Mariano Boglioli is a harpsichord player based in The Netherlands. Born in Argentina, he began his musical education studying organ and piano with Marisa Gianni and Norma Scarafía, respectively. He continued at the Universidad Nacional de Rosario (piano and choir conducting), Universidad Nacional de La Plata (choir and orchestra conducting) and Conservatorio Manuel de Falla (harpsichord), beeing part of the first generation of students at the first early music department in Latin America. His teachers there were Jorge Lavista (harpsichord) and Federico Ciancio (basso continuo). He  moved to the Netherlands in 2012, where he finished his Master studies in harpsichord under the guide of Jacques Ogg and Patrick Ayrton. He participated actively in Master Classes by Luca Guglielmi, Dirk Boerner, Christophe Rousset, Kris Verhelst, Jordi Savall, Menno van Delft and Philippe Pierlot, among others.

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      During his student years in Argentina he was the harpsichord and organ player of the Coro y Orquesta de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, performing mostly baroque opera and oratorio. He also was part of some chamber groups, and he created the Ensemble Fiori Musicali, which he conducted from the keyboard.

      He has been part of renowned ensembles such as La Compañía de las Luces (Buenos Aires), conducted by Marcelo Birman,  specialized in baroque opera, including the recording of two CDs (David et Jonatas by M.A. Charpentier and Hipolyte et Aricie by J.P. Rameau). As a guest musician he performed several times with La Barroca del Suquía, baroque orchestra conducted by the violinist Manfredo Kraemer, either in orchestral projects as well as in chamber music concerts. He also participated in projects lead by Juan Manuel Quintana and Gabriel Garrido. He was invited to perform both as a soloist and as a chamber music player by the International Bach Festival of Gran Canaria (IBF), performing different programs with soloists and members of the Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest (Amsterdam), and members of the IBF Orchestra. He also collabotated with the ensemble Musica Temprana (The Netherlands), Orquesta Sinfónica de Rosario (Argentina), Orquesta Sinfónica de Córdoba (Argentina), Ensemble De Profundis (Uruguay), and many more.

      He was hired by the Conservatorio Manuel de Falla from Buenos Aires to work as co-repetitor for the singing lessons of Beatriz Moruja, position he kept until he moved to the Netherlands in 2012. He is regularly invited by the Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag to accompany master classes and auditions.

      He was a founder member of the ensemble Radio Antiqua (The Netherlands), winners of the first prize in the Göttingen Chamber Music Competition (Germany, 2014) and selected for the Eeemerging program depending on the Festival d´Ambronay (France), being main members of the Academie baroque d´Ambronay 2015, conducted by Enrico Onofri. He was also part of the Ensemble Le Voci delle Grazie, also selected for the above mentioned program. He also co-founded the ensembles L´Armée des Amoureux and the ensemble La Pantomime, which is a harpsichord duett with Patricia Robaina, which expands for certain programs up to 8-10 members.

      With these and and other ensembles he performed in the following festivals: Pavia Barocca and Grandezze e Meraviglie (Italy), Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik (Austria), Göttingen International Haendel Festival (Gemany), Utrecht Early Music Festival and Grachten Festival (The Netherlands), Vivat Curlandia (Latvia), Música por los Caminos del Vino and Festival Camino de las Estancias (Argentina), Festival d´Ambronay (France), Seviqc Brežice Festival (Slovenia), among others.

      He combines his activities as a harpsichord and contiuo player, with teaching and choir conducting.

      He currently teaches piano at the Muziekakademie Den Haag.