"Italian Tiziano Mazzoleni is one of the most creative and imaginative trombonists of his generation.” Simon Hogg, trombonist, conductor, founder of Warwick Music.
Tiziano leads a busy solo career, giving recitals throughout Europe and working with numerous chamber ensembles, specialising in contemporary music. He is currently an associate member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago and busy with the European tour with film music composer Hans Zimmer. He has an ongoing collaboration with the Moritzburg Festival Orchestra, including the first-ever recording of the cello concerto by Enrique Casals, Jan Vogler soloist, released by SONY Classic.
Tiziano studied in Italy and Germany coached by great mentors such as Gianluca Scipioni, Matthias Gromer, Ulrich Flad. He regularly participates in international competitions often winning first or second prizes and has just completed an Artist Diploma at the OAcademy with Martin Schippers as his lead mentor.
He has played with various orchestras and participated in many international festivals around the world including: Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale dei Conservatori Italiani, Miami Music Festival Orchestra, Philharmonie Südwestfalen, (an orchestra with which, after concluding his internship there, he was reinvited several times). He has had the privilege of working with world-renowned conductors including: Markus Stenz, Karl-Heinz Steffens, Duncan Ward, Johan De Meij, Vassily Sinaisky and Speranza Scapucci.
He has a passion for foreign languages and speaks fluent Italian, English, German and Spanish.