The Academy of Music and the City of Poznan sincerely invite to the open lecture given by Professor Francesco di Rosa "The greatest solo hautboy parts in the Italian symphonic and opera repertoire". The lecture will be held on 15 April 2019 at 6.30 PM in the Blue Hall of the Academy of Music ul. Święty Marcin 18. The lecture will be preceded by concert at 6.00 PM.
Francesco Di Rosa has been the oboe soloist of the Orchestra dell' Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome since 2008.He was born in Montegranaro, Italy in 1967, and studied oboe with Luciano Franca and Maurice Bourgue.From 1994 to 2008, he was the oboe soloist of the Teatro alla Scala directed by Riccardo Muti and Daniel Barenboim.Francesco won the second prize for Oboe competition in Zurich "Jugendmusik Wettbewerb" in 1988 and 6 other competitions of national chamber of music.He has been featured as a soloist under the direction of maestros Riccardo Muti, Myung Wun Chung, Ton Koopman, Antonio Pappano, and has performed in some of the world's finest concert venues, including Musikverein in Vienna, Teatro alla Scala, Musikhalle in Hambourg, Tonhalle in Zurich, the auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, Teatro Coliseo in Buenos Aires and Bunka Kaikan in Tokyo.Francesco has also been invited to perform as principal oboe iwith prestigious orchestras such as Berliner Philharmoniker, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Mahler Chamber, Camerata Salzburg, Mozart Orchestra of Claudio Abbado , Orchestre National de France and Orchestre de la Suisse Romande of Genève.He has recorded a huge collection of oboe literature on the EMI, Thymallus, Bongiovanni, Preiser Records, Musicom, Real Sound, Tactus, Dad Records, Aulia and Brilliant labels, as well as for the magazine Amadeus.He is the oboe teacher at the Santa Cecilia Academy in Rome.Francesco has been the vice president of the Scala Philharmonic and currently serves as the art director of "Amici della Musica di Montegranaro." He is also a founding member of "Musicians for Human Rights" of the Orchestra of human rights.Francesco Di Rosa plays the Buffet Crampon Oboe "Virtuose"