Awards & Winners

Gabriele Santini

Date of Birth 20-January-1886
Place of Birth Perugia
(Italy, Umbria, Province of Perugia)
Nationality Italy
Profession Opera conductor
Gabriele Santini was an Italian conductor, particularly associated with the Italian opera repertory. He studied in Perugia and Bologna, and made his debut in 1906, as assistant conductor to Gino Marinuzzi and Arturo Toscanini, appearing with them throughout Italy. He was particularly associated with La Scala in Milan, the San Carlo in Naples, and the Rome Opera, where he was artistic director from 1945 to 1962. He also made guest appearances at the Paris Opéra and the Royal Opera House in London. He conducted several creations of Italian contemporary works notably by composers such as Umberto Giordano and Franco Alfano, but was especially admired as a rock-solid maestro of the old school in the standard Italian repertory. Considered one of great Verdi conductors of his generation, he left notable recordings of Simon Boccanegra and Don Carlos, both with Tito Gobbi and Boris Christoff, as well as La traviata with Maria Callas.

Awards by Gabriele Santini

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Grammy Award for Best Opera Recording
Honored for : Madame Butterfly

Nominations 1961 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Grammy Award for Best Opera Recording Madame Butterfly