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Pianista, Compositore e Direttore d’Orchestra

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Pianist, Composer and Orchestra Conductor. Nicolas Giusti mette a disposizione di ARTS OF GOSPEL il suo riconosciuto talento per la diffusione della musica nel mondo giovanile e non, tramite concerti, eventi, manifestazioni culturali

He studied with Gianandrea Gavazzeni, Mario Gusella e Peter Maag (Conductor of Orchestra); Aldo Clementi e Franco Donatoni (Composer); Antonio Tonini (Lyrical Theater – Assistant of Master Arturo Toscanini of the Teatro alla Scala di Milano), with whom he has collaborated for six years.
Winner of numerous contests. He has worked by the side of June Anderson, Monica Bacelli, Rockwell Blake, Cecilia Bartoli, Stefania Bonfadelli, Franco Bonisolli, Luca Canonici, Fiorenza Cossotto, Enzo Dara, Ildebrando D’Arcangelo, Mariella Devia, Placido Domingo, Ignacio Encinas, Alida Ferrarini, Alberto Gazale, Marcello Lippi, Piero Mazzocchetti, Leo Nucci, Francesca Patanè, Katya Ricciarelli, Stefano R. Miliani, Martina Serafin, Luciana Serra and with other great names such as: Roberto De Simone, Armin Jordan, GianCarlo Menotti, Luigi Squarzinaand many others.
He holds MasterClasses in all of Europe. Professor in many Academies of lyrical improvement along side of the music critic, Sergio Segalini and of the family of the great tenor Mario del Monaco (Accademia di Cagli – Fondazione Mario del Monaco, of the which he has been the musical director), and the Health & Safety Talent School together with tenor Piero  azzocchetti. Many famous international vocal artists have studied operatic repertoire with him (Giovanna Donadini, Jano Tamar, Martina Serafin, Vittorio Vitelli, Martine Dupuy, Ursula Ferri, Emidio Guidotti, Marilyne Fallot, Piero Guarnera, Eldar Alyev etc.) He collaborated with the musicologist Enrico Stinchelli for RAI RadioTelevisioneItaliana in Rome for the program: “La Barcaccia”, where he recorded various transmissions by the side of famous vocal artists such as: Franco Bonisolli, Renato Bruson, Gianfranco Cecchele, Maria Dragoni, Bruna Baglioni. Various official networks have dedicated ample airtime to his compositions: RAI, BBC, RTSI of Switzerland, channel one of Turkish Television, TBE of Spain, and others including Portuguese, French, and German television.

Professor of the Ministero dell’Università e della Ricerca (Istituto di Alta Cultura) di Pescara for more than 20 years. Additionally, he is also responsible for the Academic Opera Department at the Health and Safety Talent School in Pescara, Italy. During his career, he has also taught various master courses throughout all of Europe.

Among the orchestras directed we remember: the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Moldova, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Prague, the Theatrical Orchestra of Izmir, the AMIT Orchestra of Roma, the International Orchestra of Italy, the National Orchestra of Portugal, the Symphonic Orchestra of Plovdiv Theater, the Orchestra of Sofia Theater, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Giuseppe Tartini, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Marrucino Theater, the Choir and Orchestra of Luis Mariano (San Sebastian, Spain), the Chamber Orchestra of Toronto, etc.

He was invited by his great journalist friend Gregorio Zappi of RAI, to be the Conductor of the Rome Symphonic Orchestra, at the Jubilee of Political World Leaders at the Concert Hall at Magna University “La Sapienza” of Rome, transmitted by TV RAIUNO.


He has collaborated in the cinematographic production of Franco Zeffirelli “Callas Forever” (with protagonist Fanny Ardant “Callas”) as vocal specialist as well as the pianist of the film. As an Orchestra Conductor, he has had great success with many operatic productions such as: Die Zauberflöte of Mozart, Colosseum of Oporto (Portugal, 2005), Gianni Schicchi (Orbetello Festival with protagonist Giuseppe Taddei), Tosca (with Silvano Carroli, transmitted on RAI radio3), The Bohème at the State Theater of Izmir (Turkey), the first production of the century in that country.

In December 2005, in the Ventidio Basso Theater of Ascoli Piceno his lyrical opera was presented for the first time ever. It was a musical comedy: The Importance of being Earnest, based off of the novel by Oscar Wilde and book by author Paola Bidinelli.

Since 2005 he has directed the master course of Belcanto, along with artistic director Sergio  Fontana, at the Festival of Avenches (Switzerland).Recently, he has performed in intense operatic tournaments in Germany, France, Belgium, Spain, Canada, and Turkey with various organizations in the which he directed. He directed operas including Nabucco, Aida, Tosca, Carmen, Nozze di Figaro, Madame Butterfly, Bohème, Carmina Burana, Sonnambula and many other Lyrical-Symphonic Concerts.