Marco Reghezza



Marco Reghezza, Graduated in Piano (1991) and Composition (1999) at the State Conservatory “Ghedini” (Cuneo). He achieved a Degree in Modern Literatures at the State University (Genoa, 1994). His music has been presented and performed in several European countries, North America, Japan, Australia and broadcasted by RadioRai3 (Italy), Bulgarian National Radio (BNR), Spanish National Radio, Austrian National Radio (ORF), Vatican Radio, Radio Cemat, Déjate TV, Costa Noreste Televisión (Spain), Canal Sevilla Radio TV, TVE24h International (Spain), RadioCapital (Argentina), CanalSur (Seville), ….......


Awarded or mentioned in more than 50 international and national composition competitions. His music has been published in Italy, Germany and France; performed in the Ligurian Festival of the Composer 2019 and 2021 (Genoa) and in the final of “Premio Strega” 2014 and 2020, the most important Italian Prize for the literature.


The Malta International Music Competition has requested his new music for solo violin for the second round of the edition MIMC 2021 Category II. The Brussels Symphony Orchestra presented his transcriptions of famous music at New Year's concerts in 2019 and 2020. In 2013 he was requested by José Manuel De La Fuente, director of the Royal Foundation of Spain 'Atarazanas' (Seville), to create a new lyric opera celebrating the 500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation of the Earth done by Ferdinand Magellan (1519-2019) and the recent establishment of the “Red Mundial Ciudades Magallanicas” (Global Network Magellan Cities). The work, composed with Giovanni Scapecchi, already presented to Pope Francis, is now a project of national interest of the Spanish and Portuguese governments and involves artists such as Placido Domingo, Gustavo Dudamel, Carlos Alvarez, Israel Lozano, Ainhoa Arteta, Oliver Diaz, Luciano Miotto, Sachika Ito....

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He is professor of Theory/Composition in the high school of music (Liceo Musicale) “Giordano Bruno” in Albenga (Savona, Italy).