Marco Dalsass received his diploma and graduated with the maximum grade after studying with Maestro Enrico Egano at the Conservatory “A. Steffani” of Castelfranco Veneto, Italy, from which he received also a scholarship. He continued his study with Antonio Janigro, Brunello and Flaksman. In Cremona at the Accademia Stauffer he studied under Maestro Rocco Filippini and at the Accademia Internazionale of Biella (Italy) he studied with Maestro Antonio Meneses graduated with “Excellent”.
He has partecipated in numerous tours throughout Europe, USA, Canada, South America, Japan, China, Thailand, Korea, Malesia, Emirates playing with Solisti Veneti and other prestigious Ensembles.
He played also as soloist at Avery Fisher Hall (Lincoln Center New York City), Ravinia Festival of Chicago, Tanglewood Boston, Teresa Carreno Theater Caracas, Teatro alla Scala di Milano.
He has won many national cello competitions; in 1990 he was recipient of the “Special Prize” for the best interpretation of the “Ciaccona, Intermezzo and Adagio” of Luigi Dallapiccola in the International Competition “Gaspar Cassadò” of Florence. He was the only Italian to receive a prize.
For many years he played with the “Trio d’Archi di Venezia” with which he has continued his interpretative studies along with a successful concert activity. In 1996 he performed the Triplo Concerto of Beethoven with the Zagreb Philarmonic Orchesta receiving acclaim from the national critics.
He teached in the Conservatories of Cesena, Perugia and Cagliari. Since 1995 he has been holding the Masterclass of cello as part of the International Music Festival of Monte San Savino (Italy).
For some years he’s been playing ancient music and he usually collaborates with NovArtBaroqueEnsemble, I Sonatori della Gioiosa Marca and also with Stefano Bagliano, Claudio Astronio.