Michele D’Ambrosio was born in Rome and studied with Viviana Buzzai at the ‘Consevatoire ‘of “S. Cecilia”
After graduating with honours, he furthered his piano studies with several renowned professionals including Hans Leygraf, Aldo Ciccolini Aquiles Delle Vigne and Kazimierz Morski and also undertook composition with Boris Porena and Ada Gentile.
His active performing career has brought him to play in various cities including New York, London, Darmstadt and Dresden. In Italy he performs regularly in various cities across the country, both as a soloist as well as part of chamber music groups and orchestras. In Italy he has performed at venues such as Auditorium Parco della Musica, Sala Petrassi and Sala Accademica of the S. Cecilia (in Rome), Brescia’s Teatro Grande, Macerata’s Teatro Lauro Rossi and Taranto’s Teatro Orfeo.
His first published recording in 2001 was an anthology of piano pieces by Joaquìn Rodrigo, made in the centenary year of the Spanish Composer’s birth for the Tempi moderni label. He also recorded the works of the Italian composer Davide Farace in 2006. In 2014 it has been released Alfredo Casella’s complete piano works for the Brilliant Classics label, which was given several 5 star reviews in the press. Another Brilliant Classics 2CD set containing, for the first time, the complete piano works of Ottorino Respighi’s piano music followed in 2016.
Michele D’Ambrosio has broadcast live for Italy’s Radio 1, Radio 3 and Radio Vaticana. He teaches piano at Conservatory F. Morlacchi in Perugia, Italy.