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the Professional Musicians for Your Wedding

As you can read in our curricula, the group is composed by professional musicians that have been playing together for years; they face with seriousness and constant appointment a repertoire made of different styles and musical typologies.

The good qualitative level of our concerts is due to the meetings study weekly and to the pleasure and fun to make music.

Then, both in the case of a concert in a theatre or of a musical accompaniment for a ceremony or a party, our intent is to transform our love to play in your pleasure to listen to us.

I Curriculum del Gruppo Musica per Matrimonio

Marcello Iaconetti
Marcello Iaconetti graduated in violin in 1998 at the conservatory' G. Puccini 'La Spezia under the leadership M' Claudio Maffei. He continued his studies with M' Chiavacci and then with M 'Sergei Galaktionov.
He has played with the Orchestra Guido Cantelli in Milan, the Orchestra Città Lirica, for concerts in Festival Puccini of Torre del Lago, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Genoa at the Teatro Carlo Felice, the Orchestra of the Pomeriggi Musicali of Milan, the Philharmonic Orchestra Italiana, 'I Musici Estensi' and the Symphony of the America, taking more concerts in the most prestigious european and american halls.
He played with the Orchestra of RAI for television broadcasts, such Canzonissima, Music Farm, Fratelli d'Italia, Night of Light, collaborating with artists such as Gino Paoli, Ornella Vanoni, Lucio Dalla, Fausto Leali , Andrea Bocelli, Enrico Ruggeri, Eros Ramazzotti, Enrico Intra and he has recorded for the following artists: Francesco Baccini, I Bluebeaters, Massimo Ranieri, Enrico Ruggeri, Toto Cutugno, Jovanotti, Pacific, Baustelle, Deasonika, Gianluca Grignani, Vinicio Capossela, L'aura, Giuliano Palma, Patti Pravo.
He is first violin of the strings quartet of singer Marina Rei, and he has worked as violin soloist for the registration of individual Francesco Baccini 'Wandering', for his latest album. He cooperated as musical consultant for RAI (radiotelevisione italiana) and has worked in broadcasting Bravo, Thank you!, Quelli che il calcio, Great night, Stroke of Genius, Tribbu ', Artu', Che tempo che fa.
He played at Blue Note in Milan with Fabrizio Bosso and with Sergio Cammariere at Lingotto in Turin.
Claudio Perigozzo
Claudio Perigozzo After the attainment of the certificate in violin at Academy of music G. Puccini in La Spezia in 1997, with teacher Claudio Maffei, he continued his study in Luzern (Switzerland) with teatcher I. Karsko and, afterwards, in Florence with D. Pierini.
He collaborated and just collaborate with many orchestras: Orchestra Festival Puccini di Torre del Lago, Orchestra Promusica di Pistoia, Orchestra Milano Sinfonica, Accademia Strumentale Toscana, and Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo for the San Remo Music Festival, the most important and famed contemporary music festival in Italy which is followed by a vast audience on Italian state television (RAI). He also plays in groups of chamber music.
Federico Marchetti
Marchetti Federico è diplomato presso l’Istituto Magistrale A.Palli di Livorno nell’anno Scolastico 1990/91, ha frequentato l’Istituto Musicale pareggiato “P.Mascagni” della stessa città conseguendo nell’anno scolastico 96/97 il diploma di violino, sotto la guida del Maestro Enrico Sciarra.Nell’anno scolastico 1998/99 conseguiva il diploma di viola sotto la guida del Maestro Riccardo Masi.
In qualità di violinista ha collaborato dal 1996 a numerose stagioni liriche nei teatri di Lucca, Pisa e Livorno con direttori di fama tra cui il Maestro G.Kuhn ed il Maestro De Bernard.
Nel 1997 ha frequentato un corso di formazione orchestrale e di musica da camera tenuto dal maestro A.Tacchi. Nel 1997,1998,2000 ha preso parte con l’incarico di “violino” e “viola” alle rispettive edizioni del Festival Pucciniano.
Nel 1998 è risultato idoneo, sempre come” violino”, all’audizione indetta dall’Orchestra Città Lirica del secondo polo lirico Livorno-Pisa-Lucca. Sempre nel 1998, come prima “viola”, ha eseguito come solista il 6° Concerto Brandeburghese di J.S Bach, insieme al maestro Riccardo Masi in un'unica esibizione tenutasi nella chiesa di S.Ferdinando a Livorno.
Alternandosi agli strumenti di viola e violino, ha collaborato alla colonna sonora del film di Ugo Chiti, “Albergo Roma”.
Nell’estate del 1999 ha collaborato con l’orchestra d'Avignone in un concerto tenutosi presso il Teatro Comunale di Bastia in Corsica.
Ha frequentato i corsi di alto perfezionamento tenuti dal M° Danilo Rossi,presso l’Accademia “A.Rolla” di Pavia.
E’ stato uno dei finalisti al concorso per prima viola indetto dal teatro “La Fenice” di Venezia nel 2003.
Ha collaborato con l’Orchestra “Città Lirica” dei teatri di Pisa ,Lucca , Livorno e Festival Pucciniano di Torre del Lago , con il conservatorio di alto perfezionamento a Lugano, con l’Orchestra “Camerata Strumentale” di Prato,con l’Orchestra Regionale Toscana ,con l’Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia e con l’Orchestra Symphonica Toscanini(già Filarmonica Toscanini). Con quest’ultima,collabora regolarmente con il M° Lorin Maazel,della quale è il direttore stabile e ha collaborato con direttori e musicisti di fama mondiale quali: Zubin Mehta, Mstislav Rostropovich , Georges Prêtre ; Yuri Temirkanov, Kurt Masur, Charles Dutoit, Eliahu Inbal, Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos, Jeffrey Tate, Gianluigi Gelmetti Dimitri Kitajenko, Michel Plasson, Placido Domingo, Heinrich Schiff, Salvatore Accardo, Uto Ughi, Sergej Krylov, Stanislav Bunin, Maxim Vengerov, etc.
