Matteo Morbidelli, born in 2004, began studying the violin with Maestro Cecilia Silveri, then went on to study under Yulia Berinskaya, Carlo Maria Parazzoli and is currently studying with Marco Fiorini. He plays on a 2017 Andrea Shudtz violin. He was first violinist in the “Juniorchestra Young” of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, directed by Maestro Simone Genuini, with whom he had the opportunity to perform as a soloist in the Sala Santa Cecilia with Beethoven’s Romanza in G major and to work with famous musicians and conductors such as Salvatore Accardo, Igudesman and Joo, Giovanni Sollima, Stefano Bollani. He has performed in many concerts with pianist Svetlana Pekarskaya, ranging in classical and virtuosic repertoire. He has participated in numerous Masterclasses for solo violin with masters such as M. Vengerov, P. Vernikov S. Makarova, and for chamber music with H. Havanesian, V. Mendellsohn.
He was the winner of 2 summer Masterclasses (2018 and 2019) at the Orvieto Festival Of Strings, where he was followed in Violin courses, with the winner of the Paganini Competition Lenuta Ciulei and Maestro Sungsic Yang, and Chamber Music courses with renowned Masters from all over the world such as George Atanasiu, Taia Harlos, Constantin Negoita, Friedrich Geiersbach and Gabriel Bala-Ciolanescu. He is the winner of numerous national and international prizes such as “Anemos” (Rm), “Ciro Pinsuti” (Sinalunga-SI), “Chroma” (Rm), “7 note romane” (Rm), and was one of the 16 finalists in the international competition “il Piccolo Violino Magico” (2018). He is attending the third year of the three-year course in Violin at the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia in Rome. He attends the Avos Project international music school, where he follows a chamber music course followed by Maestros Mario Montore, Mirei Yamada, Alessio Pianelli and Riccardo Savinelli. He performed (in December 2021) at the Quirinale for the ceremony of handing over the flag to Italian athletes for the 2022 Winter Games in front of the President of the Italian Republic and many other authorities. He took part in the ‘Concertgebouworkest Young’ project (2022), which allowed him to allowed him to play as concertmaster, directed by Gustavo Gimeno, in the prestigious halls of Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and Elbphilarmonie in Hamburg. He took part in the ‘Verbier Festival’ (2022), having the opportunity to take part of the VFJO, an orchestral formation dedicated to young people, and with which played a symphonic and opera programme of high calibre, conducted by Roberto González-Monjas, Kent Nagano and Stanislav Kochanovsky