“A meditated violinism, supported by a perfect technique combined with a sensitivity anything but common, and to the almost obsessive respect of the partiture, by which at the same time she is never overpowered” Il Gazzettino
Fabiola Tedesco is considered to be one of the most interesting Italian musicians of her generation. A summa cum laude graduate of the Conservatory “G. Verdi” in her hometown Turin, where she studied with Sergio Lamberto, her talent was discovered at the tender age of fourteen years old by Prof. Ana Chumachenco, that guided and inspired her since then. After studying with Prof. Rudens Turku at the Vorarlberger Landeskonservatorium in Feldkirch (Austria) and at Accademia Perosi in Biella (Italy), she is now mentored by Prof. Natalia Prishepenko at the Hochschule für Musik “Carl Maria Von Weber” in Dresden (Germany).
First prizewinner of numerous competitions in Italy and abroad, in 2019 Fabiola was awarded the prestigious “Premio Daniele Gay”, as an outstanding Italian young musician.The young soloist has performed at acclaimed festivals such as the Ravello Festival, MITO music festival, the “Musei Vaticani” Festival in Rome, the “Starnberger Musiktage”, “Talente im Funkhaus” (ORF), the “Festival Europeo de Solistas” (Caracas), “Polincontri”, the “Seefelder Musiktage”, and the FESTIVAL NEXT GENERATION Bad Ragaz. She has given concerts in Europe, North America and South America. She has performed as a soloist with the Orchestra del Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova, Sinfonieorchester Liechtenstein, Orchestra of the Turin Music Conservatory, the Orchestra Sabauda, the Kiev Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra of the University of Innsbruck, the Orchestra of the Vorarlberger Landeskonservatorium, the OSUAT, the Collegium Musicum Ostschweiz and the Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil “José Francisco del Castillo”, and has played under the batons of W. Marshall, G. Ratti, W. Maxfield, V. Sheiko, B. Lack, C. Büchler, M. Schwarz, J. J. Maldonado and A. Gonzales.
A passionate chamber musician, Fabiola performs often in diverse chamber music groups, in collaboration with some of the most promising rising stars of the classical music world and next to acclaimed musicians such as Francesca Dego, Martin Owen, Gloria Campaner, Giovanni Sollima.
Her praised performance as first violin in Schubert’s String Quartet in C major with superstar cellist and composer Giovanni Sollima, a concert that took place in the great hall of Teatro La Fenice in Venice in January 2020, has been recorded and is now a cd distributed by Movimento Classical.
In Italy, her musical career has since 2017 been supported by Associazione Musica con le Ali.
The young violinist received scholarships from the “Filarmonica della Scala”, “Fondazione CRT”, the “Fondazione DE SONO”, the “Banca Generali” (for her studies at the Accademia Perosi), the “Friends of Rudens Turku e.V.” society and the International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein.
She plays a violin by Goffredo Cappa (1690), which has been loaned to her from the Music Masterpieces foundation in Lugano (Switzerland).