Titta Carvelli

In 2004 he obtained his master's degree in piano at the “Santa Cecilia” Conservatory in Rome, followed by a master's degree in chamber music at the “B. Maderna” Conservatory in Cesena (Bologna) with the highest honors. . In addition, he also received the three-year chamber music diploma at the prestigious “Incontri col Maestro” Academy in Imola with Maestro Pier Narciso Masi. Finally, in 2016, he obtained the Master of "Maestro al Cembalo" under the supervision of Leonardo Garcia Alarcon at L’HEM in Geneva. He also studied choir conducting with Celso Antunez and conducting with Laurent Gay.
He has performed in large venues such as the Victoria Hall in Geneva, the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome, the Sala Borromini, the Ducal Palace in Belluno and others, as a soloist, chamber musician and continuist. Always passionate about early music, he perfected his work as a continuo player for harpsichord and organ under the direction of Masters Federico Del Sordo, Salvatore Carchiolo, Fabio Bonizzoni, Kennet Weiss, Bertrand Cuiller, performing works by composers of the 17th and 18th centuries. He has performed in concerts with the Academy of Music of the Annunciation in Abbiategrasso (Milan) under the artistic and musical direction of Maestro Riccardo Doni, Basso Continuo official of the ensemble "Il Giardino Armonico".
He has performed in the orchestra led by such personalities as Arie van Beek, Lawrence Alpert, Fabio Bonizzoni, Enrico Gatti and Serge Saitta, for the OCG Geneva, Geneva Camerata and the Opera Studio Geneva. He worked as a harpsichordist for the Fima (Italian Foundation of Early Music), the Touno Festival as conductor for Dido and Aeneas by Purcell (2016) and performed for the baroque week dedicated to Arcangelo Corelli for the concert opening of the Conservatory of Novara (2013). He was maestro collaborator of Diego Fasolis and I Barocchisti for Il Barbiere di Siviglia at the LAC Festival in Lugano and he performed at the Belfort International Festival in France and at the European Academy of Ancient Music in Vannes (France). He created Tempus Armonicum in Geneva and produced at IMD Music & Web a series of recordings which will soon be available on all music distribution platforms on the Internet.