prof. Roberto Trainini

Wiolonczela / cello

Language: English / German / Italian / Russian

Individual lessons online

Individual lessons online

Individual lessons online

100 €

Roberto Trainini – Italian cellist, born in 1975 in Bari, performs on world music stages, a lecturer at the Conservatory “Monteverdi” in Bolzano, Italy, and at the Academia de Arte de Florencia in Mexico.


”… Each track has an intimate story to tell. Our goal is to tell it like contemporary poets: a story not composed of words, space and time, but sounds, emotions and subtle memories, the so-called untold stories, in a language that really has no limits. If we think we have to show the audience how good or fast we are, we are on the wrong way. “


– first academic teachers: Vincenzo Caminiti, Pietro Bruno

– Radu Aldulescu International Menuhin Music Academy, Switzerland (full scholarship, Radu Aldulescu cello class)

– chamber music class of Lord Yehudi Menuhin and Walter Levin

– Michel Strauss at Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris

– Steven Isserlis – Prussiacove, England

– Wolfgang Mehlhorn (former assistant of Antonio Janigro) – in Hochschule für Music in Hamburg, where he does a PhD)


– solo-debut in Iasi, Romania with the Dvorak Concerto under the baton of Maestro Santorsola

– member of Camerata Lysa

– first cellist: Opera in Lüneburg (Germany),

– first cellist of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra,

– first cellist of the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra

– founder of “Hamburger Streichsextett”

– the founder of Anton Rubinstein Piano Trio

– Since 2011, cellist of the “Meininger Trio” in Cologne

– as a soloist on stages in  Poland, Germany, Austria, Turkey, South Africa, Romania, Cyprus, Italy, Argentina, China, Japan and Mexico

– constant cooperation with the Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina

– constant collaboration with the Italian composer and conductor Michel Santorsola

– lecturer at the Conservatory “Monteverdi” in Bolzano,

– lecturer at Academia de Arte de Florencia in Mexico

– cello class teacher during masterclasses of the cello in Poland, Mexico, Italy, Spain, Ukraine and Argentina.


– IV prize at the International Competition in Markneukirchen (2001),

– I prize at the Elise Meyer Competition in Hamburg (2001),

– special prize at the Arturo Bonucci competition in Rome (2003),

– IV place at the Cello Competition in Belgrade (2005),

– In 2011 Awarded in Premio Cartagine per la Musica in Rome


– Brilliant Classics: recording of cello sonatas and pieces by Giuseppe Martucci with Massimiliano Ferrati

– Brilliant Classics: Cesar Franck’s Sonata in A major in a duet with Cristiano Burato

– Bach cello suites

– own transcription of Chaconne for cello solo for Aevea / OnClassical