Carlo Antonioli has been announced as the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s Cybec Assistant Conductor Fellow for 2022.

Antonioli graduated from Sydney’s Conservatorium in 2017, and has taken part in a number of emerging conductor programs including the Symphony Services International Conductor Development Program and the inaugural Australian Conducting Academy with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra in 2018.

He has also assisted Vladimir Ashkenazy and Simone Young at the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and most recently was Assistant Conductor at the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, where he worked closely with Principal Conductor Asher Fisch and guest conductors including Ludovic Morlot, Karina Canellakis, Mark Wigglesworth and Fabien Gabel.

In a statement, MSO Chief Conductor Jaime Martín welcomed Carlo to the MSO Artistic Family.

“Carlo is a talented young conductor with a promising future and has proven himself over the years working with other orchestras. As well as being a gifted young talent, he has shown passion, commitment and professionalism along the way,” said Martin. “We welcome Carlo into the MSO family and look forward to helping him reach his full potential.”

The Cybec Assistant Conductor Fellowship runs for 12 months, and provides emerging conductors with both practical and theoretical skills, working with the orchestra on developing their artistic practice,...