violín, Emma Parmigiani
Born in Parma in 1997, Emma Parmigiani graduated in violin at the Conservatory of her city under the supervision of Grazia Serradimigni. She won awards in numerous national competitions and she attended courses and master classes with various masters, including Ana Chumachenco, Rainer Honeck, Kolja Lessing, Yves Savary. She has been studying privately with Keiko Wataya for about a year. At the age of 17 he joined the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester as a concertino for first violins, playing in halls throughout Europe under the direction of Daniel Harding, Ingo Metzmacher, Kent Nagano, Herbert Blomstedt, Christoph Eschenbach. In April 2018 she collaborated with the Mozart Orchestra for the three concerts conducted by Bernard Haitink in Lugano and Bologna. At only 16 she played Berg's Kammerkonzert at the Bologna Festival; she then made her debut in Brahms' Violin Concerto with the "Arturo Toscanini" Symphony Orchestra of Parma. In the chamber music field, she performed Mendelssohn's Octet op.20 with violinist Kolja Lessing and cellist Yves Savary, Brahms' Sextet op.18 with violinist Ivan Rabaglia and violist Olga Arzilli; she played Beethoven's Geister Trio with Yves Savary and Pierpaolo Maurizzi. Since 2017 she has been playing in the Alma Mahler Kammerorchester, an ensemble founded together with some colleagues of GMJO.