Alberto Bologni

Alberto Bologni graduated “cum laude” under the guidance of Sandro Materassi at the Conservatory “L.Cherubini” in Florence. Subsequently he has attended masterclasses held by Stefan Gheorghiu and Ilja Grubert, achieving the soloist diploma at the Conservatory of Rotterdam.
Having being recognised at important national and international music competitions, he started his concert activity very young by playing as a soloist as well as collaborating with various Chamber Orchestras, such as the Quintet Sandro Materassi, the Trio Petrarca and the Set of Three who brought him to perform in the most important Concert Halls and Theatres in Italy, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, U.K., Finland,  Rumania and South America. He has participated at the Festival of the Two Worlds in Spoleto and also at the Festival of Tateshina in Japan. He is regularly invited to the States to hold concerts and master classes at the Truman University (Missouri), the Lawrence University and the Park University (Kansas). He has been recording for various classical Labels such as Cristophorus, Diapason, On Classical, Tactus and Concerto, as well as carrying out radio-television recordings with RAI 1, Radio Vaticana, Hessischer Rundfunk, West Deutscher Rundfunk, RTSI and Radio Suisse Romande.
He teaches violin at the Istituzione di Alta Cultura Luigi Boccherini in Lucca and plays a Santo Serafino dated 1734.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *