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                             Claudia Antonelli-Harp

She was born in Rome and she studied in Rome, Brussels and  Paris.
She received awards in Venice (1970) and Jerusalem(1973).
She performed as a soloist in recitals, with orchestras and chamber music, in the most important Italian Venues presented by Accademia di S.Cecilia, Accademia Chigiana, Teatro alla Scala, Festival di Spoleto, Biennale di Venezia etc. and all over Europe, Japan,  Australia, US, Canada, Brazil, China and South Africa.
She also performed as a soloist with Virtuosi di Roma and Solisti Veneti, with Rias Berlin Orchester, Salzburger Mozarteum Orchester, Hessisches Theater Orchester, Prague Chamber Orchestra, ORF Orchester at Salzburg Festival, Wienerkammerorchester and many other orchestras.
Especially she performed at Carnegie Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Konzertgebow, Wienerkonzerthaus, Musikhalle and Beethovenhalle.
She worked as a soloist with conductors as Igor Markevitch, Yuri Temirkanov, Giuseppe Sinopoli, Eduardo Mata, Leopold Hager, Peter Maag, Hans Graf, Philippe Entremont and instrumentalists as Severino Gazzelloni, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Wolfgang Schulz, Andras Adorjan, Dino Asciolla, Bruno Giuranna, Garth Knox and Vladimir Mendelsohn.
She recorded CD for Arts and Naxos.
Many contemporary Italian composers, as Petrassi, Donatoni, Bussotti, Sciarrino, Pennisi, Mortari, Bortolotti, Testi, Ugoletti, Renosto, Vandor, Mirigliano, Laganà, De Rossi Re, dedicated some of their works to her which she played as a first performance.
She was professor at Scuola di Musica di Fiesole from 1987 up to 1999 and at S.Cecilia Conservatory in Rome during the years 1989/97 and 2003/15. She retired as an instrumentalist in 2009 and as a professor in 2015.
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