Koncert in Kiev Philarmony
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Camille Saint-Saëns Violin Concerto No 3 in B minor, Op 61 00:00 Allegro non troppo 08:44 Andantino 17:12 Molto moderato Nathan Milstein, violin Philharmonia Orchestra Anatole Fistoulari, conductor Live recording. June 1963
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www.lucafanfoni.it Official Page on FB https://www.facebook.com/www.lucafanfoni.it Luca Fanfoni, born in Parma, studied at the "G. Verdi" Conservatory in Milan, where he graduated with honours under Gigino Maestri's guide. At a very young age he won the first prize at the International Competition of Stresa, the first prize at the National Competition of Pescara and the first prize at the National Competition of Vittorio Veneto His acquaintance and studying with violinists of international reputation such as Leonid Kogan, Augustne Dumay, Dora Schwarzberg and Franco Gulli of the Chigiana Academy of Siena resulted to be decisive to his musical formation. At the Chigiana Academy of Siena he was granted both the Diploma of Merit and the Diploma of Honor. He studied for five years with Salvatore Accardo at the "W. Stauffer" Foundation of Cremona and, during this last phase of improvement, he participated to numerous International Competitions winning, in 1988, the first prize at the International Competition " Romano Romanini- Premio Città di Brescia " and winning the International Competition " Giovan Viotti Batiste " of Vercelli in 1987 and the "Enrico Costa" prize in 1989 at the International Competition " Niccolò Paganini " of Genoa. His concerts took place in the most prestigious halls all over the world where he has obtaied unanimous success both from the public and specialized critic so that he can be considered one of the most outstanding Italian violinists. In 2000 he recorded a CD for Phoenix recording house containing musics by E.Grieg, Paganini-Milstein, M.Ravel, A.Piazzolla In 2001, at the end of G. Verdi's centenary , Dynamic discographic house of Genoa issued a Cd containing unpublished pieces and brillinat fantasie on Verdi's themes for violin and piano. In February 2002 he had his début in New York at the Carnegie Hall, where he will hold another concert in 2003; with this performance he will start his tournée in the United States. In the same year the new recording of the 12 Concerts Op.III and 24 Capricci by Pietro Antonio Locatelli has been released for the Dynamic discographic house, recorded in collaboration with the Chamber orchestra "Reale Concerto" as director and soloist. On October 24th, the most important italian musical magazine, AMADEUS, produced and published a volume consisting of Six Sonatas for Solo Violin by Eugene Ysaye, and in May 2005 he performed in Rome, Presidential Palace "Il Quirinale", broadcasted by Rai Radio 3, in duo with Massimo Guidetti, piano. In 2006 he directed and performed Niccolò Paganini's 6th Concerto in E minor with the San Marino State Orchestra. In October 2007 Dynamic Records released the complete recordings of Antonio Lolli's ten violin concertos with Luca Fanfoni as performer and conductor of the Reale Concerto ensemble. In July 2010 Dynamic Records released the complete recordings of Antonio Lolli's violin sonatas for violin and Basso Continuo with Luca Fanfoni as performer. In December 2011 he did a prestigious tour to Guatemala as soloist with Orchestra Sinfonica Juvenil Municipal in support of the project Muni Joven in collaboration with "Enel Cuore" and with the Orchestra of Los Altos in Xela. In Nicaragua he has performed as conductor and soloist with Nicaragua State Orchestra. With the Reale Concerto ensemble in 2012 he went on a long tour in Japan as conductor and soloist, performing in the most important concert halls in Nagoya, Fukuoka, Sapporo, Kanazawa, Shizuoka e Okayama. The concert at the Toppan Hall in Tokyo has been broadcasted live on television by NHK In September 2012 the classical music magazine Amadeus will publish the two sonatas for violin and piano by Ferruccio Busoni in collaboration with the pianist Luca Ballerini. Luca Fanfoni is violin professor at the Parma Conservatory " A.Boito.
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Johannes Brahms Violin Concerto in D major, Op 77 00:00 Allegro non troppo 19:33 Adagio 28:27 Allegro giocoso Nathan Milstein, violin Philharmonia Orchestra Anatole Fistoulari, conductor Live recording. June 1960