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Martino Moruzzi

Martino Moruzzi was born in August 9, 1996. In 2010, after joining the G. Nicolini Conservatory of Piacenza under the guidance of M. Paolo Beltramini, he graduated in 2016 with honors.

He has already won numerous national and international awards: second prize at the National Instrumental Competition: "Città di Giussano", first prize at the 15th edition of the "Riviera Etrusca" Competition of Piombino, third prize at the 22nd edition of the "International Music Competition" of Cortemilia in the Chamber Music section, two years in a row the scholarship offered by: "Trio Pakovsky" at the Conservatory of Piacenza, first overall prize at the National Instrumental Competition: "Città di Giussano" in the special category Chamber music.
During his academic career he attended several Master's courses with Andréas Sunden, Calogero Palermo, Shirley Brill, Davide Lattuada, Stefano Cardo, Paolo Beltramini, Wenzel Fuch, Janette Jonquil, Lorenzo Coppola. In 2015 he studied at the Chiagiana Academy of Siena as an actual student under the guidance of Alessandro Carbonare.

In 2017 he won the audition to study at the Academy of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. In 2019 he became an official member of the European Union Youth Orchestra (EUYO). He is currently studying in Stockholm at the KMH (Royal college Music of Stockholm) in order to attend the Clarinet Master's Orchestra under the guidance of M. Hermann Stefannson. From 2016 to 2018 he specialized with Calogero Palermo and Davide Lattuada at the Scatola Sonora Academy in Rome. He has also collaborated with many internationally renowned conductors and solists: Marco Pierobon, Susanne Bernhard, Bramwell Tovey, Lorenzo Coppola, Guido Campana, Davide Cabassi, Francesco Bossone, Donato Renzetti, Jordi Mora, Markus Poschner and Victoria Mullova. He has collaborated with L'Orchester Bruckner Akademie Muncher at the Herkulessaal of Munich, the Chamber Orchestra of Mantova, LaFil Orchestra Filarmonica di Milano, the Spira Mirabilis Orchestra, Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester and the Orchestra della Svizzera italiana (OSI).