Raphael Fusco is a versatile keyboardist, composer, and conductor active throughout Europe and the United States. He has led performances from the harpsichord with Branford Marsalis, Daniel Rowland, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Martha Graham Dance Company, Company XIV, and members of the Venice Baroque Orchestra, appearing in venues including Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Kimmel Center, and for Boston University, Amherst Early Music Festival, and Tuscia Opera Festival. Mr. Fusco is the recipient of awards from Aliénor Harpsichord Composition Competition, American Prize for Music, NATS Art Song Competition, and two artist residencies at the Piccola Accademia di Montisi. He is a founding member of Corelli Collective and Uncommon Temperament, music director for ¡Figaro 90210! and currently serves on the faculties of the Classic Lyric Arts and Opera Lucca festivals. He holds degrees from Mannes College of Music and completed studies at the G. Verdi Conservatorio of Turin, Paris Schola Cantorum, and Vienna Konservatorium, studying with Arthur Haas, Jacques Von Oortmerssen, Rita Peiretti, Giulio Castagnoli, Narcis Bonet, David Loeb, and Carl Schachter.