Wednesday, September 28th, 2022 – Sala dell’Esedra, Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan

MUMU Musica al Museo is an immersive and unique experiential journey that combines the beauty of Italy’s most extraordinary masterpieces with listening to live music in an intimate atmosphere. 



at 6 pm, at 7 pm, at 8 pm

Sergej Prokofiev (1891 – 1953) – Sonata for solo violin in D major op. 115

Fritz Kreisler (1875 – 1962) – Kreisler – Recitativo and Scherzo – Caprice op. 6

at 6.30 pm, at 7.30 pm, at 8.30 pm

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750) – “Prelude” and “Gavotte” from Partita n. 3 in E major BWV 1006

Nathan Milstein (1903 – 1992) – Paganiniana


The visit begins in Aula Leonardi, recently rearranged, where Ritratto di Musico by Leonardo da Vinci, artworks by Salino and Boltraffio and the fresco depicting Incoronazione di spine by Bernardino Luino can be admired. By entering the ancient reading room of Biblioteca Ambrosiana, the Sala Federiciana, a comprension paths about Codice Atlantico ‘s sheets will be proposed. 

Tickets 21,50€

Tiziano Giudice born in Sondrio in 2001 undertook the study of violin at the age of 6, currently studying violin under the guidance of Gabriele Baffero at the Conservatorio “G.Verdi” in Milan.He has successfully participated in auditions and competitions in Italy and abroad, winner among others of the First Prize at the XXIII Concorso Strumentistico Città di Giussano, First Prize at the Concorso Musicale Claudio Abbado Fondazione Milano and winner of the Milan Conservatory Prize cat. Archi e corde 2019. He has performed for the most important concert societies in Italy such as Società del Quartetto, Serate Musicali, Società dei concerti foundation, Società Umanitaria, Accademia Chigiana, Morellino festival Scansano, Festival del Golfo regularly giving recitals and concerts as a soloist, with orchestra and in chamber ensembles in some of the most important halls and frames such as Sala Verdi, Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Teatro Dei Rozzi, Palazzina Liberty. In July 2022, he played the Brahms concerto with L’OSCoM conducted by Fabio Luisi gaining great success with the public and critics. He was a guest on the historic Radio program “La Barcaccia” broadcast on RaiRadio3.
He holds the position of supporting violin in the orchestra OSCoM, symphony orchestra of the Conservatory of Milan with which he has accompanied world-renowned soloists such as Emmmanuel Pahud, Fabrizio Meloni and recorded, again as first violin, Beethoven’s “Eroica” symphony, Schubert’s Fifth Symphony and the Idyll of Siegfried in real parts under the direction of Pietro Mianiti. As a soloist, he recorded Vivaldi’s Autumn of the Four Seasons.
All recordings were made playing two Giuseppe Guadagnini (1757, 1770) belonging to the collection of historical instruments of the Milan Conservatory.
He currently plays a violin belonging to the Milanese school of the late 18th century. 

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