Marcello Sirignano graduated in violin in 1988 and in jazz in 2005 at the Conservatorio di Musica S. Cecilia in Rome under the guidance of the masters Bruno Mollo, Mila Costisella and Paolo Damiani.

After graduating from violin, he continued to study with the masters Franco Tamponi and Pavel Vernikov and attended several chamber music courses with the Masters Marco Lenzi and Paolo Centurioni.

From 1990 he undertook jazz studies with Massimo Fedeli and attended courses at the Berklee College of Music in Boston held in Perugia.

Already as a student, he began an intense concert activity, collaborating with various institutions and musical seasons, including: Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo, Orchestra Regionale del Lazio, orchestra del Gonfalone, C.I.M.A., la Stravaganza, Instituzione Universitaria dei Concerti.

At the same time, he participates in numerous recordings of records and soundtracks both as a solo instrumentist and as an orchestra as well as as as an arranger and director.

In addition, he participates as a violinist in theatrical performances and television broadcasts.

As a jazz artist, he participated in concerts and recordings, collaborating with the most important Italian musicians, including: Enzo Pietropaoli, Roberto Gatto, Giovannni Tommaso, Bruno Tommazo, Tomaso Vittorini, Pietro Tonolo, Danilo Rea, Gabriele Mirabassi, Xavier Girotto, Massimo Nunzi, Battista Lena, Stefano Di Baptista, Salvatore Bonafede, Paolo Damiani, Maurizio Gianmarco, Giovanni Lo Cascio, Checco Marini.

In April 2006 she released her first album of original compositions with the participation of Stefano Di Battista and Danilo Rea edited by the label Camjazz distributed worldwide.

He is currently a member of the Danilo Rea Quintet and the S. Cecilia Jazz Quartet with Paolo Damiani and is a lecturer of the jazz violin course at the Saint Louis College of Music in Rome.


Collaborations and events

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