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Edgardo Egaddi

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Flute in G

Edgardo Egaddi was born in Turin, Italy. Graduated with full marks from the Conservatory of Turin, he has been practicing for more than 40 years. Still a student he won his first competition at the "G. Verdi" orchestra of Trieste in 1975, where he worked there for four years, carrying out opera, symphonic, chamber, solo and operetta activities, also participating in the Festival dei due mondi di Spoleto.  


Obtained the chair of flute at the "G.Nicolini" Conservatory of Piacenza in 1978,  begins a series of collaborations with numerous Italian orchestras  including: the Piacenza Orchestra (from 1978 to 1984), the S. Remo Symphony Orchestra, the Turin Chamber Orchestra, I Musici di Torino, the Italian Chamber Orchestra conducted by S.Accardo,  the RAI Symphony Orchestra of Turin (from 1974 to 1993) - and in various chamber ensembles, performing concerts, recordings, recordings and tours in Italy and abroad with the most illustrious existing conductors and soloists.


Promoter of various chamber ensembles, he was also founder of the Turin Philharmonic and the Turin Philharmonic Orchestra, playing with them, as first flute,  an intense concert activity, under the direction of great names such as A. Ceccato,  C. Maria Giulini,  T. Sanderling,  J. Levine,  M. Rostropovich,  JP Rampal,  D. Renzetti, and others.


He participated in Modena  to four consecutive editions of the concert "Pavarotti and Friends" and to the concert of  "Three Tenors",  playing with the biggest names in international pop music, such as Elton John, Liza Minelli,  Stevie Wonder, Celine Dion, Eric Clapton, Natalie Cole and many others.    


Always as first flute and as soloist, first with the Turin Philharmonic and then with the Turin Philharmonic Orchestra, he recorded some records, winning in 1986  the  Grand Prix International du Disque.  

He has held the chair of transverse flute at the “G. Verdi” Conservatory in Turin since 1984.


In recent years, he has carried out an intense concert activity with the Running Flutes.

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