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Federico Mosè Benigni


Federico Mosè Benigni, born in Rome April 18, 1991, is about to conclude his studies at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome under the guidance of Stefano Pagliani, with whom he has so far achieved results rather than brilliant.
With Francesco Manara and David Romano, to date, he is studying and perfecting the repertoire technical-virtuosistic and as first orchestral part.
He also attended masterclasses by Pasquale Pellegrino and Pierangelo Negri and studied with Buffa e il Crosta.

He is currently carrying out a process of specialization in baroque ensemble music with Riccardo Minasi, focusing on historical-musical research inherent to the performance practice in eighteenth-century. As part of this research is also following the advanced course of baroque violin with maestro Enrico Gatti at the Conservatory of Rome, and he is improving with Marco Serino.

He is the founder and concertmaster of the orchestra "Arches of Rome", with which he mainly pursues his concert activity throughout the country. He also is the solo part of the advanced JuniOrchestra the National Academy of S. Cecilia and violinist in the ensemble Hortus Conclusus of Benevento.

Already 'Concertino dei primi violini con obbligo di sostituzione della spalla' at the "FAO Philharmonic Orchestra" and a member of the "FAO String Quartet," has worked with the Orchestra of the Conservatory of S. Cecilia, playing under the direction of Pedro Oltra and Massimo Pradella, with the Youth Orchestra of the Academy Advanced "S. Cecilia" in Rome under the guidance of Carlo Rizzari and in 2011, with the World Youth Orchestra, participating in musicaRivafestival under the guidance of D.Giuranna, M. Bohemians and I. Karabtchevsky.

He played several times in the presence of the Holy Father, Benedict XVI. He also performed in the festival "I Solisti della Scala" for the City of Arzachena-Portocervo the summer of 2010, receiving an honorable mention as a younger artist of the music festival. Recently he has also collaborated with the Baroque Orchestra of the Conservatory of Benevento, performing the complete concertos for violin and orchestra by J. S. Bach, which is expected the recording.

He also initiated the formation of a duo with pianist Francesco Marano, former artist
in award-winning music festivals, youth festivals and competitions.
Since two years, has accompanied the study and his concert activities with educational activities.

He plays a violin F. Pirrot, France 1790 and a Silvestre-Maucotel bow.


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