The 21-year-old Italian violinist, Fabiola Tedesco, “plays the violin with brilliance, sound interpretive skills and an intense ability to create and sustain tension”. (Süddeutsche Zeitung) At the age of 16 she graduated with distinction from the Music Conservatory in Turin, her home town, where she was tutored by Professor Sergio Lamberto. From 2013 to 2018 she studied violin with Prof. Rudens Turku at the Vorarlberger Landeskonservatorium in Feldkirch, Austria. Through her musical career, she has been highly inspired by the encounter with Ana Chumachenco, whose masterclasses throughout Europe she is attending regularly, and with Natalia Prishepenko, whose annual masterclass at the Accademia di Pinerolo she is currently attending.
The young violinist has already been awarded numerous first prizes, for example at the “Concorso Vittorio Veneto”, the “Premio Antonio Salieri”, the “City of Turin Prize”, the “Rotary Prize”, the “Premio Pugnani”, the “Filarmonica della Scala” Prize and at the soloist competition of the Vorarlberger Landeskonservatorium.
Fabiola Tedesco has performed at acclaimed festivals such as the 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 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 G. Ratti, W. Maxfield, V. Sheiko, B. Lack, C. Büchler, M. Schwarz, J. J. Maldonado and A. Gonzales.
Since 2018 she has been member of Ensemble Esperanza, a chamber orchestra formed by scolarship-holders of the International Music Academy of Liechtenstein, who come from all over the globe and are among the most promising musicians of their generation (www.ensemble-esperanza.li).
The young violinist receives scholarships from the “Fondazione CRT”, the “Fondazione DE SONO”, the “Friends of Rudens Turku e.V.” society and the International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein. She plays an Alessandro D’Espine violin (1825), which has been loaned to her from the Music Masterpieces foundation in Lugano (Switzerland).