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Ballarin Alessandro

Tuba
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Alessandro Ballarin attained a diploma at the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory of Music in Venice in 1982 and then improved his ability under the guide of great masters such as Roger Bobo ( Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra), Robert Tucci ( Munich Opera Orchestra), Rex Martin ( Northwestern University of Chicago), Jane Kagarice ( North Texas University) and Roger Rocco ( Chicago).

Alessandro was part of the Italian Youth Orchestra in 1989 and 1990. In this period he was taught chamber music by master Vinko Globokar and he played many soloist concerts under the supervision of master Roger Bobo He performed in different ensebles like Tuba and Piano, Tuba and Woodwind Quintet, Tuba and Viola and Brass Ensembles.

He played in many prestigious italian orchestras such as the Rai Orchestras in Torin an Rome, The Veneto Philharmonic Orchestra,The Tuscany Region Orchestra, The Pomeriggi Musicali Orchestra in Milan, The Fenice Theatre Orchestra in Venice and The St. Petersburg Orchestra, and he took part in several tours abroad ( Japan, China, Poland, France, Germany, Spain, Denmark and United Arab Emirates.

He had been playing the Tuba at the Fenice Theatre in Venice between 1994 and 2014 under the guide of some of the most famous and well-know orchestra conductors at global level like R. Muti,G. Sinopoli, K. Masur, E. Inbal, L. Maazel, J,E. Gardiner, G. Pretre, K. Ono, M. Chung, Y. Temirkanov, D. Harding, M. Viotti, D. Kitaenko, R. Barshai, J. Tate, Y. Arhonovich, C. Scimone, N. Jarvi, E. Pekka Salonen, L. Berio, C. Thielemann, M. Arena, N. Santi, G. Gelmetti ( Algos Tuba solo), D. Renzetti, E. Morricone  and V. Jurowsky ( Wagner- Gotterdammerung Premio abbiati 2009).

Since 1990 he has worked as a teacher at the Conservatory of Monopoli and Rovigo. Now he is teaching Tuba at the Tomadini Conservatory in Udine. 

 

 

Barbieri Roberto

Percussion

Barchi Alfredo

Orchestral practice

Begelman Boris

Baroque Violin

Bernetti Sergio

Euphonium, Trombone

Bonazzo Antonio Gabriele

Harmony theory and analysis

Bonini Daniele

Practice piano

Brusaferro Annamaria

Practice vocal reading and piano (Didatics)

Bulfone Nicola

Clarinet
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Nato a Hässleholm in Svezia, ha compiuto gli studi clarinettistici al Conservatorio di Udine, diplomandosi alla scuola del M° A. Pecile col massimo dei voti.

Dal 1985 al 1988 si è perfezionato alla Hochschule für Musik di Stoccarda col Prof. Ulf Rodenhäuser (Berliner Philharmoniker), conseguendo il diploma artistico superiore.

Affermatosi in diversi concorsi nazionali e internazionali, ha frequentato corsi di perfezionamento con K. Leister, A. Pay, G. Garbarino ( borsa di studio Accademia Chigiana ).

Ha collaborato come clarinetto e corno di bassetto con l’Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano, l’Orchestra del Teatro G.Verdi di Trieste, l’Orchestra Sinfonica di San Remo, la Filarmonica della Scala, il Teatro La Fenice di Venezia, l’Orchestra Sinfonica del Teatro San Carlo di Napoli, sotto la direzione di Maestri quali R. Muti, Z. Mehta, G. Sinopoli, R. Chailly,G. Gavazzeni.

Come solista e in diversi gruppi cameristici, assieme a V. Mendelssohn, K. Bogino, P. Gallois, P.H. Xeureb, I. Goritzki, U. Rodenhäuser, C. Rossi, l’Ensemble Villa Musica, I Solisti della Scala, il Moyzes Quartett, il Quartetto Tartini, il Quartetto Agorà, il Trio Altenberg e altri, ha partecipato con successo a numerosi Festival e rassegne concertistiche: Parigi Saint-Germain, Musica Viva Monaco di Baviera, Ludwigsburg, Musica nel nostro tempo Milano, Biennale di Venezia, Festival di Ravello, Klagenfurt, Lubiana, Middelburg-Olanda, Horovitz Festival Europa, Nomus Novi Sad, Mittelfest, Algeri, Budapest,Torino Unione musicale, Bratislava, Città del Messico, Siviglia, Oporto, ecc.

