MEET CECILIA FERRON:
Cecilia Ferron is an Italian violinist. She began studying the violin at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan. She completed the first part of her musical growth with Maestro Fabrizio Pavone at the Conservatoire de la Vallée d’Aoste she continued her studies at the Music Academy in Hamburg, Germany, where she obtained her Master with full marks.
She specializes in Berlin with A. Frolov Chestiglazov (St. Petersburg Philharmonic), Yoshiaki Shibata, Alina Pogostkina (soloist and winner of the Sibelius 2005 competition, Helsinki). She has also participated in international masterclasses with Fabrizio Pavone, Mark Gothoni, Natalia Prishepenko.
Currently, she plays regularly as first violin in the Orchestra of the Komische Oper of Berlin, in the Deutsche Symphonie Orchester Berlin – DSO, , with the Berliner Symphoniker, Brandenburger Symphoniker, Kammer Orchester Berlin, Babelsberg Film Orchestra, Berliner Camerata. Since December 2017, Cecilia has a contract as a “solo violin” in the orchestra of the Theater des Westens in Berlin.
Since 2019 she has resumed her musical activity also in Italy playing as ‘Shoulder’ of the Calabrian Philharmonic Orchestra and violin in a row in the Verdi Orchestra of Milan. She boasts numerous concerts performed with important conductors and soloists including Jader Bignamini, Stanley Dodds, Kristjan Järvi, Anna Netrebko, Valentina Litsitsa, Sergey Krylov, Misha Maisky, Nicola Benedetti, Yusiv Eyvazov, Ilya Kaler, Giovanni Sollima, Monica Leskovar.
As first violin of the Berliner Symphoniker and of the Kammer Orchester Berlin, she has participated in tours in Italy, Germany, Austria, Turkey, Russia, Korea, France, Poland, Japan, Finland, China, Chile. He also regularly plays chamber music in various ensembles: string quartet, trio and duo. She plays in Italy in a duo with the pianist Stefano Nozzoli and in Berlin with the pianist Maja Matijanec, with whom she appeared in various concert reviews. In 2012 Cecilia Ferron received a scholarship for merit from the Conservatoire de la Vallée d’Aoste. You play a violin by Roberto Collini (Crema-2001). She lives in Berlin where she continues her artistic research.
Known for her creative approach to performance and mentorship, Cecilia is fascinated by different forms of art and different mediums for artistic expression, and often creates interdisciplinary work, pursuing the idea of deepening the connection and relationship with the public through music and bodily expression. While music is her primary language, hers is a dialogue of sounds and silences, a dialogue of the body with space.
In her journey as a human being and an artist, themes of interest emerged, culminating in her meeting with the artist Daniela Marcozzi and the violinist and founder of Mindful Music Making, Alina Pogostkina. These two meetings inspired Cecilia to conceive her personal project: The Lab of Joy. A laboratory, in fact, that researches and develops means of expression that are aimed at the unfolding qualities of one’s human expression and soul.
Her passion for physical theater, contemporary music and the visual arts is shown in several projects in which she took part as a soloist and guest musician. ‘On Urgency’ by Daniela Marcozzi Contemporary Theater, Klangwerkstattfestival für neue Musik with Sylvia Hinz and Das Festival Ensemble. Contemporary Donaueschingen Musiktage for the Premiere of the work of composer Wojtek Blecharz Symphony No. 3 for 200 wireless speakers and 5 performers.
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