Andrea Molino (born in 1964 in Turin, Italy) is an Italian composer and conductor. He has first attracted international attention through a video/music theatre work, "Those Who Speak In A Faint Voice", a project about capital punishment, and later through the multimedia music theatre projects "CREDO" and "WINNERS".
He has been Musical Director of the Pocket Opera Company Nuremberg (1996–2007) and Artistic Director of the Music Department of Fabrica (2000–2006). For the 2007–2008 season he was invited artist at Le Fresnoy, Lille (France). Since 2009 he is Artistic Director of the World Venice Forum, where he conducted his own multimedia concert "Of Flowers And Flames", for the 25th anniversary of the Bhopal disaster, in India. His latest project, "Three Mile Island", on the nuclear accident in Pennsylvania in 1979, was first performed in March 2012 at the ZKM in Karlsruhe with the Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart and the Klangforum Wien; the Italian Premiere followed at the Teatro India in Rome. The project received the Music Theatre Now Award 2013.
As a conductor, he opened the 2013 season of Opera Australia at the Sydney Opera House with Verdi's "A Masked Ball" with the direction of La Fura dels Baus. In Sydney in 2011 he had already conducted Verdi's "Macbeth". He opened the 2010 concert season of the Teatro La Fenice in Venice with the world premiere of Bruno Maderna’s "Requiem"; at the Fenice he had opened the Music Biennale 2005 with Goebbels’ "Surrogate Cities".
His work is documented on many CDs and on DVDs.