Flavia Napolitano

Flavia Napolitano was born in Madrid in 2007.
She started studying violin shortly before her eighth birthday.
Since 2015 she has studied at the Academy of Pinerolo with the violinist Adrian Pinzaru.
In 2016 she was accepted in the Conservatory of Turin with the teacher Piergiorgio Rosso.
She attended master classes with masters: Boris Garlitsky, Dmitri Chiclov, Ilya Grubert, Lukas Hagen, Natalia Prishepenko.
Since 2016 she attended regularly master classes with Master Sergey Krilov in Italy and abroad.
She made her first public performance at the age of eight as a soloist at the “Summer Music Festival” in Bardonecchia (Turin), playing the Oscar Reading Concert op 35.
In 2016 she played with CFM Orchestra during the “Turin Classic Music Festival” and for the project “Cinema ‘900” for the remake of the silent film “Il Fauno” in collaboration with the
Cinema Museum of Turin.
Her first performance as a violin soloist was at the age of 9 years, when she was invited to play the Concert in A minor by Bach with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Kaunas (Lithuania).
In 2018 she played Viotti Concert n. 22 at the Conservatorio di Musica di Piacenza G. Nicolini and Preludio Allegro (Kreisler – Pugnani) at Conservatory of Nice.
In 2018 during the “22° International Festival Elba Isola Musicale d’Europa” she was invited to play with Camerata Fontainebleau the Preludio e Allegro Kreisler/Pugnani and Bartok’s
Danze Popolari Rumene.
In 2019 Flavia has been invited to play as soliste and in recitals at:
Conservatorio G.Verdi, Torino
Palazzo Camozzini, Verona
Palazzo Cattaneo, Cremona
Palazzo Vecchio, Salone dei Cinquecento, Firenze
Santa Pelagia, Torino
Castello della Manta and Castello di Masino (Piemonte) during EstOvest Festival
Sala Consiliare “Orazio Barbieri” Comune di Scandicci
Real Chiesa di San Lorenzo, Torino
Studio Recital Hall at the Centre for Fine Art of Bruxelles
Aula Magna Ospedale di Firenze and Aula Magna Ospedale di Arezzo per Agimus Firenze
2018: National Competition “E Lucean le Stelle” : First Absolute Prize
2018: Val Tidone International Music Competition: First Absolute Prize
2018: Città di Villafranca International Competition: First Absolute Prize
2018: Elba Festival Prize
2019 National Chamber Music Competition, Milano (category under 20, in duo with the pianist Emma Guercio): First Absolute Prize
2019 International Competition Città di Firenze “Premio Crescendo: First Absolute Prize violin category and First Absolute Prize string under 30 category
2019 VI International Competition Rizzardo Bino: First Absolute Prize ex æquo with pianist Elia Cecino, under 30 category, all instruments
First Absolute Prize under 18 category, all instruments
2019 International Competition “Il Piccolo Violino Magico”: Third prize (only italian finalist out of 13 countries represented) and Prize as best Mendelssohn Concert performer
2019: Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition in Brussels: Winner in Chamber Music Category in duo with pianist Emma Guercio
Since 2015 to 2018 has been part of white voices Choir of Teatro Regio in Turin.

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