Federica Severini

Biography

Federica Severini, born in 1996, graduated in violin at the Conservatory San Pietro a Majella in Naples with full marks, praise and mention. She attended Salvatore Accardo's courses at the W. Stauffer Academy in Cremona and obtained a diploma in violin and chamber music at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia. Federica obtained the MAS (Master of Advanced Studies) at the Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano with Maestro Klaidi Sahatci. She won the First Prize at the "American Protège - International Concert Competition" in New York, performing in the Weill Hall of Carnegie Hall and the Grand Prix at the "Dinu Lipatti" International Competition in Rome. She also received a scholarship for the project "Il sogno di un violino" to perform as soloist with the Italian Chamber Orchestra conducted by Maestro Salvatore Accardo at the Teatro Eliseo in Rome. She was a member the Symphony Orchestra Giuseppe Verdi in Milan. She has been a member  the Teatro alla Scala’S Academy Orchestra in Milan, also performing as a leader. She has collaborated with the Cameristi della Scala, Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Teatro Verdi in Salerno, Orchestra da Camera Italiana, Solisti Aquilani, Tiroler Festspiele Orchesterakademie, Camerata Ducale and La Fil- Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano. She has performed with conductors such as R. Muti, D. Gatti, M. Mariotti, Z. Mehta, T. Gushlbauer, D. Coleman, J.Valçuha, P. Steinberg, I. Fisher, P. Rundel, P. Sorokin, W. Hermanto. Federica dedicates herself assiduously to contemporary music and participated in the project Biennale College Music of the Venice Biennale in 2015-16 and in the exhibition "Assoli" of the Accademia Filarmonica Romana. She currently collaborates with Divertimento Ensemble in Milan, performing at the Huddersfield International Contemporary Music Festival. She plays a violin Romeo Antoniazzi of 1912.