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Born in Modena in 1970, he got his Composition Diploma at Modena Conservatory in 1997 and his Conducting Diploma in Bologna Conservatory in 1999.
Teachers: Giancarlo Andretta, Cristina Landuzzi, Maurizio Ferrari, Paolo Arrivabeni, G. Indulti, G. Petrassi, A. Solbiati, A. Guarneri, F. Donatoni, E. Morricone, C. F.
Since 2013 Maestro Seghedoni teaches in the conservatories of Reggio Emilia and Modena.

As a conductor he performed in many theatres in Italy and abroad: Carnegie Hall (New York), SEOUL (Concert Hall of “Seoul Arts Center”, and Opera House), Moscow (Tchaikovsky Concert Hall), Novosibirsk (Opera House), Krasnojarsk (Philharmonic Concert Hall), Varna [Bulgaria] (Opera House), Amsterdam (De la Mar Theatre), Leuven (Opera House), Rotterdam (Opera House), Brest [Belarus]  (Music and Drama Theatre), Kharkov [Ukraine]  (Philharmonic Hall), Novi Sad [Serbia and Montenegro]  (Serbian National Theatre), Marseille [France] (National Theatre), Dublin [Ireland] (The O2), Belfast [North Ireland] (Odyssey Arena), Muenchen (Innenhof der Residenz), Fuessen (Festspielhaus), Duedingen [CH] (Podium Theatre), Landshut (Innenhof der Residenz), Modena (Teatro Comunale di Modena “Luciano Pavarotti”), Festival delle Nazioni di Città di Castello, , Ferrara (Teatro Nuovo), Milano (Teatro Carcano) , Orvieto (Teatro Mancinelli), Parma (Auditorium Paganini), Firenze (Palazzo Pitti), Bologna (Teatro Manzoni), Bozen ( Auditorium Monteverdi), Brixen (Forum), San Marino Republic (Teatro Titano), Torino (Teatro “Piccolo Regio”).

He conducted the following orchestras: Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Mostly Philharmonic Orchestra (Seoul), Prime Philharmonic Orchestra (Seoul), Brest Regional Philharmonic Orchestra (Belarus), Vojvodina Symphonic Orchestra (Serbia), Orchestra and Chorus of Serbian National Theater (Novi Sad), Orchestra of Kharkov Opera Theater (Ukraine), Kharkov Philharmonic Orchestra (Ukraine), Orchestra da Camera del Teatro Comunale di Modena, Orchestra Sinfonica dell’ Emilia Romagna “Arturo Toscanini”, Orchestra Sinfonica “G. Rossini” di Pesaro, Orchestra Sinfonica Regionale della Valle d’Aosta, I Solisti di Perugia, I Musici di Parma, Nice Philharmonic Orchestra (Principauté de Monaco), collaborating with the following soloists: Gianpiero Sobrino, Bruna Baglioni, Luciana Serra, Katia Ricciarelli, Leo Nucci, Chiara Taigi, Carko Guelfi, Boyko Zvetanov, Raina Kabaivanska and m.a…

In 2007 Maestro Seghedoni conducted a new production of “La traviata” during the Accademia Opera Festival in Cagli (PU), leading the “Orchestra Sinfonica di Pesaro”. In july 2007 he was invited by “Arturo Toscanini  Orchestra”, to conduct G. Rossini’s “Petite Messe Solennelle” (orchestral version) during Bologna in Musica festival 2007.

In the same year, he made his debut at the “Festival dei Presidi di Orbetello” in Tuscany, conducting Rigoletto, Traviata and Il Trovatore by G. Verdi.

In 2003 Maestro Seghedoni made his debut during the 2003-04 opera season of Modena Town Hall Theatre “Luciano Pavarotti”, conducting the world premiere of “La Famosa invasione degli orsi in Sicilia” by Marco Biscarini; thereafter he performed Verdi’s “Nabucco” and Britten’s “The little sweep”.
In 2005 he was invited by “Festival delle Nazioni” (Perugia), to conduct the Italian premiere of Szymanowski’s “La Mandragora” in a new production by Michael Zaniecki.

In 2009 he conducted Aida in Ireland and Great Britain and in 2010 he was invited by Seoul Gloria Opera Company to conduct at Seoul Opera House a new production of Rigoletto. After that, he was asked to conduct a new production of Vincenzo Bellini’s “I Puritani”.

In October 2011 he conducted the “Europa Musica Symphonic Orchestra” and “Coro Lirico Italiano” during a Russian tour in Krasnojarsk, Novosibirsk (Opera House) and Moscow (Tchaikovsky Concert Hall). In 2012 he conducted a new production of Rossini’s Il “Barbiere di Siviglia in Benelux” and after that, he conducted a new production of the same opera at the Seoul Opera House.

In January 2013 Maestro Seghedoni conducted Pergolesi’s “La Morte di San Giuseppe” with the “Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra” of Budapest, at the concert hall of the Italian Institute of culture and, in the same month, he performed Beethoven’s 9th Symphony at Seoul Concert Hall.

Since April 2013 Maestro Seghedoni was invited regularly by Varna Opera House (Bulgaria) and was appointed as “Permanent Guest Conductor” by Varna Opera House.

In Varna, he conducted operas such as Rossini’s Barbiere di Siviglia, Verdi’s Rigoletto, Don Carlos, Otello, Macbeth, Falstaff and Puccini’s La bohéme, and symphonic concerts.

In 2015 he leads Masterclasses for conductors and accompanists in the USA (Duluth and New York) and in Bulgaria (Varna) and conducted inside of “Duomo di Milano” performance of a “semi-staged” version of U. Giordano’s Mese Mariano and Perosi’s La Resurrezione di Cristo.

In 2016 he made his debut at Meininger Theater with Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia.

In 2017 Maestro Seghedoni conducted a new production of Puccini’s “Gianni Schicchi” at Teatro Pavarotti in Modena with Stefano Monti as a stage director.

In March 2018 Maestro Seghedoni conducted for the first time in New York at the Carnegie Hall, a program of music by Wagner, C. M. von Weber and Glück.

As a Composer, he got acknowledgments in important festivals and competitions. He has composed operas: “La corista” (1990 – Marseille National Theater), Una Storia da raccontare (2001 – Teatro Sperimentale, Ancona), Alice (2005 – Teatro Piccolo Regio, Torino).
In 2005 he was asked to compose a “Gloria” for baritone, Choir, and Orchestra to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Valle d’Aosta region.

The Serbian string quartet TAJJ requested him a piece to be performed in their 2006 Italian tournèe. This piece was released in Autumn 2006 on the live CD recorded by TAJJ during the tour.

In 2010 opera “Gelsomino nel paese dei bugiardi”, won the first prize at “Fedora competition” based in Verbania (Italy) and was performed by Marco Boni conducting the “Orchestra del Teatro Regio di Parma”.

Recently he has been invited to write new arrangements for an entire show about the life and music of Edith Piaff, to be performed at end of April in Teatro Giacosa in Aosta. In December 2014 Maestro Seghedoni conducted at Teatro Comunale Pavarotti in Modena his new work “The gardener”.

Maestro Seghedoni collaborated at the Soundtracks of Lee Daniel’s The Butler, A.G. Inarritu’s “Birdman” and at “Old fashioned”.

Since 2014 Maestro Seghedoni is the “Arranger in residence” of “Oper im Berg” a private opera company based in Salzburg.