Saverio Gabrielli

Saverio Gabrielli

Instrumentalist

Chamber Musician
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2017Britten: Simple Symphony, Op. 4Violin
2017Shostakovich: Piano Trio Op. 67Violin
2017Bruch: Violin Concerto No.1 In G MinorViolin
2016Mozart: Violin Concerto No, 3, K. 216, G MajorViolin
2016Mahler: Piano Quartet, A MinorViolin
2016Mendelssohn: String Octet, Op. 20, E-flat MajorViolin
2015Beethoven: Violin Sonata No. 4, Op. 23, A MinorViolin
2015Prokofiev: Violin Concerto No. 1 In D, Op. 19Violin
2015Arensky: Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 32, D MinorViolin
2015Chausson: Chanson Perpétuelle, Op. 37Violin
2015Schumann: Piano Quartet, Op. 47, E-flat MajorViolin
2015Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.6 Op.74 Th 30, B Minor (pathétique)Violin
2015Brahms: Symphony No. 2, Op. 73, D MajorViolin
2015Brahms: Symphony No. 1, Op. 68, C MinorViolin
2014Saint-saëns: Violin Concerto No. 3, Op. 61, B MinorViolin
2014Franck: Violin Sonata, Fwv 8, A MajorViolin
2012Grieg: Holberg Suite, Op. 40 (for Orchestra)Violin

Bio


Born in Trento (Italy) in 1990, he graduates in violin with highest honors at the Verona Conservatory F. E. Dall’Abaco under the tutelage of M° Alberto Martini. He continues his studies with M° Ilya Grubert at the Fondazione Musicale S. Cecilia in Portogruaro (VE) and then at the Amsterdam Conservatory, where he obtains his Bachelor of Music thanks to the scholarship won at the Fondazione Cassa Rurale di Trento for the best study project in Europe. 
He attends masterclasses of M° Pierre Amoyal, Nobuko Imai, Ida Haendel, Nina Beilina, Pavel Berman, Vera Beths, Liviu Prunaru, Wolfgang Schroeder and Malcolm Bilson.
He wins several awards in national and international competitions, including the 1st absolute prize at the European Music Competition in Moncalieri (TO), the 1st prize at the special edition Premio Geminiani in Verona and 1st prize at the Verona Rotary Club competition for the best interpretation of the 1° violin concerto op. 19 by S. Prokofiev.
He also obtains the 2nd prize at the national competition Città di Giussano (MO), the 2nd prize at the International Music Competition in Cortemilia (CN) and the 2nd prize at the International competition - Premio Antonio Salieri in Legnago (VR).
He is an active chamber musician, he performs for important festivals like Anima Festival (Cuneo), Estate Musicale Frentana (Chieti), Goethe Institut Amsterdam, Società Filarmonica Trento, Mezzano Romantica, Palermo Classica International Festival with artists such as Aleksandra Kasman, Sofia Vasheruk, Maria Kustas and Axel Trolese.
He is regularly invited as a guest violinist together with cellist Stefano Guarino at the International Piano Competition Premio Roberto Melini, where he performed Piano Trio n.2 op. 64 by D. Shostakovich, Brahms op.8, Beethoven “The Ghosts” and Lenormand Piano trio.

He also plays in several Orchestras like I Virtuosi Italiani, Orchestra Festival pianistico internazionale di Brescia e Bergamo, Orchestra Nazionale dei Conservatori, Symphony Orchestra Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Philharmonia Amsterdam, Orchestra regionale dei Conservatori del Veneto, taking part in important international festival like Il Settembre in Accademia, Ad lucem - arte contemporanea with Arvo Pärt, Musica e arte sacra with Antonella Ruggiero, Suona Francese, Pergolesi - Spontini, Cello Biennale Amsterdam with Mischa Maisky, Giovanni Sollima, Johannes Moser, Frans Helmerson and Colin Carr. 
He plays under the baton of renewed conductors such as Corrado Rovaris, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Alessandro Cadario, Fabien Gabel, Ed Spaniaard, Paul Watkins, Dirk Vermeulen, Junichi Hirokami and Andrew Grams.
He permanently plays as Konzertmeister with the Ensemble The String Soloists of the dutch violinist Lisa Jacobs in Amsterdam with whom he recorded both Locatelli and Haydn violin concertos for Cobra Records. He therefore performed in television, radio and in the most important halls in The Netherlands such as Concertgebouw, Paleis Het Loo, Tivoli Vredenburg, De Harmonie Leeuwarden, Stadsgehoorzaal Leiden, Muziekgebouw Eindhoven.



He plays on a beautiful and fine violin “Joseph Franciscus Cappa” from 1642.



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Brahms: Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 8, B Major/minor Violin Immediately 2018
Debussy: Piano Trio, L. 3, G Major Violin Immediately 2018
Tchaikovsky: Serenade For Strings, Op. 48 Violin 1 week 2018
Chopin: Trio For Violin, Cello And Piano, Op. 8, G Minor Violin 24 hours 2018
Britten: Simple Symphony, Op. 4 Violin 1 week 2017