Marco Moresco graduated from the Conservatorium of Pescara with a Diploma in Pianoforte (with E. Ponziani) and Composition (with E. Alandia). He has a Diploma in Conducting (with D. Losavio) from the Conservatorium of Foggia.

Following this at the Academy of Music of Pescara he obtained Masters Degree in Pianoforte (with B. Mezzena), Composition (with E. Alandia) and Conducting (with D. Renzetti, G. Serembe and A. Francis).
As pianist collaborated with musicians such as M. Bacelli, R. Bruson, L. Gallo, A. Di Toro and
J. Adamonyte.

As conductor Marco has directed the Abruzzo Symphony Orchestra (world premiere of Miserere by F. Masciangelo and the International Horn CompetitionD. Ceccarossi” ), the A.M.P. Orchestra, the “B. Marcello” Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of the Conservatorium of Foggia, the Bulgarian State Orchestra, the Taipei Century Chamber Soloists at Taiwan, the Marrucino Theatre Orchestra (Cavalleria Rusticana e Messa di Gloria, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Il Matrimonio segreto, Carmen, L'Italiana in AlgeriMadama Butterfly), the Orchestra “U. Giordano” of Foggia, the Orchestra of the Conservatorium of Pescara (Gianni Schicchi) and the Opera Orchestra of Teramo (Otello, La Cenerentola, Macbeth), Boheme with Plovdiv State Orchestra tournée in Holland. He revised and conducted the modern world premiere of G. Braga’s opera Il Ritratto for the Teramo Opera Season. He was assistant conductor in different productions (La Traviata, I Pagliacci, Le nozze di Figaro, Tosca, Rigoletto, Falstaff).

Much in demand as a pianist, Marco has played with various chamber ensemble groups including “Nuove forme sonore” and the “Tosti Ensemble”. In Italy he has appeared at the Acquario Romano, Sagra Malatestiana, Barattelli Concert Society, Palazzina Liberty, Sagra Musicale of Umbria, Oratorio of Gonfalone and for the Friends of Teatro Regio at Turin. He has performed many world premieres overseas: Villeneuve-le-roi (Paris), St. Cecila’s Hall (Edinborough) and at the National Recital Hall (Taipei). In 2000, 2005 and 2006 he performed on tour in the principal cities and music venues in Australia and South Africa.
He also worked in 2008 with Salisburg Festspiele as a Korrepetitor for a production of “Le Nozze di Figaro” in tournée in Japan.
Recently with the mezzosoprano J. Adamonyte as a duet they won several first prizes at international competition such as Renata Tebaldi, Maria Caniglia, Ottavio Ziino.
He has given Masterclasses held by the Florida State University, the Conservatorium of Western Australia, the Xavier School of Melbourne, the Conservatorium of Music in Hobart, the International Opera Academy in Osimo, the Aletheia University in Taipei and the Wales International Academy of Voice in Cardiff.
Marco has performed as official repetiteur in the International Vocal Competitions: “A. Catalani” at Ostra, “M. Lanza” at Tocco da Casauria, the “Domenico Ceccarossi” at Orsogna, the Operimberg competition in Salzburg and Solti Accademia di Bel Canto.

He has recorded for ABC Classics in Australia, Bongiovanni Records in Bologna (Il Ritratto by G. Braga and The English Songs by F. P. Tosti), for the Di Iorio Foundation and a Monography on P. Hindemith for the Dynamics label. He has been one of the pianists that recorded the whole F. P. Tosti chamber romance collection for Brilliant Classic.
His many original compositions include music for Chamber Music Ensembles, Orchestral, Vocal and Theatrical Groups. He wrote reduction to the piano vocal-score of Piccolo quia vidisti and Tantum ergo of F.P. Tosti for Ricordi BMG.

The live CD recording of Il Ritratto attracted high praise from the French critic Y. Buldrini: The conductor Marco Moresco drew out a wonderful sound from the orchestral players…who responded with beautiful precision to all of his requests, the orchestral result was at the same time a sweet and strong, tormented and drammatic soundscape.

Marco teachs Piano accompaniment at the Conservatorium of Pescara.
He is also Artistic Secretary of Abruzzo Symphonic Orchestra.

Currently he's Resident Conductor of Abruzzo Symphonic Orchestra.


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