Aram Khacheh

Born in 1997, he studied cello and composition at the Conservatory of Florence. He began his conducting studies with Luciano Garosi, which he continued in London with Peter Fender and later with Daniele Agiman. Invited by Stefan David Hummel (Universität Mozarteum), he has conducted in Austria and Germany to excellent critical acclaim. In 2018 he was entrusted to conduct the Sichuan Philharmonic Orchestra on its Italian tour; he also collaborated with the Milano Chamber Orchestra. He has numerous productions to his credit with the Orchestra I Musici di Parma and with soloists such as Gennaro Cardaropoli, Gabriele Bellu, Behrang Rassekhi, Davide Alogna, Giovanni Gnocchi, Massimiliano Motterle, Costantino Catena, Alessandro Milani, Luca Ranieri, Giulio Tampalini, Danilo Rossi, Giovanni Sollima, Andrea Lucchesini, and Klaidi Sahatci. In January 2020 he made his conducting debut with the Italian Opera Philharmonic “Bruno Bartoletti.” As one of the founders of the Bazzini Consort, of which he is currently Artistic and Musical Director, he has conducted numerous symphonic and chamber concerts with it, with wide critical and public acclaim, realizing, in addition, three record productions. After numerous collaborations as director with the Fondazione Teatro Grande di Brescia in the years 2018 and 2019, he is entrusted, in the summer of 2020, with the direction of the opening and closing titles of the summer festival of the same theater: respectively, reductions from “La Traviata” and “Il Barbiere di Siviglia,” as well as numerous opera-symphony concerts. Also for the Fondazione Teatro Grande di Brescia, he made his debut in July 2021 with two opera titles, “La Cambiale di Matrimonio” and “La Serva Padrona,” both of which were received with keen interest. In March 2022, he replaced (due to indisposition) Aldo Sisillo in the Opera Recital on the Billboard at the Teatro Grande in Brescia, accompanying voices of the caliber of Giorgia Serracchiani, Annalisa Stroppa and Luciano Ganci, with wide critical and public acclaim. He directed, in June 2022, the Grand Finale at the Brescia Opera Festival Temple, in which artists such as Martina Gresia, Veronica Simeoni, and Iván Ayon-Rivas sang. In July 2022, he made his debut in the “Varese Estense Festival Menotti,” “Nervi Music Ballet Festival,” and “I Pomeriggi alle Stelline” festivals conducting the Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano. He conducted the premiere performance of Simone Campanini’s “Cantico dei Cantici” in Brescia, Parma and Bologna, and also in 2022, at the invitation of Filippo Michelangeli, he opened the first edition of the “Brescia Suona” festival. Runner-up in the 2018 and 2019 National Arts Prize and the Mariani Prize I ed. 2021, in 2022 he was among the 8 semifinalists of the prestigious Cantelli Prize and received third prize in the “Kussewitzky Competition.” He studied with Gilberto Serembe and graduated in conducting with highest honors with Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli at the Conservatory of Brescia, performing Igor Stravinsky’s “Suite da Pulcinella,” and then with a master’s degree in March 2022 at the Conservatorio G.Verdi in Milan (also with top honors), in the class of Daniele Agiman, thanks to whom he had the opportunity to perfect himself in the Italian opera repertoire. In the summer of 2020 he attended the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, as a Full Student in Daniele Gatti’s Conducting course, conducting at the final concert “Apollon Musagète” by Igor Stravinsky with the Orchestra Giovanile Italiana. In 2021 he conceived the “Cartellone Sospeso” (, a project joined by more than twenty soloists, singers and conductors of international caliber.