Maurizio Cadossi. -



Maurizio Cadossi. Brilliantly graduated at “A. Boito” Conservatory in Parma in 1985, he attended in 1984 the courses of high specialization held by H. Szeryng, at Geneva Conservatory, and subsequently perfected himself with R. Zanettovich (Music School of Fiesole), G. Cusano, G. Maestri, and F.C. Ferrari. Prize-winner in some international music parades he grew up as regards the Ensemble Music for string instruments, at E. Pegreffi’s school, second violin of the famous Italian Quartet, afterwards going on with F. Rossi at the Artis Association in Verona. Particularly active in the chamber music field he studied with D. De Rosa (Chamber music with the piano at the Music School in Fiesole and trio with the piano at the Amici della Musica Association in Vicenza) and with G. Carmignola (violin and piano duet at Artis Association in Verona). As a violinist in different chamber groups he performed in Italy (Milan, Bologna, Venice, Parma, Trieste, Ravenna, Palermo, Pistoia, Bari, Catania) in important theatres and in prestigious parades (Regio in Parma, Verdi in Trieste, Music Summer in Siena, Bologna Festival, Rai in Milan, Ravenna Festival) and abroad in places such as Wien, Prague, Lugano, Washington, Nice, Santiago of Compostela, New York (U.N.O. Glass Building) and carrying on an intense record activity; the Tre grandi sonate by F. Paer have been recently issued for the Casa Bongiovanni in Bologna. He works together with the most prestigious Italian chamber orchestras performing concerts, often in the soloist role, in Europe, in the U.S.A, Mexico and Japan. As first soloist violin of the Italian Instrument Academy he performed an interesting activity in music, in research (Haendel Collegium in Koln, Baroque Festival in Viterbo, Società dei Concerti in Parma) and in recording L. Boccherini’s symphonies, G. Tartini’s concerts, L. Cherubini’s works with record companies such as Koch. Always particularly sensitive to ancient music he has spread his research and concert activity to the philological performance field with original instruments. He has already attended numerous concert parades as a soloist and as a member of different chamber groups. Graduated in Baroque violin at the Civic Music School in Milan under D. Terenzio’s guidance, he works together with the most important Italian Baroque groups. He is the founder of the Ensemble Orfei Farnesiani, a chamber music group on original instruments of which he is the conductor and with which he aims at carrying on and intensifying the activity of research and study on the Lombard-Emilian literature of the XVII and XVIII centuries. He issued with the record company Tactus in Bologna the Idee per camera op. IV by G. Valentini and the Sonate op. I by Bartolomeo Laurenti, the Sonate per violino e basso continuo by Mauro D’Alay. Next to be published with the same company, the Sonate Per due violini e basso and the Concertini da Camera op. I by Francesco Manfredini. Mr. Maurizio Cadossi is the holder of the chair of Ensemble Music for string instruments at “Antonio Vivaldi” Music Conservatory in Alessandria.