Manuela Mosca – violin

Manuela Mosca - violin

Manuela, 18 years old, began studying the violin at the age of 6 with Maestro Stefania Carrani at the Nicolini Conservatory in Piacenza, where she currently attends the three-year academic course with Maestro Antonio De Lorenzi.
Winner of prizes in national competitions (“Città di Giussano”, Guadagnini award, Alberghini award) and international competitions (“Mimas Festival 2022”, “Regina Esperia International Music Contest”).
She has played, as an orchestral member, in numerous symphony concerts accompanying internationally renowned soloists such as Enrico Dindo, Danilo Rossi, Benedikt Kloeckner and Massimo Quarta.
In May 2023 she was selected by ONCI, coming third in the national ranking. Since the age of 13 she has been part of the MCO (Monferrato Classic Orchestra), where he performed some of the most important symphonic masterpieces, such as Symphony n. 4 “Italiana” by Mendelssohn, the Symphony IX “Choral” by Beethoven, the Symphony IX “From the New World” by Dvorak, conducted by the Maestros Vitali Alekseenok, Markus Popp, Sandor Karolyi, Felix Hornbachner and Federico Ferrari, also collaborating as of shoulder.
At the age of 15 she performed F. Schubert’s String Quintet D.956, with the maestros Antonio De Lorenzi, Jacopo Di Tonno and Marco Decimo.
She annually attends Masterclasses with the Masters C. Rossi, I. Petteri, L. Coppola, K. Ogasawara.
She collaborates with the Farnesiana Orchestra, where she was directed by Sasha Yankevych and Gianna Fratta.


Manuela Mosca, Gabrielle Echiverri, Yana Prakudovich, Marco Decimo, Massimo Cottica - Brahms

May 30th 2024 – 12.00
Palazzo Ducale, Galleria degli Specchi