ArtTour International Summer Issue presents: Ginevra Pruneti
“Honoring The Flow”
By Thomas Lioutas
During the most recent ATIM Masters Award Ceremony celebrated at the Auditorium al Duomo in Florence, the public was enchanted by the soothing and magical sound of the Italian virtuoso Violoncello by Ginevra Prunetti accompanied by pianist Francesca Mirarchi. The Violoncello is a musical instrument which has been a staple of the European music culture since the 18th century and still plays a significant role in many bands and orchestras, as it is an instrument with a low pitch which is crucial for the creation of the atmospheric background of the musical piece.
Prunetti delighted the audience with her repertoire, and we received emails requesting information about this young artist. ArtTour International is happy to bring you the artist behind the violoncello and expose her to the international audience. Ginevra Prunetti is a diverse artist who uses the Cello as the instrument which becomes the primary medium of her artistic expression. She is also a composer who has a great repertoire of her own. Prunetti has invested her time in learning this complex instrument to reach a commendable artistic status and use it to convey her rich emotional ideas to the public and compose or recreate music which is in-depth and meaningful. Original from Florence, Italy, historically one of the most significant cities in the country and one which has a rich tradition in artistic creation.
2017 Summer Issue