Carlo Fabiano started his studies at “Lucio Campiani” School of music in Mantova. It was only after meeting the violinist F. C. Ferrari – later on his teaching guide – that he decided to make music the centre of his life. He consequently interrupted his university studies in order to devote himself totally to violin. Since he graduated at Mantua Academy of music he has been holding the chair of violin previously held by his teacher. Along with several symphony and chamber orchestras he has carried out a thoroughly intense activity in rather a lot of European countries as well as in the Usa, central and south America, north Africa and Asia. It has been first violin conductor and artistic director of Mantua Chamber Orchestra since ha founded it in 1981. In 1997, along with Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, he was honoured with the award “Franco Abbiati” for his artistic merits with Mantua Chamber Orchestra. In 1993, with the acknowledgement by the Ministry of Education and the support of public and private institutions he conceived “Tempo d’Orchestra” a very successful concert season he has been holding since then in the magnificent Bibiena Theatre in Mantua as well as in other places in Virgil’s land.