Luca Magariello

Luca Magariello was born in 1989, the young talent began to study cello at the Suzuki School in Turin, and graduated from Turin Conservatory, aged 16, with the highest grade and praises studying with Antonio Mosca. From the age of 6 he toured with the Suzuki Orchestra in Italy and abroad,gaining a vast experience and reputation as soloist and orchestral cellist. After his graduation he continued his studies with some of the most important cellists such as Mario Brunello, Giovanni Sollima, Philippe Muller; but decisive will be his encounter with Enrico Dindo and Enrico Bronzi, to whom he entrusted his artistic and musical growth.
He was a finalist at the 5th Antonio Janigro International Competition in Zagreb, and in June 2010 won the Khachaturian International Cello Competition in Yerevan (Armenia); this prestigious achievement will lead Luca to an International soloist career: He has performed as soloist in Slovenia, Romania, Albania, Japan, Macedonia, Armenia and Belgium under the batton of conductors like Guy Braunstein, Sergey Sambatyan, Filip Pavisic, Mikk Uleoja, Mario Brunello. He plays as soloist with the Soloists of Zagreb, Philarmonie Orchestra of Zagreb, State Youth Orchestra of Armenia, Durres Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra del Teatro la Fenice, Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana.
He has a duo with the pianist Cecilia Novarino, studying with the Trio di Parma. They are often invited to play for important musical seasons in Italy and abroad such as Lubiana University, Società della musica in Mantova, Unione Musicale and MITO in Torino, Società della musica di Mantova, Hulencourt Chamber Music di Bruxelles, Festival di Musica da Camera di Cervo, with succesfull critics and public acclaim.

Luca Magariello, in duo or other ensembles, performs in the most important musical institutions and theaters like Teatro la Fenice of Venezia, Teatro Regio of Torino, Lingotto of Torino, Teatro Verdi of Trieste. He recorded Haydn cello Concertos ( Fregoli Music – Red Dress 2010), the complete work: Saint Saens’s Piano Quartets Brilliant Classics, 2012, with Avos Quartet, ( winning Vittorio Gui and Trio di Trieste Chamber Music Competition); Hummel Complete piano Trio, Brillian Classics 2014 and Mjiaskovskij Cello Sonatas 2017 (Brilliant Classics)

He won the competition as Principal Cello of the Gran Teatro la Fenice Orchestra of Venice on 2015, and in 2019 he left this role for the same position in Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana.
From 2013 he works in the Camerata Salzburg as Guest Principal Cello
Luca teaches in Accademia di Musica, International Academy of Imola and Milano Master School of Music.

Luca Magariello is First Cello of the Orchestra Sinfonica Nationale RAI.

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