Andrea rosatelliAndrea Rosatelli

Born in Rieti in 1976, he began playing bass at the age of 11 years. After studying Jazz at the Saint Louis College of Music in Rome, where he graduated in double bass, he decided to approach the modern music by enrolling at the Music University in Rome, where, four years later he graduated in electric bass. Very young he began an intense activity as side man experiencing with different musical genres, from Jazz to Pop, from Latin to Funky, etc.
After the first experiences in TV programs and on tour with the orchestra of the M° Pregadio, Andrea’s professionalism grew between live and studio performances.
Among the most significant collaborations: Gianni Morandi – Patty Pravo – Loredana Berté – Nek – Simon and Garfunkel – Michele Zarrillo – Paola Turci – Povia – Valeria Rossi – Giò Di Tonno and Lola Ponce – Manuela Villa – Carlotta – Stragà – Mauro Di Maggio – Pier Cortese – Federico Salvatore – Simona Bencini – Mp2 and many others.
Other important collaborations are those with famous Orchestra Maestri such as Pippo Caruso – Fio Zanotti – Marco Sabiu – Beppe Vessicchio – Andrea Guerra – Massimo Nunzi – Roberto Pregadio – Franco Piersanti with whom Andrea performed in soundtracks and television broadcasts.
In recent years he was also engaged in teaching, with the most prestigious music schools in Italy, collaborating for courses and seminars whit Saint Louis College of Music and University of Music (Rome),- Groove Factory (Udine) – Daigo (Padova) – High School Musical Pontine (Latina), etc. At present, for his teaching activity Andrea cooperates exclusively with the Saint Louis College of Music, where he teaches electric bass and ensemble music.
His teaching experience is materialized with the publication of the “Handbook of Bass Vol.1 and Vol.2” and “The Notebook bassist” published by Carisch and first in industry sales charts for several weeks.
He has recently been involved with the orchestra of M° Vessicchio in the tv show “FRIENDS” produced by Mediaset.