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Gabriele Pieranunzi


Gabriele Pieranunzi, the sweetest-toned violinist you could imagine…”
The Birmingham post

For the precocious talent and the uncommon natural skills, Gabriele Pieranunzi has imposed soon at the attention of the public and musical critics as one of the best Italian violinists of his generation.

Between the numerous statements in international competition which characterised his entrance on the musical stage stands out the awards at a very prestigious international competitions like N.Paganini ( Genua, 1988 -1990), Tibor Varga ( Sion) ,Ludwig Spohr ( Freiburg), R.Romanini ( Brescia) , R.Lipizer ( Gorizia), G. B. Viotti (Vercelli), Biennale di Vittorio Veneto.

Graduating at 16 years old guided by A. Pelliccia in Conservatorio “G.Verdi” of Turin, he was later improve his studies with S. Gheorghiu, Salvatore Accardo and Franco Gulli.

He performed with important conductors like Aldo Ceccato, Jeffrey Tate, Vladimi Fedoseyev, Lu Jia, Piero Bellugi, Mattias Bamert, U.Benedetti Michelangeli, Anton Nanut, Julian Kovatchev, Nicolas Cleobury, Gianandrea Noseda, Hansjorg Albrecht,Yuri Bashmet and collaborated on the chamber music’s field with Boris Belkin, Alfons Kontarsky, Rocco Filippini, Nelson Goerner, Alain Meunier, Rainer Kussmaul, Alexander Ivaskhin, Bruno Giuranna, Bruno Canino, Franco Petracchi, Laura De Fusco.

Invited many times by the Municipality of Genoa to play on the famous Guarneri del Gesù “Il Cannone” violin belonged to N.Paganini ,is regular guest of the most leading concert halls like Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia of Rome, Accademia Chigiana of Siena, Festival dei Due Mondi of Spoleto, Herculeesaal of Munchen, Baden Baden Phillharmonie, Rtsi of Lugano, Festival Bemus of Belgrado, ,Filarmonica G.Enescu of Bucarest, Wigmore Hall of London,City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra,Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra of Budapest, Malmoe Symphony Orchestra,Opera City Hall of Tokyo, Festival Mozart of La Coruna, Teatro Coliseum of Buenos Aires, Teatro Regio of Turin, Settimane Musicali of Stresa, Verdi Symphony Orchestra, Milan, Spoleto, Festival dei Due Mondi, Moscow Soloists.

He’s recently recorded The Kurt Weill’s concerto for violin and winds under the baton of Sir Jeffrey Tate for label Concerto Classics and Mendelssohn Complete Piano Quartets for Decca –Universal label with the pianist Roberto Prosseda.

He plays on Ferdinando Gagliano violin ex Gioconda de Vito from 1762, gently offered by Pro Canale Onlus Foundation.

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