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Bruno Bartoletti net worth & biography:Bruno Bartoletti (Sesto Fiorentino, 10 June 1926 – Florence, 9 June 2013) was an Italian operatic conductor. His active international career lasted from 1953 to 2007, where he specialized in the Italian repertory and contemporary works. He was particularly noted for his 51-year association with Lyric Opera of Chicago, as co-artistic director, artistic director, principal conductor, and artistic director emeritus. He also served as Artistic Director of both the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma (1965–1973) and the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino (1985–1991), and as principal conductor of the Danish Royal Opera (1957–1960), in addition to frequent work as a guest conductor at various major opera houses. Wikipedia
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|1||He expanded the Lyric Opera's repertoire to include a range of modern works, helping the Midwestern company establish an international reputation for its musical daring.|
|2||In 1956, the fledgling Lyric Opera of Chicago needed a conductor to replace the ailing Tullio Serafin in several performances. Tito Gobbi, the acclaimed Italian baritone, recommended the young Mr. Bartoletti, who was overseas. He flew across the Atlantic to make a hastily-planned U.S. debut, conducting Verdi's "Il Trovatore". It would be the first of nearly 600 performances of 55 operas with the Lyric Opera over the next five decades.|
|3||He studied the flute and piano before pursuing conducting as his career.|
|1||[remarking on jet-set conductors, in an interview with the Chicago Tribune] I cannot make music like my colleagues do, rushing from this theater to that theater all over the world, conducting a different opera every week. To present opera beautifully takes time. And love.|
|2||Opera is sometimes messy. That's because opera is life.|
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