Carlo Antonioli

Carlo Antonioli is a conductor and saxophonist. A recipient of the Alan Bellhouse Memorial Award for Conducting and the Ada Thompson Prize for Postgraduate Students, he completed a Master of Music Studies (Conducting) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2017 and a Bachelor of Music (Performance) with First Class Honours in 2015.
Carlo is currently the Assistant Conductor to the West Australian Symphony Orchestra. He was a participant in the Symphony Services International Conductor Development Program in 2015-2016, working with the Tasmanian, Adelaide and West Australian Symphony Orchestras and the Opera Australia Orchestra, and was one of eleven conductors selected for the inaugural Australian Conducting Academy with the TSO in 2018. In addition, he has worked with many of Sydney’s community and youth orchestras, and a variety of self-formed ensembles.
An avid musicologist, his article on Strauss’s Metamorphosen has been published in the Sydney Undergraduate Journal of Musicology. As a saxophonist, Carlo performs with the Luxum Quartet, which performed at the 2018 Melbourne International Saxophone Festival, Petrichor Sax, which won first place at the Sydney Eisteddfod Musica Viva Chamber Music Award finals, and has performed with the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra.