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MARCO MINA'

Biography

Marco Mina’ studied at the “G. Verdi” Conservatory of Music in Milan where he graduated with the best marks under the direction of Professor Ruggero Chiesa. He also studied Aesthetics and History of Music at the University “La Sapienza” in Rome where he graduated with the best marks, cum laude, under the supervision of Professor Pierluigi Petrobelli. He has furthermore a Master’s Degree in Teaching Music (Instrumental Didactis and Performance) both at the Conservatoire of Music “L. Refice” in Frosinone and at the Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali “Vecchi-Tonelli” in Modena. He is graduated in Lute and continuo playing both at the “S. Cecilia” Conservatory of Music in Rome and “A. Boito” Conservatory of Music in Parma under the supervision of Andrea Damiani and Marco Pesci.
He attended masterclasses with Oscar Ghiglia and Ruggero Chiesa at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, with Bruno Canino, Alexander Lonquich, Pier Narciso Masi, Konstantin Bogino and to the Scuola Superiore Internazionale of Trio di Trieste.
Still very young, he obtained several prizes at national and international level, in both a solo and chamber music capacity: International Competition City of Stresa, Grosseto, Camaiore, Cento, Premio Rovere d’Oro, Prix F. Liszt in Paris and so on.
He has teached guitar at “N. Rota” Conservtory of Music in Monopoli, at the Scuola Civica di Musica “G. Verdi” in Prato, at the Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali “Vecchi-Tonelli” in Modena, Methodology in the area of Instrumental Teaching and History of Performing Arts from reinassance to the contemporary music at the “G. Frescobaldi” Conservatory of Music in Ferrara.

He regularly helds master classes to some of the most prestigious musical institutions in Europe, US, Australia and Asia.
He has given recitals for some of the most important venues in Europe, USA, Africa: Accademia Musicale Chigiana Siena, Campus Internazionale di Musica-Festival Pontino in Sermoneta Caetani Castle, Associazione Amici di Castel S. Angelo Rome, ARTIS Verona, Grandezze & Meraviglie Modena, Ecole Normale, Salle Cortot Paris, Sir Yehudi Menuhin School England, King’s College London, St. Martin in the Fields, Royal Academy, BBC Proms, Birmingham Conservatoire of Music, Salysbury Cathedral Season, Royal Danish Academy, Djeuga Palace Yaundè and Akwa Palace Douala (Cameroun), Yerevan-Gyumri (Armenia), Mirbacov Palac Bratislava, Lasalle College of The Arts (Singapore), Luleå-Piteå University (Sweden), Australian National University, Marmorsaal der Sektkelleri Henkel & Co. Wiesbaden, Italia-Musica, Theresianischen Akademie and Klangbogen Sommer Vienna, as soloist with the Orchestra dei Pomeriggi Musicali in Milan, and as guest guitarist at the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival in Hamburg and Mozarteum in Salzburg.
Marco Mina’ has frequently collaborated with artists as Hans Werner Henze, Vittorio Zago, Alexander Lonquich, Claudio Ambrosini, Lavinia Bertotti.
He has recorded for BBC Radio 3, RAI Radio 3, Radio Vaticana, Radio France, Slovak and Österreiches Radio. The video “Guitarevolution” is regularly broadcast on Sky-Classical channel. The documentary “A week in Vienna” is present on NovAntiqua channel. He is currently recording and publishing for the label Musica NovAntiqua.

His repertory ranges from Reinassance and Baroque to classic-romantic composers – on original instruments – and contemporary music.
He is currently recording and publishing for the label Musica NovAntiqua.
His repertory ranges from Reinassance and Baroque to classic-romantic composers – on original instruments – and contemporary music.

CD & Audio

Italians



  1. N. Paganini, Grande Sonata in La Maggiore – Allegro risoluto – M. Mina
  2. M. Giuliani, Sonata op. 15 – Allegro con spirito – M. Mina’
  3. M. Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Sonata op. 77, Allegro con spirito – M. Mina’
  4. B. Bettinelli, Sonata Breve – Lento-Allegro – M. Mina’


guitar&piano





  1. J. K. Mertz, Mazurka op. 40 – M. Mina’_A. Paradiso
  2. M. Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Fantasia op. 145 – Vivacissimo – M. Mina’_A. Paradiso
  3. G. Schwertberger, Cuatro Piezas para Dos – Vivo – M. Mina’_A. Paradiso


A week in Vienna




  1. L. van Beethoven, Der Kuss opus 128 – P. Bono_M. Mina’
  2. C. M. von Weber, Die Zeit opus 13 n. 5 – P. Bono_M. Mina’
  3. F. Schubert, Nachtstueck opus 36 n. 2 D 672 – P. Bono_M. Mina’
  4. W. A. Mozart, Deh, vieni alla finestra – P. Bono_M. Mina’


Video

A Week in Vienna | Part 1 | Mozart

A Week in Vienna | Part 2 | Rossini | Sacher

A Week in Vienna | Part 3 | C.M. von Weber

A Week in Vienna | PART 4 | L. van Beethoven | M. Giuliani

A Week in Vienna | PART 5 | F. Schubert

Guitarevolution

A women alone

A man on the run

The terrorist

Repertoire

L. ANDRIESSEN, Triplum
J. S. BACH, Suites BWV 995, 996, 997, 1006a, Preludio Fuga e Allegro BWV 998, Fuga BWV 1000
L. BERKELEY, Sonatina op. 51, Theme and Variations
B. BETTINELLI, Sonata Breve, Imrovvisazione, 12 Studi, Cinque Preludi, Quattro Pezzi
D. BOGDANOVIC, 5 Miniature Printanieres, Sonata n.1, Sonata n.2
J. BONS, Ruyskens 1
G. BRACALI, Viajes
L. BROUWER, Parabola, Etudes Simples, Le Decameron Noir
B. BRITTEN, Nocturnal op. 70 after J. Dowland
L. BERIO, Sequenza XI (1988)
E. CARTER, Changes
M.CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO, Sonata op. 77, Capriccio Diabolico, Variazioni Attraverso i Secoli
F. DA MILANO, Fantasie e Ricercari
T. DE LEEUW, Interlude
A. DIABELLI, Sonate op 29, n.1,2,3 ; Preludi ; Fughe
J. DOWLAND, Fancies I-VII
S. DODGSON, Partita I, Partita II, Partita III, Century Division, Studi
F. DONATONI, Algo
M. DE FALLA, Omenaje a Debussy
P. ESPOSITO, Aria
R. GERVASIO, Ricercare del Sestante
J. GOMEZ-CRESPO, Norteña
G. F.GHEDINI, Studio da Concerto
A. GIACOMETTI, Sonata
A. GINASTERA, Sonata op. 47
M. GIULIANI, Studi op.48-111, Sonata op. 15, 6 Rossiniane op. 119-123, Gran Sonata Eroica op. 150,
Variazioni op. 38, 49, 64, 105, 107, 112
H.W. HENZE, Drei Tentos, Royal Winter Music Sonata I e II, Memorias de “ El Cymarron”
A. KAUFMANN, Rhapsodie op.97
E. KRENEK, Suite (1957)
A. JOSE’, Sonata (1933)

M. LLOBET, 10 Canciones Populares Catalanes
B. MADERNA, Y Despues
G. F. MALIPIERO, Preludio
J. MANEN, Fantasia-Sonata opus A-22
F. MARTIN, Quatre Pieces Breves
P. MAXWELL-DAVIES, Hill Runes
C. MEIJERING, The Ultimate
J. K. MERTZ, Fantasie Hungroise, Bardenklange op. 13, Elegie
G. MIGOT, Pour un Hommage a Claude Debussy
D. MILHAUD, Segoviana
F. MORENO-TORROBA, Sonatina
M. OHANA, Tiento
N. PAGANINI, Grande Sonata in LA maggiore M.S. 3, Ghiribizzi M.S. 43, Sonate M.S. 85-105
G. PETRASSI, Suoni Notturni, Nunc
M. M. PONCE, Sonatina Meridional, Sonata Classica, Sonata Romantica, Sonata III°, Tema variato e finale,
La Valse, Variazioni sulla “Follia di Spagna”, 24 Preludes
F. POULENC, Sarabande
I. PRESTI, Six Etudes
T. PROCACCINI, Cinque Pezzi Incaici
I. RAVINALE, Sombras
P. RENOSTO, Pagina IV
J. RODRIGO, Tres Piezas Españolas, Invocacion e Danza
A. RUIZ-PIPO, Estancias, Cancion y Danza n.1 e n.2, Tiento por Tiento
H. SAUGUET, Soliloque, Trois Prelude
F. SOR, Studi op. 6, 29, Fantasie op. 4, 7, 10, 30, 59, Gran Solo op. 14, Sonate op. 22, 25, Variazioni op.9 e 28
R. SMITH-BRINDLE, Memento, El Polifemo de Oro
A. TANSMAN, Cavatina e Danza Pomposa
J. TURINA, Sonata, Fandanguillo
H. VILLA-LOBOS, 5 Preludi, Suite Popoulaire Brasilienne, 12 Studi
R. VLAD, Mutazioni
W. WALTON, Five Bagatelles

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