Driven by a deep cultural curiosity, Fabio Biondi is a musician ceaselessly in pursuit of a style that is free from constraints. From his early development, guided by pioneers of period performance, Biondi’s work has incorporated repertoire spanning three centuries. His infectious enthusiasm and determination to put music first mark him out in his quest for an ‘original language’, both in globally-known works and in his commitment to researching and illuminating lesser-known masterpieces.
Johann Kalliwoda and Felix Mendelssohn soared to great heights as composers during the 19th century. Each, in their unique way, bridged the gap from pure classicism to the burgeoning ideals of romanticism, and they were both masters of a refined musical style.
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