Giada Visentin began studying the violin at the age of 5.
At the age of 19 she obtained the master's degree at the "Giuseppe Tartini" Conservatory of Trieste,
under the guidance of Maestro Massimo Belli.
In 2022 she also completed her Alto course with honors Specialization at the National Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome with Maestro Sonig Tchakerian.
Since 2018 she has been a student of Maestro Salvatore Accardo at the Stauffer Academy in Cremona and the Chigiana Academy of Siena and currently she also attends the Master in Performance at the Conservatory of Italian Switzerland (Lugano), in class of Maestro Massimo Quarta.
She was also one of the last students of Maestro Renato Zanettovich. She winner of numerous national and international competitions, she has held several concerts as soloist and/or accompanist for prestigious musical institutions in Italy and abroad such as: "I Solisti Veneti" by Claudio Scimone, the Orchestra from Camera Italiana conducted by Salvatore Accardo, the New Chamber Orchestra "Ferruccio Busoni”, the Olimpia Orchestra and the FVG Orchestra.
Furthermore, as a soloist, she has performed in prestigious halls, such as the “Sale Apollinee” of the Teatro la Fenice in Venice, the Sala del Ridotto of the Teatro Verdi of Trieste, the Politeama Rossetti of Trieste, the Ponchielli Theater of Cremona, the Auditorium Parco della Musica and the Sala Verdi in Milan, for “Serate Musical".
For Movimento Classical you recorded the “Sei Concertoni a four parts” by Giulio Meneghini and for Urania Records the world premieres of Quartets No. 2 and No. 4 by Karl Weigl, with the Ensemble Mark Rothko. In 2020 she recorded Mozart's Concerto No. 2 KV for Movimento Classical 211, also attached to the magazine Suonare News.
Passionate about contemporary music, in 2021 she received from the Academy Nation of Santa Cecilia the scholarship "Ninì Perno" as first violin of the Ensemble Novecento and in 2022 she was selected as a musician in residency at the Stauffer Center for Strings on the occasion of a masterclass with the Intercontemporain Ensemble.
Currently, in addition to the solo activity, you have numerous duo concerts to your credit with the pianist Luca Chiandotto, with the Ensemble Marko Rothko and a project on the Goldberg Variations by J.S. Bach in string trio with Vittorio Benaglia (viola) and Riccardo Baldizzi (cello).
She plays a 1947 Marino Capicchioni violin.
Luca Chiandotto is the winner of the Lamberto Brunelli 2018 Award, reserved for the best Italian graduates of the previous year, and a finalist at the Isidor Bajic Piano Memorial Competition 2018 in Novi Sad. He graduated in 2019 with highest marks, honors and honorable mention at the Biennium of Piano for Interpretation, with a performance of the Musical Offering by J.S. Bach. He attended the “G. Tartini” Conservatory of Trieste in the class of prof. Flavio Zaccaria.
He is currently studying with Prof. Ayami Ikeba at the Kunst Universität in Graz and with M° Marian Mika, at the F. Chopin Academy in Padua. He has participated in courses with Maestro Benedetto Lupo, at the Accademia di Pinerolo, with Mª Irene Veneziano in Novara, and with renowned concert performers and teachers, including the Masters Alessandro Taverna and Aquiles Delle Vigne.
Erasmus student in the 2015/2016 academic year, he was a student of prof. Klaus Kaufmann at the Mozarteum University of Salzburg. He also attended numerous lessons offered by the Trieste Conservatory with professors from foreign Music Institutes, such as Borislava Taneva, Rostislav Yovchev, Bernhard Pötsch, Johannes Kropfitsch, Karl Barth, Markus Prause, Paolo Susanni, Brenno Ambrosini, Antoinette van Zabner, Ida Gamulin , Pierluigi Camicia.
Luca has performed in numerous concert halls in Northern Italy and abroad, including the Sala del Ridotto of the Teatro Verdi in Trieste, the Sale Apollinee of the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, the Palazzo Leoni Montanari in Vicenza, the Museum of Santa Caterina in Treviso, the Sala dei Giganti in Padua, the Fazioli Showroom in Milan, the Civic Museum of Radovlijca (SLO), the Italian Community of Opatija (HR), the Wiener Saal of Salzburg, within renowned posters such as “Settimane Musicali al Teatro Olimpico” in Vicenza, “Mittelfest” and the “Chamber Music” Association in FVG. His participation in the annual “Concert in the dark” at the Rittmeyer Regional Institute for the Blind in Trieste in 2019 was significant : a recital performed entirely without the slightest light source, within the billboard of “Nei suoni dei luoghi”. As a soloist with the orchestra, he made his debut in 2016 with the Trieste Conservatory Orchestra, conducted by M° Romolo Gessi, playing the WA Mozart concert KV 414 in the Sala Tripcovich and in the Church of S. Antonio Nuovo in Trieste on five dates, and at the Municipal Theater of Monfalcone. In 2018 he played the Concerto n. 2 by Chopin with the Belgrade Symphony, conducted by M° Radan Jovanović, in the Synagogue of Novi Sad.
He participated, in addition to this, in various piano competitions, obtaining the first prize in its category at the international competition Accademia Musicale Romana in 2013, the first prize at the Maria Grazia Fabris competition in Trieste in 2015, the first prize at the international competition Città di Palmanova in 2017. In 2018 he obtained the third prize in the Giulio Rospigliosi international competition – Schumann Prize 2018 and won the Sinclair Ravazzolo Scholarship of the Rotary Club Portogruaro, thanks to which he held a concert as part of the “International Music Festival of Portogruaro “.
He has a predilection for the avant-garde of the twentieth century: in 2019 he obtained the first prize in the “Roberto Di Cecco” competition, dedicated to the music of that period. During the Academic Year 2019/2020, he perfected himself in the performance practices of written music from the second half of the twentieth century to contemporaneity with Mª Maria Grazia Bellocchio.
In the last two years he has curated four first absolute performances of young composers, such as Gabriele Cosmi, Leonardo Mezzalira, Dario Carpanese: for Amici della Musica di Padova, he recently performed in a solo recital with music composed ad hoc and inspired by the Giottesque cycle of frescoes in the Scrovegni Chapel.
In the frame of the Trieste Prima 2020 contemporary music festival, together with the pianist Maria Iaiza and the sound director prof. Giorgio Klauer, he played the famous Mantra (1970) by Stockhausen for two pianos and ring modulation. Recordings of him were broadcast by the regional broadcaster Rai Radio 3.