Daniele Gatti has a close relationship with the Vienna Philharmonic and the Royal Concertgebouw orchestras, appearing in their concert seasons as well as on tour. He also regularly conducts the finest American and German orchestras.
He has conducted several new productions for the Vienna State Opera (Simon Boccanegra, Moses und Aron, Otello, Boris Godunov) and at Munich’s Bayerisches Staatsoper (Aida, Fidelio). At La Scala he has conducted Lohengrin, Wozzeck, Don Carlo (opening night of 2008-2009 season) and Lulu. In Zurich he has recently conducted new productions of Falstaff and Parsifal. In 2008 he premiered Parsifal at the Bayreuth Festival (revivals in 2009, 2010, 2011).
During the next two seasons Daniele Gatti conducts a Brahms cycle with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (German Requiem and four symphonies) to celebrate the two hundred anniversary of the Society of Music friends of Vienna, of which Brahms was music director. He appears with the Royal Concertgebouw, Bayerische Rundfunk, Philharmonia and Boston Symphony Orchestras.
He conducts La Boheme in Salzburg in 2012 as well as a symphonic concert with the Mahler Jugend Orchestra. Forthcoming new opera productions include Otello, Die Meistersinger von Nurenberg, Mathis der Maler in Zurich and Falstaff at the Royal Opera, Covent Garden. With the Orchestre National de France he will complete the Mahler cycle in Paris, he will conduct Parsifal in concert version at the Theatre des Champs-Elisees and tour extensively within Europe and the U.S.
Daniele Gatti is a Sony Classical exclusive artist.