Si è esibito come solista con l’Orchestra Filarmonica Slovacca, l’Orchestra del Festival Rossini in Wildbad, il Collegium Musicum di Udine, l’Orchestra Sinfonica dello Stato del Messico, la Filarmonica di Udine, l’Orquestra do Norte (Portogallo), la Vogtland Philharmonie , l’Orchestra Sinfonica del Friuli – Venezia Giulia, l’Orchestra Filarmonica di Sofia ( Bulgaria ), l’Orchestra Filarmonica di Bialystok (Polonia), l’Orchestra da Camera di Rijeka ( Croazia ), l’Orchestra di Krasnojarsk ( Russia ) e diverse orchestre da camera.

Ha effettuato registrazioni radio-televisive per SWF, RAI, ORF, BR, SDR, Koper, Art Kanal Beograd.

Rinomati compositori hanno scritto pezzi solistici a lui dedicati.

Ha fatto parte della giuria del Concorso Internazionale per Clarinetto “Jeunesses Musicales” di Belgrado nel 1997.

Per 10 anni primo clarinetto dell’Orchestra Filarmonica di Udine, ricopre dal 2000 al 2006 il medesimo ruolo nell’Orchestra Sinfonica Regionale del Friuli Venezia Giulia.

È socio fondatore dell’Associazione Filarmonica del FVG e svolge attività didattica come docente di Conservatorio e in Corsi Internazionali di perfezionamento.

Ha collaborato come direttore e preparatore della sezione fiati dell’Orchestra giovanile dei Corsi di formazione professionale ENFAP a Gorizia.

Ha inciso come solista 10 Concerti per due Clarinetti e Orchestra su 3 CD per “Agorà” e per la medesima etichetta un CD con registrazione in prima mondiale dei Concerti per Clarinetto e Orchestra di Carlo Paessler di cui ha curato la revisione per l’Editore Kunzelmann.

Caldini Sandro

Oboe
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Sandro Caldini, studied oboe with F. de Sanctis and M. Bruno at the Conservatory of Music in Florence and graduated in 1983. Then he studied chamber music with John Blakely and english horn with Geoffrey Browne; in 1985, as english horn player, he won the 1st prize in chamber music at the International Music Competition in Stresa. From 1982 to 1984 he has been playing as solo oboe of the Chamber Orchestra of Florence and in 1989, he taught at the Federal University in Rio de Janeiro. He collaborated with Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Corale Coradini, GAMS Ensemble, Ensemble Art et Jeunesse, Contempoartensemble, Minimal Ensemble and Esprit du bois; he was solo oboe in the Cantica Nova Orchestra of Siena and Guido Monaco Orchestra in Arezzo; he is solo oboe in the Accademia Secolo XXI Orchestra in Legnago since 2005. He has been playing in Italy, Germany, UK, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Sweden, Switzerland, Canada, Brazil and USA In 1992 he qualified as oboe teacher in the Music Academy and taught at the Conservatory of Music in Milan and Cagliari ; in 1997 he was appointed oboe professor at the Conservatory of Music in Udine. He is a member of IDRS and BDRS and collaborated with some magazines such as Toscana oggi, Setticlavio, I Fiati, La gazzetta della musica, Double reed news, The journal of IDRS and The Double reed. Additionally he is an active editor of oboe works for Musica Rara, Doblinger, Breitkopf & Härtel and Phylloscopus editions (works of Pasculli, Triebert, Parma, Albinoni, Haendel, Ponchielli and Vivaldi). He recorded CDs for Rivo Alto, CRDM and Ariston labels. He served as 2nd Vice-president of the IDRS for the biennal period 2006-2007 and was in the jury at the Barbirolli International Oboe Competition in 2005 and in 2009, in the Fox-Gillet Competition 2007 and 2011, in the Young Artist oboe Competition 2008 giving masterclasses in Italy, Germany, Norway, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Commonwealth, Brazil and USA. He plays Lorée instruments.

Canino Serena

Chamber music

Cantatore Nicola

Guitar pop/rock

Chiarandini Paolo

Practice piano

Chini Andrea

Choral practices

Ha studiato al Conservatorio di Trento diplomandosi in Pianoforte, Musica corale e direzione di coro, Composizione.

