July 2000 he has performed A. Berg’s “Wozzeck”; in 2001 “La Traviata” with Angeles Blancas and Rolando Villazon.


In March 1999 he inaugurated the Teatro Colòn de Buenos Aires’ season with great success of press and public, conducting “La Traviata”, with June Anderson. He was present again in October 2000 conducting “Il Trovatore”.

From March 2003 to March 2006 he conducted with outstanding success the whole cyclus of R. Wagner’s “Der Ring des Nibelungen” in the Bellas Artes Opera House of Mexico City.

He made his debut in Houston Opera House conducting the new Daniel Catan’s opera “Salsipuedes” in November 2004, receiving enthusiastic success of public and critics.



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