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Michele Zeoli

Musician

Michel is an Italian bassist and gambist, trained in Italy at the conservatories of Vicenza, then of Verona.

He specializes in historical double bass, violone and early music with Alberto Rasi.

After having followed master classes with Ton Koopan, Jordi Savall, Margaret Urquhart, Wieland Kuijken, Jaap Ter Linden, Arianne Maurette, Reinhard Goebel, he specialized in orchestral practice (European Baroque Orchestra, Académie de musique baroque d'Ambronay under the direction of Christophe Coin).

He has performed with the great masters of baroque (Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra (dir. Ton Koopman), Concert des Nations (dir. J. Savall), Café Zimmermann (dir. Pablo Valetti and Céline Frisch), Concerto Köln (dir. R. Jacobs), Ensemble 415 (dir. Ch. Banchini), La Cappella della Pietà dei Turchini (dir. A. Florio), Basel Kammerorchester, Les Arts Florissants (dir. W. Christie); Les Musiciens du Louvre (dir. M. Minkowski); Les Talents Lyriques (dir. C. Rousset), Le Parlement de Musique (dir. M. Gester); Le Poème harmonique (dir. Vincent Dumestre), Le Cercle de l'Harmonie (dir. J. Rhorer) ), the Concert de la Loge (directed by J. Chauvin); the Orchester des Champs-Élysées (directed by Ph. Herreweghe), I barocchisti (directed by Diego Fasolis), Ensemble Pygmalion (directed by Raphael Pichon) and the Balthasar Ensemble (dir. Thomas Hengelbrock).

He taught historical double bass, viola da gamba and early music for 15 years at CRR de Bayonne.

Permanent member of the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra since 1997 (dir. Ton Koopman) and Le concert des Nations (dir. Jordi Savall), he has multiplied concerts and recordings around the world.

 

 

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