Mauro Spinazzè


Mauro Spinazzè was born in 1988. He began studying music at an early age and in 2007 was awarded the violin diploma at Agostino Steffani Conservatoire in Castelfranco Veneto (Treviso). In the same institute he graduated in baroque violin (MA) with Giorgio Fava. From 2000 to 2004 he was a member of the Young Musicians International Symphony Orchestra (YMISO) and played in various concerts in different European countries, including Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Belarus. Since 2003 he has been a member of the Junges Musik Podium Dresden-Venedig conducted by internationally renowned musicians such as Giuliano Carmignola, Andrea Marcon and Stefano Montanari. He performed, both as soloist and principal violin, in the Villa Contarini Baroque Orchestra conducted by Christopher Hogwood (2008) and Roy Goodman (2009 and 2010).
    In 2004 he won 3rd prize (1st and 2nd unassigned) at National Music Competition “Adriano Guarnieri” in Feltre (Belluno) and in May 2007 was selected for admission to the Central European Youth Orchestra with which he played in Italy, Germany, Slovenia, Bulgaria and Romania. In May 2009 he won the National Arts Award (category “Chamber music with authentic instruments”) with the Early Music Ensemble of the Castelfranco Veneto Conservatoire. At the same competition he received a special mention in the “Soloist” category. In May 2006 he performed a recital in the hall of the Gallery of Modern Art in Novi Sad (Serbia). He is the first violin of Ensemble Seconda Prattica and also plays with I Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca and Novart Baroque Ensemble (Treviso).


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