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gabrielep.jpgGabriele Pieranunzi claimed the audience's and critics' attention as one of the best Italian violinists. He has obtained an important series of prizes in international music competitions such as “Paganini” in Genoa, “Tibor Varga” in Sion, “Spohr” in Friburg, “Viotti” in Vercelli, “Lipizer” in Gorizia, “Romanini” in Brescia.
After having obtained his diploma when he was sixteen years old guided by Maestro Arrigo Pelliccia, he has continued his studies with Salvatore Accardo, Franco Gulli and Stefan Gheorghiu.
He has been performing regularly for the most important Italian and European concert halls and institutions such as Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, Accademia Chigiana in Siena, Teatro Regio (Turin), Teatro di San Carlo (Naples), Sinfonic Orchestra Giuseppe Verdi (Milan), Teatro Carlo Felice (Genoa), Mantova Chamber Orchestra, Teatro Comunale (Bologna), Festival dei due Mondi (Spoleto), Bemus Festival (Belgrade), Settembre Musica (Turin), Festival Mozart (La Coruña), Herculeesaal (Munchen), Baden Baden Philharmonie, Rtsi (Lugan), Wigmore Hall (London), City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra (Budapest), Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Teatro Coliseum (Buenos Aires).
He performed with several conductors such as Aldo Ceccato, Alun Francis, Lu Jia, Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, Mattias Bamert, Gianandrea Noseda, Julian Kovatcev, Piero Bellugi, Jeffrey Tate and soloists as Boris Belkin, Bruno Canino, Rocco Filippini, Franco Petracchi, Pietro Borgonovo, Alain Meunier, Laura De Fusco, Luis Claret, Rainer Kussmaul, Roberto Cominati, Alfons Kontarsky, Alexander Ivaskhin and Alda Caiello.
In 2004, because of his international fame, he became first violin of the Orchestra of Teatro di San Carlo of Naples. He plays as first violin also in other institutions such as the Orchestra of Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome and La Fenice in Venice.
He performed in Stresa in 2000, 2001 and 2003.