GABRIELE BELLU

BelluAfter musical studies at the Conservatory “Luigi Cherubini” in Florence, he perfected his studies in violin and chamber music following courses throughout Europe with teachers such as Franco Rossi, Salvatore Accardo, Ivry Gylis, Norbert Brainin. He was a member of the “Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino” from 1990 to 2007 after winning regular International competition. The same year he established the Elisa Quartet and won numerous national and international competitions with it, playing in the world's most prestigious halls and collaborating with internationally renowned musicians as Bruno Canino and Sir. James Calloway.

He had a very active cooperation as leader of first violins in several Italian Orchestras such as the “Fenice di Venezia”, the “Carlo Felice” of Genoa, the “Teatro Lirico” of Cagliari, the “Filarmonica Veneta”, the “Bruno Maderna” Orchestra, the “Internazionale d’Italia”, the “Città Lirica” Orchestra, the “Virtuosi Italiani” the “Filarmonici of Verona” , the “Milano Classica” and other Italian and foreign structures. Numerous were the tours with the “Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino” and “Filarmonica della Scala” again with Directors of international fame and prestige like Riccardo Muti, Zubin Mehta, Lorin Mazel, Claudio Abbado.

During the last few years he plays with Giovanni Sollima and his ensemble receiving many gratifying reviews and also essaying more frequently philological executions on original instruments. He teaches violin at the Conservatory “A. Buzzolla” of Adria. He plays a “Matteo Goffriller” violin built in Venice in the XVII century.

 

 

 

 

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