Samuele Di Gioia


Italian violinist Samuele Di Gioia is a genuine and enthusiastic young artist, passionate about chamber music and orchestra playing. His passion about orchestra and chamber music is moved by the belief that in music as in life experiences are valuable and beautiful when they are shared.

Born in Milan in 1996, he started his musical education with his father and later on he was admitted at the conservatory of Milan where he studied in the violin class of Livia Baldi. During his studies, moved by the interest for other cultures and looking for new ways of approaching the violin repertoire, he applied for the Erasmus+ program in Riga (Latvia) where he studied at Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music with Maestro Juris Švolkosvskis for one academic year. In this period Samuele was able to expand his musical horizons getting to know different musical words such as improvisation and folk music.

Once graduated at the Conservatorio G. Verdi in Milan, he continued his studies at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Portogruaro (Venice) with Eliot Lawson. He also attended masterclasses with important teachers such as Klaidi Sahatci, Ilya Grubert and Amiram Ganz.

In 2023 he obtained a Master of Music in Violin at Conservatorium Maastricht under the guidance of the great soloist Boris Belkin.

As an orchestra musician he worked in various orchestras such as: Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano, La Toscanini of Parma, Orchestra da Camera Canova, Orchestra del Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza, Orchestra dell’Accademia della Scala, Orchestra UniMI, Orchestra Sinfonica Carlo Coccia di Novara.

He was also selected to participate at the Aix En Provence Festival as a member of the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra under the baton of Daniele Rustioni and under the tutoring of some members of the London Symphony Orchestra.