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Federica Vignoni   Violin


She began studying violin with M. Ferraris at the age of 9, and shegraduated  with the honors in 2001 under the guidance of F. Mezzena at the Conservatory "L. D 'Annunzio" in Pescara.She studied at the Academy "W. Stauffer" in Cremona with Salvatore Accardo, and attended masterclasses with F. Manara and G. Carmignola.


She won national and international competitions (City of Grottole, City of Monopoli, Pergolesi, NaplesNEW, City of Civita d'Antin, Vittorio Veneto, first prize at the Norcia International Festival, first prize at the Rovere d'Oro Competition in San Bartolomeo al Mare).


She collaborated with symphony orchestras, opera, chamber and baroque ensembles including: the European Union Youth Orchestra(EUYO), Italian Chamber Orchestra, Italian International Orchestra, 0rchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese, Teatro Marrucino Orchestra, Open City Orchestra, Orchestra da Camera delle Marche, Gli Archi di Florence, the Ars Musica Orchestra, the Ensemble Fidelio Inventio Musici Orchestra, Anxanum Baroque Orchestra. Since 2002 she is member of the European Union Youth Orchestra, and she has an ongoing collaboration with the SIXE Ensemble (Italian Sound for Europe) that led her to perform in several european cities as a soloist with the orchestra and in duo with piano. She is member of the Orchestra Mozart, conducted by C. Abbado.

This intense activity led her to perform in major halls of Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Holland, England, Scotland, Germany, Egypt, Greece, Cyprus, Algeria, Malta, Israel, Venezuela, Colombia and Japan.


She had concerts as a soloist with the Orchestra of the Pescara Conservatory, Abruzzo Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica di Pescara, Ars Musica Orchestra, Orchestra Musicians Inventio, with the SIXE Orchestra.She was selected to represent the Pescara Conservatory during Martha Argerich's visit, playing in duo with piano.

She has performed live European broadcast on Radio 3 “Astral Cycle Part II” for violin and tape by M. Lupone.


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