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Gian Paolo Peloso

Violinist

“Gian Paolo Peloso is a young-old acquaintance, as a violinist and friend, that I respect and love in both ways: a true musician, of the highest quality as a soloist and chamber music performer, and a top class violin teacher, honour of our profession and its future”

IVRY GITLIS


Biography

Gian Paolo Peloso is regarded as one of the finest Italian violinists. He has studied with some of the greatest pedagogues of the 20th century, including the legendary Ruggiero Ricci, Ivry Gitlis, Igor Ozim, Pierre Amoyal and Viktor Pikaisen. He made his debut at age ten under the direction of composer Luciano Berio, and has performed as a soloist with orchestras, in recitals and chamber music concerts extensively throughout Europe, most notably at Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival in Finland, Martha Argerich Festival in Switzerland, Carnegie Hall in New York, Music Concert Society of Milano, House of Music in Moscow, Sun Festival in Singapore, Archipel Festival in Geneva and Festival of Cannes in France.

Peloso has recorded sonatas by Saint-Saëns and Poulenc for the National Suisse Radio, toured extensively with the Camerata de Lausanne, and performed chamber music with Sofia Gubaidulina, Mark Lubotsky, Pierre Amoyal and Bruno Canino. He was appointed Violin Professor at the Conservatory of Music (University) of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, and has given master classes in Europe, United States and Asia. He plays on a violin Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi of 1775.

Gian Paolo Peloso

Mr. Peloso has performed on October 29th at Carnegie Hall (Weill Hall) in New York Busoni second Violin Sonata, with pianist Bruno Canino, for the 150th composer's birthday celebrations.


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Concerts

June 3th 2017

Mantova Chamber Music Festival, Italy

Palazzo Ducale, Sala degli Specchi
Gian Paolo Peloso violino
Vladimir Mendelssohn viola
Monika Leskovar violoncello
Gabriele Carcano pianoforte
J. Brahms (1833-1897) Quartetto n. 1 in sol minore op. 25

June 4th 2017

Mantova Chamber Music Festival, Italy

Palazzo Ducale, Sala degli Specchi
Gian Paolo Peloso violino
Bruno Canino pianoforte
F. Busoni (1866-1924) Sonata n. 2 in mi minore op. 36a

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