Filippo Turri


Biography Filippo Turri



Filippo Turri
studied at the Antonio Buzzolla Conservatoire in Adria (RO) with Alessandro Albenga and Giampietro Rosato, obtaining his Diploma with full marks in Organ and Organ Composition. Further study of various aspects of the organ repertoire were to follow under Pier Damiano Peretti, Michael Radulescu, Francesco Finotti and Roberto Loreggian. He is particularly interested in performance practice and techniques pertaining to historic keyboards, performing works of the Italian and German repertoire of the 17th-18th centuries. He plays throughout Italy, and is regularly invited to perform abroad, especially in Switzerland and Germany, his concerts meeting with widespread acclaim for the technical skill, originality of interpretation and expressive intensity that have become his hallmarks. Apart from his engagements as a soloist, he also plays continuo and accompaniment for vocal and instrumental ensembles, performing in some of the most remarkable places of Christianity such as St. Peter’s in the Vatican and the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi. He is organist at the Cathedral of S. Mauro at Cavarzere (VE) and that of S. Maria Assunta in Loreo (RO), playing two of the monumental organs of the Veneto region: the B. Formentelli organ built in 1972, and the G. Callido organ of 1787.

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