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Palermo-born Salvatore Di Vittorio has achieved international recognition as both a composer and conductor. He has gained considerable attention with his orchestration and completion of Respighi’s rediscovered First Violin Concerto (Naxos 8.573168) commissioned by Respighi’s great nieces and archive curator. In 2010, with the endorsement of the Comune di Bologna, the city of the composer’s birth, Di Vittorio and the noted musicologist Luigi Verdi founded the annual international Respighi Prize for composers and soloists. As a composer, Di Vittorio first came to attention when Italian chamber orchestras premièred his early compositions, often in programmes with Respighi’s music. The recent world première of his Symphony No. 3 ‘Templi di Sicilia’ with the Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana won critical praise in the Giornale di Sicilia and La Repubblica, and in an interview on Italian state television (RAI) evening news. In recognition of his work in promoting his native Palermo and Sicily around the world, he received the medal of Palermo from Mayor Leoluca Orlando. Salvatore Di Vittorio’s compositions are published by Edizioni Panastudio, and are listed in David Daniels’s Orchestral Music.

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