Parrini Trio at Sigal Music Museum
Doors open at 7:00 PM | Concert begins at 7:30 PM
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Fabio Parrini’s activity includes recordings, live broadcasts, solo recitals, concertos, chamber music, and collaborations with ensembles.
The recipient of several competition prizes and recording grants, he released albums as a soloist and with violinist Eun-Sun Lee, and performed with Paul Aguilar, Richard Amoroso, Tanya Anisimova, Norman Bolter, Phillip Boykin, Myra Cordell, Andrés Díaz, Louise Dubin, Miles Hoffman, Jennifer John, Lisa Sain Odom, Angela Massey, Sherrill Milnes, Filip Pogády, Rie Shimizu, Kate Steinbeck, Ayako Yonetani, and Mira Wang; he also shared the stage with his wife Sherry, their grown children Maria and Sam, his own siblings Anna, Chiara, and Alberto, and sister-in-law Naho, all professional musicians.
Piano Coordinator at North Greenville University, he taught as a guest performer across the U.S. A graduate of the Conservatory of Padua and Boston University, he studied with Anthony di Bonaventura, Micaela Mingardo Angeleri, György Sándor, Bruno Mezzena, and Adriana Rognoni.
For more details and recordings please visit fabioparrini.com.
Violinist Naho Parrini, a native of Japan, has given numerous solo and chamber music recitals in the United States, Japan, Germany, France, and Bulgaria. She received her BM from North Carolina School of the Arts, and her MM and DMA from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Her principal teachers include Kevin Lawrence, Mitchell Stern, Philip Setzer, and Pamela Frank. She performs regularly with New York City Ballet, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Lumos, American Symphony Orchestra, Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic, and Albany Symphony Orchestra. As a chamber musician, Naho performs regularly with the Parrini Piano Trio, South Country Concerts and the Kurosawa Trio with Koto (20 string Japanese traditional instrument), percussion, and violin. She is on the violin faculty at Bloomingdale School of Music in New York City. She also serves as co-director of the Adult Chamber Music Workshop at Kinhaven Music School in Vermont.
ALBERTO PARRINI is principal cellist of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic and a member of the American Symphony and Orchestra of St. Luke’s.
He performs regularly with East Coast Chamber Orchestra, Lenape Chamber Ensemble, Lighthouse Chamber Players, Richardson Chamber Players, New Jersey Symphony, New York Philharmonic and Metropolitan Opera.
With the Zukofsky Quartet he has given performances of the complete string quartets of Milton Babbitt in New York and Chicago. He performed throughout the U.S. with the American Chamber Players (2004- 2010), was the cellist of the St. Lawrence String Quartet (2002-03) and spent one season as assistant principal with the Richmond Symphony.
Alberto has toured North America, Europe and Asia with Mikhail Baryshnikov and the White Oak Dance Project and performed with Arco Ensemble, Concertante, Continuum, Mark Morris Dance Group, Metamorphosen Chamber Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, Mirror Visions, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Proteus Ensemble and Sinfonietta of Riverdale.
His principal teachers were Timothy Eddy, Joel Krosnick, David Soyer, Colin Carr and Enrico Egano; he is a graduate of the Curtis Institute and the Juilliard School.
Alberto teaches cello and chamber music at Princeton University. He is also co-director of the Adult Chamber Music Workshop at Kinhaven.