The Quartet Cimarosa is a project of the homonymous Conservatory of Avellino where the four artists are known. Within the institution Massimo Severino is a professor of piano, bass Carmine Laino, Silvano Maria Fusco cello and Dimitri Severino is a young percussionist graduating. From 2013 they work together in addressing this training songs and music interesting pages that combine both classical instruments in modern repertoires, which Resurrecion Piazzolla and the wonderful suites of Bolling for cello and piano jazz trio, a masterpiece of the twentieth century.
Silvano Maria Fusco (cello) graduated with honors from the Conservatory "D. Cimarosa "of Avellino is perfected in Cremona Walter Staffer at the Academy and the National Academy of Santa Cecilia. He starts his concert career at a young age, finishing first in various national and international competitions: Curci Prize, the Prize "The Camenae gold" Prize Pergolesi. He has performed as a soloist on several occasions by performing the concerts of Haydn, Vivaldi, Schumann, Elgar, with the Orchestra Association Napolinova, New Scarlatti Orchestra, the Orchestra Stravinsky, the Regional Bell Orchestra, the Orchestra of Professors the Teatro San Carlo, the Orchestra of the Teatro Vittorio Emanuele of Messina, the Orchestra of Mexico City, the Orchestra of Soloists of Naples. The cellist of the Orchestra of the Opera of Rome and second cello at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples and the Teatro Massimo Bellini in Catania. In 2011 he won the competition for cello row at the Ente Autonomo Teatro San Carlo in Naples.
Massimo Severino (piano) studied at the Naples Conservatory, the Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, at the Salzburg Mozarteum award winning international piano as Sergei Rachmaninov piano competition Viotti Valsesia plan competitio has performed as a soloist and in chamber for prestigious concert societies as The Concert Society of Milan, the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, the Mozarteum in Salzburg, the Sanremo Symphony, the State Philharmonic of Moldova, Maggio Monuments in Naples. Member of several juries of national and international piano competitions such as the "Premio Fiorentino" and the "St. Rachamaninov ", from 1995, he worked as a pianist and conductor with Maestro Roberto De Simone, later with Lina Sastri for" Marian month ".From 2002 he began to take an interest in the Tango. It will be a real passion! The history, the authors, will be part of his musical life.
Carmine Laino (double bass) graduated from the Conservatory "San Pietro a Majella" in Naples he serves as Principal Bassist of the Teatro di San Carlo. Many of his works have found accomplishments through various first performances in modern times. Baroque music fan, is founder of the Quartet of basses "Bass Academy" and professor of bass at the Conservatory of Music of Avellino. To be published a manual devoted to the technique of arc for bass.
Dimitri Severino (percussion) Young artist Irpinia distinguished for technical skills and skill in both classical and modern. He studied drums for eight years with Maestro Sergio Di Natale and is majoring in percussion at the "D. Cimarosa "of Avellino under the guidance of Marcello Buonomo. He participated on several occasions in the orchestra as a timpanist with the Orchestra of the Conservatory D. Cimarosa, Regional Orchestra Bell, Chamber Orchestra of Benevento, in concerts in prestigious halls for special events such as the 160th anniversary of the Police at the Teatro Carlo Gesualdo. And 'the drummer's overall SSP.