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Severino Gazzelloni

This remarkable flutist and teacher was as much aware of contemporary music much like the classics. He started his studies being a pupil on the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia in Rome. He was the flute soloist from the Symphony Orchestra of RAI (Italian Radio) in Rome and became internationally called an exponent of avant-garde music who premiered a huge repertoire of brand-new functions. He was the first ever to record flute music by Evangelisti, Luciano Berio, Matsudaira, Castiglioni, Messiaen, and Bruno Maderna. Many music artists consider him one of the biggest flutists, and several composers have devoted compositions to him. He performed numerous modern ensembles, including Pierre Boulez’s groupings, and with avant-garde pianist Aloys Kontarsky. Also, Gazzelloni was well before his amount of time in featuring a selection of Baroque music, including Vivaldi’s flute concertos, in his shows.

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