Lorenzo Molinetti

Born in Chiavenna, Italy, in 1999, Lorenzo began to play the violin at the age of seven, tutored by Elia Senese.
He has been a student of the great Russian pedagogue Yulia Berinskaya at the Milano Music Masterschool Academy and has got his Bachelor degree from Milan’s Conservatoire with top marks, laude and honors, under the guidance of Prof. Mauro Loguercio. He has attended for two years the Master Course in String Quartet studies held by the Stauffer Centre for Strings, studying with the Quartetto di Cremona. He has taken part in masterclasses taught by eminent professors such as Pavel Berman, Boris Brovstyn, Stephanie Gonley and Steven Isserlis.
He has won various prizes in many national and international violin competitions and was awarded with the “Annerkennungspreis” in the finals of the first edition of the “Josef Brandeisz” violin competition held in Timisoara, Romania.
He has collaborated as soloist with the conducting classes of professors Gilberto Serembe and Daniele Agiman and has played with many Italian orchestras, such as Musici di Parma, Orchestra F. Rogantini, Orchestra Classica Viva, Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano G. Verdi.
He was selected to be a member of the 2021 and 2022 EUYO – European Union Youth Orchestra. He is currently enrolled in the master in performance program at the Hochschule für Musik FHNW in Basel, in the class of Prof. Raphaël Oleg. He is also approaching historical performance practice at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.
He plays on a Romeo Antoniazzi violin.