Born in 1990, she began studying piano at the age of six, taking part in numerous national and European competitions, winning first prizes in her category. In 2000 she recorded a CD for the music association Igor Strawinsky of Bari, performing piano pieces by contemporary authors. She collaborates as a pianist in several concerts with the orchestra and choir Mysticus concentus of the musical chapel of Melfi. She also studied singing with Giacomo Colafelice and took part in international master classes held by Bob Stoloff.
Alongside her musical studies, in 2012 she graduated in Psychology at the University of Bari presenting an experimental study on the emotional value of musical language. From an early age she shows a precocious inclination for conducting studies, graduated with honors, has directed on several occasions the Symphony Orchestra of the N. Piccinni Conservatory of Bari, the Orchestra Friends of Music of Ruvo di Puglia and the Symphony Orchestra of the Conservatory U. Giordano di Foggia. She made his debut in opera, directing Così fan tutte by Mozart at the U. Giordano theater in Foggia, recently reopened to the public. She shows a particular interest in contemporary music by following Daniele Bravi’s composition courses and Ivan Fedele’s master classes. She was an assistant to Marco Angius for the staging of Luci mie traitors by Salvatore Sciarrino at the Teatro Comunale in Bologna.
He studied at the A. Steffani Conservatory of Castelfranco Veneto under the guidance of R. Cesena and later attended the Hochschule der Kuenste in Berlin, under the guidance of Maestro H. Schellenberger.
He took part in the specialization courses held by A. Loppi in Pescara and by L. Koch at the Mozarteum in Salzburg.
He has played an intense concert activity both as a soloist and in chamber groups. He played as a first oboe soloist in the Orchestra Filarmonia Veneta. He participated in the Competition organized by the Teatro alla Scala following which he was called to collaborate as Primo Oboe.
He is currently first oboe of the Orchestra of Padua and Veneto.
Graduated with honors at the Conservatory of Venice under the guidance of G. Bacchi, he subsequently perfected himself with T. Friedli and with A. Pay, with whom he undertook the study of the “antique” clarinet.
Subsequently, he has been his assistant in several master classes and master classes and has played at his side on numerous occasions, both on modern instruments and on period instruments.
Since 1985 he plays in the Orchestra of Padua and Veneto, where he still plays the role of first solo clarinet and with whom he recorded the most important pages of the “classical” symphonic literature (symphonies of Mozart and Beethoven).
In this period he also collaborated with the orchestras of many cities: Naples (Rai), Venice (La Fenice), Treviso (Filarmonia Veneta), Milan (La Scala), Parma (Toscanini), Genoa (Carlo Felice), directed by directors such as G. Sinopoli, P. Maag, L. Maazel, G. Gavazzeni, D. Oren, G. Bertini, C. Hogwood, R. De Burgos, C. Melles C. Thielemann, E. Krivine and P. Herreweghe.
He collaborates with various orchestras playing on ancient instruments: the Art of the Arc, the Orchestra of the Arcimboldo, the Chambre Philharmonique and the Orchester des Champs-Elysées in Paris.
He is the founder of the Ensemble dell’Arcimboldo, a group specializing in performances on vintage instruments with which he performed the most important pages of the chamber repertoire written for chalumeaux, baroque clarinets, classical clarinets and basset horn. He has recorded for Claves, Pilz, Ricordi, Velut Luna, Arcophon / Rivo Alto. For many years she has also been teaching in schools of various kinds and in annual and summer specialization courses. He is regularly invited to hold master classes in numerous Italian Conservatories and Music Schools. He teaches antique clarinet at the Vicenza Conservatory and collaborates in teaching the various types of clarinets with the Conservatory of Udine.
Founded in October 1966, in over 50 years of activity the Orchestra of Padua and Veneto presents itself as one of the leading Italian orchestras.
The only Concert-Orchestral Institution (ICO) active in Veneto, the OPV realizes about 120 concerts and opera performances every year, with its own season in Padua, concerts in the Region, for the most important concert companies and festivals in Italy and abroad.
Since 1983 the orchestra’s artistic and musical direction has been entrusted to Peter Maag (principal conductor, 1983-2001), Bruno Giuranna, Guido Turchi, Mario Brunello (musical director, 2002-2003), Filippo Juvarra. In September 2015 Marco Angius assumed the position of musical and artistic director.
The OPV includes collaborations with the most distinguished names in international concertism, including S. Accardo, M. Argerich, V. Ashkenazy, R. Chailly, R. Goebel, P. Herreweghe, C. Hogwood, S. Isserlis , L. Kavakos, T. Koopman, A. Lonquich, R. Lupu, M. Maisky, Sir N. Marriner, V. Mullova, O. Mustonen, AS Mutter, M. Perahia, I. Perlman, S. Richter, M. Rostropovich, K. Zimerman.
In recent years the Orchestra has also distinguished itself in the operatic repertoire, receiving unanimous praise in various productions of works by Mozart, Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi, Poulenc and Menotti.
During the 2015/2016 Season, on the ideation of Marco Angius, the OPV hosted Salvatore Sciarrino as a composer in residence realizing the first cycle of Sound Lessons for Rai5, an experience that was then renewed in the 2016/2017 Season with Ivan Fedele. Also in 2016, the complete performance of Beethoven’s Symphonies directed by Angius in the Ludwig Van Festival was welcomed by an exceptional consensus from the public and critics.
The Orchestra is the protagonist of a vast recording activity that counts more than 60 recordings for the most important labels. It is supported by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, the Veneto Region and the Municipality of Padua.
Molto Allegro, Andante, Presto
Allegro, Adagio, Rondò
Allegro, Andante, Minuetto I e II, Presto
Allegro, Adagio, Rondò
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