Mauro Loguercio

 “A soloist of extreme clarity and depth of interpretation”: this is Mauro Loguercio, as described in the words of Mario Bortolotto.
Loguercio, a violinist, made his first appearance as a soloist at the age of 12, performing with the orchestra the Conservatory of Milan under the conduction of Riccardo Chailly.
He has an extremely natural rapport with his instrument, from which he obtains an expressive and generous sound; moreover, he grasps a vast repertoire, ranging from the pre-Bachian era to Alban Berg (and beyond).
Mauro Loguercio has performed as a soloist in the most important concert halls, including the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, the Philharmonic of Berlin and the “Accademia di Santa Cecilia” in Rome.
He has also attended, as a guest, at the chamber music Festivals of Marlboro, Dresden, St. Moritz, Naples, and has performed for the most prestigious Italian concert societies, (“Serate Musicali” in Milan, “Unione Musicale” in Turin, “GOG” in Genoa, “Settimane Musicali Internazionali” in Stresa, etc.)
Mauro Loguercio has played with the pianists Támas Vásáry and Bruno Canino, and in the years 1987-1990 has joined in trio the great Nikita Magaloff and Antonio Meneses.
He has been devoting his activities to the string quartet for fourteen years, creating the “Quartetto David”, with whom he has performed all around Europe and South America. Finally, five years ago, he has given life to the “Trio Modigliani” with Angelo and Francesco Pepicelli (piano and cello, respectively).