Marcello Sirignano

He completed his musical studies at the Conservatory of S. Cecilia in Rome, graduating in 1988. As a graduate, he began his career which brought him to the most varied musical experiences, embracing even genres and musical styles not really “academic” (Rag Time, Jazz, Blues, Tango) both as an instrumentalist and as a composer.

He has had numerous collaborations with symphonic orchestras and chamber groups in Italy and abroad as a violist. He has also participated in recordings and film soundtracks.

He has also had numerous appearances on television programs under the guidance of Masters such as Gianni Ferrio, Bruno Canfora, Pippo Caruso, and Renato Serio.

He has been concentrating his energy in different adaptations of stringed instruments to the needs of genres and non-habitual musical languages, especially those of improvised music where he is considered to be one of the few jazz violinists in Italy.