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

"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

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

"A wonderful concert experience" - Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung

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

"It was a truly astonishing interpretation - and yet without any trace of showmanship." - Thüringer Allgemeine

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

"Alessandro Crudele conjured up a beautiful Mozart with historic reminiscences." - Thüringer Allgemeine

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Alessandro is back to work with young musicians



This month, Alessandro Crudele comes back on the podium for a double appointment with the Orchesterzentrum|NRW, a joint institution of the four state colleges of music in North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany) and the first inter-college training center in Europe for future orchestral musicians. He will conduct Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, the world’s most famous musical fairy tale.  


Discographic debut with the London Philharmonic Orchestra



From October 3rd to 5th, Alessandro Crudele will conduct the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Henry Wood Hall for his discographic debut. He will record three representative pieces by Ottorino Respighi: from his famous masterpiece Pines of Rome to the lesser-known Suite from the Ballet Belkis, Queen of Sheba, passing through the Brazilian Impressions.


Magnus Lindberg's Italian premiere



On September 24th, Alessandro Crudele returns to the podium of the prestigious Teatro Dal Verme in Milan during the most important Italian festival, MITO SettembreMusica. The programme, entitled “Conversing with Beethoven”, will see Beethoven’s Coriolano Overture, along with his Symphony No. 2. 


Next Concert

Monday 17 January 2022



Jan 2022


Stadthalle Reutlingen (DE)

Württembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen


ANTHEIL: Spectre of The Rose Waltz
MILHAUD: La création du monde op. 81 a (w/ Asya Fateyeva)
IBERT: Concertino da camera for Saxofon and Orchestra (w/ Asya Fateyeva)
MUSSORGSKY: Pictures at an Exhibition (orch. Ravel)


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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.

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