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OLEG
CAETANI
Biog Picture
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CX 7863
Gounod
Symphonies 1-3
CHAN 10574
Tansman
Orchestral Works, Volume 4 - Chamber Symphonies
NX 0874
PIZZETTI, I.
Canti della Stagione Alta / Fedra
Preludio / Cabiria
Sinfonia del fuoco (Robert Schumann Philharmonie, Caetani)
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BIOGRAPHY

Discovered by Nadia Boulanger, with whom he studied for several years, Oleg Caetani attended conducting classes with Franco Ferrara and composition classes with Irma Ravinale at the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia in Rome. After studying conducting with Kirill Kondrashin at the Moscow Conservatory he went to St Petersburg where he graduated under Ilya Musin, later winning the RAI Turin and Karajan competitions. He has developed a particularly close relationship with the Giuseppe Verdi Orchestra in Milan and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

In 2001 he made his Australian debut with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, taking up the post as the Orchestra’s Chief Conductor and Artistic Director in January 2005. In 2001 he also made his debut at Teatro alla Scala, Milan with Turandot and opened the season of the Theatre of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino with Don Pasquale. In 2005 he returned to La Scala to conduct Otello. Recently, besides many orchestral concerts, he has conducted, among others, Der fliegende Holländer in Rome, La fanciulla del west in Seattle and Melbourne, L’amore dei tre re by Montemezzi in Turin, Œdipe by Enescu at the George Enescu Festival, and Salome at the Tenerife Opera.
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AB 47600
Gustav Mahler
Symphonie No. 2 in c minor "Resurrection"
AB 47667
Shostakovich
Symphony No. 7 in C Major op. 60 "Leningrad"
AB 47668
Shostakovich
Symphonies Nos. 5 & 6
AB 47675
Shostakovich
Symphonies Nos. 9 & 10
AB 47676
Shostakovich
Symphony No. 11 in G Minor op. 103 - "The Year 1905" (1957)
AB 47703
Shostakovich
Symphony No. 4 including fragments of the unpublished movement
AB 47704
Shostakovich
Symphony No. 8 in C Minor Op. 65
AB 47705
Shostakovich
Symphonies Nos. 2 "The Year 1917" & 12 "To October"