Marco Boemi, conductor and pianist, is also a graduate of law at La Sapienza University, Rome.
Over his more than twenty-five years’ career in music, Boemi worked with three generations of singers including Domingo, Pavarotti, Netrebko, Carreras, Grigolo, Beczala, Gruberova, Taddei, Villazon, Rebeka, Sabbatini, Obratzova, Borodina, Abdrazakov, Burchuladze, Bruson, Salsi, Volle, Ricciarelli Gasdia, Giaiotti, Shicoff, Kabaivanska, Dessì, Eyvazov, Fabiano, and Luchetti, among others.
Boemi performed in venues such as Teatro alla Scala Milano, Teatro San Carlo Napoli, Bayerische Staatsoper, Suntory Hall Tokyo, Broad Stage Hall Santa Monica, Konzerthaus Berlin, Opera di Roma, Verona Filarmonico, Shostakovich Hall in San Petersburg, Teatro Bellini Catania, Teatro Regio Parma, Royal Festival Hall London, Wigmore Hall London, Musikverein Wien, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Grand Theatre Shanghai, Seoul Performing Centre, Royal Oman Opera, Salle Gaveau Paris, Wielki Theater Warsaw, Macerata Sferisterio, Chaliapin Festival in Kazan, Teatro Massimo Palermo, Finnish Opera Helsinki, Teatro Carlo Felice Genova, Teatro Verdi Trieste, Budapest Opera, Athens Megaron, Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and many more.
He has a large repertoire in both symphonic and operatic fields, and throughout his career, he recorded with artists such as Beczala, Dessì, Colombara, Armiliato, Rebeka, and Sabbatini. His DVD recording of Tosca in Genova with Dessì, Armiliato, and Sgura staged by Renzo Giacchieri was acclaimed by international critics.
Boemi is also considered an expert in lieder and gives masterclasses worldwide for young singers, pianists, and conductors.