Ezio Bosso

Ezio Bosso


Ezio Bosso (1971-2020) was an Italian conductor, composer, pianist, and double bassist. At the age of sixteen, he made his debut as a solo pianist and double bassist in Lyon, before completing his studies in composition and conducting at the music academy of Vienna (Wiener Hochschule).

Throughout his career, he collaborated as a composer, soloist, conductor, and member of chamber music ensembles with numerous prestigious musical institutions, including the Royal Festival Hall (London), Sydney Opera House, Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico City), Teatro Colón (Buenos Aires), Carnegie Hall (New York), Teatro Regio (Turin), Houston Symphony Orchestra, Perelada Festival, Teatro Carlo Felice (Genoa), LAC Lugano, Auditorium Parco Della Musica (Rome), Lietuvos Fhilarmonija, and St Martin in the Fields (London). He composed works commissioned by major opera houses such as the Wiener Staatsoper and Royal Opera House, for ballet companies like Sydney Dance Company, New York City Ballet, and San Francisco Ballet, for choreographers such as Christopher Wheeldon, Edwaard Liang, and Rafael Bonchela, as well as for theatre and film directors.

For his work, Bosso received awards including a Green Room Award – a significant Australian award in the performing arts – and the Syracuse New York Award.

Last update: 27-03-2024