Gilberto Serembe Resume

      Italian Conductor, teacher, educator and talent-scout, born in Milano, Italy on the 17th December 1955.
Trained at the prestigious school of the last great Italian Teachers: Franco Ferrara, with whom he studied at the Academy Chigiana in Siena and Mario Gusella (school of Hermann Scherchen) with whom he studied at the Conservatory “G. Verdi” in Milan. Here, as a young student, he graduated in Composition with Bruno Bettinelli, teacher of prestigious conductors and soloists such as Claudio and Roberto Abbado, Muti, Chailly, Pollini, Ughi and Canino. The meeting with Carlo Maria Giulini in 1974, with whom he maintained a constant relationship for several years, was ethically significant and it had a decisive influence in his choices and his career.
Gilberto Serembe has conducted the main Italian chamber, symphonic and opera orchestras and renowned orchestras in Belgium, Netherland, Sweden, Finland, Hungary.
He is Teacher at the "Italian Conducting Academy" of Milano and Full Professor of Conducting and Conductor of the orchestra of the Conservatorio of Brescia. From 1988 to 2010 he was Professor of Conducting at the International Superior Courses of the Accademia Musicale Pescarese and from 2010 to 2012 at the Accademia Italiana per la Direzione d'Orchestra in Faenza of which he was the Principal Teacher and Inspirer. He has also held Masterclasses in Valencia, Spain.
Many Italian and foreign conductors coming from his school have reached international careers: Alvaro Albiach, Matteo Beltrami, Roberto Fores Veses, Riccardo Frizza, Gianmaria Griglio, Octavio Mas Arocas, Fabio Mastrangelo, Matteo Pagliari, Paolo Paroni, Daniele Rustioni, Leonardo Vordoni, some of whom are his personal discoveries.
Gilberto Serembe is married to the composer Elisabetta Brusa.

Updated:  October 24, 2012

Back to Profile