Pietro Doronzo


pietro-doronzoPietro Doronzo, flautist (Italy, 1991).

In 2013 he graduates inTransverse Flute with the highest marks at the “U.Giordano” Conservatory of Foggia (Italy), under the guide of M° Antonio Amenduni.
In 2016 he graduates as Flute Teacher for Secondary Education graduating at Italian teachers traineeship (TFA) and accredited by the Italian state, while in 2015 he specialises in Music Didactic obtaining his Master’s Degree in Music Teaching. He is currently following a specialisation course in Chamber Music studying at the same Conservatory.

He has taken part in master classes with important flautists such as Antonio Amenduni, Andrea Manco (currently First Flute of the Philarmonic Orchestra of the Teatro Alla Scala in Milan), Michele Marasco, Christina Fassbender, Carlo de Matola and Luigi Facchini. His remarkable musical qualities encourage him in participating in various National and International Music Festivals performing in many Italian cities like Barletta, Bari, Rome and many others.

He takes part in many national and international music competitions, both as solo and part of a duo (with piano), reaching widespread success receiving many awards and first prizes.

He is interested in electroacoustic and contemporary music, both as solo performer and in ensembles, carrying out musical projects, live performances and publications of CDs. Among these, the most important are “Miniatures- vol.1” and ”Architectures” where he played and recorded pieces of P. Rhios Filho, A. J. Fox, Paul Koptez, Sung-Hyun Yun, Greg A Steinke, Sun Mi Ro, and Giorgio Nottoli.

He collaborates with many orchestras like the “Soundiff Orchestra”, the “Onivas Orchestra”, the “Flute Chamber Orchestra”, performing in theatres around Italy as well as in duo with Piano, giving a concert at the “Palazzo della Marra” in Barletta, with the illustrious presence of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism Massimo Bray, during the G. Denittis-dedicated exhibit.

He is the founder of the chamber-music duo “G. Fauré” with the pianist Pasquale Somma, perfecting studies led by the professors A. Amenduni, F. Monopoli, E. Mangiullo and L. Facchini. Very much appreciated by critics and audience, the duo realises an intense musical activity collaborating with the most representative Musical Associations within the regional area.

He is also stable performer for many chamber ensembles and orchestras as well and his previous experiences have seen him perform in duo, trio with violin and piano, flute and string quartet, flute and electronic, flute and orchestra, wind orchestra and symphonic orchestras.