Giuseppe Gibboni goes international!
Giuseppe Gibboni, talented violinist and student of the Accademia Sincronìa in the class of maestro Carlo Maria Parazzoli, at the age of 15 won the First Prize at the prestigious “Andrea Postacchini” International Violin Competition held in Fermo on May 21-28, 2016.
To Giuseppe Gibboni, from all the staff of SINCRONÌA Musica Arte Bellezza, best wishes for a brilliant career.
Giuseppe Gibboni was born in 2001 and is currently enrolled and attends the 9th year of Violin at the Martucci Conservatory of Salerno under the guidance of Maestro Maurizio Aiello.
In October 2015 he passed the selection for admission to the Stauffer Academy of Cremona in the class of Maestro Salvatore Accardo. In January 2016 he was admitted to the Accademia Sincronìa of Rome in the class of Maestro Carlo M. Parazzoli with scholarship study.
He has participated in various national and international competitions, always ranking first: CAM Castellaneta, Barletta, Eratai, Denza, Trofeo Città di Greci, Campagnano di Roma, Puccini – Città di Eboli, Media Musicale, Antonello da Caserta, Jacopo Napoli, Campi Flegrei, Don V. Vitti, Napoli Nova, Luciani of Cosenza, Caccamo Benedetto; Albanese, P. Mandanici – Barcellona P. di Gotto, 2013 Lions Prize San Severino Market, A. Vivaldi – Sapri Competition, Orfeo Stillo-Cosenza, Crescendo Agimus Florence Prize, A. Apreda -Sorrento, V. Scaramuzza Crotone, Paisiello Lecce, Valsesia – Viotti 2014, Castel San Giovanni (PC), XXIII International Violin Competition A. Postacchini (with special prize for the performance of Paganini’s capricci).
In June 2012 he performed at the VII World Gathering of Families in Milan in the presence of S.S.Benedetto XVI.
On April 5, 2014 he represented the Martucci Conservatory at RAI 1 Mattina in Famiglia at “Sfida fra Conservatori” performing Paganini’s Capriccio n ° 24 live and leading the conservatory to victory with 65% of the votes at national level.
In March 2015 he set a new speed record by performing Korsakov’s Bumblebee Flight in just 50 seconds.