Paolo Di Cioccio was born in Rome in 1963.
After having completed his musical studies at the Conservatory of S. Cecilia in Rome, 1984, he develops an intense artistic activity that brings him to be present in most greater institutions of the whole world ( RAI Symphonic Orchestra, Filarmonica Nacional de Cuba, Camerata de Pacifico, Camerata Esproarte in Portugal, Orchestra Goffredo Petrassi, Orchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese, Orquesta Sinfonica de Matanzas, Rovereto Mozart Festival, Nuova Consonanza, Arts Academy, Sermoneta International Festival, Colòn Theater in Buenos Aires, Auditorium Blas Galindo in S. Domingo, Veracruzana University, Xalapa, Dante Alighieri Society in La Plata, Mexico, Auditorium of Bordeaux, Centre Culturel de Saint Medard en Jalles, Berlin Schaulspiel Haus, Dresden, Karl Marx Stadt etc.)
He plays as soloist and in chamber groups on cds for BMG RICORDI, SONY, MMM, DOMANI MUSICA, RUSTY, JOKER, VIDEORADIO, RAI TRADE, ERGA, RUGGINENTI etc.
He was the first oboist in the world who recorded famous oboe concertos like Albinoni, Vivaldi, Bach with the analog Doepfer and Moog Synthesizers ( Oboe Sconcerto, Vissi d’oboe, Hautbois ma belle cds)
He is oboe professor in the Fausto Torrefranca Conservatorium in Vibo Valentia and ordinary at the Scientia et Ars Polytechnic.
Paolo Di Cioccio is actually I° soloist oboe of the Latina Philharmonia Orchestra.
He plays a Marigaux oboe.
Some suggestions from Paolo Di Cioccio oboe repertory:
Italian baroque music ( Concertos for oboe and strings by T. Albinoni, A. Marcello, A. Vivaldi, G. Sammartini, G. Platti)
Oboe concertos: Mozart, Haydn, Bellini, Vaughan Williams, Strauss
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