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"knowing how to listen

means to possess,

together with your 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 brilliantly graduated in 2003 (Bachelor's Degree) under the guidance of Maestro Umberto Oliveti. He studied with M ° Cristiano Rossi at the Philharmonic Academy of Bologna (2008), with M ° Felice Cusano at the Academy of Music in Fiesole (2008 and 2009) and with M ° Fulvio Luciani at the Conservatory of Milan, obtaining the two-year diploma in 2007. From 2008 he began studying the baroque violin with M ° Cinzia Barbagelata, perfecting himself at the Tadini Academy in Lovere.

Since 2007 he has been part of the Indigo Quartet with which he perfected at the Musik Academie in Basel with Rainer Schmidt. Host of reviews, festivals and prestigious musical institutions in Italy, including the recent concert held at the Palazzo del Quirinale in Rome and broadcast live on Rai Radio 3, the Quartetto Indaco has won several awards over the course of its career, including the international competitions "Papini Award" and "Enrica Cremonesi". In 2014 he received the special prize "Jeunesses Musicales" as part of the 10th edition of the international competition for string quartet "Premio Paolo Borciani", the only time in the history of the competition in which a prize was awarded to an Italian quartet. Numerous collaborations with internationally renowned musicians, among which Bruno Canino and Carlo Balzaretti, Paolo Beltramini and not least the cellist Valentin Erben, historical member of the Alban Berg Quartet, stand out. With the Brilliant label he recorded the music of composer G.Albini and other emerging composers.
Since 2008 Jamiang has been collaborating regularly with the Nuova Cameristica, Pomeriggi Musicali, the State University Orchestra, Milano Classica, Orchestra Leonore, OFI, Verdi. With the Viva Classical Orchestra he performed the Bach Concerto in A minor in the role of solo violin. In the field of ancient music he is part of the ensembles Arcantico, Verdi Barocca, NewBo, Follia Barocca, Magnifica Comunità, Irish Baroque Orchestra, la Venexiana. In the years 2013 and 2014 he was violinist and first part of the European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO) playing with artists such as Stefano Montanari, Rachel Podger and Gottfried
von der Goltz. Since 2017 he has been part of the Academia Montis Regalis, collaborating with Olivia Centurioni and Enrico Onofri.
Since 2020 he is the violist of the Q.I.













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