Salvatore Baronilli clarinettist
Salvatore Baronilli was born in Switzerland where he began his musical studies under the guidance of his father Amedeo and Edgar Kamper at the Music School of Schaffhausen. In Italy studied Mr Baronilli in Rome with Franco Ferranti, in Milan with Paolo Tomelleri and in Assisi with Gervase de Peyer. He attended Master Studies at the Music Academy of Basel and after graduating with honors in 1988, he obtained a scholarship at the Oper Theater of Rome as principal clarinet. Versatile and charismatic musician Salvatore Baronilli combines an uncommon technique with an extraordinary sensibility and has been enjoying a rewarding and multifaceted career for more than 20 years as an orchestral clarinetist and recitalist. Chamber music and teaching are an important and essential part of Mr Baronilli professional activity. In addition to Duo-Programs with piano and Trio-Programs with piano and cello, viola or violin, he worked out and performed in little know repertoire ranging from classical to jazz and klezmer music.
He is winner of several national and international prizes ( Torino, Stresa, Roma, Matera, Pavia) and performed in concerts held in several European countries: Switzerland, Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, France, Spain and Turkey. In 2009 Salvatore Baronilli formed the group „Klezmerando“ with the intention to promote intonations, dances and music of the vast heritage of the Jewish tradition. The ensamble was invited in Israel the year after by the great Giora Feidman. He performed as principal clarinet with important orchestras such the „ Orchestra della RAI“ of Rom and „I Pomeriggi Musicali“ of Milan and worked with prestigious conductors like R.Abbado, P.Maag, R.Chailly and G.Gelmetti. Mr Baronilli was actively involved in the recording activity for the Rai Radio Tre and Radio Vaticana (Italy). He graduated 1997 with distinction in German Philology from Univerity of Milan and since 2013 is he Professor of clarinet at the Conservatory of Padua.