"Beyond impeccable musicianship and creative artistry, Maestro Narbona has a near-miraculous ability to combine, to put together, to synthesize.
I have watched in awe and delight as he has brought together the skills and talents of singers, instrumentalists, and all those other invisible yet indispensable heroes who make a performance possible.
Both Saaremaa and the world are a richer, brighter, more beautiful place thanks to him."
- V. Kioulaphides, composer -
Edoardo Narbona is the founder, artistic director and conductor of Läänesaarte Kammerorkester and Nocturne Chamber Music Festival as well as a soloist and the artistic director in concert series "Organ Balcony concerts", "Poetry and Harpsichord" and "English tea Chamber Concerts". He is daily building the musical season of Saaremaa, the second biggest island of the Baltic Sea, having started a regular orchestral season with contemporary chamber opera productions, exciting international collaborations and projects between islands.
He is also very much appreciated as a guest conductor and a teacher.
The essence and expression of his life is music.
He graduated with honors from the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of Turin in the following disciplines:
2009 MA Music Didactics
2004 BA Orchestral Conducting
2004 BA Composition
1999 BA in Organ and organ composition
1995 Diploma of harpsichord as complementary instrument
After graduation he was recognized at the International Conducting Competition Giuseppe Patanè in Grosseto (Italy) with 3rd Prize. He also won the position of the Tutor and conductor for Contemporary Repertoire at Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of Turin and worked as conductor, vocal accompanist and chamber music teacher for many years.
Edoardo has conducted various orchestras in Italy, Romania, United Kingdom, Albania, Estonia, Finland and Latvia with musicians from students to professionals.
He followed his teacher and mentor Neeme Järvi, the Chief Conductor of Suisse Romande Orchestra, in Geneva (Switzerland) during the concert seasons 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 until he moved to Estonia, to the island of Saaremaa, with his family in 2016 to enrich the professional cultural life for the island and its friends.