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Giuseppe Sinopoli (1946 - 2001)

Giuseppe Sinopoli began his musical studies as an organist at the Messina Conservatory. However between 1965 and 1967 he simultaneously studied music in Venice, and medicine and psychiatry in Padua; and it was only after graduating with a degree in medicine and surgery in 1972, having completed dissertations (as a psychiatrist) on the connection between acoustics and the mind, and (as a doctor) on criminal anthropology, that he chose instead to pursue a career as a musician. Clearly a man of unusually wide abilities and interests, in his later years Sinopoli also became deeply fascinated by cultural archaeology and collected classical antiquities.



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