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Uto Ughi - violín

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UTO showed remarkable talent from earliest childhood; in this first public concert at the age of seven he played the Chaconne from Bach’s Partita No. 2 and several Paganini Capriccios.

He then went on to study with Georges Enescu, who had been Yehudu Menuhin’s teacher.

In 1959, UTO UGHI started touring Europe, giving concerts in all the most European capitals and in Italy, where he regularey appears with the major orchestras as well as on the Italian Radio.

One critic, as early as 1952, wrote: “Uto Ughi must consider himself an artistically and technically mature artist”.

In 1963 the Australia Broadcasting Comission (A.B.C.) invited him to come to Australian and New Zealand for a long Celebrities Series concert tour.

Considered one of the finest violinists in the world today, UTO UGHI has appeared with all the most important European and American Orchestras, including: Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Boston Symphony, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Washington Symphony under the direction of conductors such as Celebidache, Colin Davis, Haitink, Sinopoli, Sargent, Rozhdestvenskj, Leitner, Prêtre, Rostropovich, Cluytens, Kondrashin, Chung, Masur, Bishkof, Ceccato.

Every public appearance of his is so successful that requests for more concerts come flooding in from the United States, Canada, the Soviet Union, Australia, Japan.

He has appeared as soloist with all the most prestigious English orchestras, the London Philharmonic, the London Symphony, the Royal Philharmonic, the Philharmonia Orchestra and the BBC Orchestra.

His success at the Salzsburg and Vienna Festivals, where he performed Mozart in the double role of soloist and conductor, was particularey brilliant.

For the “Italia 2000” celebrations in Russia, he gave a concert with the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra for an audience that included the most distinguished representatives of the Russian government and culture.

UGHI showed remarkable talent from earliest childhood; in this first public concert at the age of seven he played the Chaconne from Bach’s Partita No. 2 and several Paganini Capriccios.

He then went on to study with Georges Enescu, who had been Yehudu Menuhin’s teacher.

In 1959, UTO UGHI started touring Europe, giving concerts in all the most European capitals and in Italy, where he regularey appears with the major orchestras as well as on the Italian Radio.

One critic, as early as 1952, wrote: “Uto Ughi must consider himself an artistically and technically mature artist”.

In 1963 the Australia Broadcasting Comission (A.B.C.) invited him to come to Australian and New Zealand for a long Celebrities Series concert tour. Considered one of the finest violinists in the world today, UTO UGHI has appeared with all the most important European and American Orchestras, including: Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Boston Symphony, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Washington Symphony under the direction of conductors such as Celebidache, Colin Davis, Haitink, Sinopoli, Sargent, Rozhdestvenskj, Leitner, Prêtre, Rostropovich, Cluytens, Kondrashin, Chung, Masur, Bishkof, Ceccato.

Every public appearance of his is so successful that requests for more concerts come flooding in from the United States, Canada, the Soviet Union, Australia, Japan.

He has appeared as soloist with all the most prestigious English orchestras, the London Philharmonic, the London Symphony, the Royal Philharmonic, the Philharmonia Orchestra and the BBC Orchestra.

His success at the Salzsburg and Vienna Festivals, where he performed Mozart in the double role of soloist and conductor, was particularey brilliant. For the “Italia 2000” celebrations in Russia, he gave a concert with the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra for an audience that included the most distinguished representatives of the Russian government and culture.

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