Italian Stage Director, starting his musical career as a child in the Boys Choir at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. He studies lyrical singing at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan, he also attends the International Opera Academy Katia Ricciarelli and takes Higher Education Courses at the Arturo Toscanini Foundation of Parma. Winner of many competitions and throughout the years he makes his debut playing over 40 principal roles, singing at important Italian theaters and all around the world.
In 2001, after a period of specific studies and experiences as a Stage Assistant, he debuted as a Stage Director and soon afterward he collaborates with Theaters and prestigious Foundations in the Italian field (Gran Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Piccolo Regio of Torino, Teatro Municipale of Piacenza, "Arturo Toscanini" Foundation of Parma, Teatro Comunale of Modena, Teatro Coccia of Novara, Teatro Sociale of Mantova, Ente Luglio Musicale of Trapani, Teatro Sociale of Rovigo), and the international field (Japan, United States, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama, Costa Rica, Uruguay and Switzerland).
Among all 2004 staging labors, stands out the first presentation of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly at Fukuoka (Japan), played in the “Fukuoka Hall”, to celebrate its first Centenary Performance. This event was recorded by the Japanese NHK TV. In addition, La Bohème by Puccini, for the Mu.Vi. - Pavarotti International of Modena, the same year. In 2007, La Traviata by Verdi, goes over Lousiana and Mississippi (U.S.A.). Furthermore, in 2009, Turandot by Puccini, for the first time in the National Theaters of the capital cities in Central America. In 2011, Nabucco by Verdi, in a “colosal” version in the Olympic Stadium of Torino (a 1.250 square meters stage and 13.000 spectators).
Works as a Teacher in several Opera Workshops and Improvement Courses for the Lyrical Performance. Additionally, he cooperates with the Universities of Torino, Milan, Siena/Arezzo (Italy), Montevideo (Uruguay) and Guatemala; as well with Italian State Music Conservatories, the Guatemalan National Conservatory; Donizetti’s Foundation of Bergamo (Italy) and the High Arts Institute of the Teatro Colón at Buenos Aires (Argentina).
He is the Artistic Vice Director of the Stefano Tempia Academy of Torino (the oldest Choir and Concert Association in Italy); Founder and Artistic Director of the Ensemble EnCanto of Guatemala and in 2013, Artistic Director of the National Choir of Guatemala.
In 2013, is hired by the Teatro Solís of Montevideo, after staging Madama Butterfly (2008), Lucia di Lammermoor (2010) and Le Nozze di Figaro (2010), to manage the global premiere of Il Duce by García Vigil.
In 2014, he is awarded as “Artist of the Year” in the 34th Edition of the Prize Awarding Ceremony by the Guatemalan National Newspaper and Periodicals Library.
Massimo Pezzutti’s labors are basic topics of three Thesis of the Bachelor’s Degree at the Università degli Studi of Milan (Italy) – Arts History, Music and Performance Department; and many others are recorded for the National Television Programs in all the Countries where they were performed and are broadcast and taped on DVDs. Massimo Pezzutti, is currently a Vocal Technique and Musical Theater Instructor at the Universidad InterNaciones of Guatemala City.