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Rosanna Cauti, who will be performing violin pieces at the Welcome Center at 12:30 and 1:30 p.m., on Sunday (Dec. 3) during the 39th annual Ste. Genevieve Holiday Christmas Festival, has an impressive resume.
An Italian-Brazilian violist, Cauti enjoys a musical career that spans through Europe, Latin America and United States. A versatile musician, she is an active soloist and chamber musician, a dedicated teacher, and a frequent orchestral performer.
Cauti is the Assistant Principal Viola of the Pensacola Symphony and Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestras and the Executive and Artistic Director of the International Chamber Music Festival “Suoni d’Abruzzo” (Italy).
She Italian-Brazilian violist Rossana Cauti enjoys a musical career that spans through Europe, Latin America, United States. A versatile musician, she is an active soloist and chamber musician, a dedicated teacher, and a frequent orchestral performer. Dr. Cauti is the Assistant Principal Viola of the Pensacola Symphony and Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestras and the Executive and Artistic Director of the International Chamber Music Festival “Suoni d’Abruzzo” (Italy).
She recently won positions as Assistant Principal Viola for Pensacola Symphony, Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra, Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra. She previously served the Jacksonville Symphony as Section Viola, and the Florida State University Symphony Orchestra as Principal Viola.
Before moving to the USA in 2016, Cauti worked as Principal Viola for “Pergolesi Spontini” Orchestra (Italy), Orchestra da Camera di Lugano (Switzerland), Orchestra “A. Vivaldi” (Italy), Orchestra Sinfonica da Unicamp (Brazil), touring Europe, Asia, South America, and performing in all major concert halls of Italy.
As a Viola faculty, she has taught for the New York Summer Music Festival, the Southeast Missouri Chamber Music Institute, Festival Suoni d’Abruzzo (Italy), Cives Mundi Academy (Switzerland), Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Southern Illinois Chamber Music Institute. She has given masterclasses in USA, Italy, Brazil, Mexico, Switzerland and she is currently working on publishing her own pedagogical work on Bela Bartók’s Concerto for Viola and Orchestra.
Cauti is a graduate of Florida State University (D.M.), Southern Illinois University (M.M.), Pescara Conservatory in Italy (A.D. and B.M.), Lugano Conservatory in Switzerland, Accademia Internazionale di Musica di Roma and at the Accademia del Garda in Italy.
She has performed in masterclasses with Maxim Rysanov, Toby Appel, Heidi Castlemann, Misha Amory, Csaba Erdélyi, Jon Thorne, Alexander Zemstov, Albert Igolnikov, Simonide Braconi, Massimo Paris, Ivan Vukcevich.
She plays on a Thomas Meuwissen Viola (2011) from Brussels, Belgium.
Next weeks Herald will include a feature on Parade Marshal Randy Ruzicka and a look at the parade and more as well as the return of the Le Revellion at the Felix Valle State Historic Site.