Maria Mosconi is a complete and versatile artist, approaching many musical musical genres, from baroque to classical, including jazz and contemporary music.
She is invited as a soloist in various productions, international festivals and collaborates international festivals and collaborates with chamber groups or orchestras (Ensemble Contraste, Paris Mozart Orchestra, 2E2M, Les Forces Majeures, Le Concert de la Loge, Pulcinella, Le Cercle de l’Harmonie, La Chapelle Harmonique, les Accents).
In 2012, she created with two international musicians, the violinist Alexandra Soumm and the pianist Paloma Kouider, the association Esperanz’Arts, a collective of professional artists committed to social welfare.
She is also the artistic director of L’Écho de la clique, an ensemble whose ambition is to which has the ambition to make emerge new forms of musical spectacles at the crossroads of the intersection of literature, theater and visual arts.
Since 2017 she has been the musical director of the Orchestre Paris Sciences et Lettres at the Sorbonne University.
Maria Mosconi also pursues a career as a photographer and in 2018 she joined the Hans Lucas agency, a partner of AFP and Reuters.
Her photographic work is published in the French and international press.
In 2022, she was preselected for the World Press Photo for a long documentary work in the intimacy of a woman, her mother, suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
She composes her photographic series like a score, a personal and accessible reading and accessible, in resonance with her musical universe.