The conductor Tito Ceccherini was born in 1973 in Milan and studied there at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatoire with Prof. Giovanni Carmassi (Piano) and Vittorio Parisi (Conducting). Further studies followed in Germany, Russia and Austria.
Tito Ceccherini is well known for his interpretations of contemporary music. He has worked intensively with composers such as Salvatore Sciarrino, Alessandro Solbiati and Stefano Gervasoni. Among his many premieres may be included the posthumous performance of Niccolò Castiglioni’s Sette and the opera Da gelo a gelo by Salvatore Sciarrino at the Schwetzingen Festival, the Opéra National de Paris and the Grand Théâtre de Genève.
He has conducted renowned orchestras such as the SWR Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai (Turin) and famous ensembles like the Klangforum Wien, Contrechamps, OENM, and Ensemble Divertimento. His CD recordings have received accolades from the public and critics alike, and have been honoured with a “Choc” by the consumer magazine Le Monde de la Musique as well as a “Diapason d’Or”.