Born in Rome in 1984, Sesto Quatrini is one of the most talented conductor of his generation and has an extensive and impressive range of experience for such a young composer and conductor. He has already set himself apart with his compositions, commitment to furthering classical and contemporary music and the breadth of his talent. In the season 2015/16 he was cover conductor in Puccini’s Manon Lescaut and in Donizetti’s Roberto Devereux at the NYC Metropolitan Opera House, where he worked with a worldclass cast (Roberto Alagna, Elina Garanca, Kristine Opolais, Matthew Polenzani, Sondra Radvanovsky). His Italian opera debut at the Festival della Valle d'Itria, Martina Franca with Verdi's Un Giorno di Regno was a stunning success. His performance was highly acclaimed by both the audience and the critic, who praised his "imperious and dominating figure, which produced an outstanding, really beautiful and memorable performance". He has recently conducted Kristine Opolais in an Italian opera Gala with the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra and with the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra at the Baltic Music Season, the production of I Capuleti e I Montecchi by Bellini, which marked his debut at the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet. Furthermore he performed Campogrande’s music at the MAXXI Rome (Museum of 21st century’s Modern Art of Rome). Sesto Quatrini had a highly acclaimed debut at the Teatro Regio of Torino in a symphonic production conducting music by Gershwin and Bernstein. and Donizetti’s Elisir d’amore in Paris. In the summer 2015 and 2016 he was assistant and cover conductor for Maestro Luisi at the 41st and 42nd Festival della Valle d'Itria respectively in the Mayr’s opera Medea in Corinto, in Mozart’s Così fan tutte and in Mercadante’s Francesca da Rimini. Furthermore Mr. Quatrini conducted a new production of Rossini’s La Cambiale di Matrimonio with Bare Opera in NYC, four concerts in the Baltic Tour of Kristine Opolais and a gala concert at the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow. In October 2015 he debuted in Verdi’s Rigoletto at Théâtre de la Port Saint-Martin in Paris and in November at the the Granados’ Spanish opera Goyescas in NYC. In September 2014, he debuted with La Traviata at the Theatre de l'Athenée in Paris; in April 2015 he conducted La Traviata in a new production of the Teatro Vespasiano of Rieti and in May 2015 he debuted the Ravel’s opera L'Enfant et les Sortileges and the Debussy’s cantata L'Enfant Prodigue in New York City with Bare Opera, which appointed him as its new Principal Conductor. He was awarded, in 2013, of the “ICWC- International Conducting Workshop and Competition” in Georgia (U.S.A.), the 3rd prize in the “Solon Michaelides" International Competition for Young Conductors in Nicosia (Cyprus) - debuting with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra where he returned invited by the orchestra for a tour to the island during the season 2014/15 and was also awarded the Petrolini Prize, recognizing his achievements in the arts. Maestro Quatrini is acting as Principal Guest Conductor of the Orchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese, as Musical Director of the lyric company and orchestra Les Voix Concertantes de Paris, as Bare Opera’s Principal Conductor. As a composer, several of his works have achieved impressive recognition and exposure in the classical community: the Concerto per violino e orchestra (Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome), his pocket-opera Il Filosofo (Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome), Ludus in nomine Johannis Sebastiani (Piccola Orchestra ‘900), Trio (Auditorium Goethe Institut of Rome), Tristes erant apostoli... (I Solisti Aquilani), Sinfonietta op.21 (Orchestra “Città Aperta”), Controcanto (featured on the official CD along with chamber music of Elliott Carter), Sonata per pianoforte a 4 mani (Cantiere musica), Three music suggestions (Verona, Trento, Riva del Garda, Brescia), and Miniature Concertanti (Auditorium E. Morricone, Rome).