Born in Italy, Leonardi Sini began his musical studies at the Luigi Canepa Conservatory in Sassari. He continued his studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London and then at the Amsterdam Conservatory where he studied conducting with Sian Edwards, Jac van Steen, Ed Spanjaard and Kenneth Montgomery. In 2017 he won the first prize in the "Maestro Solti" conducting competition. Afterwards, he conducted prestigious orchestras such as the Hungarian State Opera Orchestra or the Győri Philharmonic Orchestra. He made his debut in 2019 at the Budapest Opera with Puccini's Le Vili and Messa di Gloria.
He then conducts La Somnambula in Como, Cremona and Pavia. That same year he made his debut at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa with La Bohème. In 2020 he conducts Un ballo in maschera at the Teatro Petruzzelli in Bari, La Traviata in Florence and Gianni Schicchi in Sassari. In 2021/2022 he will conduct Il barbiere di Siviglia in Reggio Emilia, Turandot at Opera Australia, La Bohème at the Semperoper in Dresden, Edgar in Budapest and Don Pasquale in Padua and Treviso.
Debut at the Paris Opera