ORCHESTRA DA CAMERA DI MANTOVA
Un classico dal 1981
Sette mesi di stagione concertistica
Un festival di intrecci sorprendenti
Imparare a fare e ad ascoltare la musica
OCM / MUSICIANS
Carlo Fabiano began his musical studies at the ‘L. Campiani ‘institute of Mantua, but only after meeting the violinist Franco Claudio Ferrari, who later became his teacher and guide, did he decide to make music the center of his life. Thus, he left university to devote himself exclusively to violin and, after graduating at the Conservatory of his city, he held the position that belonged to his teacher, entering a role – the one of the teacher – which he currently continues to have. Within various symphony orchestras and chamber ensembles, he has achieved intense activity in many European countries, in the United States, in Central and South America, in North Africa and Asia. In 1981, he founded the Mantua Chamber Music Orchestra of which he has always been a concert violin. In 1997, together with his principal conductor, Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, he received the prestigious ‘Franco Abbiati’ award from the Italian Music Critics, for artistic achievements obtained with the ensemble he founded. In 1993, after the recognition of the Mantua Chamber Music Orchestra by the Ministry of Culture, with the support of public and private bodies, he conceived and created “Tempo d’Orchestra”, an concert-based event that has its base in the wonderful Bibiena Theater in Mantua, as well as in other areas of the Virgilian territory, and of which he has always been in the charge of the artistic direction.
Since the academic year 2010-2011, he has been entrusted of Chamber Music teaching role at the Postgraduate Courses of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, in Rome. He plays a Cremonese violin by Giovanni Battista Ceruti dated 1848.