| Marco Maria Radaelli
Marco Radaelli obtained his Cello diploma at the Conservatory "G.Verdi" of Milan (Italy) in 1997, under the guidance of M_ Marco Bernardin.
From 1997 to 2000, Marco attended the specialization courses at the Musical Academy Chigiana of Siena with M_ Mario Brunello (Cello) and M_ Koichiro Harada (Chamber Music). He attended Master Classes with M_ Enrico Dindo and M_ Frances Marie Uitti. From 1998 to 2002, Marco continued his Cello specialization studies at the "Teatro Cinghio" Musical Academy of Parma with M_ Enrico Bronzi, and concluded his 3-years High Specialization course at the "Romano Romanini" Foundation of Brescia with M. Mario Brunello.
During the academic year 1998/99, he was M_ Roberto Tarenzi’s teaching assistant for the String Quartet Class at the Conservatory "G. Verdi" of Milan.
In 2000/2001 he attended successfully (as Principal Cellist) the Academy of the "Teatro alla Scala" of Milan.
Since 2001, Marco Radaelli is member of the "Farben Ensemble", specialized in the XX century and contemporary repertoires. With the Ensemble he won several national competitions and the first prize at the "Orpheus prijs 2004" of Antwerpen.
Marco Maria Radaelli is Cellist for the "Ensemble Risognanze" since his foundation, and carries out many concerts in the biggest European cities and in the most important International Contemporary Music Festivals.
Marco played at the "I suoni delle Dolomiti" festival with the 12-Cello Orchestra "Villa Lobos" with Mario Brunello, and with "12 cellists of Teatro alla Scala". In 2006 Marco Radaelli won the Chamber Music competition "Rotary Milano" playing in the Violin-Cello Duet.
He contracts with the "Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala" in the role of Cello Section (2004/05) and Co-principal Cello (2006/07). Since 2007 Marco has been invited to play the role of Principal Cello with the "Camerata Salzburg" and "Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino". Marco plays in several National Orchestras ("Filarmonica della Scala di Milano", "Orchestra Sinfonica della RAI di Torino", "Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini di Parma", "I Pomeriggi Musicali", "Archi della Scala", "Symphonica Toscanini", ", I Virtuosi della Scala", and others) and International ("Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana", "Camerata Salzburg") under the guide of musicians like D.Baremboim, S.Bychkov, M.W.Chung R.Chailly, G.Dudamel, V.Gergiev D.Harding, R.Muti, G.Pretre, Y.Temirkanov (...) in the world most important Concert Halls.