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Born in Florence, Paolo Chiavacci is the first violin and founder member of the Quartetto Fonè, with which he has given concerts at leading venues in Italy, including La Scala in Milan, Santa Cecilia in Rome, La Fenice in Venice, the Amici della Musica in Florence, the Associazione Alessandro Scarlatti in Naples, and abroad, with complete cycles of the Beethoven and Bartók Quartets. He has appeared as a soloist and guest performer with various orchestras, including Mario Brunello’s Orchestra d’archi Italiana, the Padua and the Veneto Orchestras, and the Rome Symphony Orchestra, with which he has recorded the two violin concertos of Malipiero. He teaches the violin and chamber music at the Bruno Maderna Conservatory in Cesena, has given masterclasses in Italy and in Japan, in Osaka, Tokyo and Fukuoka, and assisted the Tokyo Quartet at the University of Yale in Connecticut.

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