Alessandro Nasello
Chamber music
Baroque bassoon & Dulcian
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Alessandro Nasello completed his studies of the recorder and the historical bassoon at the conservatory in Palermo and further enhanced his skills in a number of master classes (Dan Laurin, Michael Form, Antonio Politano, Alberto Grazzi, Giorgio Mandolesi, Frank Forst, Alberto Santi a Alberto Guerra). Within the Erasmus project he also studied at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles with Alain de Rijcher and Jean Tubéry. He performs at prestigious concert halls on regular basis (Konzerthaus and Musikverein in Vienna, Champs Elysée and Philarmonie in Paris, Tonhalle Maag in Zurich, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, CCB in Lisbon and others. He has participated in many early music festivals and other projects all over Europe with ensembles including Accademia Bizantina, Orchestra Barocca Europea “Eubo”, Zefiro, Modo Antiquo, Hofkapelle Esterhazy, La Verdi Barocca, Accademia barocca di Santa Cecilia di Roma, Arianna Art Ensemble, La Risonanza, Antonio il Verso consort, Fondazione Teatro Massimo di Palermo, Ad Mosam and Les Elements under the leadership of such personalities as Onofri, Antonini, Dantone, S. Kuijken, Minasi, Sinkovsky, Alarcon, Mortensen, Bonizzoni, Sardelli, Bernardini, Jais, Schifani, Cartosio, Russo or Inguaggiato. With the early music Ensemble Alessandro Scarlatti from Palermo he won the “Premio delle Arti” state award in 2010 as well as second place in the “Maurizio Pratola” competition . As a soloist he won second prize in the first national recorder competition held in the Italian city of Padua, and first prize in the “Maria Elisa Di Fatta” competition (2009). In 2012 he got an award at the 9th Premio delle arti competition. He has recorded music for the DECCA, ORF and Overplay labels. He teaches the recorder at the Regina Margherita music grammar school. He also works as a teacher of the recorder and chamber play at the Festival di Musica Antica di Gratteri and at conservatory courses in Palermo.

About The Class

Baroque bassoon & Dulcian

Chamber music

Level Of Skills Required

all levels

Maximum number of students

Chamber music: 15 / Baroque bassoon & Dulcian: 10

Teaching Languages

Italian, English, French