Robert Maggio


February 21, 2014


MaggioRobert has performed in Italy, Greece, Holland, Spain, South Korea, United States, and Japan both as soloist and in orchestral and chamber settings, collaborating with many international artists of reputation.  Particularly, he has collaborated in music and dance performances with Carla Fracci as well as in music and theatre shows with Nando Gazzolo, Virginio Gazzolo, Arnoldo Foà and Ugo Gregoretti. With the baroque ensemble Armonico Tributo, he has participated, playing the traversiere, in international specialization courses held by M. Enrico Gatti in Solopaca. Founder of the trio I Nuovi Cameristi, he has promoted contemporary chamber repertoire by Italian and foreign composers in performances for internationally renowned music associations. He has also performed jazz repertoire for flute with the Classic Jazz Ensemble in cooperation with the saxophonist Federico Mondelci. o Maggio, flutist

Roberto wrote La musica Greco-Romana and Orgelflote, the latter included in the catalogue of MUSIKHAUS KERSCHBAUM of Wien. Winner of the national competition, he is professor of Flute at the Conservatory of Music in Avellino and coordinator of Erasmus Program and international relations of the institute. He was invited to present masterclasses and recitals at the University of Missouri-Columbia and Truman State University, as well as the Silla University in South Korea and Aichi University of Fine Arts and Music in Japan.

Roberto Maggio is a graduate of the Music Conservatory of Avellino as a student of Francesco Urciuolo. He has also taken courses by Robert Dick, Rien de Reede, and Geoffrey Gilbert, for flute repertoire, and Brian Ferneyhough and Isang Yun for the analysis of contemporary flute repertoire.