Biography

Tedi Papavrami, (born May 13, 1971 in Tirana, Albania) is an Albanian professional violinist.

In September 1982, thanks to flautist Alain Marion, the French government offered him a scholarship to study at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique in Paris under the direction of Pierre Amoyal. In 1985 he won the contest Rodolfo Lipitzer in Gorizia and in 1986 he won with unanimity the “First Award” of the Conservatory of Paris. In 1987 he received a degree at the Lausanne Conservatory.

Papavrami then continued his musical studies under the direction of Zino Francescati the Viktori Mullova. In 1992 he won the prize awarded by Sacem “George Enescu” and, in 1993, the first prize and special prize in the international public “Sarasate” in Pamplona.

In the 2000-2001 season he has performed with the Orchestre de Nice, Orquesta Sinfonica de Galic, Orchestre Philharmonique de Liege, etc., and has conducted several tours in Japan with “24 capricci” of Paganini.

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