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Fabiano Martignago

Fabiano Martignago was born in 1994 and began his musical studies in 2000 at the Giovanni Gabrieli Music School in Cornuda (Treviso) with Marino Vettoretti. In 2004 he began lessons in recorder with Arrigo Pietrobon and in 2005 enrolled at the Agostino Steffani Conservatoire in Castelfranco Veneto (Treviso), where he studied with Vivalda Savelli, Antonio Politano and Stefano Bagliano. He is currently attending the seventhth course with Manuel Staropoli. He has frequented master classes and workshops in early and baroque music, given by David Bellugi, Johan Hofmann, Gudrun Heyens, Dan Laurin, Kees Boeke and Lorenzo Cavasanti.

He has performed in many concerts as soloist and in chamber ensembles, with repertoires of early and baroque music. He plays with The strings of the Conservatoire A. Steffani conducted by Alberto Vianello and with which he performed at the International Music Festival in Gorizia. In 2010 he was principal recorder of the Villa Contarini Baroque Orchestra conducted by Roy Goodman, performing at prestigious venues such as the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza and the Festival Grandezze & Meraviglie in Modena. He also performed in Palermo, XIX Stagione Concertistica "I concerti del Loggiato", Monza, Musica antica a Villa Reale, Brescia, Settimane Barocche and Pavia, Pavia Barocca.

In 2009 he won the 1st National Recorder Competition held by the European Recorder Teachers' Association. In April 2011 he won the National Arts Award in the category “Soloist”. He has performed in many concerts as soloist and in chamber ensembles, with repertoires of early and baroque music.

 

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