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Si diploma in violino al Conservatorio “B.Marcello“ di Venezia con il Maestro S. Zanchetta.
Si Laurea con il massimo dei voti al Conservatorio “Dall’Abaco” di Verona sotto la guida del Maestro J.C. Rybin.


Svolge un’ intensa attività concertistica in Italia e all’estero, accompagnando nel genere Classico solisti quali:
 S.Accardo, P.Badura-Skoda, R.Buchbinder, R.Bruson, M.Campanella, C.Gasdia, P.Glass, J.Carreras, L.Kavakos, S.Milenkovic, V.Mullova, M.Quarta, R.Raimondi, K.Ricciarelli, U.Ughi, C.Zaccarias, L.Pavarotti, L.Zilberstein.


Nel genere Moderno:
 Queen, George Benson, Barry White, Celia Cruz, Anastasia, Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Natalie Cole, Patty Pravo, Elisa, Sting, B.B. King, Joe Cocker, Jon Bon, Eric Clapton, James Brown, Zucchero, Gloria Estefan, Fiorella Mannoia, Bono, Laura Pausini, Lionel Richie, Deep Purple.


Collabora con numerose Orchestre esibendosi nelle più importanti Sale da concerto e Teatri italiani quali: Teatro Alla Scala di Milano, Teatro Regio di Parma, Teatro Sistina in Roma, Sala Nervi in Vaticano, Auditorium Rai di Torino.


Effettua tournée in: Belgio, Bulgaria, Cina, Francia, Germania, Giappone, Malesia, Principato di Monaco, Slovenia, Spagna, Svizzera, Messico, U.S.A.
Effettua registrazioni per: RAI , Fininvest e Radio Clasica de Madrid.


Partecipa ad eventi televisivi come il “Pavarotti & Friend’s” ed i “Concerti di Natale in Vaticano“. Da queste esperienze e dall’ incontro con altri musicisti di valore, fonda il “Cinema Serenade Ensemble”, con il quale incide: ”La musica da film fra jazz e tango”, prodotto e distribuito da Azzurra Music.


E’ con lo stesso Ensemble che incide “Jeanne y Paul”, brano utilizzato come sigla radiofonica da ‘Radio 24’.


Premiato come “MIGLIOR INTERPRETE” al 7°Concorso Internazionale “Astor Piazzolla“, viene invitato a partecipare come solista, ai concerti dedicati al celebre compositore argentino.


He studied classical music and got his violin diploma under the supervision of Maestro Stefano Zanchetta at the Conservatoire “B. Marcello” in Venice.

He graduated cum laude in solo performance with Maestro Juan Carlos Rybin at the Conservatoire “Dall’Abaco” in Verona.

He took master classes in both instrumental and interpretation techniques with Maestro Marius Cristevscu and Maestro Dean Bogdanovic.

He boasts an intensive concert activity accompanying solo musicians like

S. Accardo, R. Buchbinder, R. Bruson, M. Campanella, C. Gasdia, P. Glass,

J. Carreras, S. Milenkovic,

V. Mullova, L. Pavarotti, M. Quarta, R.Raimondi, K. Ricciarelli, U. Ughi,

C. Zaccarias, and L. Zilberstein.

Massimo Turrini plays with prestigious orchestras in the most important Italian theatres like Teatro Alla Scala (Milano), Teatro La Fenice (Venezia), Teatro Regio (Parma), Teatro Sistina (Roma), Sala Nervi in Vaticano, and Auditorium Rai – Italian Radio and Broadcast company (Torino).

In addition he holds concert tours in Belgium, Bulgaria, China, France, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Principato of Monaco, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, and U.S.A.

He is co-founder of the string ensemble “Zandonai” (Trento), a chamber music orchestra of the best musicians in Trentino Alto-Adige Region, holding concerts in Italy and abroad.

His interest for other music genres leads him to play in various concerts for the Italian Television, like the “Pavarotti & Friends” (1998/1999/2001/2002/2003) and the “Concerti di Natale in Vaticano” in the presence of the Pope Giovanni Paolo II as well as the Prince Ranieri III of Monaco.

He is artistic director and solo violin of the “Cinema Serenade Ensemble”, which originated from the meeting of musicians playing different genres like jazz, classical, blues and funky music.

Recently the ensemble recorded the album “La musica da film fra jazz e tango” by Cinema Serenade Ensemble, which is produced and distributed by Azzurra Music and dedicated to jazz and tango film soundtracks.

Massimo Turrini is the winner of the “7th International Competition Astor Piazzolla” and since then he has been invited to play as solo violin in several concerts dedicated to the famous Argentinian composer.