Since 1998, Mario Scaramucci is the conductor of “Primo Vere“ choir. Mario Scaramucci is professor of music theory at “Agostino Steffani” Conservatory in Castelfranco (TV). He has a degree in organ, organ composition, choral music, choral conducting and harpsichord at "Benedetto Marcello" conservatory in Venice, where he has studied under the supervision of Elsa Bolzonello Zoia and Sergio de Pieri.
He has studied also with W. Van de Pol (organ composition), Annaberta Conti (harpsichord), Ireneusz Lukaszewski (choir conduction), Jürgen Jürgens (choir conduction), H. Vogel (organ), H. Davidsson (organ), B. Baroffio and N. Albarosa (Gregorian chant).
He has performed more than nine hundred concerts as a soloist, in chamber and in orchestra, as well as choir and orchestra conductor, in Italy and abroad, alternating these activities with teaching and composition. He has an interest in problems concerning the interpretation of early music, especially the harpsichord – Organ of XVI, XVII e XVIII Century. In 1996 he has achieved a Certificate of Merit at the International Tournament of Music in Varenna (LC) for the organ section.
From 1983 to 1987 he has played as a harpsichordist accompanying, at the International Summer classes of Polcenigo (Pordenone). In the same years, he taught History and Aestethics of Music at “Pietro Edo” school of music in Pordenone.
He was the accompanist of the "Chancel Choir" USAF of Aviano (PN.)
He is also conductor of “Primo Vere” female choir of Porcia, of the polyphonic choir “Città di Pordenone” and is the current director of the female choir of the Conservatory "Agostino Steffani" of Castelfranco Veneto.
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