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Marco Bellei studied the piano with Mirella Gollini at the Conservatorio of his native Modena, completing his studies in St Petersburg. He won various national and international competitions, and worked at the Florence Maggio Musicale and at the Teatro Comunale of Bologna with a series of very distinguished conductors. A concert tour of Japan and China allowed him to undertake a senior lectureship at the University of Xi'an in 2003. He is known as a chorus répétiteur and has collaborated as a pianist with singers such as Juan Diego Flórez, Darina Takova, Ronaldo Panerai, Leo Nucci, Carlo Guelfi, Giorgio Surjan and Bruno De Simone, as well as with Mirella Feni in master-classes. He appears regularly for Rossini in Wildbad, collaborating in the Naxos recording of La Cenerentola.

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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title  Catalogue No  Work Category 
MEYERBEER: Semiramide Naxos
ROSSINI: Cenerentola (La) (Cinderella) Naxos

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