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Luigi Taglioni was born in Rome in 1964.

He received a degree in Literature from l’Università “La Sapienza” of Rome with a thesis in the History of Music on the Mass L’Homme armé by Guillaume Dufay.

He received a diploma in Pianoforte under the guidance of Maestro P. Biondi; he also studied Orchestral Conducting with Donato Renzetti at l’Accademia Musicale Pescarese, Viola da Gamba with Paolo Pandolfo, Singing, Composition and Choral Conducting.His interests and professional skills are aimed at certain principal perspectives:


A growing love for the musical repertoire of the XII – XVII centuries spurred him in 1990 to found and conduct the LiberaVox Ensemble (ex Camerata Nova), a vocal group made up of soloists which works primarily a cappella, dedicating itself to the study of the medieval and renaissance repertoire.

At the head of the ensemble, Luigi Taglioni has carried out intense concert activities performing in prestigious festivals (Cantiere Internazionale d’Arte di Montepulciano, Settimane Internazionali di Musica Medioevale e Rinascimentale di Erice, I Concerti del Quirinale di Radiotre live radio broadcast, the concert seasons of Nuova Consonanza, Musica VerticaleOratorio del Gonfalone) as well as collaborating with important institutions (Auditoruim Parco della Musica, Università degli Studi di Roma, L’Aquila e CassinoAccademia dei LinceiAccademia di Danimarca).

Luigi Taglioni supervised the first performance of Flash – II versione in 2000, in which Maestro Ennio Morricone wanted to rework especially for the roman ensemble tohgether with the Quartetto Bernini, and has realized shows with the participation of actors such as Arnoldo Foà and Fabio Traversa, some of which were broadcast by RAI alcuni dei quali trasmessi dalla RAI (Radio 3 and V canale della Filodiffusione).

In 2003, the group sang inside the sepulcral monument of Julius II by Michaelangelo Buonarroti, in the church of S. Pietro in Vincoli in Rome, on the occasion of its restoration.

Maestro Michelangelo Antonioni chose a palestrinian piece performed by the group as the sound track for his last short film L’occhio di Michelangelo.

Continuing with the ensemble he founded, Luigi Taglioni has made recordings for Rai-Radio3 and for the record labels Stradivarius, Vigiesse e Tactus:

- O. di Lasso: Villanelle alla napoletana (CD Stradivarius, 1994 );

- AA. VV.: I Fiamminghi in Italia ( CD Vigiesse, 1995);

- G.P. da Palestrina: Mottetti per la Beata Vergine (CD Stradivarius, 1996);

- AA. VV.: Il Codice di Bamberga ( CD Stradivarius, 1997);

- F. Landini: Ballate (CD Tactus, 2000).

Luigi Taglioni has established and conducted choral formations with diverse personnel and repertoires at both amateur and professional levels; he is frequently invited as a jury member in choral contests.

As an orchestral conductor, he has worked with Italian as well as foreign orchestras (among which are: Orchestra dell’Accademia Musicale Pescarese, Orchestra Sinfonica della Moldava, Orchestra da Camera dell’Esacordo di RomaRoma Sinfonietta, Nuova Orchestra Scarlatti di Napoli), performing in chamber and symphonic concerts.

On February 2017 as Invited Guest Conductor of the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, he was the Maestro of the Opera Choir for a production of the Lucia di Lammermoor (with tenor Ramon Vargas) and, in the same period of time, he also worked for the very same institution as Invited Guest Conductor of the Madrigal Choir for two concerts entirely dedicated to G. P. da Palestrina.


Luigi Taglioni is actively and passionately involved in musical education; he strives for the spread of musical knowledge at all levels, favoring educational methods that bring people close to music through direct and engaging experience: as for example, in addition to the choral field, courses and laboratories of Guide to listening caried out in various schools and associations.

Between 1990 and 2000 he was teacher of music and curricular subjects at different roman Institutes - mainly religious - of various orders and levels.

He held Music and Voice Courses at the Faculty of Science and Communication of the Pontificio Ateneo Salesiano of Rome.

He taught Technical Preparation and History for singers of ancient music at the Accademia Musicale Pescarese, where he was also a guest at conventions as a speaker on amcient music.

In international competitions (Concorso Internazionale di Composizione Orpheus, Spoleto 2006), he has been invited as a jury member, and has been asked to be a speaker in music conferences (Melò around the world, Ravello 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, Taormina 2012, Firenze 2013).


Between 1990 and 2002 he collaborated regularly with RAI gaining valuable professional experience in the capacity of programmer - director, host and writer of radio (Antologia Operistica, Scatola Sonora, Opera Festival, Mattino Tre, Radiotre Suite, Blu Bemolle, Fahrenheit); specializing in radio editing (La strana coppia) and directing live shows (La stanza della Musica, Invenzioni a due voci), and finally he worked in contemporary music (Tempi moderni), ably supervising not only organizationa management, but also artist relations.

He was owner of the Studio Mobile di Registrazione “I Musicanti” with which he made recordings for several different record labels as well as for RAI.

In 2001 he collaborated with l’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in the position of the assistant to the President Maestro Luciano Berio.


He was the head of the “Musica Contemporanea” section of RAI Commercial Direction, working in production, publishing, performance and distribution of music collected from our era.

Over the course of these years, the RAI Music Publishing of Contemporary Music developed and funded the collaboration with prestigious theaters and festivals as well as with new institutional spaces, Italian and international, for over 100 composers. Even today, the number of Entities that regularly host operatic compositions, symphonic and chamber published by Rai Trade is very solid. Among others, we can call to mind the Teatro alla Scala and Orchestra Filarmonica scaligera, Opéra di Parigi, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Biennale di Venezia, Shwetzinger Festspiele, Ravenna Festival, Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Teatro Massimo di Palermo, Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Teatro Regio di Torino, Teatro La Fenice, Ravello Festival, Teatro San Carlo di Napoli, Musica Insieme Bologna.


Luigi Taglioni has coordinated the production of CDs containing publishing catalogue works and the production of videos aimed at the promotion of certain composers.

He has honed a solid expertise in the search for composers, piece selection and the production of recordings to include in the library of original background music for radio and television programming. Relationships with the most important composers and knowledge of Italian services for the recording of soundtracks for television, film, documentaries and theatrical shows, form an effective reference for soundtrack production as well as for the starting up and management musical publication.

In 2015 he founded the Publishing House, MEP, Music Ensemble Publishing, in which he is involved in the promotion and distribution, on an international level, of Contemporary Music, paying particular attention to the productions of young emerging talent, and the organization of musical events of cultural importance.

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