Marco Burgatto

Marco Burgatto

Real Name:
Marco Burgatto
Italian musician and composer, born 21 December 1975 in Milan, Italy.

Marco's musical career evolved quite rapidly following an early, illuminating approach to guitar - his first-choice instrument - in a gone-by hot summer.
After some years spent in steadily refining his playing skills, in 1997 he started his involvement as a session musician on four studio albums by rock group 'Loverwolf', culminating in a long series of live performances in clubs all around Italy.

Already gained, by that time, a higher degree of guitar mastery, he made a decisive breakthrough towards new musical experiences by pushing into the background performing, and devoting himself to composing.
Starting from 2001 on, he scored several works by directors Cristian Mazzola and Raffaele Piscitelli; in the meanwhile, he completed his first video clip, "Pioggia" (2002), which eventually resulted in the release of the homonym double concept album in 2003.

Also in 2003, he released the mini CD "Dall’Inizio Alla Fine", including three short poems set to music using classical tunes, while, the following year, he found the right combination of time, inspiration and energies to complete his second full-length album, "Fantasmi".

The growing importance of classical music in Marco's compositions led to the landmark release of the symphony "Giornata In Campagna" (2005) on Fridge Records, followed - that same year - by his third full-length album "L’Eroe Della Notte".

But the time was ripe for more ambitious goals, which materialized with the release of his first rock opera, "Il Castello In Mezzo Al Mare" (2007), followed by the album "Il Canto Del Vento" (2008) - featuring prestigious guest performances by Angapiemage Persico, Stefano Tessadri, Ubi Maior's rhythm section, 'The Real', and Stefano Tamiazzo.

In the following couple of years, he brought to completion an out-and-out trilogy by releasing two more rock operas, "Il Rovescio Della Medaglia" (2009) and "La Sottile Linea" (2010).

As a fringe activity - from 2003 to date - he's been creating commercial jingles, soundtracks and scores for several production studios and, more recently, for the online soundtrack and advertising music library "Unusual Library".

Marco's later projects include the re-recording of "Giornata In Campagna" (2011) - with the support of a bunch of talented classical music performers -, and his new album "Epica" (2012), available for download from iTunes Store and other online digital music stores.
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Marco Burgatto Discography Tracks


FRDG022CD2 Marco Burgatto Il Castello In Mezzo Al Mare(2xCD, Album) Fridge Records (2) FRDG022CD2 Italy 2008 Sell This Version
FRDG024CD Marco Burgatto Il Rovescio Della Medaglia (Opera Rock)(CD, Album) Fridge Records (2) FRDG024CD Italy 2009 Sell This Version
FRDG027CD Marco Burgatto La Sottile Linea (Opera Rock)(CD, Album) Fridge Records (2) FRDG027CD Italy 2010 Sell This Version
FRUL001PM Marco Burgatto Giornata In Campagna(CD, Album) Fridge Records (2) FRUL001PM Italy 2011 Sell This Version
FR03DG Marco Burgatto Epica(7xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Fridge Records (2) FR03DG Italy 2012

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