Fornero Maurizio

Maurizio Fornero 

He holds a diploma in Organ music and Organ composition, as well as a diploma in Piano and in Harpsichord, all of them achieved at the “G. Verdi” Conservatory of Torino. After that, he also took a full-honours degree in Harpsichord. In 1992 he was the sole representative at the Organ Festival finals in Bolton (Great Britain). By specializing himself in the philological production of the ancient repertoire, he has been performed since many years an intensive concert activity as a soloist and in chamber formations. He has played both in international and national festivals of ancient and baroque music such as the “Musica en Catedral” Festival in Astorga (Spain), “Van Vlaanderen” in Bruges (Belgium), “The international Festival of the Haugue and Utrecht” (Holland), “L’Altro Suono-Musical Union” in Turin, The “Festival Monteverdiano” in Cremona, as well as the Turin “Settembre Musica” event and the Bologna Festival. He executed on national and international radio ( Rai Radio Tre, Rai filodiffusione and Belgian Radio 3, Spanish Classic Radio). He works, as organist and cymbalist, with the National Symphonic Orchestra (Rai), the Turin Regio Theatre, The Montis Regalis Academy Foundation, the vocal group “Daltrocanto” and the Philarmonic Choir “R. Maghini”. He has recorded numerous ancient and chamber music compact discs (XVI, XVII, XVIII authors) published by Stradivarius, Opus 111, Syrius and Niccolò record companies. He is also the founder of the “I Musici di Santa Pelagia” ensemble, with whom he recorded the Christmas Mass by Alessandro Scarlatti, in co-production with the vocal ensemble “Festina Lente” of Rome, and lastly the “Santa Pelagia Oratorio” by A. Stradella (Stradivarius). Both of them are unpublished recording . He taught the Basso Continuo subject at the Conservatory of Turin in 2006 and 2009 and, actually, he is the Director of the Civic Music Institut of Mondovì (Cuneo).

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