Italian violinist Fabrizio Falasca is considered as one of the most representative Italian violinists of his generation.
Fabrizio performed as a soloist in theatres and music festivals throughout the world, such as Ravello Festival, San Carlo Theatre of Naples, Theatre G.Verdi in Salerno, Festival of the two worlds of Spoleto, Cremona Festival, Musical Union of Turin in Italy, Vanersborg Varfestival in Sweden, Estoril, KasselFestival, Gulangyu Festival in China, Evmelia Festival, Roudaki Foundation in Iran, Philharmonia chamber music series in UK, performing in important concert halls like Theatre Alighieri of Ravenna, Vittoria Theatre of Turin, Seraphicum Auditorium of Rome, Auditorium B.Nova of Estoril, the Sharon Morse performing Arts Center in Florida, Salle Garnier of Montecarlo, Vahdat hall in Teheran, Royal Festival hall in London, Musikverein Brahms Saal in Vienna.
He performed as soloist with orchestras such as the Philharmonia, Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, Italian Chamber Orchestra (OCI), G.Verdi Philharmonic Orchestra of Salerno, San Carlo Theatre Chamber Orchestra, Italian Youth Orchestra (OGI), World Youth Orchestra, Cascais and Oeiras Chamber Orchestra, Florida Philharmonic Orchestra, Teheran Symphony Orchestra.
Fabrizio has cooperated with the San Carlo Orchestra in Naples , Santa Cecilia Orchestra in Rome, Maggio Musicale Orchestra in Florence, Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxemburg.
He also led the Teatro Lirico di Cagliari Orchestra, the G.Verdi Philharmonic Orchestra in Salerno on invitation of D.Oren and the Tiroler Festspiele Orchestra in Erl in Austria, invited by G.Kuhn.
In 2016, he won the Concertmaster position of the Tyroler Symphonie Orchester Innsbruck, and in the same year he joined the Philharmonia Orchestra in London as Assistant Concertmaster.
He is in demand as a guest concertmaster with world class orchestras including the Philharmonia, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
He regularly performs chamber music with his string quartet, the Philharmonia Chamber Players , and with musicians such as S.Accardo, F. Petracchi, D. Waskiewitcz, L. Piovano, A. Pompa-Baldi, B.Canino, S.Coles among others.
He appeared on Radio broadcasting including RAI Radio and BBC Radio, and has recorded for CPO ,Centaur Records, Amadeus and Brilliant classics.
Fabrizio was born in Napoli, and first started to learn the piano with his sister and violin from his brother at the age of 10. In 2010 he was awarded at the Vittorio Veneto Violin Competition and in 2013 was a prizewinner at the A.Postacchini International Violin Competition.
He graduated from the Conservatorie of Salerno with top marks, honors and special mention and he studied with S.Accardo at the W.Stauffer Academy in Cremona and Chigiana Academy in Siena, with F.Cusano at the Fiesole Music School and D.Schwarzberg at the Mozarteum Salzburg and Pinerolo Academy.
After his studies in Italy, he was awarded a scholarship and graduated with Master of Music in Violin Performance at the Royal Academy of Music in London under So-Ock Kim. He attended numerous masterclasses with M.Vengerov, L.Kavakos, Z.Bron, G.Pauk, L.Ciulei, R.Friend, Y.Horigome, among others.
His repertoire is varied and is constantly evolving from baroque to romantic and contemporary music.
He plays a violin J.Guarneri 1727 gifted from Barison’s family.