Mariotti, born in 2001, is an Italian violinist praised for her "creamy tone" and "fiery" playing. She has performed in many concerts and recitals accompanied by piano, chamber music ensembles and orchestras such as the Eastbourne Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Graham Jones, the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice under the baton of Tomas Netopil, the Czech Philarmonic Orchestra Pardubice under the baton of David Svec, the Francigena Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Rosella Isola, the Nuove Assonanze Orchestra under the baton of Alan Freiles, the Florence Symphonietta, the Note Future Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestra Classica of Alessandria and other ensembles. She also performed in recitals at the Italian Institute of Culture in Budapest, at Villa Lante al Gianicolo in Rome thanks to Musicaimmagine Association and Institutum Romanum Finlandiae, in Sala Bianca of Pitti Palace in Florence thanks to Musica con le Ali Association, at Brera Museum in Milan during EXPO 2015, at Piaggio Foundation Museum in collaboration with Fonè Music Label, in Busseto thanks to Amici di Verdi Association, at Weill Recital Hall of Canergie Hall in New York, at Fondazione Palazzo Blu in Pisa, in Villa San Fermo in Lonigo, at Palazzo Cavagnis in Venice, at Rychnov nad Kneznou Castle, at Teatro del Giglio in Lucca and in many other theatres and halls across Italy and abroad in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, San Marino and United Kingdom.
Some of her performances were broadcasted by the Vatican Radio, the Czech Radio and by Venice Classic Radio.
In 2017 she won,
becoming Laureate, the 59th
Kocian International Violin Competition in
Ústí nad Orlicí in Czech Republic and she
became Laureate at the Josef
Muzika International Violin Competition
in Nová Paka receiving the prize for the best performance of the
contemporary Czech piece "Dža More" by Sylvia Bodorova. In the
same year she was also a prizewinner of the competition organized by the New
York International Artists Association. Recently in 2019 she has won the ESO
32nd Young Soloist Competition, receiving also the St Cecilia Bequest Award for the best performance of a musician under 18. She was awarded the
absolute first prize in many other national and international competitions and among them it is
worth mentioning that in 2013 she received a special mention by Sony
Classical Talent Scout in the category “Classical Kids”, in 2015
she won the "Renzo Mantero" prize receiving a scholarship
for the best performance of a romantic concert at Città
di Castel San Giovanni Competition
and in 2016 she won theViolin
Competition Pellegrino da Montechiaro
in the category without limit of age receiving the special prize of
the public. She also won the Salieri
Young Prize in
Legnago and the first prize in the International
Music Competition 'Salzburg' Grand Prize Virtuoso 2016
playing in the Wiener Saal Mozarteum in Salzburg. At the XXIII
International Violin Competition Andrea Postacchini
in Fermo she received a scholarship in category B. At the 28th
European Music Competition Città di Moncalieri
she won the absolute first prize in the category “Soloist with
Orchestra”. She won a first prize also at the Josef Micka International Violin Competition in Prague, at "Città di Piove di Sacco" Competition, at "Adotta un Musicista" Competition in Forlì, at "Premio Crescendo AGIMUS" in Florence, at "Riviera Etrusca" Competition, at the Young Musician Competition "Città di Cremona", at "Luigi Zannuccoli" Competition, at "Città di Riccione" and "Città di Treviso" Competitions, at "Valsesia Musica" International Competition, at "Concorso Mozart" in Quinto Vicentino, at "Premio Contea", among others.
Lucilla Rose began her violin studies at age 5 with Nicoletta Del Carlo, Edoardo Oddone and Alberto Bologni. Then she studied with Maurizio Sciarretta at the International Music Academy in Imola. In 2019 she has been admitted to Walter Stauffer Academy in Cremona studying with Salvatore Accardo. Since the age of 8 she has been studying with Marco Fornaciari and since 2015 privately with Mark Messenger (Royal College in London). She attended the Václav Hudeček Academy in Czech Republic and masterclasses with Jiri Fiser and Boris Belkin.