Miranda Mannucci

Born in Desenzano del Garda on May 9, 2001, she graduated at the age of 16 in violin at the ” Campiani Conservatory of Mantua with a 10 laude rating.
Sh e participated in several violin competitions winning the first prize at the International Concors of Musile del Piave, Moncalieri, Val Tidone, at the Salieri of Legnago where she also won the Baroque Prize for the interpretation of the Sonata by G. Tartini “La Didone abbandonata”. In 2014 s he was first with a score of 100/ 100 at the I International Competition Acerbi CompetitionCompetition” in Mantua and in 2018 with 97/100 s he won the XI National Instrumental Competition in Giussano.
In 2011 she won the Kiwanis scholarship offered by the ” Monteverdi ” Music Instit ute of Cremona and, on the same occasion, the luthier Stefano Conia gave her one of the most beautiful bows of her production.
In 2014, in addition to winning the scholarship offered by the Rotary Club of Verona, she was selected as a soloist to perform the Concerto n.2 for violin and orchestra by H. Wieniawski, accompanied by the Orchestra of the Arena di Verona Foundation under the direction of Maestro Victor Bockman.
In 2017 she won the Haimoff Competition which allowed her to perform as a soloist performing Mozart’s Concerto n.3 for violin and orchestra at the Teatro Sociale in Mantua accompanied by the Orchestra of the Conservatory of the cityconducted by Carla Delfrate.
She will perform the same concert in Bulgaria, accompanied by the Ch amber Orchestra of Blagoevgrad under the direction of Maestro Krasimir Topalov.
Active in Master Classes, she perfected herself with the following Masters: Zakhar Bron, Karen Shakhgaldyan, Marco Rizzi and Alessandro Milani.
In the year 2017/18 s he pass ed the admission to enter the class of Maestro Ilya Grubert at the Conservatorio ” Pollini in Padua and obtained the II Level Master in Violin Soloist.
Since 2018 s he has been studying with Maestro Massimo Quarta at the Conservatorio della Svizzera italiana, attending the Master’s in music performance in violin that s he concluded in 2021 and, currently the MAS, Master of Advanced Studies in Music Performance, and Interpretation.
She is first violin of the NED Ensemble, an orchestral reality that for years has been promoting the music of the historical ‘900 and living authors with whom she was a guest of the Piazza Verdi” broadcast of Radio 3 with live performances. She collaborates with the Orchestra of the Conservatory of Lugano and with the Osi, Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana. She is first violin in a row of the Luigi Cherubini Youth Orchestra founded and directed by Maestro Riccardo Muti. In 2011 s he won the scholarship “Professione Orchestra organized by the RAI of Turin and Academy of Musi c of Pinerolo and recently performed, with the violist Alessandro Prandi, the Sinfonia Concertante” by Mozart as part of the III Festival of Contemporary Arts in Verona.

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