Boris Borgolotto

Born in 1989, Boris began playing the violin at the age of seven in the class of Chantal Crenne at the National Conservatory of Toulouse. At the age of sixteen, he was accepted as a pupil of Maryvonne Le-Dizes and Christophe Poiget at the National Conservatory of Boulogne-Billancourt, where he was awarded a unanimous first prize with a special mention from the jury and prizes of Chamber Music, Analysis and Musical Culture in the classes of Naji Hakim and Hortense Cartier-Bresson. In 2008, he won the 2nd prize at the International Foundation "Parnassus" in Paris and, in 2011, the "Jasha Heifetz" Special Mention at the IBLA foundation of New- York International Competition in Italy. In 2009, he entered the Conservatoire National Superieur Musique de Paris in the class of Ami Flammer and Frederic Laroque and parallel courses of chamber music with Itamar Golan, Emmanuelle Bertrand and Philippe Bernold. 2012: Carnegie Hall debut and U.S.A. Recital tour. Over the years, he has participated in the masterclasses of Vadim Repin, David Grimal, Vera Beths, David Chan, Joel Smirnoff, Krzystof Wegrzyn, Regis Pasquier, Kyung-Wha Chung, Ivry Gitlis, Patrice Fontanarosa, Koichiro Harada, Paul Badura- Skoda. He was a student in the Academy of the Radio France Philharmonic under the direction of Ton Koopman and Myung-Whun Chung. In 2011and 2012, He was invited as a Rising Star at the Great Mountains Music Festival in South Korea.He participated in concerts of creative young composers and often appears in concert (Salle Pleyel, Salle Olivier Messiaen of the Maison de Radio France, Festival International of Arts, Opera Festival, Duluth - Minnesota, Haydn Festival in Eisenstadt - Austria, National Theatre Podgorica - Montenegro, Taipei - Taiwan, Festival of Essaouira and Casablanca - Morocco, Verona, Italy, Busan Art center and Alpensia Pyeonchang Hall, South Korea, Cite Internationale des Arts, Auditorium de Dijon - France, Geneva Theater-Switzerland ...) He is actually a student of Dora Schwarzberg and Edward Zienkowski at the Vienna University of Arts.

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