Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia

Horn - Guglielmo Pellarin

Admission examinations: Wednesday 19 October 2016, at 9:00 – Auditorium Parco della Musica
Deadline for applications: Wednesday 28 September 2016
Audition program: one of the two following programs, of applicant’s choice:
a)    Mozart, Concerto No.4 and Strauss, Concerto No.1; orchestral excerpts: Strauss, Till Eulenspiegel and Tchaikovsky, Symphony No.5;
b)    Mozart, Concerto No.3 and Neuling, Bagatella; orchestral excerpts: Beethoven, Symphony No.9 and Strauss, Don Quixote

Course goals and content: in-depth study ofhorn technique, solo repertoire and orchestral excerpts.

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Principal horn of the Orchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Guglielmo Pellarin was born in a family of musician where the oboist father and the pianist mother first teached him. He began to play the french horn at the age of seven and graduated as  a pupil of Mr. G. Arvati in the Conservatory “J. Tomadini” in Udine with first-class honours; he attended masterclasses in Portogruaro, Ferrara, Fiesole and Pirano studying along with G. Corti, A. Corsini, R. Vlatkovic, I. James, M. Maskuniity, L. Seeman and then he was selected for the Italian Youth Orchestra. He played with several orchestras including the Orchestra of Teatro Verdi in Trieste, the Orchestra of Teatro alla Scala and Filarmonica della Scala and the Orchestra Filarmonica Toscanini, with such conductors as A. Pappano, C. Abbado, J. E. Gardiner, D. Gatti, V. Gergiev, D. Harding, D. Kytajenko, L. Maazel, K. Masur, D. Matheuz, Z. Metha, D. Oren, G. Pretre e S. Bichkov.  He frequently takes part in festivals and concert seasons, playing in chamber music groups and soloist with such artists and ensembles as A. Allegrini, A. Oliva, F. Di Rosa, A. Carbonare, A. Zucco, F. Lovato, L. Vignali, D. Nordio, M. Devia, M. Flaksman, H. Holliger e A. Lonquich, Trio di Parma and Ex Novo Ensemble. He world premiered the concert for horn and strings composed which F. Perez Tedesco dedicated to him. Together with Federico Lovato Guglielmo Pellarin recorded for the label Audite “French Music for horn and piano” - monography dedicated to french music for horn and piano - including the first release of the sonata for french horn and piano by J. M. Damase; founding members together with Francesco Lovato of the Opter Ensemble, beside all the usual trio repertoire they exclusively play arrangements by D. Zanettovich and F. Francescato of J. Brahms’ op.11 serenade and R. Strauss’ “Till Eulenspiegels”.  He frequently helds masterclasses, and is teacher of “I fiati” at Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia and at Conservatorio C. Pollini in Padua.  After graduating in math at Padua University he keeps reading math at Rome University “La Sapienza” attending the master’s degree program.

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