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Bruno Bettinelli (4 June 1913 – 8 November 2004) was an Italian composer and teacher.
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Roberto Cacciapaglia

He held the title of professor of composition at that same institute, and he trained many notable contemporary Italian musicians, including Claudio Abbado, Emiliano Bucci, Elisabetta Brusa, Gilberto Serembe, Danilo Lorenzini, Roberto Cacciapaglia, Bruno Canino, Aldo Ceccato, Riccardo Chailly, Azio Corghi, Armando Gentilucci, Riccardo Muti, Angelo Paccagnini, Bruno Zanolini, Silvia Bianchera, Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, Caterina Calderoni, Barbara Rettagliati, Massimo Berzolla, Maurizio Pollini, Uto Ughi and many others.
He graduated in composition from the city's Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory under the direction of Bruno Bettinelli, where he also studied conducting and electronic music.

Bruno Canino

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He held the title of professor of composition at that same institute, and he trained many notable contemporary Italian musicians, including Claudio Abbado, Emiliano Bucci, Elisabetta Brusa, Gilberto Serembe, Danilo Lorenzini, Roberto Cacciapaglia, Bruno Canino, Aldo Ceccato, Riccardo Chailly, Azio Corghi, Armando Gentilucci, Riccardo Muti, Angelo Paccagnini, Bruno Zanolini, Silvia Bianchera, Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, Caterina Calderoni, Barbara Rettagliati, Massimo Berzolla, Maurizio Pollini, Uto Ughi and many others.
His teachers included Enzo Calace and Bruno Bettinelli.

Emiliano Bucci

He held the title of professor of composition at that same institute, and he trained many notable contemporary Italian musicians, including Claudio Abbado, Emiliano Bucci, Elisabetta Brusa, Gilberto Serembe, Danilo Lorenzini, Roberto Cacciapaglia, Bruno Canino, Aldo Ceccato, Riccardo Chailly, Azio Corghi, Armando Gentilucci, Riccardo Muti, Angelo Paccagnini, Bruno Zanolini, Silvia Bianchera, Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, Caterina Calderoni, Barbara Rettagliati, Massimo Berzolla, Maurizio Pollini, Uto Ughi and many others.
At the same time, he will study in private also with Bruno Bettinelli, teacher of Claudio Abbado, Maurizio Pollini, Riccardo Muti etc.In 1997 the diploma in pianoforte under the guide of Leonardo Leonardi, first pianist of Salvatore Accardo.

Gilberto Serembe

He held the title of professor of composition at that same institute, and he trained many notable contemporary Italian musicians, including Claudio Abbado, Emiliano Bucci, Elisabetta Brusa, Gilberto Serembe, Danilo Lorenzini, Roberto Cacciapaglia, Bruno Canino, Aldo Ceccato, Riccardo Chailly, Azio Corghi, Armando Gentilucci, Riccardo Muti, Angelo Paccagnini, Bruno Zanolini, Silvia Bianchera, Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, Caterina Calderoni, Barbara Rettagliati, Massimo Berzolla, Maurizio Pollini, Uto Ughi and many others.
Serembe studied Composition and Conducting at the Conservatorio "Giuseppe Verdi" in Milan with Bruno Bettinelli and Mario Gusella.

Riccardo Muti

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He held the title of professor of composition at that same institute, and he trained many notable contemporary Italian musicians, including Claudio Abbado, Emiliano Bucci, Elisabetta Brusa, Gilberto Serembe, Danilo Lorenzini, Roberto Cacciapaglia, Bruno Canino, Aldo Ceccato, Riccardo Chailly, Azio Corghi, Armando Gentilucci, Riccardo Muti, Angelo Paccagnini, Bruno Zanolini, Silvia Bianchera, Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, Caterina Calderoni, Barbara Rettagliati, Massimo Berzolla, Maurizio Pollini, Uto Ughi and many others.
He was subsequently awarded a diploma in Composition and Conducting by the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory, Milan, where he studied with the composer Bruno Bettinelli and the conductor Antonino Votto.

Roberto Abbado

In his teens, Roberto Abbado studied at Conservatorio "G. Rossini" in Pesaro and then piano with Paolo Bordoni and composition with Bruno Bettinelli at Conservatorio “G. Verdi” in Milan.

Francesco Attesti

He is very interested in contemporary music and he performed several works by Bruno Bettinelli, Fabio Mengozzi, Biagio Putignano and others;

Massimo Di Gesu

In 1995 he obtained the Diploma in Composition at Milan Conservatory, after completing the relative Harmony-Counterpoint-Composition course under the guidance of M° Bettinelli's pupils S. Bianchera, D. Lorenzini and A. Corghi.

Paolo Restani

In addition he studied composition with Paolo Arcà and Bruno Bettinelli.

Vito Frazzi

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His students included Bruno Bartolozzi, Bruno Bettinelli, Valentino Bucchi, Luigi Dallapiccola and Angelo Francesco Lavagnino.

Quirino Principe

Various poems of Principe's have been set to music by composers such as Bruno Bettinelli, Sonia Bo, Massimo Di Gesu.

Biancamaria Furgeri

Biancamaria Fugeri was born in Rovigo, Italy, and studied at the Conservatorio di Padova and in Milan and Venice with Wolfgango Dalla Vecchia, Bruno Coltro, Bruno Bettinelli, Giuseppe Piccioli and Giorgio Federico Ghedini.

Paolo Longo

As a conductor, he works especially into contemporary music; he premiered works by composers such as Bruno Bettinelli, Aldo Clementi, Azio Corghi, Pascal Dusapin, Michaël Levinas, Giacomo Manzoni, Ennio Morricone, Francesco Pennisi and many others.

Ruggero Chiesa

A number of contemporary composers wrote works dedicated to Chiesa, including Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Bruno Bettinelli, Franco Donatoni, and Aldo Clementi.

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Bruno Bettinelli (4 June 1913 – 8 November 2004) was an Italian composer and teacher.

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Bruno Bettinelli (4 June 1913 – 8 November 2004) was an Italian composer and teacher.

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Bruno Bettinelli was born in Milan where he later completed his studies at the Conservatorio "G. Verdi" in Milan, under the tutelage of Giulio Cesare Paribeni and Renzo Bossi.