Francesco Moretti

Pianist and musicologist, since his first work experience he gets in contact with prestigious musical institutions like the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia and the Institution of Concerts of La Sapienza University in Rome (IUC), the Concerts Society (Società B. Baratteli) in L’Aquila, the Central Institut for Sounds and Audiovisual Heritage (Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities in Italy), the Italian Musicological Society, the Italian Foundation for Ancient Music, the Rome Chamber Music Festival.

In 2009 and 2010 he is the Artistic Secretary of the Belcanto Section of the Reate Festival in Italy, international festival of classical music, jazz, theater and dance under the artistic direction of Bruno Cagli, which he became also his personal assistant.

In this occasion he collaborates with renowned artists such as Kent Nagano, Carmela Remigio, Alex Esposito, Anja Harteros, Monica Bacelli, Rosa Feola, Paolo Bordogna, Jessica Pratt, Michele Campanella, Riccardo Minasi.

He is guest and organizer of cultural high profile events as the Interdisciplinary Convention Percorsi della Memoria (Memory Paths) in the Tor Vergata University in Rome (March 2007), the International Convention on Belcanto L’italiano, una lingua per il canto (The Italian a language for singing) in Rieti (May 2010). He realizes particular exhibitions as Alla ricerca dei suoni perduti (In search of lost sounds) based on the prestigious and unique Fernanda Giulini Collection of ancient instruments.

He covered the role of artistic secretary of the Orchestra Italiana del Cinema (Italian Film Orchestra), the only italian orchestra specilized in performances of famous soundtracks and rare film music, working on original and successful productions as the first live italian concert of the great award winnig modern silent film The Artist in 2012 Ravello Festival, with the special participation of the composer Ludovic Bource at the piano.

He is also the artistic coordinator of the Young Talents Orchestra EY (Ernst & Young), the first italian youth orchestra substained by a private company, with which he organized concerts in some of the most important theatres and concert hall in Italy, with soloists as Francesca Dego, Salvatore Accardo and Rosa Feola and the musical direction of Carlo Rizzari, musical assistant to Antonio Pappano in Rome and conductor of international breath.

From 2017 he is the personal assistant to the General Director of the Rome Chamber Music Festival.

He has been the artistic coordinator of the inaugural events for the new Cultural Centre Kirchner in Buenos Aires (Argentina) together with artists as Martha Argerich and Luis Bacalov.

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