07 April 2019 Sunday 00:00
Repertoir : M. Tournier / Au Matin
Student : Yasmin Sevil
Gabriella Dall'Olio is a versatile musician and Harpist. Her work covers solo recordings on Claves, Koch, AVS etc
She performs recitals as a soloist, chamber musician, harp and choir, and has also a wide repertoire of soloist with orchestra.
She also free lances with most UK and European Symphony orchestras, and regularly works in recording studios.
She is a committed, forward thinking and enthusiastic teacher, and is Head of Harp Studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, where she also teaches in the Junior Department.
Gabriella travels all over the world for recitals, concerts and masterclasses, is invited to adjudicate in International competitions and gives regular summer courses in Italy and Spain.
Born in Bologna, Italy, Gabriella studied in Italy, France and Germany with Pierre Jamet and Fabrice Pierre, Jaqueline Borot, Giselle Herbert and Anna Loro. Now based in London, she continues to follow an international and high profile career performing and teaching the harp. Captivating audiences around the globe her critically acclaimed recordings span solo, chamber and orchestral works on the Claves, Koch, Stradivarius, Dal Segno and Ambitus labels, and she has also made many live recordings for French, German, Italian and Swiss Radio. Her wide and varied repertoire covers most solo, concertos, chamber music repertoire as well as orchestral works. Internationally active as a soloist and chamber musician, Gabriella has given recitals and concerts throughout Europe, USA, the Far and Middle East. She also freelances with some of the most outstanding UK and European orchestras. As well as her work as Head of Harp at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London, and her recent appointment at Chethams School of Music in Manchester UK, Gabriella gives masterclasses and harp courses as well as orchestral courses in Italy, Spain, France, Sweden, Singapore, Tasmania and Australia. She has also been a jury member in several competitions. Her wide experience of teaching all ages and all backgrounds reflects her commitment to music-making at the highest international level. Gabriella has performed important works of the solo contemporary repertoire as well as premiering and commissioning many others. Gabriella has earned considerable recognition and has been supported by the Swiss fund 'Junge Kunstler'. She is also the winner of numerous prizes, awards and scholarships, including the 1989 Victor Salvi Competition, Italy, and the Junge Kunstler prize, Switzerland.