After a very early start of his musical studies through
his family (which has a long tradition of stringed instrument
players), Marco Rogliano got his Violin degree at the
"S. Cecilia Conservatory" in Rome (where he
was born in 1967) under the guidance of Antonio Salvatore.
Particularly meaningful for his interpretative education has
been his following work at the Mozarteum in Salzburg with
Ruggiero Ricci, the Chigiana Academy in Siena with Riccardo
Brengola and the Stauffer Academy in Cremona with Salvatore
Accardo. He soon attained international recognition, receiving
prizes in various competitions, including the "V.Bucchi"
Contest in Rome (1988), the "Young Soloists Selection"
in Helsingborg(Sweden-1989), the "47^ International ARD
Competition" in Munich(1998)and the "East and West
Artists Intern. Selection" in New York(2002).
Rogliano made his first international debut as a soloist in
1989 performing the Sibelius Violin Concerto in Sweden with
the Helsingborg Symphony Orch. conducted by Ari Rasilainen.
Afterward he has played with Orchestras such as Moscow
Radio Symph. at the Ciajkovskij Hall, Berliner Symphoniker
at the Berlin Philharmony Hall, RAI Symph.Orch. in Turin,
Sicily Symph.Orch. in Palermo, Italian Chamber Orch.,
Pomeriggi Musicali Symph.Orch. in Milan with conductors
like Lior Shambadal, Gunter Neuhold, Salvatore Accardo,
Franco Petracchi, Marco Angius, Tito Ceccherini.
In July 2009 he made his debut in China playing the Paganini Violin Concerto n.4 with the Macao Symph.Orch. for the Season Closing Concert.
Furthermore he played for recitals in famous international
contests like the S. Petersburg Philharmony Hall, the
Weill Recital Hall at the New York Carnegie Hall, the
Tokyo Casals Hall and Asahi Hall, the Munich Prinzregententheater
and Herkulessaal, the S. Cecilia Academy Hall, the Alla
Scala theatre, the Parma and Turin "Teatro Regio".
He has collaborated with artists such as Reiko Watanabe, Ingolf
Turban, Bruno Giuranna, Danilo Rossi, Enrico Dindo, Hansjorg
Schellenberger, Alexander Lonquich, Gianluca Luisi, Roberto
Cominati, Andrea Lucchesini, Shuku Iwasaki, Koichiro Arada,
Lucio Gallo. His performances have been broadcasted by RAI,
Radio France, Bayerischer Rundfunk.
He won the "Diapason d’Or" with his recording
of "Allegoria della Notte" for Vl. and orch.
by S. Sciarrino for Kairos (more
details here), and his 25 Caprices by N. Paganini
for Tactus (the second italian after Accardo) were acclaimed
by magazines like Fanfare, Gramophone, Diapason (5 stars)
and Le Monde de la Musique (4 stars). Furthermore he's
dedicated particular attention on bringing out many
italian rarities for violin in XIXth and XXth century,
recording for the first time the Humoreske and Leggenda
for Violin and Orchestra by O. Respighi for Inedita,
the complete works with piano by O. Respighi, the complete
works with harp by L.M. Tedeschi, the Violin Sonata
and Poemetto by A. Zanella, the Four Seasons by A.Vivaldi
together with "Seasons" by A.Guarnieri (best
CD Amadeus) for Tactus.
Other important productions were the Naxos CD of the
Piano Quintet op.20 by Thuille and the Two Violin Sonatas
and Violin Suite op.14 by Ch. Sinding for ASV classical
acclaimed by magazines like Fanfare, American Records
Guide, BBC Music (4 stars) and many others.
He's been particularly appreciated by many contemporary
composers dedicating their works to him like S. Sciarrino,
A. Guarnieri, G. Manca, G. Taglietti, C. Galante, M.
Dall’Ongaro, C. Ambrosini, C. De Pirro, D. Nicolau,
F. Luque, G. D’Angiolini.
He is presently Chairman of Chamber Music and Violin at the
"G.B.Pergolesi"Conservatory of Fermo and Violin teacher at
the Pavia Music Academy with collegues like Danilo Rossi (viola) and
Enrico Dindo (cello).
He plays a violin by Nicola Bergonzi (Cremona,1790) trusted
from the Maggini Foundation of Langenthal in Switzerland.
His last important CD releases are dedicated to rarities
like the music with piano by Liszt (A. Dindo, piano)
for the magazine Amadeus, the first recording of the
complete works with piano by Thuille for Naxos (G. Luisi,
piano) and the First Recording of Sciarrino "Stagioni
Artificiali" for Vl. and ensemble (M. Angius, conductor)