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"José Jesús Olivetti is one of our promises in the Orchestral Conducting of Venezuela"

Master José Antonio Abreu



Throughout the concert, Maestro Olivetti was connected with the orchestra attending to everything that happened in the score. His gesture, very expressive and clear, made the musicians of the orchestra respond effectively to their task.

Young Venezuelan Violinist and Director of Orchestras trained within the National System of Youth and Children's Orchestras and Choirs of Venezuela, in Orchestral Direction with Tarcisio Barreto and Maestro José Antonio Abreu and Violin with Professor Savino D`addona, Rubén Camacho and Francisco Díaz .


As a violinist, he has participated in various courses and national and international festivals, including the Latin American Violin Academy, Festival and Academy of the New World, Union of the Arts  Festival, International Winter Festival of Campos do Jordao in Brazil, among others and as Director, the Bruckner, Berlioz, Strawinsky Conducting Masterkurse,  with Maestro Jorma Panula and the Ruse Philharmonic Orchestra, Blue Danube Opera Conducting with the Bourgas State Opera, Schlern International Music Festival, Italy with Maestro Alexander Treger, Philharmonischen Kammerorchester Berlin with Maestro Colin Metters, and the Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra, among others.


After beginning his second season as Director of the Harmoniamusik Welden, in the 2020-2021 season he continues as Guest Conductor of the Geração Orchestra and the Sistema Portugal, he will begin a new season as Musical and Artistic Director of the Orchestral Project CONSONANZA (The System in Germany). ), in addition to performing as Conductor and Guest Violinist of orchestras in Europe. 

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Olivetti Foundation

The Olivetti Foundation's main objective is to develop cultural activities aimed at young people and help them in their artistic, personal and spiritual growth, promoting love, justice, equality, respect, effort, study, solidarity and thus helping the communities and their youth that make it up through the Arts.

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