A Private Masterclass with Giorgio Di Crosta and La Scala Philharmonic
The prestigious and world-renowned Filarmonica della Scala was first set up by Claudio Abbado and the musicians of La Scala Opera House in 1982 with the objective of developing a symphonic repertoire in order to add a further dimension to La Scala’s great operatic tradition. Since then, the Milanes based Orchestra continues to showcase its incredible collection of talented musicians, impressing audiences around the world with their seamless musical performances. Whether you are looking for a private awe-inspiring performance to uplift the spirits, or an inspirational masterclass, this intimate musical experience is guaranteed to impress any classical music lover.
About Giorgio Di Crosta:
Giorgio Di Crosta was born in 1961 in San Remo Italy and started studying at the age of 8 yrs under the guidence of maestro Mario Balestra with a Diploma at Milan Conservatory.
Continues his studies with Giuseppe Prencipe, Renato Zanettovich Tibor Varga, Michael Frischenschlager and Alfred Staar.
From 1987 to 1992 first violin solo at Orchestra “Scarlatti”di Napoli and right after at Wiener Philharmoniker and Orchestra dell’Opera di Stato of Vienna.
In 1996 Riccardo Muti chooses him at first violin of the second for La Scala Opera Hose Orchestra and the Philarmonic until today.
He also teaches orchestra’s techniques ""Accademia per Professori d'Orchestra"" la Scala’s theatre.
Plays a violin “Gennaro Gagliano” del 1745.
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