Eugenio Solinas began his study of music at the A. Vivaldi Conservatory of Music in Alessandria, Italy. After his graduation (2009), he studied with the renowned concert cellist Umberto Clerici. In 2013, he moved to the United States to attend a master’s program at the Mannes School of Music at The New School under the guidance of Ms. Barbara Stein Mallow. In New York, he performed in some of the most esteemed concert halls in the city, such as Symphony Space, Alice Tully Hall, and Carnegie Hall.
He also has a particular focus of study on Baroque music. He studied first at the St. Rocco Ancient Sacred Music Academy in Italy, and subsequently was involved in the Baroque Music Ensemble coordinated by Nancy Wilson at Mannes College and more recently the Baroque Ensemble at the SF Conservatory of Music. Currently, he is attending a Ph.D. program at the SF Conservatory of Music, studying cello with Jennifer Culp, and Baroque cello with Elizabeth Reed.
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