Dante Milozzi
Biography

Dante Milozzi began to study the flute under Maestro Fiorenzo Di Tommaso at what was once, the Fermo High School of Music presided by Professor Annio Giostra.  He obtained his diploma in Rome in 1978 with the highest marks under the guidance of Maestro Angelo Persichilli. He then continued to refine his flute-playing under Conrad Klemm, Gustav Scheck and Peter Lukas Graf as well as studying chamber music with Riccardo Brengola and Dino Asciolla and orchestral conducting with Lu Ja and Alun Francis. He was a professor of flute in various Italian Conservatories of Music and has held many master classes in Italy and abroad.  He recorded for the Bongiovanni record label in Bologna and has made numerous recordings for the RAI (Italian National Radio/Television). 

 

Since 1986 he is the principal flute of the RAI National Symphony Orchestra. 

 

Throughout the years, he has often collaborated with the most prestigious Italian orchestras including the “Scala” for more than 2 years, from 1997 until 1999 and with some of the most famous conductors such as Bernstein, Giulini, Pretre, Muti, Mazeel, Temirkanov, De Burgos, etc. 

 

Dante Milozzi has founded and directed various festivals and competitions such as the Giordaniello Festival in Fermo, the Cupra Musica Festival and the International Oboe Competition Giuseppe Tomassini in Petritoli.  He is the Artistic Director of the concert series Concerti delle Grazie a Monte San Martino and this year, also for Sarnano Classica.  He teaches flute at the Accademia di Musica in Pinerolo.

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