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Maria Mosconi

Viola

Maria Mosconi is a complete artist whose versatility allows her to approach different musical genres from baroque to classical, jazz and contemporary music. She is invited as a soloist in various productions and numerous international festivals.

 

She collaborates with small chamber ensembles or chamber orchestras and performs throughout lʼannee on the largest French and European stages. From 2012 his first chamber music records (Dolce Volta, Aparte, Dux and Timpani) were released as part of the Ensemble Contrast and with many artists such as the Ensemble Initium, Karol Beffa, Karine Deshayes, Emmanuel Ceysson, Alexandra Soumm. After studying music at the Conservatoire Superieur de Paris and two First Prizes in Alto and Chamber Music, Maria Mosconi perfected her skills in Tasso Adamopoulos' class at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique de Lyon and obtained the First Prize unanimously in 2003.

 

Also a baroque musician, Maria Mosconi won the first prize for beaked pants and performed as a soloist on the baroque viola with Kenneth Weiss at the Festival d' Aix en Provence. Maria Mosconi is a permanent member of several ensembles such as Le Concert de La Loge Olympique, Les Forces Majeures, l' Orchestre de Chambre Pelleas, le Cercle de l' Harmonie sur instrument classique whose many recordings (Naive, Virgin Classics, Aparte,) have been acclaimed by critics. She is also a member of an artistic collective, c o d e, which defends today's orchestral music, whether classical or original.

 

In May 2012, Maria Mosconi created, alongside Alexandra Soumm and Paloma Kouider, the Esperanz'Arts Charitable Association whose main mission is to bring art in various forms to people who have been excluded from society.

 

Maria Mosconi has been creating shows since 2008 combining literature, stage art and chamber music, and in 2012 her last show "Le Transmusiberien" has already been produced in several music festivals. In jazz, she collaborates with saxophonist Lisa Cat-Berro on her album Inside Air (Gaya Production), as well as with Yaron Herman, but she is also part of numerous cross-functional collaborations with Albin de la Simone, Sage, Christine and the Queens.