Matteo Mazzotti
个人简介
玛泰奥•玛佐蒂于1979年4月24日出生在帕维亚。儿童时代,他就展现出了对音乐的兴趣,并且经常去他祖父玛佐奇•奥莱斯特(一个知名的柜橱制k作师)位于皮亚琴察的工作室,在那里他有机会学习到了“怎样对待木头”。
他是克里蒙纳“安东尼奥•斯特拉迪瓦里”提琴制作协会的一员,在那里他的老师是提琴制作大师马西莫•内格罗尼先生和旺娜•赞贝利女士,除了接受以上小提琴制作课程以外,他还得到了居住于皮亚琴察的翁贝托•潘尼奇教授的私人授课。在2000年,他以满分的成绩拿到了“提琴制作大师”的学位。然后一直工作于提琴制作大师马西莫•内格罗尼先生的工作室,从而有机会深化和完善在这所著名学校所学习到的克里蒙纳提琴制作的经典,并领悟了蕴藏有数百年古老历史的提琴油漆的所有秘密。当完成全部的训练后,他在所居住的皮亚琴察市成立了自己的工作室,他是在此区域内唯一的并且唯一持有I.P.I.A.L.L学位的制琴师。他的客户包括行业内主要的乐器经销商,音乐学院的学生以及意大利本土和国外的音乐家(特别是来自美国、新西兰、澳大利亚、日本、中国大陆、中国台湾、中国香港、以色列、瑞典、德国、荷兰、葡萄牙、奥地利的音乐家)。
提琴制作大师玛泰奥•玛佐蒂同时也为位于皮亚琴察市的朱塞佩•尼科里尼音乐学院修理和恢复弦乐器。他制作的乐器被尊重和推崇为克里蒙纳经典制琴艺术的原始呈现。
Matteo Mazzotti was born in Pavia on 24th April 1979. As a child, he showed a precious interest in music and he regularly attended the workshop in Piacenza of his grandfather, Mazzocchi Oreste, a well-known cabinet-maker, where he had the opportunity to learn “how to treat the wood”.
He attended the Istituto Liutario “A. Stradivari” in Cremona, where his teachers were master Massimo Negroni and mistress Wanna Zambelli. Bisides the violin class, he also took private lessons by Professor Umberto Panichi of Piacenza. In 2000, he got the degree as “Maestro Liutaio” with full marks. Since then he has been working at Master Massimo Negroni’s workshop and getting the opportunity to go into and improve his knowledge of the Cremona classic stylistics as well as the hundred-year -old secrets of violin polishing of this famous school. Once completed his education, he opened his own workshop in Piacenza where he lives; he is the only luthier and the only holder of I.P.I.A.L.L diploma in this area. Among his customers, he counts leading instrument merchants as well as students attending the conservatories and Italian and foreign musicians (especially from the U.S.A., New Zealand, Australia, Japan, China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, Israel, Sweden, Germany, Holland, Portugal, Austria).
The master repairs and restores stringed instruments in the Musical Conservatory “G.Nicolini” in Piacenza. Matteo Mazzotti’s instruments are valued and honored as original items of the Classic Luthier’s Art of Cremona.