Mauro Spinazzè

Born in Treviso in 1988, he graduated in violin in 2007 under the guidance of M° Igor Coretti-Kuret at the Conservatorio “A. Steffani” in Castelfranco Veneto.

Later, he continued his studies with Giorgio Fava at the same conservatory and Lucy Van Dael at the Conservatory Van Amsterdam (Netherlands), obtaining in 2011 the 2nd Level Academic Diploma in Baroque/Classical Violin with highest honors.

He attended a Post Graduate Study at the Mozarteum in Salzburg under the guidance of violinist Hiro Kurosaki.

He won the 2009 National Arts Award (early music section) with the ensemble “Scintille di musica,” also received special mention in the soloist category in the same competition.

In the field of early music, he has participated in numerous workshops held by such prestigious masters as Christopher Hogwood, Stefano Montanari, Andrea Marcon, Roy Goodman, and Alfredo Bernardini in the role of principal violin and soloist.

He also currently collaborates as a soloist with various orchestras and ensembles of early music such as Venice Baroque Orchestra, Il Pomo d’Oro, I Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca, La Cetra, La Verdi Barocca, Amici Veneziani, Seconda Prattica, Contrarco Baroque Ensemble, Opera Stravagante, Gene Barocco, Novart Baroque Ensemble, La Stagione Armonica, Concerto Romano, Los Elementos flanked by renowned conductors and soloists (A. Marcon, S. Montanari, A. Quarta, G. Carmignola, F. Fagioli, N.Benedetti, P. Jaroussky, A. Avital and others).

He has performed all over the world in such prestigious halls as Musikverein in Vienna, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Philharmonie in Berlin, Walt Disney Hall in Los Angeles, Carnegie Hall in New York, Opéra royal de Versailles, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, Kennedy Centre in Washington, DC, and many others. He began with the Venethos Quartet an intense activity of study and philological reading of the baroque and classical repertoire on original instruments, performing in Italy and abroad and collaborating with artists such as A. Marcon and G. Carmignola. In 2019 the quartet was invited to open the Mozartiana festival in Gdansk, Poland. Also as a soloist, he has collaborated on several recordings for Deutsche Grammophon, CPO, Sony Classical, Deutsche Harmonia Mundi, Alpha Classic and Warner Classic record companies.

Also full-bodied symphonic activity with the orchestras “Young Musicians’ International Symphony Orchestra” (YMISO), the Youth Orchestra of the Central European Initiative, Orchestra Alpina, Orchestra Filarmonia Veneta participating in tours in different European countries such as Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Germany, Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Belarus.

Also active in contemporary music, he collaborates With percussionist Saverio Tasca and the Alterarco quartet in projects of original pieces composed by Tasca himself for string quartet and marimba or vibraphone; he recorded for Velut Luna the album “L’uomo che cammina” and participated in several Jazz festivals.

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