Dino De Palma
De Palma achieved the diploma in viola and violin with full marks and honours.
His career as soloist and in chamber groups has led him to perform worldwide in theaters and music halls such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York, Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, Teatro Coliseum in Buenos Aires, Pompidou
Center in Paris, Seoul Art Center in Seoul, National Auditorium of Madrid, Teatro Solis in Montevideo, Smethana Hall in Prague and many others around the world. In over twenty years of activities, he performed in Russia, USA, Brazil, France, Egypt, Australia, Taiwan, Israel, Turkey, Sweden, Lithuania, India, Japan, Korea, Germany, Spain, Italy, Czech Republic, Argentina, Uruguay often with prestigious artists such as Uto Ughi, Enrico Dindo, Jerry Lewis, Bart Bacarach, Liza Minnelli, Charlie Haden, Roberto Benigni, Vittorio Gassman, Andrea Bocelli, Placido Domingo.
First violinist of Petruzzelli Theatre Orchestra from Bari, Marchigiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Bologna, principal violist of La Fenice Theatre Orchestra in Venice and Regio Theatre in Parma, he also collaborated with the symphonic orchestras of RAI in Rome, Turin and Naples, with the chamber groups “I Solisti Aquilani”, “The Philharmonics of Rome”, “Chamber Orchestra of Saint Cecilia”, “I Solisti di Pavia” and “I Solisti Dauni”, of whic he was concertmaster for over fifteen years, and many other orchestras in Europe and in the world.
He has recorded for BMG, Arcana (Paris – France), Bongiovanni (Bologna – Italy), Velut Luna (Padua – Italy), Amadeus (Milan – Italy) and other record labels.
He collaborates with musicians such as Morricone, Bacalov, Piovani together with which he realised soundtracks for movies by Oliver Stone, Warren Beatty, the Taviani brothers, Adrian Lyne, Pupi Avati and many other film writers.
He is violin professor at the Conservatory “U. Giordano” in Foggia and visiting professor at the University of Sungshin in Seoul (Korea) for master classes in violin and chamber music.
He is graduated in Literature and Arts with full marks and honours. Dino De Palma plays a Mantegazza violin from 1795.