under the guidance of Vittorio Fael at a very young age and with the highest
possible marks. He then continued his studies under Vasa Prihoda at Salzburg.
Stefanato is a member of the Academy of Santa Cecilia and is also the
First Violin of the Symphony Orchestra of the National Academy of Santa
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absorbed expression, a penetrating gaze enlivened by the forceful
light of eyes crowned by a pair of spectacles; two decisive hands
which hold "his" famous Guadagnini violio of 1771; a clean-cut
mastery of the violin which is also infused with passion, a soft
sound, and a virtuosity which never becomes mere spectacle and is
deeply immersed in the music which is played. Such is Angelo Stefanato,
an artist who over the last decades has been engaged in various
of forms of solo performance: with the great symphony orchestras,
in chamber music with "II Quintetto Chigiano", the "Virtuosi
di Roma" and the "Trio di Milano", and in the lecture
was born in Venice where he gained his diploma
During his long
and brilliant career he has taken millions of listeners by the hand through
the high groves of great music and in so doing has won a number of important
prizes and awards, including the "Sagittario d'Oro" for art.
Stefanato is considered one of the greatest of interpreters of the music
of Vivaldi and our version of the Four
Seasons produced with the Chamber Orchestra
of Santa Cecilia is destined to become one of the most important
and memorable ever recorded, infused as it is with all the Venetian inheritance
which only Stefanato could have been able to impart.
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