Enrico Carraro - Viola
Enrico Carraro, was born in Italy in 1985. Since January 2013, Enrico Carraro is Principal Viola of the orchestra of Teatro Regio of Torino and of the Filarmonica Teatro Regio (Musical Director M° Gianandrea Noseda), and on march 2013 he played Mozart “Sinfonia Concertante” as soloist for the symphonic season. He has been Principal Viola of the chamber orchestra “I Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano” since 2010, where he also played as soloist on march 2012. He collaborated as Principal Viola with “Orchestra del Teatro la Fenice di Venezia”, “Orchestra da camera di Padova e del Veneto” (Piero Toso concertmaster) and “Orchestra d'Archi Italiana” (Artistic Director Mario Brunello). Enrico Carraro has given many performances with chamber ensembles in collaboration with Giovanni Angeleri, Simone Briatore, Mario Brunello, Enrico Dindo, Ilya Grubert, Luca Ranieri, Luca Simoncini, Sonig Tchakerian and Piero Toso at “Portogruaro International Music Festival”, Vicenza's “Settimane Musicali”, Firenze's “Amici della Musica” and “Solisti di Pavia”. He studied violin with Sonig Tchakerian, Ilya Grubert and Leon Spierer and viola with Davide Zaltron, Simone Briatore, Alfredo Zamarra and Danusha Waskiewitcz. He has also taken masterclasses with “Trio di Parma” and Enrico Bronzi at “Portogruaro International Music Festival”, with “Quartetto di Cremona” at “Stauffer Accademy”, with “Trio Italiano” and at “Orchestra Mozart's Academy”. Since 2015 he is a board member of “Filarmonica Teatro Regio”. After getting the Classical High School diploma in 2004, he graduated in 2007 in Economy at the University of Padova. Enrico Carraro plays a viola made by Giovanni Paolo Maggini (1625) thanks to Foundation “Pro Canale” and is supported in his artistic activities by “Fondazione Emenegildo Zegna”.