Nel Dicembre del 2004, in veste di solista, ha eseguito la Sinfonia Concertante per Violino e Viola di W.A Mozart con la violinista Marlene Prodigo ,sotto la direzione del maestro Carlo Chiarappa nell’ambito di tre concerti organizzati dal Conservatorio di Lugano nella Svizzera Italiana.
Attualmente sta studiando sotto la guida del maestro Fabrizio Merlini nell’ambito del biennio sperimentale post diploma nel conservatorio “G.Puccini” di La Spezia e per le stagioni sinfoniche 2006/07 e 2007/08 ha fatto parte dell’organico dell’Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia.
E’ risultato idoneo alle ultime audizioni per viola di fila indette dall’Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai di Torino,dall’Orchestra dell’Opera di Roma e dall’Orchestra dell’Accademia di Santa Cecilia di Roma.
Ha ottenuto l’idoneità al concorso per Viola di fila indetto dal Teatro Comunale di Bologna svolto nel mese di Maggio 2008.
Nel Dicembre 2008 ha vinto il concorso per Viola d fila nell'orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia entrandone a far parte stabilmente.
Gian Paolo Perigozzo
Gian Paolo Parigozzo studied cello under the leadership of the M° Filippo Burchietti in the school of music of Fiesole and he graduated at the Conservatories “G. Puccini” of La Spezia. He studied chamber music with the M° Franco Rossi, M° Riccardo Cecchetti, M° Angelo Bartoletti, M° Alessandro Specchi, M° Paolo Pollastri and he attended lots of courses for orchestra such as the course of the Teatro Sperimentale of Spoleto.
Since 1996 he is a member of the Orchestra Città Lirica belonging to the theatres of Pisa, Livorno, Lucca and the Festival Puccini of Torre del Lago.
He also collaborates with other orchestras such as the Orchestra of the Teatro Lirico of Cagliari and the Orchestra Sinfonica of Sanremo playing under the leadership of teachers like Lorin Maazel, Gustav Kuhn, Rafael Frübeck De Burgos, Massimo De Bernardt.
He has palyed in lots of chamber music groups too, taking part in concerts in Italy and abroad. Actually he plays in a trio with his brother Claudio (violin) and Enrico (flute) and in a duet with the accordionist Massimo Signorini.
In 1998 he got the specialization in didactic of the music for string instruments. On June 2005 he got the Diploma in jazz in the class of the M° Mauro Grossi at the Istituto Superiore di studi musicali (High Institute of musical studies) “P.Mascagni” of Livorno.
In 2007 he got the Diploma (certificate) of second level in “musical doctrines, for interpretative-compositive art” at the Istituto Musicale Pareggiato “Boccherini” of Lucca with the M° Massimo Maffei.
Mauro Perigozzo
Mauro Perigozzo started his musical education when he was a small child. He studied violin for seven years first at the P. Mascagni Academy of Music in Livorno, then at the L. Cherubini Academy of Music in Florence. During this period he also got the Diploma in complementary piano, in theory and solfeggio.
While still studying violin, he started to cultivate the passion for piano which then became his first instrument.
After various experiences in pop music, he realized his love for jazz. He took lessons from M° Mauro Grossi and then attended the Trio Course at the Siena Jazz Association.
Since the beginning of the nineties, he’s professionally engaged in the musical entertainment for weddings all over Tuscany, in the famous areas of Chianti, Val d’Orcia, Maremma, as well as in the urban areas of Livorno, Pisa, Lucca, Firenze, Arezzo and Siena.
Donatella Pellegrini
Donatella Pellegrini started singing when she was sixteen.
Later on she became professional, beginning an intense activity which led her to cut two records for the project “Amya” with EMI record company.
She was a chorus singer with Martha Reeves and during the summer tour of the 8°Padiglione, and she accompanied various artists such as Andrea Bocelli and Luisa Corna. She also was a chorus singer for the record of Francesco and Roby Facchinetti and for the one of Matteo Valli. She has been collaborating with a large number of italian jazz musicians like Mauro Grossi and Marco Tamburini.
Manuela Tonelli
Manuela Tonelli realized her love for singing very early, when she won the first prize at a children contest.
She started taking lessons with M° Silvestrini and later on with M° L. Domenici, and she specialized with M° Nehemiah Brown.
She participated in the Lido Festival with the Blue Cheapers jazz group and in 1994 at the Mak P 100 together with the singer Mietta and many other musicians. She took part in the prize “Rino Gaetano” in Termoli during the RAI 2 TV programme “La stanza del sogno”. From 2002 to 2007 she has been chorus singer and lead vocalist of the Joyful Gospel Ensemble.

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