Lucca-born Beatrice Venezi graduated in Piano in 2010 at the Conservatory of Siena and attended masterclasses of Pianistic Interpretation under M° Swann, M° Libetta, M° Balzani, M° De Maria and M° Lucchesini. She was prizewinner of the 1st Prize in Concorso Nazionale di Interpretazione Pianistica "R. Zucchi" in 2005 and prizewinner in the 4th Concorso Nazionale per Giovani Musicisti "L. Zanuccoli" in 2006. She studied Composition under M° Gaetano Giani Luporini. 

She graduated in Orchestra Conducting under M°Vittorio Parisi at the Conservatory "Giuseppe Verdi" in Milan in 2015 achieving the score of 110/110 cum laude. She went further in her studies under M°Piero Bellugi in Florence, M° Gianluigi Gelmetti at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena and M°John Axelrod, of whom she’s been assistant in 2015 for the production “Candide” by Leonard Bernstein at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. 

Beatrice started her career as a répétiteur and vocal coach. She made her symphonic début in 2012. She has led the Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano, the Nuova Orchestra Scarlatti, the Orchestra della Magna Grecia, the Dèdalo Ensemble, the Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, the Orchestra Filarmonica di Lucca, the Orchestra Filarmonica Campana, the Orchestra Sinfonica Alma, the Orchestra Filarmonica di Benevento, the Orchestra Foundation Bulgaria Classic, the Orchestra and Choir of the Theatre Bolshoij of Minsk, the State Youth Orchestra of Armenia.

She collaborated with important festivals such as the New European Festival in Stuttgart, the Festival di Bellagio e del Lago di Como, the Festival Pontino, the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. In July 2016 she made her debut at the Festival Puccini Torre del Lago with “Turandot” by Ferruccio Busoni.  

She has a keen interest into contemporary music and is therefore author of the essay "Gaetano Giani Luporini: La Necessità interiore dell' Arte" ("Gaetano Giani Luporini: The inner Necessity of Art") published on Rivista Codice 602 in 2009 and author of chapters of the book "Fare musica oggi: difficoltà e gioie" ("Making music nowadays: troubles and joys") by the musicologist Renzo Cresti, published by Marco Del Bucchia Editore in 2010.

Also as a performer, she specialized into contemporary music and performed several premières of Italian Composers, both as a pianist and as a conductor.  As a composer she's author of the soundtrack of the short movie - documentary "L' Arte del Campanellaro" by Daniele Michelini and of a cycle of "Haikus" for voices with texts written by Japanese Masters and by herself. In 2015 Beatrice was awarded the prestigious prize "Premio Donna 8 Marzo - La Musica per la Vita" by ASSAMI - Amici del Conservatorio di Milano. In 2016 she receivedthe prize "Premio Michelangelo Cupisti" for young artists by Fondazione Festival Pucciniano and Associazione Culturale Michelangelo Cupisti. For two years she was the Chief Guest Conductor of the Puccini Festival.

In 2018 she made her Japanese debut in Tokyo and was immediately invited to return to the New Japan Philharmonic in July of this year. Further highlights of 2019 include a return to the Sofia Philharmonic, her Canadian debut with the Toronto Concert Orchestra and second visit to the Milano Classica Orchestra. Such was the success of this, that she has been appointed as the Orchestra's Music Director. Next month she conducts the Orchestra Filarmonica di Benevento and the Orchestra della Toscana, then in December 'Carmen' in a new production at the Teatro Pergolesi in Jesi.

Since 2015 Beatrice has been an ambassador of the Audi Innovative Thinking program developed by Audi.

August 2019



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