Giuseppe Mulè

musician

He comes from a family of artists (his grandfather was a composer and served as Director of the Conservatory of Rome after Ottorino Respighi) and graduated from Santa Cecilia at a young age, honing his training with musicians such as Franco Rossi, Dino Asciolla and Pavel Vernikov. An eclectic musician, he played a very active role in chamber music, both as a soloist and with an ensemble, participating in the Stagioni Concertistiche di Nuova Consonanza, Festival Pontino and the Pomeriggi di Milano. He has also collaborated with musicians of the caliber of Marco Rogliano, Franco Tamponi and Massimo Quarta. From 1996 with the ensemble “I Delfici”, and more recently with “Le Musiche Nuove”, he began regular collaborations with the mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli, playing solo cello and performing in international festivals and in the most prestigious venues in the world: Musikverein Graz, Schubertiade, Haydn Festspiele Eisenstadt, Wigmore Hall, Theater Champs Eliseés, Festival of Auvers-sur-Oise, Stora Salen Stockholm, Tonhalle Dusseldorf, Ludwigsburger Festspiele, Carnegie Hall, Rackham Auditorium Ann Arbor, Boston Symphony Hall, Roy Thompson Hall. Last winter he began a collaboration with Imaginarium, the ensemble created by Enrico Onofri, former first violin for Giardino Armonico and world-renowned soloist.

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