GULF NEWS – feb 20th 2015

SHEIKH SAEED HALLS – Dubai World Trade Centre   “…It was amazing to be able to enjoy a show such as this in Dubai…”                                                                                                                                                                Christina Curran      


Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – London – Cadogan Hall (Fidelio ov – Cavalleria Rusticana int. – Grieg: piano conc. – Dvorak: Symphony 7)   “..Fidelio..It received a very assured and accomplished performance from Fabrizi and the RPO..”      .”Fabrizi showed good judgement in his choice of tempi as the music moved from the initial call to arms to the slower, more reflective sections of the overture..”                                                                                        “..Fabrizi did an excellent job bringing out the yearning quality of the music.  He seemed to have much […]

ROYAL STAGE – Palermo – 20 Set. 2014

“Carmina Burana, which success in the square for the Symphonic” “..deserved the applauses to Alessandro Fabrizi who conducted with effective sobriety…”                                                                                                                                                                              Gigi Razete    

SETTE GIORNI – n° 567 22/11/2013

Rossini Stabat Mater” at the Romanian Atheneum … “The orchestra play very well and with wonderful sounds under the baton of Maestro Fabrizi. Ascetic and contemplative moments alternate with others shrill and impressive, always balanced… A refined and exciting reading of the fascinating Rossini’s score was bestowed by an audience standing at the end of the performance. “  

SETTE GIORNI – n° 470 15 may 2011

Homage to Maria Callas in Bucharest “… Shining the baton of Maestro Alessandro Fabrizi, who beautifully directed arias and duets that have occurred one after the other: from Bellini to Mascagni, Maestro Fabrizi has skilfully treat different styles of authors, with a very large palette of colors, showing great sensitivity and knowledge. A very careful balance, which also allowed the orchestra to emerge brilliantly with the overtures and intemezzi performed in the opening and closing of the evening “…  


…”Tchaikovsky at the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London – Cadogan Hall 29/03/2011                                 “The splendour of Tchaikovsky – and of the RPO – was never in doubt. The opening of Capriccio Italien blazoned in arresting, burnished swagger. The Italian fanfare that Tchaikovsky heard every day from the barracks in Rome close by his hotel lay throbbing in Alessandro Fabrizi’s blood. The brass was magnificent – smooth, stately, clear and confident. It was a flawless pronouncement of the brilliance of Tchaikovsky’s orchestration. Songs followed, culled from street singers in Florence and passers by in Rome. They, too, swung […]

SETTE GIORNI – n° 457 february 2011

“Il M°Alessandro Fabrizi in concerto a Constanta”                                                                                                         “Il Trovatore, a very famous and loved opera by Giuseppe Verdi, proposed in an unforgettable version”……”The sintony between the stage and the Orchestra was a magnificent evidence of bravura and knowledge of the music matter, due to the big professionalism of Maestro Alessandro Fabrizi. Skilled gestures, expressive and morbid at the same […]

THE OPERA – n° 51/52 October 2010

“An unforgettable evening that of last Sunday”                                                                                                           …”The audience cheered with passion and enthusiasm; conductor and soloists have been brought to the fore many times”……”It was a pleasant opening night”…

IL TEMPO – 23rd September 2010

“The Ninth Symphony enchants the theatre”                                                                                …”The challenge with one of the most tremendous testing ground of the symphonic repertoire could be amply won”…..”Symphony movements followed in a crescendo of emotional intensity up to result in a triumph, a world-famous closing, which absorbed the audience and the interpreters. The orchestra answered with versatility and commitment to the appeals of M° Fabrizi who exalted intimate and vigorous pathos moments”…                                                                                                                                                                                   Paolo Di Lorenzo