Rodolfo Richter was trained as a modern violinist with Klaus Wusthoff and Pinchas Zuckermann and has studied composition with Hans Joachim Koellreutter and Pierre Boulez. He studied baroque violin with Monica Huggett at the Royal Academy of Music and has been performing with most of Britain's leading period ensembles. Rodolfo has broadcast live recitals for WFMT Radio (Chicago), BBC Radio 3 (London), MDR (Leipzig) and Radio 3 (Brugges) and was a prize-winner at the prestigious International Early Music Competition for Ensembles in Bruges (2000) and at the Antonio Vivaldi International Violin Competition (2001). He has recorded "Vivaldi Solo Concertos" for Opus 111 and he has been invited to lead many orchestras, including the Hannover Band, St. James Baroque, the Academy of Ancient Music and the English Concert.
In 2002 he joined Palladians and as a soloist and chamber musician Rodolfo has performed throughout the UK and toured extensively in Europe, USA, South America, Australia, the Middle and Far East (including such prestigious venues as London's Wigmore Hall, the Concertgebow in Amsterdam, Konzerthaus Wien, Sidney's City Hall, Chicago's Orchestra Hall and the Alice Tuly Hall in New York).
His forthcoming projects include recordings of string quartets by Beethoven, Schubert, Webern and Mendelssohn.
Early Music Review
This is an excellent recording of some truly delightful music.more >>International Record Review
I find this new recording utterly beguiling for its intimacy and directness...Perfect for late-night listening.more >>Atlanta Audio Society
Highly recommended.more >>BBC Music Magazine
Richter plays them with virtuosity and expressive warmthmore >>The Sunday Herald
Entirely enchanting.more >>ClassicalSource.com
A 'magical disc'more >>The Observer
A recording 'handled with care'more >>