Antonella Piscitelli

Masterclass Application & Biography

Violin Summer Masterclass

July- August- September 2023

Module of 3, 6, and 8 lessons

For more information:

how to apply

The Masterclass and the Laboratory will take place from January to June 2023 in Trani (Italy, Puglia). The program is free.

The Masterclass is open to violinist of every age and nationalities

– 8 meetings (from January to June 2023)
– inscription fee: 100 euros
– Violin masterclass tuition fee: 300 euros
– (Optional in add to masterclass)
Laboratory “Il Solista e l’Orchestra”: 280 euros
– Optional in addition to masterclass:
In addition of the masterclass, every student has the possibility to attend the Laboratory and play at the final concerts as soloist with orchestra with ORCHESTRA FILARMONICA DEL MEDITERRANEO.
Cost for playing as soloist with orchestra: 280 euros.
If the student attend to Laboratory as orchestral too, the cost for playing with orchestra as soloist will be reduct at 140 euros.
The students can choose among variuos concertos: any Violin Concertos with orchestral instrumentation such as the Mozart Concertos and all Violin Concertos for Violin and Strings Orchestra.

The deadline for sending application to the Masterclass is 10th January 2023.

The organization of the Masterclass will give you the possibility to sleep and have full meal with very cheap costs.

– Airport in Bari (40 km far from Trani) and transfer to Trani with train – Rome airport and train from Roma Termini station to Trani

All the payment fees must be made when you send your application to attend the Masterclass by transfer to this account 

IBAN: IT79 C360 9201 6000 9579 9232 960



If the applicant is not admitted to Masterclass the fee will be refunded. If the application is successful but the student withdraws from the Masterclass, there will be No refund.

For other informations you can call +39 3468296657

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Antonella Piscitelli, graduated in Musical Disciplines with full marks and honors.
Graduated in Violin, Chamber Music, Didattic of Musica and Singing, she perfected herself with
illustrious teachers including, Rossi, Vernikov, Berinskaja, Bogdanovic.
Selected after an audition of Uto Ughi among the best graduate students of the Italian Conservatories, she participated in his masterclass and in the final concert with the maestro, for the Festival “Uto Ughi per Roma.
From a very young age she embarked on a brilliant concert career both as a solo violin with the Orchestra, and in various chamber ensembles: in duo with the piano, in string trio and with the piano, in duo and trio with the basso continuo having deepened the study of historically informed
Baroque and Classical practice on original instruments.
As a solo Violinist with the Orchestra she played the Concerts of the composers of the Baroque and
Classical period, Vivaldi, Mozart, Locatelli and Haydn, for prestigious Concert Associations in Italy
and abroad, the third and fifth Mozart concerts in Korea of the South, Piazzolla’s Seasons at Teatro
Piccinni in Bari and Vivaldi’s Seasons in Moscow.
She also played Arvo Part’s Tabula Rasa for two violins and orchestra.
She has performed in the most important Theaters and Concert Halls in Europe (Austria, Germany,
Portugal, Bulgaria, Belgium, France, Norway, Spain, Switzerland) and overseas (Japan, Mexico,
South America, Russia, South Korea).
Among the most important Concert Institutions and Festivals we mention: Teatro alla Scala, Accademia Musicale Chigiana, Unione Musicale di Torino, Accademia di Santa
Cecilia, Teatro Regio di Torino, Amici della Musica di Firenze, Camerata musicale Barese, Ravenna
Festival, Festival Galuppi in Venezia, Teatro Piccinni in Bari, Teatro Curci in Barletta, Teatro F.
Stabile in Potenza, Teatro delle Muse in Ancona, Teatro Rossini in Pesaro, Festival di musica da
Camera di Genova e Savona, Cidim, Amici della Musica F. Fenaroli in Lanciano, Teatro Rossini in
Gioia del Colle, Amici della Musica di Foggia, Teatro Petruzzelli, Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Teatro
Carlo Felice di Genova, Festival della Valle d’ Itria, Cite de la Musique in Parigi, Herkel Theatre in
Budapest, Lisinski Hall in Zagabria, Palaise de la Musique et des Congres in Strasburgo, Auditorio
de Barcellona in Spagna, Pavilhao Atlantic in Lisbona, Conservatorio Reale in Bruxelles, Festival
di Montreaux in, Switzerland Universitaskirche in Wien, Saarbrucker Kammermusiktage in
Among the overseas theaters: Teatro Colon di Buenos Aires in Argentina, Teatro Ateneo di Buenos
Aires, Teatro Municipal di Santiago in Cile, Sala S. Paolo in Brasile, Teatro Pedro II di Riberao
Preto in Brasile, Teatro Ateneo in Argentina, Teatro de la Ciudad di Città del Messico, Festival E.
Mata in Messico, Amigos de la musica de Cuernavaca in Messico, Teatro Coliseo di Buenos Aires
in Argentina, Sala Balzo di Montevideo in Uruguay, Teatro El Circulo di Rosario in Argentina, and
in the most important Theaters of Japan including Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Nakano Zero Hall in
Tokyo, Hokkaido Koseinenkin Kaikan in Sapporo, Chigasaki Shimin Bunka Kaikan, Tokorozawa
Muse, Ina Bunka Kaikan, Fukuoka Acros Symphony Hall, Kobe Kaikan, Hiroshima Koseinenkin
Kaikan, Nagoya Aichi Prefectural Art Theatre.
She also played and recorded in Italy, in the Cappella Paolina for “I Concerti al Quirinale” live on Rai Radio Tre and also recorded for German Radio R2, Uruguayan State Radio, Mexican State Radio, Vatican Radio, opus 111, Bongiovanni.
She has collaborated with important symphony orchestras including:
Orchestra Toscanini, Orchestra Cantelli, Orchestra Internazionale d’Italia, Orchestra Filarmonica
Marchigiana, Orchestra Sinfonica Pescarese, Orchestra del Teatro Lirico Sperimentale di Spoleto,

Orchestra del Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Orchestra U. Giordano, Orchestra N. Piccinni, Orchestra
Federico II, Orchestra Giovanile Pugliese.
Antonella Piscitelli, has deepened the study of historically informed performance practice, and parallel to her academic studies she has begun to collaborate with the most prestigious Italian Baroque Ensembles such as Accademia Bizantina, Accademia Montis Regalis, Cappella di San Lorenzo, Cappella Palatina, Confraternita de’ Musici, Academia de li Musici, la Lira di Anphione.
In many concerts she has played the trio sonatas by Corelli, Vivaldi and Migali and played the first
execution in modern times of the complete quartets of the Apulian composer Gaetano Latilla, as
well as world premieres of the chamber, symphonic and operatic repertoire of the eighteenth
century with ensemble and specialized orchestras, including the Opera “Cecchina” by the Pugliese
composer Piccinni in collaboration with the Teatro alla Scala.
During his concert activity she has collaborated with the greatest conductors and musicians
including: Mazeel, Ughi, Bashmet, Renzetti, Wilson, Dantone, Palumbo, Kuhn, Benini, Aprea, Bellugi, Gelmetti, Luisi, Rozhdestvensky, Jurowski, Kozena, Antonacci, Verrett, Desderi, Segalini, Brunello, Filippini and others.
She has recorded for the record labels Opus 111, Nova et Antiqua, Phoenix record, Agorà, Radio Vaticana, Velut luna, Bongiovanni.
She taught Violin and Chamber Music in italian conservatories and currently holds the chair of
Violin at the N. Piccinni Conservatory in Bari.