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Marco Serino - Biography

Instrument: Violin
Marco Serino
Marco Serino studied at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome with the Maestro Aldo Redditi getting the diploma in violin and chamber music (Maestro Cerroni) with full marks, obtaining also the "Premio Marchi" as best diploma. He attended a specialisation course with Corrado Romano at the Conservatorio Superiore in Genève getting the 1st prize of virtuosité and the prize Albert Lullin, with Salvatore Accardo at Stauffer Academy in Cremona, with Gunther Pichler at the Hochschule für Musik in Wien and with Igor Ozim at the Conservatoire in Luxembourg.
He attended specialisation courses with Riccardo Bregnola, Piero Farulli, Norbert Brainin, Sigmund Nissel, Walter Lewin, Valentin Erben and Paul Katz in important academies such as the Britten School in England, the Pro Quartet in Paris and the Accademia Chigiana in Siena. He is first violin in the Quartetto Bernini, conductor of the ensemble "Il Terzo Suono", he played as soloist in important orchestras such as the Scarlatti in Naples, I Solisti in Bologna, the Sinfonica Abruzzese, the Filarmonica in Gyor, the Genève Conservatory Orchestra and others. He is winner of many international contests such as Viotti in Vercelli, Trapani, Cremona, Caltanissetta and Bucchi; he carries out an intense concert activity for the most important Italian music associations (Istituzione Universitaria dei Concerti, Amici della musica di Firenze, Società del Quartetto di Vercelli, Scarlatti di Napoli, Teatro dell'Opera di Roma) and foreign associations (Scotland, Hungary, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and England) also with international soloists such as Salvatore Accardo, Rocco Filippini, Franco Petracchi, Bruno Battisti D'Amario, Rodolfo Bonucci, Toby Hoffman, Paul Katz, Wolfgang Marscher and so on...
Since 1998 he is teacher of violin and chamber music at the Arts Academy in Rome. He made recordings for RAI and Radio Vaticana; he recorded for Pentaphon and the Fonoteca, too.
A CD for the publishing house Dynamic, in which he recorded The 2° Concerto grosso and the Sonata for violin and orchestra by the famous russian composer A. Schnittke, recently died, is going to be published.
Updated to 02/2001