Stefano Rossi, violin

Stefano Rossi graduated “cum laude” in baroque violin at Conservatorium van Amsterdam, where he studied with Lucy van Dael, also participating to the classes of Alfredo Bernardini, Bob van Asperen and Wouter Möller.
He collaborates with groups such as Accademia Bizantina, Cappella della Pietà dei Turchini, L’Estravagante, Musica ad Rhenum, Zefiro, Camerata Anxanum, Ensemble La Fontegara, Al Ayre Espanol, Xacona, and Estro Armonico.
He has also played first violin as part of the Brevis Consort’s projects for several years.
He recorded the complete collection of chamber music by Francois Couperin with Musica ad Rhenum, with L’Estravagante – “Musikalische Ergötzung” by Johann Pachelbel, and – with the Zefiro Ensemble – Vivaldi’s “Concerti per più strumenti” and Mozart’s divertimenti. He has also recorded for Naive, Stradivarius, Decca, Ambroyse, Virgin Classic, and the main European radios.
He plays an instrument made by Henry James in London in 1740.