Lorenzo Fasolo teaches Theory and History of Rhythm and Music at the Conservatory in Rovigo, and also gives courses in Arts Management and History of the principles of legislation on the music’s field there. For twelve years he was coach and musical assistant at the Teatro La Fenice, Venice, and he began to collaborate with Claudio Abbado at the Teatro Comunale in Ferrara.
From 1996 to 2005 he was Artistic Director of the Associazione Ferrara Musica (presided by Claudio Abbado), where first the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and then the Mahler Chamber Orchestra were resident orchestras. At the same time he also cooperated with the Berlin Philharmonic and organised their last Italian tour (with Claudio Abbado conducting).
During his tenure at Ferrara he founded and was then music director of the Academy for Advanced Musical Studies for young instrumentalists in Ferrara, under Claudio Abbado's patronage. He planned and coordinated a EU-funded project that offered new working possibilities for young musicians, together with the Salzburg Easter Festival, the Festival of Aix-en-Provence and the Orchestra Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic.
For two years he was cultural consultant for European interregional projects with the Department of Regional Affairs of the Italian Prime Minister's Office. From 2006 to 2008 he was Artistic Director of the RAI National Symphony Orchestra. In 2007 he was jury member at the 50th International Young Conductors Competition in Besançon, and now he is participating as jury member at the first Edition of Nestlè and Salzburg Festival Young Conductors Award.
At present he is artistic consultant of the Association Lingotto Musica in Turin.