Marco Zuccarini is an affirmed Italian
Conductor. As a Conductor Marco has enjoyed working with international
celebrities. He has focused on conducting since 1989 and is recognized
worldwide as a leading Conductor.
Marco Zuccarini's curriculum
Marco Zuccarini's discography
Marco Zuccarini's collaborations
What press says about him
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“Viva Italia and ASO”.

Marco Zuccarini conducted an outstandingly conceived and executed guided tour of his homeland’s music for the ASO. Being a local, he knew all the best spots to visit so that intererest and excitement accumulated throughout, culminating in a thrilling finale. At each stop, the orchestra was infused with his passion to show his selections in the best light...In Rossini’s “La Gazza Ladra” his discipline was incontrovertible from the first rolls of the snare drums and the upbeat string trills. Crisp repeated wind chords opened Mendelssohn’s4th Symphony with such verve ....( In Respighi’s “Pines of Rome”) the conductor loosed his reins, launching himself and the orchestra into a torrent of gorgeous sound. The exuberance of the playing overshadowed the lack of any great substance in the music itself. My applause for Signor Zuccarini and the ASO.

Elisabeth Silsbury
The Advertiser, Adelaide, 20th September 1999

...the four movements of “My Country Childhood”..sensitively conducted by Marco Zuccarini...Tchaikowsky’s 5th Symphony is somewhat uneven , as the composer recognised, but the only way to play it is to bring a consistent level of convinction to the whole work, as if everything were equally inspired. Zuccarini’s committed performance certainly did this...the condutor is a first-class artist...


Tristram Cary
The Australian, 1st October 1999

Every once a while, the myriad factors that constitute music performance fall so feliciously into place that the result is magical...Employing body language of the most extrovert and energetic sort, Marco Zuccarini secured from the W.A.S.O. an alert and committed reading of Prokofieff’s Classical Symphony, bringing astonishing clarity to inner instrumental lines that in lesser performances can sound like so much sonic sludge.....(in Mozart’s Piano Concerto K.467) from the podium Zuccarini was as persuasive as in the symphony, working wonders in coaxing from the WASO stylish and meaningful accompaniment..

Neville Cohn
The West Australian, 4th October 1999