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Carlo Fuortes is the new Superintendent of the Teatro San Carlo
Minister Sangiuliano signed the nomination
Carlo Fuortes, former CEO of Rai, was appointed Superintendent of the Theater San Carlo of Naples, today 1 August the decree was signed:

"The Minister of Culture, Gennaro Sangiuliano, accepted the proposal, approved by a majority with only one member abstaining, of the Steering Committee of the "Teatro di San Carlo" Foundation chaired by the mayor of Naples, Professor Gaetano Manfredi, and appointed the new Superintendent in the person of Dr. Carlo Fuortes.“ reads the note released by the MIC.

The assignment will last until April 2025, at the same time as the mandate of the Steering Committee expires, and is renewable.

“I congratulate Carlo Fuortes, who boasts a vast and prestigious professional curriculum in the management of lyric-symphonic foundations. For history and tradition, San Carlo represents a worldwide excellence. My compliments to Fuortes, I'm sure he will do well,” said the Minister Sangiuliano.

“I am very happy and honored by the new position – underlined the mole Superintendent Fuortes – I consider it a privilege to be able to work in the oldest and most beautiful opera house in the world, with a great musical and artistic history. I sincerely thank Minister Gennaro Sangiuliano, the president of the theater and mayor of Naples Gaetano Manfredi and the members of the Steering Committee for the trust they have given me with this appointment”, reads the press release released by the Neapolitan Massimo. “I feel a great responsibility – continues Fuortes – in serving one of the oldest and most prestigious cultural institutions in our country, one of the most important internationally. I will do everything to live up to it. My commitment will be to seek with every effort the excellence of the musical and cultural offer and to enhance the activity of the San Carlo for the benefit of every citizen of Naples, Campania and all of Italy. The Teatro di San Carlo must continue to be, as it has been in an exemplary way in its three hundred years of history, an essential reference point for all opera, music and dance enthusiasts at an international level.”  

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Source: Ministry of Culture and San Carlo Theater press release - See the press release

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