Ha frequentato corsi e seminari nell'ambito della didattica e della direzione di coro, con N. Conci, F. Cappelli, B. Zagni, P. Kühn, K. Maximov, E. Rodriguez, J. Lombana.

Come compositore ha ottenuto il primo premio al VI Concorso internazionale di composizione ed elaborazione corale (Trento, 1990), seguito da altri premi nelle edizioni del 1994, 1996, 1998 e 2000; il primo premio in composizione per la didattica (Ferrara, 1996) ed in Elaborazione corale (Aosta, 1999).

Ha collaborato a progetti discografici o editoriali con diversi cori del Trentino.

Vincitore del concorso per la cattedra di Armonia e Composizione presso la Civica Scuola Musicale di Rovereto, vi ha insegnato dal 1995 al 2002.

Dal 2002 insegnante di ruolo in Conservatorio per la cattedra di Esercitazioni Corali.

Ciociola Paolo

Ensemble music for string instruments

Comisso Francesco

Violin

Francesco started studying music at a very early age with his father, a musician.
After graduating from the Conservatory of Venice under the guidance of Prof. Giulio Bonzagni he moved to Germany, where in 2001 he received the academic title of "Konzertdiplom" with honours from the Musikhochschule in Hamburg under Prof. Andreas Röhn (Concertmaster violin at the Bayerische Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester).
He continues his artistic development as a violinist at the Academy of Chioggia (Venice) under the guidance of Maestro Dejan Bogdanovich.
In Italy, in the final exam of the three-year course in chamber music held by
Maestro Piernarciso Masi at the Piano Academy of Imola, Francesco performed a duo with pianist Pierluigi Piran and received the highest possible marks with distinction. This was followed by an intense touring schedule with numerous performances of complete sonatas for violin and piano by Beethoven, Brahms and Dallapiccola.
He also plays as a SOLOIST with: Solisti Veneti di Claudio Scimone, Interpreti Veneziani, the Veneto Philharmonic, the Hamburger Synphoniker, Camerata Strumentale Italiana (Trieste), the Ferruccio Busoni Chamber Orchestra (Trieste), the Orchestre du Festival de la Printemps di Saint-Dizier (FRANCE)
In CHAMBER MUSIC he works with international musicians such as Pavel Vernikov, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Sonig Tchakerjan, Danilo Rossi, Dejan Bogdanovic, Emanuelle Bertrand, Pierre-Henry Xuereb, Pierre Fabrice, Patrick Gallois, Andrea Lucchesini, Adriano del Sal, Rossana Calvi and Alessio Allegrini.
In the orchestral field he works as Concertmaster with: the Orchestra of the Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, the Orchestra of Padua and Veneto, the Veneto Philharmonic, the Marche Philharmonic Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Camerata Strumentale di Prato, the Human Rights Orchestra, the Orchestre du Festival de La Printemps - Saint Dizier FRANCE, and always as Co.Leader and Principal of Second Violins with: the Orchestra of La Fenice in Venice and the Orchestra of the Arena di Verona.
Since 2007 he has often collaborated with: the Orchestra of the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra and the National Orchestra of RAI in Turin, playing under the direction of conductors such as S. Bichkov, M. W. Chung, D. Barenboim, D. Gatti, R. Chailly, E. Krivine, R. Muti, Y. Temirkanov and D. Harding.
He has made audio and video recordings for RAI, Dynamic Rai Trade, Brilliant Classics, Telecapodistria, TDK, Velut Luna, Newport Studios, Hardly Classic, Arthaus Musik and Fabula Classica.

He is a professor of violin at the "Jacopo Tomadini" in Udine.

Since 2003 he has been a part of the First Violins of the "I Solisti Veneti" of Claudio Scimone, playing also as a soloist in more than forty countries and in the most prestigious halls (Wiener Muiskverein, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, Salle Gaveau in Paris, Tokyo Suntory Hall, Tokyo Opera Hall, the Philharmonie in Berlin, Gulbekian Musichall in Lisbon, Center of Performing Arts, National Theather of Beijing, Tel Aviv et Jerusalem Theater, Teatro Teresa Carreno and Sala Simon Bolivar in Caracas, etc.) and at the most important festivals of the world.

He plays a Don Nicola Amati 18th century violin.

Costaperaria Alessandra

Musical pedagogy (Didactics)