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Fabrizio
Scilla

cello - academy 2019/2020

Born in 1996, Fabrizio Scilla graduated with honours at the Conservatory Giuseppe Verdi in Milan under the guidance of Griaziano Beluffi. After completing Rocco Filippini’s specialization class at the Walter Stauffer Academy in Cremona, In 2016 he pursued his master's degree in Encrico Bronzi’s class at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg.

He played in the Chamber Orchestra of the Accademia Musicale dell'Annunciata (Abbiategrasso), LaFil in Milan, Milan Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra Antonio Vivaldi (Como), Camerata Ducale and the Philarmonie Salzburg, with conductors such as Daniele Gatti and Gianandrea Noseda. In 2019 he won a temporary position in the Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg.

Fabrizio Scilla won the Francesco Geminiani Prize and was a finalist in several competitions including the national competition of Giussano, and the international competitions of Stresa and Treviso. In 2014 he was awarded the Micheli scholarship for young interpreters, the next year he was assigned the Rancati Mention as the best graduate of the Conservatory of Milan. In 2018 he won the third prize at Enrico Mainardi International Cello Competition in Salzburg.

Born in 1996, Fabrizio Scilla graduated with honours at the Conservatory Giuseppe Verdi in Milan under the guidance of Griaziano Beluffi. After completing Rocco Filippini’s specialization class at the Walter Stauffer Academy in Cremona, In 2016 he pursued his master's degree in Encrico Bronzi’s class at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg.

He played in the Chamber Orchestra of the Accademia Musicale dell'Annunciata (Abbiategrasso), LaFil in Milan, Milan Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra Antonio Vivaldi (Como), Camerata Ducale and the Philarmonie Salzburg, with conductors such as Daniele Gatti and Gianandrea Noseda. In 2019 he won a temporary position in the Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg.

Fabrizio Scilla won the Francesco Geminiani Prize and was a finalist in several competitions including the national competition of Giussano, and the international competitions of Stresa and Treviso. In 2014 he was awarded the Micheli scholarship for young interpreters, the next year he was assigned the Rancati Mention as the best graduate of the Conservatory of Milan. In 2018 he won the third prize at Enrico Mainardi International Cello Competition in Salzburg.