Director Emiliano Galigani
Orchestra Director Simone Giusti
Band Director Massimiliano Salani
Original arrangments Simone Giusti, Alessandro Nottoli
Sound engineer Simone Lazzarini
Light design Francesco Bufalini
Produced by Simone Giusti, Emiliano Galigani
Production manager Federica Moretti
A production 9 Muse, Rockopera
Producer / Director
Born in 1973, he studied Movie & Production in Bologna, and after several experiences in the movie industry and theatre as light & sound engineer, stage manager, production assistant, he got involved in TV production, (executive production of two television series) and film production (production assistant, among the others, of “The triumph of love”, produced by Bernardo Bertolucci, directed by Clare Peploe, with Mira Sorvino and Ben Kingsley). In 2001, he built up a Theatrical and Cinematographic Production Company, Metropolis. From 2002 to 2009, he wrote and directed various subjects, screenplays, plays and musicals, including “Faber Circus” (2003), “The strange case of Mr. D” (2005) and “Welcome To The Machine” (2005/2010). In 2010 he directed his first short movie, “The seventh AD” (15’).
In 2012 produced and directed “The Wall Live Orchestra” and the following tours. In 2013, back into the theatre production, he directed the Italian tour of “Jesus Christ Superstar”.
In 2014 he directed his first feature movie, and won the Manchester Film festival for best Movie.
Producer / Orchestra director
Born in 1971, he created a theatre and show production company, Rockopera, in 1998, producing several musicals and tours in and outside Italy, such as “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Joseph and the amazing technicolor dreamcoat” by Andrew lloyd Webber.
He’s Production manager for d’Alessandro & Galli, managing concerts of Burt Bacarach, Neil Young, John Fogerty, Backstreet Boys, Damon Albarn, ZZtop, Billy Idol, Mark Knopfler, Lisa Stansfield. In 2012 produced and directed “The Wall Live Orchestra” and the following tours. As orchestra director he directed “Jesus Christ Superstar”, “Musical Gala”, “The Wall Live Orchestra”.