Logo Classic at Home

Giulia Gambaro

FlagItaly, Caponago Lombardy NoteViolin

We wish you a pleasant watching of the video! Vote for your favorite participant to help them reach the next round! For every five viewers' votes the participant gets one point (the maximum amount of points is 100). Only the registered viewers may vote. You can support your favorite participant once per round.


Giulia Gambaro (2001, Milan) began playing the violin when she was 6 years old at Fondazione Luigi Piseri in Brugherio with Domenico Cutrì. She has soon taken part in several of Eva Szily’s masterclasses in Lugano (CH), as well as the ones held in Dues (2013), Etroubles (from 2014 to 2018) and Schilpario (2019) by Piercarlo Sacco – whom she has been a student of since 2012. In the same year she joined the “Piseri Ensemble” string orchestra and she soon gained the Leadership of second violins’ section. In 2018 she started attending the three-year academic program at Civica Scuola di Musica Claudio Abbado in Milan in Professor Carlo Feige’s class.
She achieved several First Prizes in both national and international competitions held in Italy such as “Città di Giussano” (2009), “Fondazione Milano” (2012), “A. Salieri” in Legnago (2010, 2016 and 2017), “Caffa-Righetti” in Cortemilia (2011) and “Rovere d’oro” in San Bartolomeo a mare (2016).
She has held several concerts as a soloist, a chamber and an orchestral musician. Her Bach solo performances in Milan and surroundings (“Serate Musicali” at MAMU; “Talenti -20” in Rho; “Palco Libero” in Cernusco sul Naviglio) have always been appreciated, as well as Schubert’s Rondò in A major (Region Palace in Milan for FIM; Centre Cardinal in Le-Puy-en-Velay, France) and Vivaldi’s Four Seasons ones – which she has also recorded in collaboration with Mac Rey International Studio. An intense partnership with the pianist Gaia Sokoli brought them to perform both in Bussero (“AMO”) and in Milan (Spazio ScopriCoop).
Her instrument is an Italian violin restored by Giovanni Capalbo (Rome) in 1939 and ascribed to Giovanni Tononi (1690).

Participant's status: Worldvision participant

The participant will be grateful for your support

- OR -

Support the competition
Use the following bank details:

(account No.)
DE40 2005 0550 1501 5028 58
BeneficiaryClassic at Home GmbH

Bank name and address:
Hamburger Sparkasse AG
Ecke Adolphsplatz / Gr. Burstah
20457 Hamburg, Germany

Beneficiary's address:
Paalende 24
22149 Hamburg, Germany

Go back