Fabiano Maniero - Trumpet PDF Print E-mail

Since 1998 soloist trumpet of the  Teatro la Fenice Orchestra in Venice and since 1999 of "I Solisti Veneti” conducted by Claudio Scimone.

 

He has played under the baton of conductors such as R. Muti, L. Maazel, Sir J. E. Gardiner, Sir C. Hogwood, E. Inbal. M. Viotti, J. Tate, J. Temirkanov, D. Kitaenko, Z. Metha, G. Pretre. R. Chailly, M. W. Chung.

As first trumpet he has also collaborated with the  A. Toscanini Orchestra in Parma,  Tuscany Regional Orchestra, Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano, the Veneto and Padua Orchestra, Musical Afternoons Orchestra in Milan, the Municipal Theatre of Treviso and Donizetti Orchestra in Bergamo.
In 1984 he graduated in Padua under the guidance of M ° C. Michieli, subsequently he studies with A. Ghitalla, P. Thibaud, S. Burns, R. Martin and G. Parodi.
In 1997 he graduated as concert player with honors  at the Zürich Conservatory  under the guidance of
M° C. Rippas. He has participated to several recordings with orchestras and ensembles, he has recorded various solo CDs "Venice Trumpet and Organ in Concert" (1996), "Sweet Feeling .... The Holocaust  and the great religious themes"(2001) and" Heavenly Music, theme by great musicians for Blessed Virgin Mary "(2003) by Silvio Celeghin organist and Silvia Calzavara soprano.
With Brass and Percussion Sextet of O.R.T. (Tuscany rhythm Orchestra) he recorded in 2006 "The Brass at ... Cinema" a CD entirely devoted to the great soundtracks and on 2008," The Brass come back ... at the Cinema".
Always attracted by new  experiences in sound horizons, in 2006 he began his collaboration with guitarist Alessandro Modenese and the singer Erika De Lorenzi, with whom he recorded 3 CDs since 2008 till now: "The Great Movie Soundtracks" a collection of the finest film themes reworked and arranged by MovieTrio, unforgettable songs like Life Is Beautiful by Nicola Piovani, Amarcord by Nino Rota, Forrest Gump by Alan Silvestri, Il Postino by Luis E. Bacalov, "Music ... not to forget " with music and spoken texts about the Shoah, "Ennio Morricone - Treasures "devoted entirely to movie soundtracks written by the great composer, all for the publishing house Azzurra Music.
He  has been a teacher  in the two-year periods 2004/2005 and 2005/2006 for trumpet academic specialization  at the Conservatory C. Pollini of Padova.
He currently teaches at the Conservatory of Music "A. Steffani" in Castelfranco Veneto