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ELEONORA MATSUNO

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"Art is the most beautiful deception of all!

(Claude Debussy)

Born in 1984 in Milan, Eleonora graduated in 2003 with top marks from the G.Verdi Conservatory in Milan under the guidance of Maestro Umberto Oliveti. In 2007, she graduated with top marks again, this time earning a second-level degree in violin under Maestro Gabriele Baffero. She furthered her education at the Fiesole School of Music in the advanced class of Maestro Felice Cusano.

She collaborates with various orchestras nationally and internationally, including the International Mahler Orchestra (Germany), Camerata Nordica (Sweden), and the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra. She has served as principal violinist in orchestras such as the Tuscan Regional Orchestra, the Italian Philharmonic Orchestra, Milan Classic Chamber Orchestra, Novara Coccia Theater Orchestra, the "Marialisa de Carolis" Entity Orchestra in Sassari, and Camerata Nordica.

In 2007, the Indaco Quartet was formed, of which Eleonora is the first violinist. With the quartet, she has won numerous awards at some of the most prestigious national and international chamber music competitions, including first prize at the Osaka Competition in 2023.

She has also performed as a chamber musician and soloist in numerous venues in Italy and abroad, receiving enthusiastic critical acclaim. She has participated in various radio broadcasts, including quartet formations for Radio 3 (Concerti del Quirinale and the "Piazza Verdi" program) and for BBC Radio Live in England.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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