ph Silvia Rasulo

Andrea Massimo Grassi dedicates himself predominately to chamber music.

He has played for institutions and associations such as University of Chicago, University of Leeds (UK), Minnesota State University (Moorhead, USA), Université de Rouen, RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana, Teatro alla Scala of Milan, Gnessins College of Moscow, Accademia Musicale Chigiana of Siena, CIDIM, Gioventù Musicale d’Italia, FAI Fondo per l’Ambiente Italiano, Serate Musicali of Milan, Associazione Musicale Etnea of Catania, Museo Bagatti Valsecchi of Milan, Lusitanian Festival ‘Sete sòis Sete Luas’, Ministero dei Beni Culturali, Associazione Siracusana Amici della Musica, Università degli Studi of Milan, Teatro Bellini of Naples, Università Cattolica of Milan, Accademia Incontri col Maestro of Imola, Comune of Milan, Ascoli Piceno Festival, Musikhochschule of Mannheim, the Southeast Missouri State University, the Italian Institute of Culture in Belgrade etc.

He has taken part in the international festival ‘Musica d'oggi in Europa’, organised by the Filarmonica Laudamo of Messina, performing works by Salvatore Sciarrino, Aldo Clementi and Francesco Pennisi. In 1995 he performed at Palazzo Chigi — worldwide premiere performance — the Divertimento Chigiano by the composer Giorgio Ferrari, and in September of the same year he was called to represent the Accademia Chigiana for a tour of Portugal with the ‘Quintetto Selene’, performing the Brahms and Mozart Clarinet Quintets. 

He recorded with Macha Yanouchevsky (cello) and Maria Luisa Gori (piano) a concert at the RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana with the trios by Beethoven, Glinka and Brahms for clarinet, cello and piano, then broadcasted by RadioTre. He collaborated with artists like Michael Flaksman, Susanne Rabenschlag, Gernot Süssmuth, Yulia Berinskaya, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Erich Krüger, Alain Meunier, Susanna Rigacci.

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