Fabio Bellofiore

Born in Turin in 1964, he graduated with outstanding grades under the guidance of M° Fantini and subsequently specialized with M° Brengola at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, M° Yokanovic, M° Mosesti and M° Marin.
For several years, he has collaborated with many prestigious Symphony Orchestras such as the Orchestra della RAI of Turin (performing with them both in Italy and abroad with well-known soloists and Orchestral Directors), Orchestra Sinfonica of Sanremo, Orchestra dei Filarmonici of Turin and the Piccola Sinfonica of Milan being successful in many auditions.
Specializing with Wien Barok in Early music, he has performed as soloist in many concerts in Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, England and Holland, in particular the prestigious Festival Mozart in Lille stands out, where he performed the concertos of Giovanni Battista Somis for violin and strings in the Great Hall of the Palazzo Comunale. He has recorded for label Tactus La Bersabea, an oratorio by Giulio D’Alessandri, for the label Amadeus, the concertos and quintets by Mauro Giuliani, and for Opus 111 of Paris a CD of music by Isabella Leonarda, the early Italian Baroque female composer. In an article published by the magazine Fanfare the American musical critic Brian Robins wrote, “Fabio Bellofiore’s violin produces the best performance to be heard, stylized but full of dramatic impulse and projected in the best Italian style of playing music on antique instruments”.
In 2001 he founded the Baroque Ensemble “Isabella Leonarda” and has performed in various musical projects and festivals as first violinist. In October 2003 he recorded music by Suor Maria Xaveria Peruchona, Ursuline, from the 1600’s for the record house ” SvaNa srl” and in 2007 Il quaderno dell’ Imperatrice by Farinelli for the record label “Concerto”.
In 1999 he won the prize, “Umberto Barozzi” for art, a very prestigious artistic recognition sponsored by the Province and the City of Novara under the patronage of the President of the Republic, awarded in the previous year to the pianist, Simone Pedroni.
Having won a competition with the highest honors, he was named full professor of violin in the S.M.S strumentale “Duca d’ Aosta” in Novara.

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