Argentinian set designer DIEGO SILIANO started his work in the scenography workrooms of Teatro Colón (Argentina). Currently he is the Professor of Scenography and Scenoplastic at the National University of the Arts of Buenos Aires. He designs in the main official and commercial venues in Argentina; exhibitor at the Prague Quadrennial for Scenography and Theater Architecture.
Diego Siliano has been summoned to work at the Monte Carlo Opera, Prague State Opera, Poznań Wielki Opera, Nice Opera, Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro, Municipal Theater of Santiago de Chile, Palace of Fine Arts, Mexico, Sodre Theater Montevideo. Among his productions for opera stand out Ariadne auf Naxos, Boris Godunov, Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny, Parsifal, Macbeth, Rusalka, The Rake Progress, Rhine Gold, Werther, Rigoletto, La Traviata, Bluebeard, Wozzeck, The Soldier's Story, Stabat Mater, Othello. At Latvian National Opera and Ballet he created the set design for Le Nozze di Figaro in 2014. Creates set designs also for ballet performances and dramatic theatre.
In 1995, Diego Siliano was awarded with the Beca Héctor Basaldúa award. He received the Trinidad Guevara Award 2013 for Freud's last sesión as the best set design. Several of his stage works have been nationally awarded as season’s best: Chilean critics' award for The turn of the screw (2006), Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2009) and Billy Budd (2013); Nine moons award (Mexico) for Cármen (2012); ACE Award for Dialogues des carmélites (2003) and Le Nozze di Figaro (2006).