Michele Bui was born in Bologna in 1960 and began his musical studies with M° Giorgio Consolini for the violin and with M° Enzo Sarti for the piano. After a few years he gave up with the violin, attracted by Orchestra conducting and began the composition studies first with M° Bruno Zagni and secondly with M° Paolo Bucchini. Meanwhile for the piano he studied with M^ Elsa Malferrari. Simultaneously with musical studies he graduated in surveying in 1979. The earliest music experience was as a singer in a choir and then as the assistant conductor of the same choir. After that first experience, he directed another choir for about 2 years, and became the Conductor of the S. Rita’s Choir with whom he has refined the technique and debuted as a Conductor in 1997 with a program entirely dedicated to Antonio Vivaldi.
Between 1996 and 2003 the musical experiences have increased with the executions of some important pieces like the “Petite Messe Solennelle” of Gioacchino Rossini, “Gloria” of Antonio Vivaldi and the “Kronugmesse” of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In 2001 he graduated at the Filarmonic Academy of Bologna in Orchestra Conduction with M° Corrado de Sessa, followed by master classes with M° Vram Tchiftchian in Verona, with M° Arto Tchiftchian in Jesolo (VE), M° Vladimir Kontarev and M° Jorge Gomez in Sansepolcro, when Michele Bui conducted at the “Symphonian Festival” in 2006.
In 2003 he began conducting foreign orchestras especially in Romania when, after 2003, he returns and made concerts with Philharmonic Orchestra of Bacau, Philharmonic Orchestra of Brasov and Philharmonic Orchestra of Satu Mare. M° Michele Bui’s repertoire includes from A. Vivaldi to contemporary authors with a particular interest to the authors of ‘900.