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The Swiss conductor, Diego Fasolis, studied in Zurich with Erich Vollenwyder (organ and concertist), with Jürg von Vintschger (teaching and piano soloist), voice with Carol Smith and choral conducting with Klaus Knall. In addition to master classes with classes with internationally renown artists, he studied organ and improvisation with Gaston Litaize in Paris and early music performance technique with Michael Radulescu in Cremona. He is holder of several prizes and international honours, as first prize in Stresa (1983), first prize and scholarship from the Migros-Göhner Foundation (1983 and 1985), Hegar Prize (1984) and finalist in the Geneva Competition 1985.

As an organist Diego Fasolis has performed the complete works of in J.S. Bach Mendelssohn, Liszt, Buxtehude, Mozart, and Franck. In addition to his career as an organist, Maestro Fasolis is active as a chorus director and an instrumental ensemble conductor.

Since 1986 Diego Fasolis has worked at the Swiss Radio as musician and conductor where he was appointed in 1993 the Resident Director of the Swiss Radio-Television Ensembles, including Coro della Radio Svizzera (Swiss Italian Radio Chorus). In 1995 he founded the Ensemble Vanitas and has remained its spiritus rector and principal conductor.

Diego Fasolis adds to his versatility and virtuosity a rigorous style which is highly appreciated by the public and by international critics who follow him through the most important concert series or in the numerous radio, television and CD recordings. Due to his extensive expertise in vocal and instrumental music, Maestro Fasolis often invited as a guest conductor at the Arena di Verona, the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, and at the Teatro dell'Opera in Rome. He is also invite to participate as teacher and member of international juries in many competitions.