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Marco Rogliano
Marco Rogliano - Biography
Roma, 1967


Instrument: Violin
After a very early start of his musical studies through his family (which has a long tradition of stringed instrument players), Marco Rogliano got his Violin degree at the "S. Cecilia Conservatory" in Rome (where he was born in 1967) under the guidance of Aldo Spizzichino and Antonio Salvatore.Particularly meaningful for his interpretative education has been his following work at the Mozarteum in Salzburg with Ruggiero Ricci, the Chigiana Academy in Siena with Riccardo Brengola and the Stauffer Academy in Cremona with Salvatore Accardo. He soon attained international recognition, receiving prizes in various competitions, including the "V.Bucchi" Contest in Rome (1988), the "Young Soloists Selection" in Helsingborg (Sweden-1989), the "47^ International ARD Competition" in Munich (1998) and the "East and West Artists Intern. Selection" in New York (2002).Rogliano made his first international debut as a soloist in 1989 performing the Sibelius Violin Concerto in Sweden with the Helsingborg Symphony Orch. conducted by Ari Rasilainen.Afterward he has played with Orchestras such as Moscow Radio Symph. at the Ciajkovskij Hall, Berliner Symphoniker at the Berlin Philharmony Hall, RAI Symph.Orch. in Turin, Sicily Symph.Orch. in Palermo, Italian Chamber Orch., Pomeriggi Musicali Symph.Orch. in Milan with conductors like Lior Shambadal, Gunter Neuhold, Salvatore Accardo, Franco Petracchi, Marco Angius, Tito Ceccherini.In July 2009 he made his debut in China playing the Paganini Violin Concerto n.4 with the Macao Symph.Orch. for the Season Closing Concert.Furthermore he played for recitals in famous international contests like the S. Petersburg Philharmony Hall, the Weill Recital Hall at the New York Carnegie Hall, the Tokyo Casals Hall and Asahi Hall, the Munich Prinzregententheater and Herkulessaal, the S. Cecilia Academy Hall, the Alla Scala theatre, the Parma and Turin "Teatro Regio".He has collaborated with artists such as Reiko Watanabe, Ingolf Turban, Bruno Giuranna, Danilo Rossi, Enrico Dindo, Hansjorg Schellenberger, Alexander Lonquich, Gianluca Luisi, Roberto Cominati, Andrea Lucchesini, Shuku Iwasaki, Koichiro Arada, Lucio Gallo. His performances have been broadcasted by RAI, Radio France, Bayerischer Rundfunk.He's recorded the 6 Caprices for solo violin and "Allegoria della Notte" for violin and orch. by Salvatore Sciarrino for Accord and Kairos (which has won the prestigious award Diapason D'oro - more details here), the 24 Caprices and Caprice d'adieu by N. Paganini for Tactus (the second italian after Salvatore Accardo), the Humoreske and Leggenda for Violin and Orchestra by O.Respighi (World 1st recording) for Inedita, the Four Seasons by A.Vivaldi together with “Seasons” by A.Guarnieri (born in 1947) for Tactus-Ensemble Respighi (best CD Amadeus), Two Violin Sonatas and Violin Suite op.14 by Ch.Sinding for ASV classical-M.Paciariello, piano (world premiere recording) and the C sharp minor Violin concerto by F.A.Berwald for Bongiovanni acclaimed by critics of magazines like: Gramophone, Fanfare, Diapason (5 stars), Le Monde de la Musique (4 stars), the American Records Guide, Classic CD (5 stars), BBC Music Magazine (4 stars)and Musica (5 stars).With his affinity to both classical and contemporary repertoire (many different composers wrote for him such as S.Sciarrino, A.Guarnieri, D.Nicolau, C.De Pirro, C.Galante, M.Dall'Ongaro, F.Luque, D.Buccino, G.D'Angiolini), Marco Rogliano is one of the most appreciated violinists of his generation.He is presently Chairman of Chamber Music and Violin at the "G.B.Pergolesi"Conservatory of Fermo and Violin teacher at the Pavia Music Academy with collegues like Danilo Rossi (viola), Enrico Dindo (cello) and Florenza Cedolins (singing).He plays a violin by Nicola Bergonzi (Cremona, 1790) trusted from the Maggini Foundation of Langenthal in Switzerland. Occasionally he has been invited to play on famous instruments by Stradivari like "Il Cremonese, 1715"-"Da Vinci, 1725"-"ex Francescatti, 1727".
Updated to 2011