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Violinist and singer Noemi Gasparini blazes new trails at the crossroads of traditional Central American music and the virtuosity of Bach, Stravinsky, Kreisler or Berio.
A musician equally active on the classical, world music and contemporary music scenes, winner of the 1st prize at the Académie Ravel 2022, avid chamber musician, she was noticed as a young talent at the Festival Pablo Casals 2021 and 2022, as well as at the Festival Classique à Villars 2023 in Switzerland, and as a soloist under the direction of Jean-Jacques Kantorow with the Orchestre Colonne in Paris. She won the Audience Prize at the Schiermonnikoog Chamber Music Festival 2022 (Holland). She appeared as soloist with the Orchestre du Pays Basque, conducted by Jean-François Heisser, for the opening concert of their 2023/2024 season.



Noemi obtained a Master's degree in classical violin with unanimous acclaim from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris (CNSMDP) in the class of Jean-Marc Phillips, and a Bachelor's degree from the Manhattan School of Music in New York, where she worked with Patinka Kopec. She also received guidance from Pinchas Zukerman during several master classes.

Noemi was a member of Flor de Toloache, New York's Grammy Award-winning female mariachi band, as well as Jarana Beat, a Mexican band with Afro-Amerindian influences based in New York. She organizes concerts where classical music, Latin American music and her own songs meet, in collaboration with a wide variety of musicians, like most recently the Venezuelan violinist Alexis Cardenas and his group Recoveco. She is currently working on her first album, which will reunite these different facets of her musical world.

She is a prizewinner of the Fondation de France, Fondation Vincent Meyer, Mécénat Musical Société Générale, Fondation Safran, Adami, and Fondation Patrick Petit. She plays on a Sergio Peresson violin.
Noemi is Italian-Mexican, was born and is living in Paris.  She lived in New York for eight years and also studied at London's Junior Royal Academy in her teens.

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