Luca Fiorentini Cellist
Luca Fiorentini was born in Venice in 1966. He studied in Venice with Adrian Vendramelli and graduated from the Conservatory of Milan with Rocco Filippini. Luca Fiorentini for his musical gifts had major awards from such greats as : Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti, Mstislav Rostropovich, Natalia Gutman, David Geringas, Paul Tortellier, David Stern , Carmignola, Fabio Luisi , Ola Rudner, Franco Rossi and many others. He studied with Paul Tortellier, Anner Bylsma, Mistislav Rostropovich, David Geringas, Daniel Shaffran, Dario De Rosa , Franco Rossi and Piero Farulli. He attended numerous Academies, including Cremona the "Stauffer", the Chigiana, the Mozarteum in Salzburg. For five years he studied at the Musik Hochschule in Vienna in the class of Wolfgang Herzer , principal cellist of the Vienna.
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A November 2018 He called out the complete works for cello and piano, in WORLD PREMIERE, Rene de Boisdeffre, French composer of the previously unknown 1800, together with pianist Jakub Tchorzewski.
Song without Words op. 109 The beautiful “Song Without Words by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy performed by Luca Fiorentini on Antonio Stradivari cello “Stauffer” former Christians 1700 Lisa belonged to Christians and exhibited at the Museo del Violino floor Stefania Redaelli This piece was composed by Mendelssohn for Lisa 800 Christians a young French musician […]
With music by Andrea Ferrante just published New Production Record Company for Zecchini Publisher. Cover Maria Giacchino.
Along with the violin maker Giovanni Lazzaro The master luthier John Lazarus and cellist Luca Fiorentini together within the master de “La Bottega del Cello”… EXTRAORDINARY!!! SIEM – Palermo Territorial Section
Del duo cello and piano Fiorentini – Tchorzewski THE POLISH TRIAD III Thursday 25 September 2014 ore 20.30 Oratorio San Filippo Blacks Luca Fiorentini cello – James Tchorzewski pianoforte. 1) Karol Szymanowski Sonata in D minor for cello and piano op.9 2) Witold Lutos?awski Sacher Variation for solo cello 3) Krzysztof Meyer Canzona per op.56 […]