Giorgia is an Italian violin player and teacher, based in London since 2012. She started to learn the violin when she was 7 years old. At the age of 17 she had her first experience as soloist in performing a Vivaldi violin concerto. From 2000 to 2008 she attended several courses in musical performance and string orchestra, developing a love for chamber music and baroque style.
In 2008 she obtained the Violin Diploma at the "G. Briccialdi" Musical Institute of Terni (Italy).
In March 2012, she concluded a Master of Arts in Violin Performance (Diploma Accademico di II livello) at the "Santa Cecilia" Conservatory of Rome. In "Santa Cecilia" she had the opportunity to lead the second violins of the conservatory orchestra, doing several significant concerts with this role and also having an international collaboration as concertmaster with the saxophonist Jean- Yves Fourmeau.
She also has both a BSc and a MSc in Psychology, obtained at the "Sapienza" University of Rome. Having a psychology study background, she always pays attention to the personal needs of her students, respecting their different natures and trying to find the most suitable way to teach them.
In 2006 she started to teach violin and she took part to several teaching projects which gave to children the possibility to approach to the orchestra experience.
From 2011 to 2013 she participated to Master Classes under the guide of Igor Volochine.
In the last years she had experience with string quartets and with several chamber and symphony orchestras (such as the “Orchestra Universale Italiana”, the “Xilon” orchestra,“Archi della Rosa”, the “London Arts Orchestra”, the “Women of the World Orchestra” and the “Orion Orchestra”), taking also part to recordings of soundtracks.
Apart from the violin, she enjoys cooking and spending time with her family.