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International Flute Competition "Domenico Cimarosa"

 

FABIO DI LELLA



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Flute Master’s Degree at the National School of Music in Salerno, Italy, specific studies in wind instruments at the O. Respighi National School of Music in Latina, Italy.
He then perfected his studies with such great flutists as C. Klemm (Igor Stravinskij Association in Avellino, Italy); R. Fabbriciani (Fedele Fenaroli Association in Lanciano, Italy); T. Wye (Municipality of Bobbio, Italy); J. C. Masì (Virtuosi Association in Rome, Italy).
He also studied with Giuseppe Nova at the Advanced School of Music in Aosta, Italy (Award of Merit and grant) as well as with Maxence Larrieu at the School of Musical Excellence in Saluzzo, Italy, and with R. Guiot.
Finally, it was fundamental for his musical development to meet Raymond Meylan in Basel, Switzerland. He played as a soloist with several orchestras: Brighouse end Rastrick Brass Band, England; Italian Young Symphony Orchestra; Rumanian National Orchestra; Arad Chamber Orchestra; Trapani Symphony Orchestra, Italy; The Venetian Virtuosi; Caserta Chamber Orchestra, Fonopoli Orchestra in Rome, Italy, Gesualdo da Venosa Music School Orchestra in Potenza, Italy and Zurich Chamber Orchestra, Switzerland.
He did several recordings for Rai1 TV, Rai Edu2 TV, Rai TV Vaticana and Stream TV-Classical. For Pagano Publishing House of Naples, Italy, he recorded for the first time ever “Dada” for flute and computer, by Luigi Esposito, a work quoted in the first issue of the “Italian Encyclopaedia of Contemporary Composers.”.

Moreover, he created and organised as DIRETTORE ARTISTICO the following events:

May 1999 Flute Contest – First Edition
December 2001 Flute Contest – Second Edition
June 2001 Concert at the Casaluce Sanctuary of the Holy Mother, Italy
October 2003 Flute Contest – Third Edition
July-November 2004 International Festival “The Opera Buffa and its Genius”
November 2005 Flute Contest – Fourth Edition
I° edizion A.F.F. (AversaFluteFestival) 24 - 25 novembre 2005
November 2007 Flute Contest – Fourth Edition
II° edizion A.F.F. (AversaFluteFestival) 22 - 24 novembre 2007
Aversa Music Festival (Cimarosa and its province) dal 27/11/2008 al 28/12/2008
MusicArte dal 10/12/2008 al 04/01/2009


He has been collaborating for more than ten years with Raymond Meylan, where he continues perfecting his musical skills.
He played several concerts both in Italy and abroad at prestigious venues, sich as the Musiktage International Festival in Koblenz, Germany, the Gohliser Schlößchen in Leipzig, germany; the Kunstmuseum in Basel, Switzerland; the Saludecio Festival, the Venice International Festival; the Campania Museum in Capua, Italy.
His production is particularly prolific with Maria Teresa Roncone, with whom he carries out thorough research on the interpretation of music for flute with harpsichord, piano and organ, specifically with regard to music by Italian composer Cimarosa.
Moreover, he is an editor for FA LA UT Magazine (memoirs of Marcel Moyse - translation).
Research: Concert in G major for two flutes and orchestra by Domenico Cimarosa, Concert G major for two flutes and orchestra by D. Fiorillo. Gaetano Andreozzi music repertoire (studies on the author’s writing/sorting). He plays a Muramatsu 14K gold flute. He is a flute teacher at the “W.A.Mozart” National Music School in Rome, Italy.



Fabio Di Lella will premiere A. Rossi "Adagio alla Cimarosa" concert for flute and orchestra at the Court Theatre of the Royal Palace in Caserta featuring the "Gesualdo da Venosa" Conservatory Symphonic Orchestra based in Potenza, Italy


from left: Fabio Di Lella, Raymond Meylan, Jean Claude Masi


from left: Jean-Pierre Rampal e Fabio Di Lella


from left: Patrick Gallois e Fabio Di Lella


from left: Mariateresa Roncone e Fabio Di Lella


from left: (cembalo) Maria Teresa Roncone, (flauti) Pierre Yves Artaud, Fabio Di Lella


from left: Fabio Di Lella, Josè Daniel Castellon, Orchestra Domenico Cimarosa di Aversa


from left: Fabio Di Lella, Maxence Larrieu


from left: Fabio Di Lella, Raymond Meylan e Cimarosa


from left: Carlo Jans, Mariateresa Roncone, Fabio Di Lella


from left: Carlo Jans, Felix Renggli, Fabio Di Lella, Bernard Labiausse


from left: Louis Bacalov, Fabio Di Lella