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"a very special and sensitive musician" - Chistoph von Dohnányi

"Crudele drew a huge dynamic range from the players, from a whisper to a roar" - The Citizen

"This was virtuoso playing of the most refined sort" - Artslink

"Crudele is certainly one of the most significant conductors of his generation" - Gerhard Oppitz

"A wonderful concert experience" - Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung

"The strings conducted with keen warmth by Alessandro Crudele made Pergolesi's masterpiece vibrate with touching elegance" - La Repubblica

"Alessandro Crudele inspires a joyful freshness, with a sober and flowing gesture" - Corriere della Sera


Latest News

Alessandro conducts the inaugural concerts of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo's youth orchestra


01

Jul

Renowned for his engagement for young musicians and his passion for working with young orchestras, Alessandro Crudele has been invited to conduct the inaugural concerts of the new 'Jeune Orchestre International de Monte-Carlo'

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Alessandro closes the season 13/14 in Milan


12

May

Alessandro Crudele returns to Italy this month for the final time this season...

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Canadian debut


10

Feb

Alessandro Crudele conducts in Canada for the first time this month, making his debut with the Ontario Philharmonic Orchestra in Oshawa on 15 February...

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About Alessandro Crudele

Alessandro was born in Milan and currently lives in Berlin. He has a passion for literature, linguistics, cooking, meditation and dogs. He collects fine wines and modern paintings and loves all things related to travel accessories.

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