Orchestra Filarmonica Giovanile ALPE ADRIA

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Director: Luigi Pistore

Luigi Pistore dirige l'orchestra

After studying piano, choir composition and conducting, he graduated at the "C. Pollini" conservatoire of Padova. In 1993 he attends the composition and orchestra’s conduction high education at "G. B. Martini" conservatoire in Bologna and in 1995, under the guidance of Maurizio Benini, he gets the degree.

Luigi Pistore has always been very interested in the orchestra conduction and attends to different stages, workshops and studied with important conductors such as Julius Kalmar in Milan at the "H. Swarowsky" courses and then achieving the "Wiener Meisterkurse fur Dirigenten" degree at the Music Academy of Vienna. In Milan he meets the famous conductor Carlo Maria Giulini and with him he deepens the study of the classical - romantic music repertoire.

In 1994, after a professional course for young conductors in Parma, he conducts the Emilia Romagna Symphonic Orchestra "A. Toscanini" in the "Folk Songs"   production of Luciano Berio. In 1996 following the win of a competition for young conductors he directs the Symphonic Orchestra of Sanremo. He took part in national and international juries and every year he is called to judge at the Young Musicians International competition in Trieste.

In 2009 Pistore conducted the World Orchestra "Weltweite Klange" in Paraguay at the Teatro Municipal di Asuncion. He is involved as well in musicology researches and teaches at the Music Education Centre "E. Komel" of Gorizia. He conducts Italian and foreign orchestras and from 1994 he is the permanent conductor and the music director in the training workshops for young European musicians of the "Alpe Adria" Philharmonic Youth Orchestra of Gorizia. In 2000 establishes and directs the "Alpe Adria" Centre for Musical Meetings in Gorizia.