Daniele Giulio Moles



Neapolitan by birth, he received his early formation from the Conservatory San Pietro a Maiella, continuing his preparation at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome where he received diplomas both in Violin under the guidance of Felix Ayo and in Conducting under Bruno Aprea.
He participated in numerous workshops in Italy and abroad with F. Ferrara,
A. Galliera, A. Francis, Y. Temirkanov, Y. Ahronovich, J. Kalmar, K. Kiesler.  He completed a postgraduate diploma in Conducting with D. Renzetti, and with M.W. Chung he earned the “Diploma di merito” from the Accademia Musicale Chigiana.

Semifinalist in the International Conducting Competitions of “A. Pedrotti” in Trento, “F. Ferrara” in Rome and “D. Flick” in London; finalist in the first and third edition of the International Competition of Rome for Young Conductors
“F. Capuana”, conducting The Barber of Seville by Rossini in Rome and Don Giovanni by Mozart in Spoleto; he was first prize winner of the International Conducting Competition of Budapest organized by the Osterreichisch-Ungarische MeisterKurse fur Musik di Vienna.

He has been assistant to Michel Plasson, John Neschling, Kristof Penderecky and John Nelson with whom he collaborated at the Teatro dell’Opera of Rome in Les Vespres Siciliennes by  Verdi, the  Te Deum by Berlioz – Giulio Cesare by Haendel – Lelio by Berlioz. This collaboration includes: in Frankfurt for the New World Symphony by Dvorak, in Hamburg for the Stabat Mater by Dvorak, in Cleveland and in Linz for the Fantastic Symphony by Berlioz, and with the Ensemble Orchestrale du Paris for several concerts recorded for EMI and Virgin Classic.

He has conducted L’Orchestre Nationale du Capitole de Toulouse, the Reina Sofia Orchestra of Madrid, the Radio-Telelvision Orchestra of Zagabria, the Ensemble Orchestrale of Paris, the Gulbenkian Orchestra of Lisbon, the Italian Radio-Television Symphonic Orchestra of Rome and Naples, the Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the International Orchestra of Italy, the Orchestra of “Arena di Verona”, the Nuova Orchestra Scarlatti, the Italian Philharmonic Orchestra, “Concerts for peace” in Israel (Jerusalem) and in Palestine (Ramallah) and the finals of the “Vendome Prize” International Piano Competition at UNESCO in Paris and those of the International Violin Competition “A. Stradivari” of Cremona.

He has recorded the KV425 Linz Symphony and the KV 504 Prague Symphony by Mozart for Fonit-Cetra and has collaborated, among others, with the following soloists: G. Bellucci, J.Ph. Collard, L. De Fusco, S. Gazzelloni, B. Lupo, K. Nikkanen, G. Ohlsson, M. Rizzi, L. Vignali, N. Zabaleta, Rainer Honeck (the Konzertmeister of Wiener Philarmoniker). He has recorded with Pino Ettorre, first bass at Teatro alla Scala, several inedited concerts for bass and orchestra.

In the field of Opera, he has conducted for the Teatro dell’Opera of Rome Les Pecheurs des Perles by Bizet and Ceneretola by Rossini, for the Martina Franca Festival Amor Vuol Sofferenza by L. Leo (recorded for Nuova Era), for Teatro Rendano of Cosenza La Boheme by Puccini, in Naples at the Royal Palace Courtyard Le Finte Gemelle by N. Piccinni, in the Theater of Ankara Don Carlo by Verdi, and in the United States of America,  for the Tulsa Opera in Oklahoma, Il Trovatore by Verdi and in Florida Les Contes d’Hoffmann by J. Offenbach. In June 2006 he conducted  Rosini’s Barbiere di Siviglia at“Opera Comique”in Paris.

He inaugurated the ballet season for the Jubilee Year at the Teatro dell’Opera of Rome conducting Apollon Musagete by I. Stravinsky and Who Cares? by G. Gershwin.Then he conducted the Italian Philharmonic Orchestra at the Teatro Municipale of Piacenza in Swan Lake and Shakespeare in Dance in the Teatro dell’Opera of Rome (with Carla Fracci).
In Rome he conducted also Giselle (with Roberto Bolle) at the Teatro dell’Opera and  Swan Lake at the Baths of Caracalla.

Starting from 2007 he did a lot of masterclasses for young singers, conducters and players in Spain, Poland, Germany, Balcans... In Italy he did few masterclasses with Lella Cuberli.

He was  in the juries of  International competitions for young opera singers  with Joan Sutherland, Renato Bruson and Richard Boning.