Rossi, Michele Marco
Michele Marco Rossi was born in Rome in 1989. He graduated in cello at the Conservatory of Perugia, with highest honors.
He is actively involved in the study of other musical disciplines, like singing and classic guitar, writing also texts and music.
He began studying cello under the guidance of A. Ancarani , and later at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome with M. Gambini and Perugia with N. Rossetti. He also attended summer courses held by Duo Pepicelli, thus forming over the years under the guidance of cellist F. Pepicelli and the Duo itself.
From April 2010, working with Nicola Piovani, he plays cello and guitar in the Quintet of Piovani himself, in a tour with concerts in Dubrovnik, Palermo, Catania, Rossano di Vaglio, Caminia di Stalettì, Catanzaro, Città Sant'Angelo, Bucharest and other cities, thus improving his knowledge and his ability to perform different styles of music.
He performed several times the Carnival of the Animals by C. Saint- Saens in Terni, Perugia and Assisi, writing a series of pieces in verse to be read together, thus playing the role of the author of the text, cellist and narrator. For the execution of The Carnival of the Animals at the 55th Spoleto Festival, he wrote a new text to be read by Elio Pandolfi .
He has performed in numerous musical seasons, playing in various chamber ensembles.
Since October 2011 he collaborates with the renowned chamber orchestra I Solisti di Perugia, participating in the program and having numerous concerts.
During the winter 2011 he studied at the International Academy of Chamber Music of the Trio di Trieste, under the guidance of R. Zanettovich, D. de Rosa, M. Jones.
In September 2012 began studying composition with Edgar Alandia; at the same time he is dedicated to the study of contemporary music, under the guidance of the bassist Daniel Roccato and cellist Francesco Dillon. He was admitted to Advanced courses of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia held by Giovanni Sollima. He become a part of Warhol Piano Quartet, with whom he attended the course in chamber music held by the Quartetto di Cremona at the Walter Stauffer Academy in Cremona. With the quartet he has held many concerts, including a performance at the Quirinale, broadcasted live on the National Radio 3.