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Oliviero De Fabritiis (1902 - 1982)

de Fabritiis studied composition and conducting at the Rome Conservatory with Setaccioli and Refice, making his conducting debut at the Teatro Nazionale in Rome. He built up a career as a conductor with many of the numerous opera houses in Italy, and enjoyed notable successes at the Teatro Adriano in Rome and at Salerno. Between 1932 and 1943 he was artistic secretary of the Rome Opera House and as such he was a frequent conductor there. In 1938, with performances of Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor featuring Toti dal Monte and Beniamino Gigli, he inaugurated the summer seasons of opera at the Caracalla Baths in Rome that continue to this day. After World War II he maintained his peripatetic career, predominantly as a conductor of opera. In addition to the familiar works of the traditional operatic repertoire, of which he was an expert interpreter, de Fabritiis conducted the first performances of operas by Pizzetti, Rossellini and Zafred.



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