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Marco
Angius

"At the head of the talented Ensemble Algoritmo a Marco Angius who is one of the most attentive readers of today's music, in an evening of grace. His interpretation is both lucid and captivating, of a perfect musical and theatrical rhythm" (D. Villatico, The Clsssic Voice)

Marco Angius has been musical and artistic director of the Padua and Veneto Orchestra since 2015. Director of reference for the contemporary musical repertoire, he is the founder of the Algoritmo ensemble and has made numerous recordings.

Marco Angius he is a reference director for the contemporary musical repertoire. He has conducted Ensemble Intercontemporain (Agorà 2012), Tokyo Philharmonic, Rai National Symphony Orchestra of Turin, Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Giuseppe Verdi Symphonic Orchestra of Milan, Orchestra of Italian Switzerland, Orchester de Chambre de Lausanne, Orchestra of Tuscany, Sinfonica di Lecce, I Pomeriggi Musicali, Luxembourg Philharmonie, Muziekgebouw / Bimhuis of Amsterdam, La Filature of Mulhouse, Teatro Lirico of Cagliari. He has been invited by numerous festivals such as Biennale Musica di Venezia, MITO, Warsaw Autumn Festival, Ars Musica di Bruxelles, deSingel di Anversa (with the Hermes Ensemble of which he is the main guest conductor), Traiettorie, Milano Musica, Romaeuropa Festival.
 
Already assistant to Antonio Pappano for Rossini's Guillaume Tell (Emi records, 2011), Marco Angius is the founder of the Algoritmo ensemble with which he won the Amadeus 2007 Disc Prize for Ivan Fedele's Mixtim and with which he has made numerous recordings including Luci mie traitrici by Salvatore Sciarrino (for the Euroarts of Monaco on dvd and for Stradivarius on cd). With the Rai National Symphony Orchestra he has recorded all the works for violin and orchestra by Ivan Fedele (Mosaïque, Stradivarius) and, with the Ensemble Prometeo, the complete Imaginary Landscapes by John Cage.
 
In his vast discography, three Die Schachtel by Evangelisti, Risonanze wandering by Nono, Abyss by Donatoni, Quodlibet by Castiglioni, Noîse by Adámek (with the Ensemble Intercontemporain) up to The art of Bach's fugue are worth mentioning.
 
Marco Angius is the author of a monograph on Salvatore Sciarrino's work (How to approach silence, Rai Eri, 2007), Ali di Cantor (The music of Ivan Fedele, Esz 2012) and of numerous writings on contemporary music translated into various languages.
 
Among the most recent productions: Jakob Lenz by Rihm (Teatro Comunale di Bologna), La volpe astuta by Janácek (National Academy of Santa Cecilia), Luca Mosca's Italy of destiny at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino and the intense concert activity with the 'Ensemble of the Accademia Teatro alla Scala, a young formation of which he is also the artistic coordinator.
 
In the field of musical theater he has also directed Janáček's Káťa Kabanová, Hindemith's Sancta Susanna, Sciarrino's Aspern, Maderna's Don Perlimplin, Alessandro Solbiati's Yellow Sound (2016 Abbiati Prize), Dusapin's Medematerial (2018 Abbiati Prize), Alfred Alfred di Donatoni, Detlev Glanert's Nijinsky Diary.
 
Since September 2015 Marco Angius has been musical and artistic director of the Padua and Veneto Orchestra, with which he has numerous symphonic discs and integrals, including those of Beethoven and Schubert.
 
Marco Angius inaugurated the 2016/2017 season of the Teatro La Fenice with the opera Aquagranda by Filippo Perocco (2017 Abbiati Prize), as well as a new edition of Luigi Nono's Prometeo at the Teatro Regio in Parma (also on disc for Stradivarius). He also inaugurated the 2018/2019 season of the Opera di Firenze with Le villi by Puccini.
 
In December 2019 he was awarded the honor of Commander of the Italian Republic by President Mattarella.
 
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(Marco Angius, photocredit, above, Andrea Cherchi, below Silvia Lelli)

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