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Giuseppe Prencipe
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Giuseppe Prencipe took his diploma at S.Cecilia under Pina Carmirelli and continued his studies with Georges Enesco. He was one of the founders of the "Scarlatti" in Naples in the post-war period and taught for over twenty years at the "San Pietro a Majella" conservatory. As a soloist he has won a large number of prizes both in Italy and abroad. He was a soloist with the
"Virtuosi di Roma" on numerous tours throughout the world before becoming a soloist with the "Solisti Italiani".
After thirty years of activity in the world of chamber music he moved to symphonies when invited by the Academia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia (the National Academy of St. Cecilia) to be the first solo violinist in that institutionís permanent orchestra. He has been responsible for numerous original performances and recordings both for RAI (the Italian state broadcasting corporation) and abroad. He also organised special courses at Fiesole for over fourteen years.
At the present time he is in charge of the special training course for orchestral work of the Academia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia. Since 1991 he has been the artistic director of the Cameristi Italiani. With this ensemble Prencipe has engaged in a large number of tours and during the tricentenary celebrations to mark Tartiniís birth he was invited by the Commune of Pirano to be one of its star participants. On this occasion he had the honour of performing in a special concert with the famous Amati violin owned by Tartini, an instrument which was thus played for the first time in over two centuries. He here plays a G. B. Guadagnini which was made in 1754.

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