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Guido Rimonda

Born at Saluzzo in Piedmont, Guido Rimonda studied the violin under De Barbieri and Biffoli, as well as with Romano in Geneva. He made his début at the age of thirteen playing Corelli's sonatas in the film Per Antonio Vivaldi.   Today, with his Stradivarius “J.M.Leclair” (1721) and a modern Dario Vernè instrument (1991), he has been hailed as the heir of Uto Ughi. He has appeared as a soloist with various orchestras and collaborated with distinguished colleagues.

He has devoted his attention, in particular, to the rediscovery and due appreciation of the late-eighteenth-century Piedmontese violinist and composer Giovanni Battista Viotti, founding in 1992 for this purpose the Orchestra Camerata Ducale, of which he has since been Conductor and Principal Soloist. Rimonda began his teaching career as the assistant of Giuliano Carmignola and Franco Gulli at the Scuola di Alto Perfezionamento Musicale, Saluzzo. He currently holds the violin chair at Pavia's Vittadini Conservatory. His association with the Liceo Musicale at Varese has included the foundation of the Alessandro Rolla Orchestra as part of a project to publicise the works of this Lombard musician in the same way as those of Viotti. His recordings include eighteen CDs of Mozart's and Vivaldi's violin concertos for the I Grandi Musicisti part-works published by Fabbri Editori. Rimonda has been awarded the Renato Brusòn Prize.




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