Born in Milan in 1988 to a family of musicians, Edoardo began to study violin at the age of four. He studied with the Russian violinist Sergej Krylov.
On 2005 at the age of 17, he graduated with honors at the Milano Conservatoire of Music and from 2005 to 2007 was tutored by Pierre Amoyal in Lausanne. Edoardo Zosi is also currently studying with the great Italian violinist Salvatore Accardo at the Stauffer Academy in Cremona and Accademia Chigiana in Siena.
Edoardo made his debut as a soloist in the Verdi Hall of the Milan Conservatoire in 1995, after which he performed in other major concert halls in Italy including Teatro Bibiena in Mantova, Teatro Politeama in Palermo, Udine, Venezia, Padova, Roma, Bolzano, Trento and Milano.
Despite his young age, Edoardo Zosi has been awarded first prize in numerous competitions, and particularly the International Violin Competition “Viotti Valsesia”in 2003, where he was also the youngest competitor.
Abroad, Edoardo has played in Hungary, Poland, Switzerland, Romania, Ukraine, Austria. In Germany he made his debut in 2004 with the Berlin Philharmonic playing the Tchaikowsky Violin Concerto and in Stuttgart for the Silvester Konzert 2004. In France he performed at the Festival de Montpellier and Radio France: the concert was broadcast on Radio France and the press called Edoardo the “real surprise of the 2004 Festival”.
In September 2005 he toured China ( where he will return in Autumn 2012) performing in Canton, Shanghai and Beijing at the Poly Theatre.
He has been a soloist with the Deutsche Kammerorchester, la Camerata de Lausanne, Berliner Symphoniker, Orchestra Haydn, Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana, I Solisti Veneti, Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana, Roumanian State Orchestra, Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, China Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra, Wuerttembergische Philharmonic, NWD Philharmonic, Orchestre National de Montpellier, Prague Chamber Orchestra and collaborated with great artists such as Salvatore Accardo, Pierre Amoyal, Sergey Krylov, Anatol Ugorsky, Dimitri Sitkovesky, Enricque Diemecque, Alan Buribayev, Alexander Vedernikov, Bruno Canino, Fazil Say, Antonio Meneses, Bruno Giuranna, Aleksandar Madzar.
He recorded a CD with pianist Bruno Canino for the label Amadeus, dedicated to Strauss Sonata op 18 and Brahms Sonata op 108.
A new CD has been released in February 2012, Bruch Violin Concerto N.1 with Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino.
His instrument is a Santo Serafino 1745 violin on loan from the Pro Canale Foundation of Milano.