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Andriotti Paolo

  Musical instrument: Cello


A multifaceted musician, for years solo cellist of the Vittorio Emanuele Theater Orchestra in Messina, he is now a cello teacher at the Umberto Giordano Conservatory in Foggia and at the Fiesole Music School.
He has played as a soloist with the Bochum Youth Orchestra, the Fondazione Arena di Verona, the Cappella Musicale “Enrico Stuart Duke of York. Appreciated in concerts for solo cello, he has collaborated with various festivals and concert halls (Positano Myth Festival, Fiera delle Parole in Padua, Festival di Nuova Consonanza, Teatro Villa Pamphilj in Rome, Accademia Filarmonica Romana, performing the complete Suite by J.S. Bach.
As a chamber musician, he has collaborated with various formations in the most important repertoire, with pianists Monaldo Braconi and Lucia Sorci, and in formations from duo to octet with Carlo Maria Parazzoli, Marco Rogliano, Chiara Morandi, Miriam Dal Don, Francesco Peverini, Enzo Bolognese, Simone Briatore, Nora Romanoff Schwarzberg, Giulio Rovighi, Carlo Boccadoro, Dora Shwarzberg, Massimiliano Ferrati, Fabio Paggioro, Marco Fiorini, Marco Fiorentini, Marco Serino, Stefano Ferrario, Raffaele Mallozzi, Daniel Rowland, Andrej Bielow, Julian Arp. With Mario Brunello and 24 cellists he took part in the concert / event of the 2010 edition of the Suoni delle Dolomiti festival at the Rolle pass. Particular attention has been paid to contemporary music, in fact he has been invited to be part of some specialized chamber groups, such as: "Algoritmo Ensemble" directed by Marco Angius (also on Sky Classica and for Radio3), Prometeo Ensemble of Parma, the R -evolution Art Ensemble, Freon Ensemble, Instrumental Group Musica Oggi (Radio3), No-Go Ensemble, PMCE (Parco delle Musica Contemporanea Ensemble in Rome), Imago Sonora Ensemble (Radio3). In 2011 he recorded the "Pierrot Lunaire" by Arnold Schonberg conducted by Marco Angius, Stradivarius label, receiving acclaim from international critics. For the Bongiovanni label he recorded the first ever sonata for cello and piano by David Fontanesi with Michelangelo Carbonara. In 1999 he performed the world premiere of "Clessidra II" for solo cello and orchestra by Aldo Clementi, and the Italian premiere of Nicola Sani's "Sonore image de mon absence for cello and tape". In the orchestra, as well as in the many years of experience in Messina, with which he performed the most important operatic repertoire as first part (Turandot, Tosca, Tabarro, Suor Angelica, Gianni Schicchi, Butterfly, L'Heur Espanole, Carmen, Traviata etc.) , he has always collaborated as first cello with the Haydn of Trento and Bolzano, the International of Italy, the Regional of Lazio, the Orchestra of the Teatro Lirico Sinfonico Massimo Bellini of Catania. In the field of film music, he has worked in ensembles and as first part with the Oscar winners L. Bacalov, E. Morricone and Nicola Piovani. Still in the cinematographic field, he has recently participated in the creation of some soundtracks as a solo cello, in the film "The Talent of the Calabrone" with S. Castellitto, in "Padrenostro" with P.F. Favino, in the Rai1 fiction "La Fuggitiva" and in the fiction "Mina Settembre".
In the field of the arts, he has moments of interculturality to his credit, playing in shows designed ad hoc with artists of the caliber of the star Giuseppe Picone for dance, the screenwriter Michele Serra for literature, the actress Rosana Pastor (protagonist of “Terra and Ken Loach's Freedom) for the theatre.
He frequently works with Patrizio Paoletti for the creation of shows that combine music, dance and texts, promoting projects for the growth of the social and human fabric.
Appreciated teacher, he has prepared for years and in many cases still takes care of the preparation of many of the youngest emerging talents: we can mention among others Lara Biancalana, Eleonora Testa, Leonardo Petracci, Alessandro Sacchetti, Maria Clara Mandolesi.
Andriotti graduated in 1999 with honors from the Verona Conservatory with Maestro A. Zanin, and later perfected with Enrico Bronzi and Mario Brunello, meeting in masterclasses Miklos Pereny, Arto Noras, David Geringas, Raphael Wallfish, Milos Mlejnik, Paul Szabo.
In 2010 he obtained the advanced diploma in cello at the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, with Maestro Francesco Strano.
He is the winner of numerous prizes in national competitions and scholarships, including the S.I.A.E prize in Rome (1997), and the Biella competition (1998, Enrico Dindo president of the commission).
He is graduating in composition at the Respighi Conservatory in Latina with Maestro Paolo Rotili.

  course dates:  10-14 Agosto 2024

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