Michael Bosetti

Michael Bosetti

Principal Violinist

Violinist Michael Bosetti attended the Univ. of Michigan and the New England Conservatory. His primary violin instructors were Mihail Stolarevsky, Paul Makanowitzky, Louis Krasner, and Jaimie Laredo.

Violinist Michael Bosetti attended the Univ. of Michigan and the New England Conservatory. His primary violin instructors were Mihail Stolarevsky, Paul Makanowitzky, Louis Krasner, and Jaimie Laredo. Michael was a full-time member of the Syracuse Symphony for 31 years and has worked with the Atlantic Symphony (now called Symphony Nova Scotia), North Carolina Symphony, the Chautauqua Institute Orchestra, the Grand Teton Festival Orchestra, the Garth Newell Festival, Glimmerglass Opera, and others. Now a busy freelancer and violin instructor, he performs with several orchestras, including the Buffalo Philharmonic, Symphoria, Tri-Cities Opera, the Binghamton Orchestra, and the Clinton Symphony Orchestra.

Michael is an avid chamber musician. He is the first violinist and founding member of the Clinton String Quartet. Formed in 1983, CSQ remains a very popular ensemble performing for private parties, corporate, religious, and municipal events, and in concert. He also performs with other ensembles including the Clinton String Trio and violin/piano duo.