Silvano Perlini

SILVANO PERLINI studied at the Conservatory “A. Pedrollo “of Vicenza, graduating with honors in” Composi¬zione “(honors had never been given before in this discipli¬na), in” Choral Music and Choir “(for both diplomas under the guidance of M ° E. Pisa), in “Conducting” (at the “A. Boito” of Parma), in “Violin” (under the leadership of Mº E. Balboni) and in “Teaching of Music “. At the same Conservatory, later transformed into Institute of Musical Studies, received with honors the Master Degree in Violin to address soloist, performing a concert unpublished Ottorino Respighi and a thesis on sonatas for piano and violin Johannes Brahms. As a violinist he studied with Masters Carmignola, John William, Cristiano Rossi and Enzo Porta; was also completed in chamber music with the “Trio di Trieste” in Duino (TS), with Bruno Canino and Stefania Redaelli. Plays an instrument built in Venice by Luigi Fabris in 1872. As a composer he was awarded in national and international competitions; His works are performed in Italy and abroad.

He studied conducting with teachers Ludmil Descev and Vram Tchiftchian, perfecting his studies with Maestros Donato Renzetti in Milan (“Musical Afternoons”) and Pescara (“Pescara Music Academy”) and Salvador Mas Conde Academy of Vienna. He directed – in Italy and abroad – important orchestral institutions including the Chamber Orchestra of the National Theatre in Sofia, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Schoumen (Bulgaria), the State Symphony Orchestra of Plovdiv (Bulgaria), l ‘ Orchestra of Padua and Veneto, the Chamber Orchestra of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the Symphony Orchestra of Pescara, Serenade Ensemble, Alpe-Adria Consort, the Symphony Orchestra of the Province of Verona “I. Montemezzi “, the” European Doctors Orchestra “in London (Italian first director), the Ensemble Musagète. He is the founder and principal conductor of the chamber orchestra “Alio Modo Ensemble”. Since 1999 collaborates with the Center for Studies, Research and Training of Diparti¬mento Musical History of Visual Arts and Music at the University of Padua. Ricordi has published a book on the relationship between Music and Rhetoric in the Renaissance Polyphony. He is professor of violin at the Music High School State “Carlo Montanari” of Verona.