Stefano Miceli is a world reknown conductor and pianist based in New York. He has successfully played and conducted at Carnegie Hall, Berliner Philharmonie, Sydney Opera House, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Forbidden City Concert, Hall Beijing, Arts Center Melbourne, Donizetti Opera House, Bellini Opera House, Bangkok, Rome and Milan theatres, as well as the Ravello Festival.
In his 25 years in perfroming and teaching Mr. Miceli has been Dean Professor at the International Summer Piano Camp of Italy, Malta Music Campus of Fine Arts Academy, Visiting and Distingueshed Piano Professor at the Boston University CFA, Harvard CNYC, Bangkok University, Hanoi National Academy of Music, Conservatory of Music in Ho Chi Minh, Melbourne Conservatory of Music, Steinway Academy Verona, University of New Mexico, "J.S. Bach" School of Music in Leipzg, Germany and in many other prestigeous musical institutions.
Mr. Miceli has been regularly invited as jury member / president at international competitions in USA, Asian countries and in Europe.
He performed with La Fenice Orchestra of Venice, Chember Orchestra of La Scala, Leipzig Philharmonic, Bangkok Symphony Orchestra, Australian Symphony, Orchestra Victoria, Beijing Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, El Sistema Orchestras in Venezuela and many others.
Mr. Miceli is currently Artistic Director at the Gran Gala Bergamo at the Donizetti Opera House and Artist in Residence, Music Coordinator and Master Teacher at La Scuola d'Italia in New York City.
Mr. Miceli was given a Silver Medal by the President of the Republic of Italy - Rome, Dec. 2008.
Mr. Miceli is a Steinway Artist since 2011 and he lives with his wife Francesca and his little dog Musetta.
The orchestra under the dynamic baton of Stefano Miceli played magnificently with a warm, sparkling tone.
"Truly exceptional pianist".
The Times Picayune