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Suono Italiano 2019 // Nicola Di Benedetto (violin)

Date:

12/03/19


Suono Italiano 2019 // Nicola Di Benedetto (violin)

Nicola Di Benedetto was born in Pordenone in 2001. He started playing the violin when he was only 7 years old.


Currently he studies with M.Mauro Loguercio at the Milan's Conservatory “Giuseppe Verdi. He also attends classes with M.Pavel Berman at the Accademia Perosi in Biella.


He took part in several Masterclasses with many worldwide renown artists such as Emmanuele Baldini, Massimo Quarta, Sergej Krylov, Stefan Milenkovich and Pavel Berman.

He stood out in several national and international contests: the recognitions he obtained include the first absolute prize and the special prize “Lodovico Agostini” for the best performance at the 10th competition Lodovico Agostini, the first absolute prize at the 10th international contest Silver-Leonardo Da Vinci in Florence; the first absolute prize where he got 100 out of 100 and the
prize as best violinist, winning in all the categories at the 21st contest “E. Arisi città di Cremona”. Moreover, he received the first prize at the 8th competition “Piove di Sacco”, the first prize at the 7th international competition Salieri in Verona, the first absolute prize at the 2nd international competition “Diapason D’oro 2016” and the first prize at the 22nd competition “Città di Giussano”.


In 2017 he debuted at the Royal Albert Hall in London as the winner of the first prize at the International competition “London Grand Prize Virtuoso”. A few months later he played at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York, as the winner of the first prize at the “Ny Golden Classical Music Awards competition”.


He took part as a guest in many local and national tv and radio broadcasts, such as the special section “Saremo Famosi” hosted by Giancarlo Magalli on Rai 2 (Rai Radio Televisione Italiana) and on Rai Radio 1.


He regularly performs as a soloist for the most important concert associations (including Amici della musica di Padova, Amici della Musica Busseto, Società dei Concerti Milano, Associazione Chamber Music Trieste, Teatro Verdi Pordenone).


He plays a 1855 J.B. Vuillaume violin (a copy of Paganini’s Guarneri) and uses a J. F. Schmitt bow that previously belonged to the violinist Franco Gulli.

 

Free admission, booking recommended.

 

In collaboration with CIDIM - Comitato Nazionale Italiano Musica.

Information

Date: Tuesday, December 03, 2019

Time: From 6:30 pm To 8:00 pm

Organised by : IIC

In collaboration with : CIDIM

Admission : Free


Location:

IIC

1133