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About Beatrice

Principal Guest Conductor of the Orchestra della Toscana , Principal Conductor of the Orchestra Milano Classica and of the Nuova Orchestra Scarlatti Young, Beatrice Venezi is appointed member of the Feminine Council of Cultural Affairs held by the Vatican for the triennium 2019-2021.

She is one of the few women to conduct orchestras of international standing: from Japan to Belarus, from Portugal to Lebanon, from Canada to Argentina, from US to Armenia. She collaborated with world-renowned artists such as Bruno Canino, Stefan Milenkovich, Valentina Lisitsa, Carla Fracci, Andrea Bocelli and with world-renowned orchestras such as the Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice, the Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino and the New Japan Philharmonic. In 2021 she will debut with the Orquesta Filarmónica del Teatro Colón , the OSESP and Nagoya Philharmonic, at the Opéra-Théâtre de Metz Métropole and at Opera Holland Park.


She has already been honoured with several awards, thanks to her great artistic skills and to her commitment to promote the classical music culture among the younger generations. In 2017 she was awarded the historic and prestigious Scala d’Oro, Corriere della Sera included her in the list of the 100 women of the year 2016 and in that of the 50 women of the year 2017, and in 2018 Forbes Italia included her in the list of the 100 young leaders of the future under 30.


In April 2019 she published her first book “Allegro con Fuoco” , which explains why to fall in love with classical music; in November 2020 she also published “Le sorelle di Mozart”  dedicated to stories of great women - composers, musicians and much more - who were often forsaken by the history of music (both edited by UTET).


Since 2019 she’s a Warner Artist. Her first album “My Journey”, dedicated to the Italian opera composer Giacomo Puccini, was released worldwide by Warner Music in October 2019.


"Beatrice Venezi ha fornito un saggio della sua bravura, abbinando un gesto fluttuante ad una grande determinazione, ha fatto emergere lo spensierato clima creato da Mozart e i numerosi rimandi di Brahms a illustri predecessori, quali lo stesso Mozart, Mendelssohn e Beethoven, oltre ad alcuni tratti tipici che il musicista avrebbe sviluppato e perfezionato in seguito." 


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