As a cello soloist and leader of the Baroque chamber ensemble Accademia Ottoboni, Marco Ceccato has established a reputation as a virtuoso performer, particularly in Baroque concerto repertoire, and as a recording artist. Born in France, Ceccato has worked primarily in Italy, and he has recorded albums with his own ensemble, working with harpsichordist Anna Fontana, theorbist and guitarist Francesco Romano, cellist Rebeca Ferri, and double bassist Matteo Coticoni. Ceccato also performed as soloist in a recording of Haydn's Cello Concerto No. 1 in C major with Gli Incogniti, in collaboration with violinist and conductor Amandine Beyer. He has released albums of works by Luigi Boccherini and Antonio Vivaldi, as well as Pietro Gaetano Boni, Filippo Amadei, Nicola Francesco Haym, Giuseppe Maria Perroni, Giovanni Battista Costanzi, Giovanni Battista Bononcini, and Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier, demonstrating a commitment to even the most obscure composers of the Baroque era. Ceccato has recorded primarily for Zig Zag Territoires and Alpha, and he has also edited publications for Musedita Edizioni Musicali.