In search of the inspired and enlightened Musician.
Comes out for Morlacchi Editore The inspired and enlightened Musician. of Andrea Ceccomoria journey - as the subtitle says - at the center of the mystery of music in search of all those parameters, both spiritual and concrete, that allow you to choose the path of...
Comes out Flutwo
Comes out Flutwo: tenth album of Andrea Ceccomori, it is an intense and refined tribute to the flute and its ability to floatbetween sounds and timbres. Alongside with Andrea Ceccomori, in this new recording adventure, there is the harpist Maria Chiara Fiorucci and...
Comes out Mozart at 432 Hertz
Published on Aulicus Classics Mozart label, here we present a CD dedicated to some of the most beautiful pages of the Mozart repertoire recorded at 432 Hertz.
Andrea Ceccomori is a flutist of a big versatility. During his artistic career, he played all over the world expressing his music both in the classic and contemporary repertoire, accompanied by many first performances of different composers and musical improvisation as a form of expression. He is now one of the most interesting names between interpreters and producers of the classic and contemporary music field. His style has the ability of combine the depth of languages with the simplicity and the communicability to the great public. This is possible thanks to an accurate work on the relationship between sound and human soul, main point of the artist’s research.
In his wide artistic experience, he has been flutist composer of the Table of Silence Memorial September 11 in New York, he played for Pope Francesco’s birthday, soloist in Sala Paolo VI in Vatican, Castelgandolfo and in Madrid in front of Reina Sofia. In 2019 he signed for a big tour in Cina.
For some time, he has been dedicating himself to the promotion of the new contemporary music. He treated and executed over 200 first performances from Ludovico Einaudi to Carlo Boccadoro, from Fabrizio De Rossi to Evan Ziporyn and Tony Esposito.
He is the founder and the director of project as: