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Maria Giovanna Fiorentino

She has studied with S. Balestracci and Pedro Memelsdorff and attended masterclasses with F. Brüggen, M. Miessen, K. Boeke and W. van Hauwe.

She graduated in History of Music at Padua University.

She has held several concerts in Italy and abroad. for celebrated festivals and concert series, where artists as Gustav Lenohardt, Quartetto Arditti, Cristina Miatello Gabriele Cassone and Fabio Biondi performed.

She has recorded for Rivoalto, Ariston, Pavane Records and Symphonia. As a soloist she has recorded Rigaglia’s Sonatas, Corelli’s Opus V and Sammartini triosonatas for Tactus, as well as Bellinzani’s and Barsanti’s sonatas. She has taught recorder at Conservatorium “G. Tartini” of Trieste, at Musician School of Reggio Emilia and recorder and history of music at Fondazione Morello of Castelfranco Veneto (1997-2003).

Since 2008 she is Chairwoman of ERTAItalia, the European Recorder Teachers’ Association Italia, since 2011 she is vice chairwoman. “First of all it the sound of Fiorentino is really remarkable and supported by a smart and wise technical skill, by an articulation always interesting and by a inspired and learned phrasing, always well style conscious.

The improvisation full of verve of the slow movements is quite impressing” Gianni Toffano CDClassica “Quelle merveille ce nouveau cd ! Qu’il fait du bien de voir que des gens n’hésitent pas à innover et à nous donner un autre visage du grand Arcangelo Corelli. ” Denis Grenier, Radio Quèbec e responsabile iconografico dei CD Alfa.

“The ensemble I Fiori Musicali has a perfect mastership of their instruments, and their balance is clearly an exemple in this field” “One of the leading European baroque ensembles.” Fedor Lederer, direttore Journées Baroques sur Vienne.

Papers written by Maria Giovanna Fiorentino:;

1) su Professione Musica n° 8 Giugno-Luglio 1990 “Musica antica: un imprescindibile repertorio

“2) su Rassegna Veneta di Studi Musicali Fasc. VII/VIII 1991-92 “Preliminari per l’analisi delle Sonate di violino a voce sola di Giovanni Antonio Leoni…”

3) “Didattica per il flauto dolce: fondamenti di tecnica strumentale” Settembre 1992 a cura Centro di flauto dolce C.A.M.S. ENDASMUSICA

4) su Recercare vol. VI 1994 “G.A. Leoni: nuovi dati d’archivio sulla vita..”

Recordings by Maria Giovanna Fiorentino:

1) CD Concerti di A. Marcello RIVOALTO 1989

2) CD musiche di A. Lincetto ARISTON 1993

3) CD Serenata di Giacomo Facco SYMPHONIA 1994 + 2 Rewiews (R)

4) CD Euridice, Iacopo Peri PAVANE Records 1997 + 2 R 5) CD Sonate di Bigaglia TACTUS 1998 + R

6) CD 7 Sonate dall’ Op.V di A. Corelli TACTUS 1999 + 3 R 7) CD Triosonate di G. Sammartini TACTUS 1999 +2 R 8) CD 10 Sonate di P.B. Bellinzani TACTUS 2002 + 2 R

9) CD Sonate di Francesco Barsanti TACTUS 2004 +1 R

10) Concerti a quattro di A. Vivaldi Tactus 2014

11) Sonate Op.XXXVII di J. Bodin des Boismortier e altri soli Urania Records

12) Concerts Royaux di F. Couperin Urania Records

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