Giacomo Invernizzi

Giacomo Invernizzi


Born in Cremona in 1968, studied Violin at the Arrigo Boito Music Conservatory in Parma graduated in 1989.

He then graduated in Portogruaro, Venice, at the courses held by M. Pavel Vernikov.

He is a violin teacher at the Lucio Campiani Music Conservatory in Mantua, a place that he holds after winning the National Ministries Competition.

Previously, from 1997 to 2006, he was part of the "Opera of Rome Opera" Orchestra, where he won two competitions, the one for "Violin in a row" and "Concertino dei Violini Secondi".

At the Opera Theater, he had the opportunity to collaborate with internationally renowned conductors and soloists such as Giuseppe Sinopoli, Gary Bertini, Daniel Oren, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti, Josè Carreras and Ennio Morricone. Has been part of the "Quintet of the Opera Theater".

The years of his stay in Rome are seen as a member of the Harmos Quartet, the first violin, with which he holds concerts in important locations in Italy and abroad and participates in radio broadcast Rai "Radio 3 Suite".

He regularly collaborates with the "Dedalo Ensemble" in Brescia, the Chamber Orchestra of Mantua, with the "National Orchestra of the Rai" in Turin, the Orchestra of "I Pomeriggi Musicali" in Milan, etc. He has recently been invited To collaborate with the "National Symphony Orchestra of S. Cecilia" in Rome.

He plays a violin built in Cremona in 2011 by Elisabetta Giordano, on the model of Guarneri del Gesù.


dèdalo ensemble

Villaggio Prealpino

traversa Xa n° 25

25136 Brescia BS - ITALY

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