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Enrico Dindo

Enrico Dindo

Enrico Dindo is an award-winning Italian cellist and conductor who also works as artistic director to Pavia Municipality and the Fondazione Banca del Monte di Lombardia and professor of cello at the Accademia Musicale di Pavia.



Enrico Dindo, was born into a family of musicians. At the age of six he began studying cello and later graduated at the ‘G. Verdi' Conservatoire of music in Turin. In subsequent years, he perfected his studies with Egidio Roveda and with Antonio Janigro.

In 1987, at the age of 22, he began performing as principal cellist in the Teatro alla Scala Orchestra, for eleven years until 1998.

In 1997 he won the First Prize at ‘Rostropovich' Competition in Paris. The great Russian Maestro wrote about him: ‘he is a cellist of exceptional qualities, a complete artist and a formed musician, with an extraordinary sound which flows as a splendid Italian voice'.

Since then, he has worked as a soloist, performing in many countries with prestigious orchestras such as the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, the Rotterdam Philarmonic Orchestra, the Orchestre Nationale de France, the Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse, the Filarmonica della Scala, the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, the Orchestra dell'Accademia di Santa Cecilia, the  St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, the State Orchestra of Sao Paulo, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He has also performed with important conductors such as Riccardo Chailly, Aldo Ceccato, Gianandrea Noseda, Myung-Whun Chung, Daniele Gatti, Paavo Jarvj, Valery Gergev, Riccardo Muti as well as Mstislav Rostropovich.

He has been a guest-performer at numerous Festivals and Concert halls worldwide including London (Wigmore Hall), Paris Evian, Montpellier, Santiago de Compostela, participating at the Budapest ‘Spring Festival', at the Settimane Musicali of Stresa, and at the White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg, and he was invited at the Dubrovnik Festival and by Gidon Kremer at the Lockenhaus Festival.