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The Gigli Quartet owes its name to the famous tenor Beniamino Gigli. The first violin is Marco Rogliano, one of the most distinguished violinists of his generation. He has won many international awards and played in leading concert halls, including the Moscow Tchaikovsky Hall, Carnegie Hall in New York and La Scala in Milan, collaborating with major orchestras. Judith Hamza, who plays second violin has for more than twenty years been a member of the Italian chamber orchestra I Solisti Aquilani, where, since 1999, she has served as concertmaster. The violist Luca Sanzò has played in major concert halls throughout the world. He is a member of the Freon Group, Italy, specialising in the music of the twentieth century. The cellist Sabine Krams is principal cellist of the Frankfurt Opera.  She is member of the Grüneburg Trio and of the Ensemble Concertant Frankfurt.

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