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Francesco D'Innocenzo


Francesco D'Innocenzo, born in Rome on December 17, 1992, began to study the cello with Maestro Laura Pierazzuoli, in 2008 he was a student of the Maestro Silvia Muci with which he passes to the study of the double bass. Since 2010 he has joined the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in the class of Maestro Massimo Giorgi, where he is currently attending the fifth year of study course.

April 2012 was ranked second in the lower session of the National Competition Design for Double Bass "Werther-Emilio Benzi" of Alessandria.

Since 2009 he is a member of the Advanced JuniOrchestra and JuniOrchestra Young of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, under the direction of Carlo Rizzari, Antonio Pantaneschi and Simone Genuini with whom he has performed in numerous concerts in the Auditorium Parco della Musica of Rome, in the Sala Nervi of the Vatican City, the Festival of Ravello. He took part in the event "Night Tricolore" on the Piazza del Campidoglio in occasion of the celebrations of the unification of Italy, in a concert with the Choir of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, conducted by Maestro Ciro Visco in the Vatican Basilica of St. Peter for the celebration of 60 years of priesthood of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI and a series of concerts in the seasons 2010/2011 and 2011/2012 in the Orchestra da Camera di Mantova.

He collaborated with the Wind Orchestra of Japanese high school under the guidance of Master Eiichi Yuichi Toyama and Takubo, for the realization of a few concerts at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome.

Since 2011 is a member in the Orchestra Papillon with which he was invited in July 2011 to a series of concerts as part of the IX Festival Cantus Saliburgensis in the Golden Hall of the Mozarteum in Mirabellgarden and Salzburg Cathedral.

He has worked in February 2012 with the International Orchestra of Rome on the occasion of the celebrations of the year Menottiano in Spoleto.

Actively participated in master classes sponsored by the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia with the Masters Klaus Stoll and Edicson Ruiz and master of Maestro Antonio Sciancalepore organized by the Accademia Musicale Clivis.


Federico Benigni Ferruccio Vignanelli
Nicola Bossone Alfonso Bossone
Alessandro Muller David Romano

Violins: Federico Mosè Benigni, Nicola Bossone, Gennaro Cardaropoli, Maria Teresa De Sanio, Marco Lorenzo Nocera, Ferruccio Vignanelli

Violas: Alfonso Bossone, Matteo Mizera

Cellos: Alessandro Maria Muller, Laura Pascali

Doublebass: Francesco D'Innocenzo

Harpsichord: Luca Oddo

Coaching: David Romano