Selected by Forbes as one of the 100 Under 30 that will change Italy, the Roman conductor Enrico Saverio Pagano is the artistic director of the Orchestra da Camera Canova. Conductor in residence and Artistic Advisor of the Istituzione Universitaria dei Concerti (Rome) leading the Orchestra Canova (that Enrico founded at the age of 19) he performed more than 100 concerts in locations including but not limited to the Arena di Verona, the Teatro Comunale in Ferrara, the Aula Magna of the University La Sapienza in Rome, the Teatro Alighieri in Ravenna, the Valletta Baroque Festival, the Vivaldi Festival in Venice and the Teatro Comunale in Mantua. He collaborated with artists such as Alessandro Baricco, Gloria Campaner, Simone Zanchini, Manuela Custer, Gabriele Cassone and Tommaso Lonquich. As guest conductor, Enrico collaborated with the Festival pianistico internazionale di Brescia e Bergamo, the Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali (Milan), the Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo and the Teatro Lopez de Ayala in Badajoz, Spain. In May 2021, Enrico’s first album – The Paisiello Academy – was published by Sony Classical. His second album, dedicated to Beethoven, will be soon released – as the first one – by Sony. He is fluent in both English and German.