Dario Zingales | Clarinet
Dario Zingales is since October 2012 assistant for the clarinet class of Prof. Alois Brandhofer, and since Oktober 2015 also assistant from Prof. Wenzel Fuchs in the Mozarteum Unisiversity. He has performed as first clarinet with freat conductors as André Previn, Gerd Albrecht, and Dennis Russell Davies. I played also with Teatro Petruzzelli, Milano Classica, Junge München Philharmonie. From August 2009 to September 2012, Zingales was principal clarinet for the Philharmonie der Nationen conducted by Justus Frantz (performing many concerts in America, Belgium, Germany, France, Greece, Italy, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, and Russia). He was also invited to play with the Luigi Cherubini Orchestra under the baton of Riccardo Muti. As a soloist, he as performed the Sinfonia Concertante KV 297b and the Clarinet Concerto by Mozart with the Symphony Orchestra of the Mozarteum University. In December 2011 he performed the Clarinet Concerto from Mozart with much critical acclaim under the direction of Josef Wallnig in Linz. As a chamber music musician, he has performed with many great performers such as Lukas Hagen, Benjamin Schmid, Pierre Amoyal, Thomas Riebl, Pavel Gililov, Peter Lang, Jacques Rouvier. He is a founding member of the clarinet quartet Fusion Clarinet Quartet with whom he won the Ferrero award for wind ensembles in 2005. Zingales was invited to play for the Società del Quartetto and had also participated in the international MITO Festival in September 2007. Dario Zingales studied in Milan, with Prof. Luigi Magistrelli where he graduated with honors for both his first and second degrees. Since 2007, he has studied at the University Mozarteum with Prof. Alois Brandhofer. In 2012, he completed his Master's degree at Mozarteum with honors.