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PAOLO GHIDONI

Paolo Ghidoni was born in Mantua, where he obtained his violin diploma with special merit at the age of seventeen, under the guidance of Ferruccio Sangiorgi. Ghidoni is well-known as a soloist and chamber music performer, especially for his ability to communicate with audiences. He followed chamber music courses with members of the Trieste Trio at the Fiesole Music School and at the Accademia Chigiana, where he obtained three diplomas with merit under the guidance of Franco Gulli. He has collaborated with Mario Brunello, Enrico Dindo, Giuliano Carmignola, Franco Petracchi and the Trio d’Archi of La Scala, and usually performs with the pianist Marino Nicolini. He has also served as a member of the Trio Matisse. Ghidoni is now responsible for the chamber music department at the Conservatory of Mantua.

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