Few words about Francesco Moretti
Mastering a practice and having a broad overview on his beloved fields in the subject are the best ways Francesco Moretti has found to be able to offer a direct and crystal clear communication both in music and in physics.
In his studies, Francesco Moretti has obtained the highest recognition in both his master degree in chamber music and in accordion at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi in Milan. In addition, Francesco has completed his Master degree in physics at Stockholm University and international Master degree NAIP (New Audience Innovative Practice) at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm.
Recipent of awards in National Competitions for solo, classical, contemporary and chamber music in Sweden and Italy, Francesco is a continuously growing artist with years of teaching experience. He premiered in several compositions by young European and internationally
renowned composers such as Henri Dutilleux, Toshio Hosokawa, Christofer Elgh, Djuro Zivkovic, Irlando Danieli and Giorgio Colombo Taccani.
During the soloist one-year study at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm,
Francesco recorded the CD “Repetita”, focused on repeated and hypnotic pattern in music, from the Renaissance to nowadays. His original transcriptions for solo accordion exploit the technical and expressive potentiality of the modern instrument.
Francesco is particularly interested in arrangements for chamber music ensembles of symphonic music, movie soundtracks and world music, promoting arts crossover.
As a music lover, he has been moved by the several classical, opera and jazz music performances of the greatest artists of his time he had the opportunity to listen to and he keeps those experiences in mind to focus on the best result he want to achieve during every artistic production.
Francesco is especially engaged in academies aiming at encouraging the youth to participate and cultivate a passion and positive emotions through music and arts.