|MARCO LO MUSCIO was born in Rome (1971). Marco is one of the most versatile musicians of his generation: organist, pianist, composer and the Italian collaborator of John and Steve Hackett (Genesis). He graduated in piano with full honours “Cum Laude” at "Licinio Refice" academy of music guided by Maestro Tonino Maiorani, and later studied for three years with the great pianist Sergio Fiorentino attaining the Diploma of Advanced Studies with full honours at the academy "Bartolomeo Cristofori". He also graduated in Pedagogy "Cum Laude", guided by prof. Giulio Sforza, in the University of "Rome Tre", and in organ with prof. James Edward Goettsche. He has given more than 700 concerts as part of organ and piano festivals at important venues such as: “Grand Hall of Philharmonia Shostakovic” and “Glinka Capella” in St. Petersburg; International Arts Centre “Svetlanov Hall”, St. Mary Cathedral in Moscow; Westminster Cathedral in London, Hull City Hall, St. Martin Church in Salisbury, and in the cathedrals of Canterbuty, Lichfield, Chester, Blackburn, Rochester, Gloucester, Norwich, Lincoln, Coventry, Truro, St. David and Sheffield; St. Nicholas Church in Leipzig, Magdeburg Cathedral, Church of the Queen of Denmark in Copenhagen, etc...Marco's music for organ and piano is published by the Italian firm “Erreffe Musica”, and has been played by renowned musicians such as John Scott, Christopher Herrick, Stephen Farr, Kevin Bowyer, David Briggs, Carson Cooman, John Hackett, Roger Sayer, Michael Eckerle, Alessandro Bianchi, Massimo Nosetti, Aivars Kalejs, Andrew Canning, Fredrik Sixten, Johannes Skudlik,etc...His work has captured the attention of great musicians like Rick Wakeman, Keith Emerson, Steve Hackett, and the CDs "The Book of Bilbo and Gandalf" and “Playing the History”, was compiled with the cooperation of PÃ¤r Lindh, David Jackson, John and Steve Hackett. Marco begins to work in 2013 with the famous British label Priory Records and North Star Media in Detroit.|
Updated: April 14, 2013
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