Artist in residence
2022 – 2023 – 2024
Artist in residence
In today’s world the management of arts and culture becomes more and more complex. The Conservatory, academy of music, no longer has the exclusivity of the formation just as the concert hall, the theater and the museum have lost their exclusivity in offering art. Each artistic sector looks for a wider public and experiments different systems and operability. In the case of the “artist in residence” used by many concert organizers, there is a contract based upon a project with a particular artist chosen for its fame or through a concourse, or for his or her ability to interact with the territory, or just for the wish to sustain or reward an artist. The Trento Filarmonica is using this method since 2015, at first with “La Piccola Orchestra Lumière” (which contributed with a lot of interaction to the Filarmonica’s concert program) then with the young Italian pianist Filippo Gorini who concentrated mostly on his formation.
The third triennium will be Daniel Roscia’s. Again a young Italian artist, a clarinetist with whom the Filarmonica wants to dialogue with the territory rich in wind instrument players, students, teachers and amateurs. His energy and his experience matured in many European countries will be available to the public with a series of concerts which call first range artists on the stage. The activities connected to the residential artist will be available on this page.
Biography Daniel Roscia
In 2016, he graduated with honors (110/110) from the “F.A. Bonporti” Conservatory in Riva del Garda, Italy, where he studied clarinet under the guidance of Professor Lorenzo Guzzoni, and also perfected his skills on the bass clarinet with the same teacher, as well as with Davide Pietro Lattuada and Paul Richards. He has collaborated, and still collaborates, with various orchestras such as the Budapest Festival Orchestra, Orchestra Nazionale della Rai, Euyo, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica India, Orchestra Spira Mirabilis, Orchestra del Festival Pianistico Internazionale di Brescia e Bergamo, and Orchestra del Conservatorio F.A. Bonporti di Trento. He has also participated in the Trentino Music Festival during the Music Academy International courses in New York. He was a member of the European Union Youth Orchestra (EUYO) from 2015 to 2018, the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival Orchestra in 2017, and the Orchestra Nazionale dei Conservatori from 2012 to 2016, and he was also selected for the Italian Youth Orchestra and the Orchestra del Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza. He has attended masterclasses with Mate Bekavac, Charles Neidich, Calogero Palermo, Andreas Sundin, Johannes Peitz, and Lorenzo Coppola. In 2015, he won the first prize in the clarinet section of the “Premio Abbado” competition held by the Italian Ministry of Education, and was also selected by the Budapest Festival Orchestra as a clarinet and bass clarinet apprentice for a year, which was then extended until today. In 2016, he performed as a soloist on the tour of the Benso Orchestra in some of the major cities of Serbia and northern Italy. He has also performed with internationally renowned conductors such as Ivan Fischer, Bernard Haitink, Marek Janowski, Christoph Eschenbach, Gianandrea Noseda, and Vasily Petrenko. He is a founding member of the European Chamber Ensemble, as well as a member of “Corde in Aria,” a piano and clarinet duo formed in 2013, and “Quadrophobia,” a quartet formed in 2010 (clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, and bass clarinet). In the summer of 2012, he recorded the CD “In Quattro” with them. Finally, since 2017, he has been a Legerè Artist (in collaboration with Quadrophobia) and a Silverstein Artist.
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