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Danilo Putrino


Flute in C

Danilo Putrino began studying the flute under the careful guidance of Marcella Ferraresi at the Novara Conservatory and continued his training at the "G. Verdi" Conservatory in Turin, where he graduated brilliantly in 2008.
In the same year he was admitted to the Chigiana Music Academy, where he attended the courses of Maestro Patrick Gallois and performed as part of the Chigiana Music Summer.
In the following three years, at the invitation of Gallois himself and obtained a scholarship from the De Sono foundation, he attended the master's courses held by the Maestro at the Ecole Nationale de Musique in Paris (Aulnay-sous-Boys), where he obtained his degree. with full marks and the prestigious Prix d'Excellence (2011).

At the Académie Internationale d'Eté de Nice (2011) the meeting with Maestro Davide Formisano, former first flute of the Teatro Alla Scala in Milan, takes place. Here was born an enthusiastic collaboration that will lead him to perform for the first time the impervious Carmen Fantasy by Pablo de Saraste transcribed for flute and orchestra by Formisano himself. The study with the Master continues at the Perosi Academy in Biella, where he obtains the high specialization diploma with full marks (2016).

Winner of numerous competitions, first prize at the European Music Competition (2009) and at the International Jupiter Society Competition (2015), he has to his credit numerous concerts as a soloist with various chamber and orchestral ensembles.

Among the most important performances stands out the one with the orchestra of the Concert Gebow in Amsterdam, under the direction of Daniele Gatti (2016).
He collaborates with various institutions and important musical associations of his city such as the Teatro Regio, the Festival of Imaginary Places, Music on stage, MiTo Settembre Musica, the CRT Foundation, the De Sono Musica foundation, to which the Antidogma Musica Festival is added, the 'Estate Musicale Chigiana, the review The beauty to hear at the Vatican Museums in Rome and the prestigious Ravello Festival. He also holds the role of first flute in the Polledro Orchestra of Turin and is a member of the Piedmont Youth Orchestra.

His training is completed with the lessons of Silvia Careddu, first flute of the Wiener Philarmoniker (2016) and with Bruno Grossi, first flute of the Orchestra della Svizzera italiana.

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