Corrado Bolsi was born in Rome where he obtained violin degree in “Santa Cecilia” Conservatory with honors.
He studied violin with P.Vernikov and chamber music with P.Farulli and F.Rossi.
His interest for ancient music took him to collaborate with renowned musicians such as C.Coin, J.Savall, C. Hogwood, F.Biondi and to perform with them touring Europe .
In 1993 he became violin professor in the Belgian Royal Conservatory and he moved to Gent .
He has played as invited Konzertmeister in many European orchestras such as, Beethoven Academy, Vlaamse Opera , Orchestra de la Radio Belga, WDR Koln, Orquesta del Teatro del Liceu de Barcelona, Orquesta Sinfonica de Barcelona , Orquesta Sinfonica de Madrid , Orquesta de Granada, Orquesta Sinfonica de Navarra, Orquesta Real Filarmonia de Galicia.
As soloist and as chamber musician he has performed a huge repertory that goes from baroque to vanguard music in the most famous music halls all over the world.
He has played in the Carnegie Hall in New York, Musikverein in Wien, Konzertgebow in Amsterdam , Bunka Kaikan in Tokyo, Melba Hall in Melbourne , Theatre du Champs Elisèe in Paris, Konzerthouse in Oslo , Frankfurt Opera and Munich Philarmonie between others.
Has played as solist with famous directors as J.Pons, R. Alessandrini, G.Van Waas, J.Cayers, C.Hogwood, F.Bruggen, and others.
He has conducted many orchestras in Europe playing as soloist/konzertmeister .
Since 2011 he is the artistic and musical director of the Orquesta da Camera
de Granollers, Barcelona, where conducting as Konzermeister he performed all the most important Chamber orchestra repertoire as Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart and Schubert, arriving until the XX and XXI century music.
Since 2003 he has took the position of violin professor and head of the strings department in the Conservatorio Superior del Liceu in Barcelona where he lives.
He has given many violin master classes in Spain, France, Italy, Japan, Canada, Peru, Belgium, United States …
He plays on a famous violin made by J.B. Villaume in 1829 called “Ex Kaufmann” for the modern and classic repertoire and on a 1727 David Tecchler en F.Simeoni for the baroque repertoire.