Violinist and composer, Alessandro Quarta was acclaimed as a “musical genius” by CNN in 2013 and commended in 2017 at the Italian Chamber of Deputies for “supreme Italian excellence in the world”.
Quarta subsequently triumphed at the Arena di Verona, in the United States and in the Arab Emirates with “Dorian Gray”, a piece composed and performed with Roberto Bolle.
He has worked as Konzertmeister with Maazel, Rostropovich, Prêtre and Mehta in the world’s leading concert venues, including Kennedy Center, Beijing Poly Theater, Teatro Colon, Chicago Symphony Hall, Lincoln Center, Opéra National de Paris and Bolshoi.
For three years he has been invited by the Soloists of the Berliner Philharmoniker. He plays an Alessandro Gagliano violin of 1723.