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Published on Aug 3, 2012
Following flute and university studies in Italy, Matteo Cesari received highest honors for his thesis on Berio's Harvard Lectures. He pursued flute studies with Mario Caroli at the Strasbourg Conservatoire, and is at present a doctoral student at the Conservatoire de Paris, studying with Sophie Cherrier and pursuing research on perception in the works of Brian Ferneyhough and Salvatore Sciarrino. Matteo Cesari has won numerous awards and scholarships like the Kranichsteiner Muzikpreis in Darmstadt, First Prize at the 12th International Contemporary Music Competition in Krakow and the Severino Gazzelloni scholarship for the best interpretation of Berio's Sequenza I. M. Cesari has performed extensively as a soloist and as a member of ensembles taking him to Italy ( Auditorio della Musica, Rome ), Paris ( Cité de la Musique, Auditorium du Musée d'Orsay ) , Strasbourg ( Auditorium France 3 ), Vienna ( Alte Schmiede ), London ( National Portrait Gallery ), New York ( Columbia University ), Japan ( Alti Hall, Kyoto ) and China ( Shanghai New Music Festival ). He has worked with leading contemporary composers and conductors gaving ; among them Salvatore Sciarrino, Ivan Fedele, Pierre Boulez, Peter Eötvos, Brian Ferneyhough, Bruno Mantovani, Stefano Gervasoni and Michael Finnissy. In 2012 he's going to play as soloist with Ensemble Intercontemporain in ...explosante-fixe... of Pierre Boulez. He's member of ensemble L'Itinéraire since 2011.