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"To know how to listen

means to possess,

along with one's own,

the thoughts of others."

(Leonardo da Vinci)

Jamiang Santi began studying the violin at the age of five with Vittoria Cefaly Santi, continuing at the "G.Verdi" Conservatory in Milan where he graduated brilliantly in 2003 (Three-year Diploma) under the guidance of Maestro Umberto Oliveti. He furthered his studies with Maestro Cristiano Rossi at the Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna (2008), with Maestro Felice Cusano at the Accademia di Musica di Fiesole (2008 and 2009), and with Maestro Fulvio Luciani at the Conservatory of Milan, obtaining a two-year diploma in 2007. Since 2008, he has been studying baroque violin with Maestro Cinzia Barbagelata, refining his skills at the Tadini Academy in Lovere.

Since 2007, he has been a member of the Indaco Quartet, with which he has perfected his skills at the Musik Academie in Basel with Rainer Schmidt. Guest of prestigious music festivals, events, and institutions in Italy, including a recent concert at the Quirinale Palace in Rome broadcast live on Rai Radio 3, the Indaco Quartet has won several awards throughout its career, including the international competitions "Premio Papini" and "Enrica Cremonesi." In 2014, they received the special "Jeunesses Musicales" award during the X edition of the international string quartet competition "Premio Paolo Borciani," marking the first time in the history of the competition that an award was given to an Italian quartet. Numerous collaborations with internationally renowned musicians include Bruno Canino, Carlo Balzaretti, Paolo Beltramini, and notably cellist Valentin Erben, a historic member of the Alban Berg Quartet. With the Brilliant label, he has recorded works by composer G. Albini and other emerging composers. Since 2008, Jamiang has regularly collaborated with orchestras such as Nuova Cameristica, Pomeriggi Musicali, Orchestra dell’Università Statale, Milano Classica, Orchestra Leonore, OFI, and Verdi. He performed Bach's concerto in A minor with the Classical Viva Orchestra as a solo violinist. In the field of early music, he is part of ensembles such as Arcantico, Verdi Barocca, NewBo, Follia Barocca, Magnifica Comunità, and the Irish Baroque Orchestra. In 2013 and 2014, he was a violinist and principal player in the European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO), performing with artists such as Stefano Montanari, Rachel Podger, and Gottfried von der Goltz. Since 2017, he has been the principal player of the Academia Montis Regalis, collaborating with Olivia Centurioni and Enrico Onofri. Since 2020, he has been the violist of the Indaco Quartet.













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