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The first music course at Palazzo Chigi was inaugurated in Siena, in 1932. Since then, the number of students has gradually increased to the nearly 600 students of today, who represent about 50 nations. In addition, the number of advanced-level masterclasses has been expanded. The Accademia continues to foster an ongoing exchange between old and new generations of students, those who have become masters often returning to teach and becoming an integral part of the history of the Academy.

Famous musicians have attended the advanced specialization courses at Chigiana during their studies: Carlo Maria Giulini, Zubin Mehta, Daniel Oren, Roman Vlad, Claudio Abbado, Salvatore Accardo, Uto Ughi, Daniel Barenboim, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Alirio Diaz. Today, in the halls of the Academy, you can still meet Boris Belkin, Salvatore Accardo, Patrick Gallois, Salvatore Sciarrino, Antonio Meneses, David Geringas, Bruno Giuranna, Eliot Fisk and many other professors.

Accardo
Salvatore Accardo
Violin
ACOCELLA
Luciano Acocella
Orchestral Conducting
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Stefano Battaglia
Tabula rasa
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Boris Belkin
Violin
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Nicola Bernardini
Live Electronics
caggiano
Antonio Caggiano
Percussion
Carbonare-2015
Alessandro Carbonare
Clarinet
Donati
Lorenzo Donati
Choral Conducting
ettorre
Giuseppe Ettore
Double Bass
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Eliot Fisk
Guitar
gallois
Patrick Gallois
Flute
gatti
Daniele Gatti
Orchestral Conducting
geringas
David Geringas
Cello
ghiglia
Oscar Ghiglia
Guitar
giuranna
Bruno Giuranna
Viola and chamber music
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Clive Greensmith
String quartet and chamber music
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David Krakauer
Crossing Musical Boundaries
matteuzzi
William Matteuzzi
Voice
meneses
Antonio Meneses
Cello
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Giovanni Puddu
Guitar and new music for guitar
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Ernst Reijseger
Morphing Music to Media
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Christian Schmitt
Oboe
sciarrino
Salvatore Sciarrino
Composition
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Alvise Vidolin
Live Electronics
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Lilya Zilberstein
Piano