Demetrio Moricca, approaches the world of music at the age of 4 years. Assistant Conductor at the "La Sapienza" University of Rome.
He recently made his debut (November 2021) in the prestigious Tokyo Opera City Hall in a Gala Opera with the tenor Stefan Pop and, also in Tokyo, he conducted L 'Elisir d'amore by G. Donizetti.
Finalist for the Premio "Antonino Votto" in 2019 and he has received a Special Commendation lately at the London Classical Soloists Conducting Competition and winner of the
scholarship A.R.E.C. Campania for artistic merits in the A.Y. 2015/2016.
He has been assistant of Maestro Nello Santi in several productions (La Traviata, Rigoletto, Nabucco, L'Elisir d'amore), of Maestro Sesto Quatrini in the production of Tosca (Fondazione Teatri di Piacenza) with an exceptional cast (Francesco Meli, Luca Salsi, Chiara Isotton).
He has conducted orchestras such as Grand Philharmonic Tokyo, Cardiff Sinfonietta, Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Cupiditas, U.S. Naval Forces Europe Band, Opera na Zamku, San Pietro a Majella Orchestra, London Classical Soloists and he has collaborated with Ravello Festival, Napoli Teatro Festival, Salvabelcanto Association Japan.
He has collaborated with internationally renowned soloists such as Stefan Pop, Mariano Buccino, Clarissa Costanzo, Angela Schisano, Francesco Auriemma, Renzo Schina and directors such as Roberto de Simone e Mariano Bauduin.
Selected by Maestro Riccardo Frizza, for the Final Concert of Florence Conducting with Orchestra da Camera of Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. One of the students of the masterclass held by Maestro Riccardo Muti at the San Pietro a Majella Conservatory of Naples.
He began his studies as a clarinetist and graduated with honors in Orchestral Conducting at the Conservatory of San Pietro a Majella in Naples (Italy) under the guidance of Maestro Francesco Vizioli and Enrico Renna.
He studied with Mark Stringer (University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna) at the Cardiff International Academy of Conducting and at the Royal Northern College in Manchester with Mark Heron, Clark Rundell and Gergely Madaras.
He has conducted various operas of Neapolitan eighteenth century succ as, L'Uccellatrice by N. Jommelli and Festa Teatrale. The genius of Paisiello at the Courts of Europe by G. Paisiello.
On 2 June 2018 he conducted the San Pietro a Majella Orchestra in the presence of Cardinal Sepe in the Cathedral of San Gennaro in Naples, on the occasion of the celebrations of his seventy-fifth birthday.
In 2018 he founded an ensemble, Megaride Ensemble, with talented members of the territory. The good work and tenacity of the Ensemble brought them immediately to perform at the Ravello Festival 2019, Nuova Orchestra Scarlatti, Sala Scarlatti and at the Martuscelli Institute for the Blind of Naples, and finally to win an audition that will allow him to play at the Teatro Nuovo in Naples.