Marco Ferraguto - Ferraguto Pace Duo

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Marco Ferraguto (flute)

He successfully graudates in 1991 at the music conservatory “L.Refice” in Frosinone with the maestro Giovanni Tardino. Then attends both high improvement courses and the lessons of the maestros Giampio Mastrangelo, Dante Milozzi, Maxence Larrieu, Giuseppe Nova, Marc Hantai, Alain Marion, Mario Ancillotti (Music School in Fiesole) and János Bálint (in Rovigo).
From 1995 to 1997 he attends the international high improvement course at the “Ferenc Liszt” Academy in Szeged with the maestro János Bálint.
He works with a huge number of orchestras: Hungarian State Orchestra, Dohànyi, Strauss and Failoni in Budapest, Academy Orchestra in Ostrawa (Czech Republic), Piccola Orchestra ‘900, Istituzione Sinfonica and Nova Amadeus in Roma, Youth Orchestra in Valmontone.
He performs in major international events: Spring Festival in Budapest, International Certamen for the wind instruments Orchestra in Valencia, International Festival Città di Tivoli, Festival of Ville Tuscolane in Frascati, Contest in Music Composition Tosatti and Contemporary Music Festival Cantiere Musica of the Province of Rome.
He performs in important concert halls and theatres in Italy, Spain, Hungary, Switzerland and Germany, among which: Opera Theatre in Budapest, Music Palace in Valencia, Konzerthaus in Brema, Auditorium Parco della Musica, Sala Baldini, Teatro Marcello, Hotel Quirinale, Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, Casina delle Civette, Palazzo Barberini, Hungary Academy and University of Tor Vergata in Rome.
In 2001 he ranks second (transverse flute and guitar) and third (transverse flute and piano) at the International Contest of Chamber Music ANEMOS in Rome.
He records a CD of Irish folk music with the group “Crossroads” in Szeged (Hungary) for the National Hungarian Radio. He then records two CDs, one with the guitarrist Marco Cerroni (2000) and one with the pianist Andrea Centra (2011)
He participates in many radio and television programmes on RAI 3, TV2000, RAI RADIO 2, RADIO VATICANA.
He works together with the Irish singer Kay Mac Carthy.
In 2013 and 2014 he joins the assessement jury of the first and second National Contest of Chamber Music Rotary Symphony: Music  for Peace.
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