HIGH PERFOMANCE COURSE IN SAXOPHONE: M. MARIO MARZI
The AGM association, which has always been active in music education, organizes the “Annual specialization courses”. The project includes a series of training meetings with important masters of the musical field
The AGM Academy, which has always been active in music education, organizes the “Annual specialization courses”. The project includes a series of training meetings with important masters in the musical field.
VENUE OF THE COURSES
The location of the lessons will be in via Largo Terenzio Mamiani n.13 Pesaro (PU), easily reachable on foot in a few minutes from the Pesaro train station.
Additional venues for the concerts may be identified.
PERFORMANCE OF THE COURSES
The specialization course includes four meetings to be held during the academic year. Two lessons are guaranteed for each meeting. At least 2 concerts will be organized during and at the end of the course, including a final concert with ensemble, in which the participants will perform as a public verification of what they have studied.
*The presence of the accompanying pianist is not foreseen. It is possible to request the presence of a pianist provided by the Academy**
The courses are open to all students and professionals of Italian and foreign nationality. It is possible to attend the course both as effective students and as auditors.
METHOD OF ENROLLMENT
To enroll in a specialization course, simply fill in the online form and pay the enrollment and attendance fees
Students who cannot complete the cycle of lessons of the specialization course in which they are enrolled must communicate their withdrawal to the teaching secretariat in writing, but will not in any case be exempt from paying the tuition fee.
FOR INFO ON THE ADVANCED COURSE
DOCENTE: MARIO MARZI
Mario Marzi, winner of nine national and four international competitions, has performed with the most important symphony orchestras, including the RAI Symphony Orchestra of Turin, the Accademia naz. di Santa Cecilia”, “Arena di Verona”, “Teatro Comunale di Firenze”, “Teatro alla Fenice di Venezia”, “Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana” and “
For twenty years he has been working with the “Teatro alla Scala” and with the “Filarmonica della Scala” under the direction of today’s conductors R. Muti, C. M. Giulini, G. Prètre, L. Maazel, L. Berio, S. Bychkov, G Sinopoli, W. Sawallisch, M. W. Chung, G. Dudamel, C. Abbado, R. Chailly and D. Harding.
He often plays with Mr. Riccardo Muti and is regularly invited to join Mr. Zubin Mehta and the “Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino” on a concert tour.
He has played in famous national and international festivals such as the “Biennale di Venezia”, “Settembre Musica”, “La Scala di Milano”, “Accademia Filarmonica di Roma” or “Ravenna Festival”. Other concerts took place in Salzburg, Athens, Madrid, St. Petersburg and Mexico City, as well as in prestigious halls and theaters such as the “Carnegie Hall” in New York, the “Suntory Hall” in Tokyo, the “Gewandhaus” in Leipzig, the “Musikverein” in Vienna, the “Schauspielhaus” in Berlin, the “La
He devoted himself to the repertoire of the 20th century and some of the most significant contemporary works for the saxophone are dedicated to him.
He has recorded for EMI, Edipan, Stradivarius, Agora, BMG and Sony Classical. His he CD of the principal saxophone concertos for soloist and orchestra, which he recorded with “G. Orchestra Sinfonica Verdi” conducted by H. Schellemberger, was recently published in Italy by Amadeus and is now published internationally on ARTS (München). He’s Rico’s approver.
Marzi teaches saxophone to “G. The Verdi Conservatory in Milan offers postgraduate courses and master classes in Porto, Amsterdam, Lisbon, Frankfurt, Beijing, Vienna, London, Washington, Sydney, Denver and Caracas, within the framework of the Abreu (El Sistema) project.
Member of the jury in the main saxophone competition, including Dinant in 2010, he is responsible for Italy for Gerry Mulligan’s publisher. He is also the author of several educational scores for Carisch.
His book Il Saxofono Zecchini Ed. was published in October 2009.
Sky Classica dedicated an episode of the music program “Notabili” to him.