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Bruno Bartoletti (1926–2013)

Bruno Bartoletti was born on June 10, 1926 in Sesto Fiorentino, Tuscany, Italy. He is known for his work on Quartet (2012), Tosca (1976) and Andrea Chénier (1973). He was married to Rosanna Sandretti. He died on June 9, 2013 in Florence, Tuscany. See full bio »


(age 86) in Florence, Tuscany, Italy

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Quartet Soundtrack
Tosca Music Department
Andrea Chénier Music Department
Evgeniy Onegin Music Department


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 2010 Death in Venice (Video) (conductor)
 2008 Giovanna d'Arco (TV Movie) (conductor)
 2006 Macbeth (TV Movie) (conductor)
 2003 La Bohème (TV Movie) (conductor)
 1984 Evgeniy Onegin (TV Movie) (conductor)
 1984 La gazza ladra (TV Movie) (conductor)
 1979 La Gioconda (TV Movie) (conductor)
 1976 Tosca (TV Movie) (conductor)
 1973 Andrea Chénier (TV Movie) (conductor)
 1967 Donizetti: Kageki 'Lucia' Zenkyoku (TV Movie) (conductor)
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 2012 Quartet (performer: "Ah! qual colpo in aspettato!")
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 2010 Death in Venice (Video)
Himself - Conductor
 2008 Giovanna d'Arco (TV Movie)
Himself - Conductor
 2006 Macbeth (TV Movie)
Himself - Direttore
 2003 La Bohème (TV Movie)
Himself - Direttore
 1991 Rigoletto (TV Movie)
Himself - Conductor
 1967 Donizetti: Kageki 'Lucia' Zenkyoku (TV Movie)
Himself - Conductor

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[remarking on jet-set conductors, in an interview with the Chicago Tribune] I cannot make music like my colleagues do, rushing from this theater to that theater all over the world, conducting a different opera every week. To present opera beautifully takes time. And love. See more »


In 1956, the fledgling Lyric Opera of Chicago needed a conductor to replace the ailing Tullio Serafin in several performances. Tito Gobbi, the acclaimed Italian baritone, recommended the young Mr. Bartoletti, who was overseas. He flew across the Atlantic to make a hastily-planned U.S. debut, conducting Verdi's "Il Trovatore". It would be the first of nearly 600 performances of 55 operas with the ... See more »

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