Enrico Bronzi

Cello

Enrico Bronzi

Cellist and conductor Enrico Bronzi was born in Parma in 1973.

Founder of the Trio di Parma in 1990, he has played in the most important concert halls in Europe, USA, South America and Australia (Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York, Berlin Philharmonic, Konzerthaus in Vienna, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Philharmonic in Colonia, Herkulessaal in Munich, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Wigmore Hall and Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires). With this training he shone in international competitions in Florence, Melbourne, Lyon and Munich, also receiving the “Abbiati Prize” from Italian music critics.

Since 2001, following the affirmations at the Rostropovich Competition in Paris and at the Paulo Cello Competition in Helsinki, where he also receives the Prize for the best performance of the Dvorak concert with the Helsinki Philharmonic, he begins an intense solo activity. He regularly participates in numerous festivals, including: Lucerne, Kronberg, Schubertiade Schwarzenberg, Melbourne, Turku, Naantali, Stresa, Ravenna, Lockenhaus.

His activity led him to collaborate with great artists such as Martha Argerich, Alexander Lonquich, Gidon Kremer, and bands such as the Hagen Quartet, the Kremerata Baltica and the Giardino Armonico. He plays and has performed as a soloist under the guidance of Claudio Abbado, Christoph Eschenbach, Paavo Berglund, Frans Brüggen, Krzysztof Penderecki, Tan Dun, Reinhard Goebel. He has followed the conducting lessons of Jorma Panula and is Guest Conductor of numerous Italian ensembles, including the Mozart Orchestra (at the invitation of Claudio Abbado), the Orchestra of Padua and Veneto, the Virtuosi Italiani, the Philharmonic Marchigiana, the Val d’Aosta Symphony, the Abruzzese Symphony, the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Fenice Theater, the Mantua Chamber Orchestra and the Vicenza Olympic Theater Orchestra.

Since 2007 he has been a professor at the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg and artistic director of the Summer Music in Portogruaro. Among his recordings, in addition to the vast production with the Trio di Parma, there are all the concerts of Boccherini (Brilliant Classics), the concerts of CPE Bach (Amadeus), a monographic disc on Nino Rota, the Sonatas of Geminiani (Concerto ) and the complete suite of Bach (Fregoli Music) which was in second place in the top ten of classical music albums of the iTunes Music Store.

Enrico Bronzi plays a Vincenzo Panormo cello from 1775.

Our Teachers

Pavel Berman

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Kristina Blaumane

Cello

Denis Shapovalov

Cello

Tatiana Masurenko

Viola

Andryi Vitovich

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Yulia Deyneka

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Andrea Oliva

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Sonia Prina

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Lorenzo Micheli

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Eva Bindere

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Vadym Kholodenko

Piano

Silvia Marcovici

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Rena Shereshevskaya

Piano

Enrico Bronzi

Cello

Alena Baeva

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Silvia Careddu

Flute

Carlo Chiesa

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Anna Pirozzi

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