Marcello Corti Marcello Corti
Marcello Corti conductor

Marcello Corti is a conductor, promoter, composer, and artistic director: he has dedicated his life to music with an incredible enthusiasm. He has been dedicating himself to both classical and contemporary music, folk and art music, and both amateur and professional musicians.

He studied Conducting at the Accademia Chigiana of Siena under Gianuligi Gelmetti and Michel Tabachnik and at the Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana under Franco Cesarini. He also studied under Vittorio Parisi, Lior Shambadal, and Maurizio Dones.

He is the conductor of Esecutori di Metallo su Carta Ensemble, the Orchestra Agnesi of Merate, the main fixture of the three editions of the Festival Agnesi. He is the artistic director of the ANBIMA Lombardia Workshop, and thanks to him the Banda Giovanile Rappresentativa ANBIMA Lombardia exists. He has conducted the Orchestra of the Liceo Coreutico Musicale Giuditta Pasta of Como (CO).

He consistently collaborates with the Banda Sociale Meratese (LC), the Corpo Musicale of Caslino d’Erba (CO), and the Corpo Musicale Giulia Recli of Brivio (LC). He has been invited as a guest conductor at the Santa Vittoria Music Camp of Santa Vittoria in Matenano, (FM).

Marcello Corti records for the London music label 19’40”. With the Esecutori di Metallo su Carta, he has taken part in the ContempoRaritie, at the Miami Festival, and at the 57th Venice Biennale; With this ensemble, he has recorded Igor Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale and Gustav Holst’s The Planets.

He has curated the music festival Quattro Decibel in Lecco (LC), the Festival San Gregorio of Caslino d’Erba (CO). Currently, he teaches at the Scuola Civica of Lecco (LC) and at the Scuola di Musica San Francesco of Merate (LC). He has also hosted the workshop Laboratorio Orchestrale at the Civica sciola di Musica of Lecco (LC).

He has a degree in Trumpet from the Conservatory Giuseppe Verdi of Como and a degree in Methods and Topics in Arts Managements at the Università Cattolica of Milan.