“Solomon Markman (Violin) and Danilo Mascetti (Piano) are a recently established ensemble. They both study at the Royal College of Music in London, Danilo being a Carne Trust Fellowship holder and Solomon being a Charles Ravel scholar in his third year of BMus Hons programme. The duo enjoys performing classical repertoire from Bach to Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert to miniature works by Kreisler and others.
Solomon Markman is an Israeli violinist who made his concerto debut with the Jerusalem Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra in 2011 at the age of eleven. He has since performed across Israel with numerous orchestras such as Haifa Symphony Orchestra, Tel-Aviv soloists’ ensemble and the Israeli Netanya Kibbutz Orchestra. He has won prizes at several national competitions, including the Paul-Ben Haim competition for original Israeli music and the Eran Zoldan competition. Solomon is currently studying at the Royal College of Music, London for an Undergraduate degree in violin performance with professor Leonid Kerbel, where he is a Charles Ravel Scholar. He has been supported by the America-Israel cultural foundation since 2011.
Danilo Mascetti is the Carne Trust Junior Fellow at the Royal College of Music of London. He regularly performs as soloist all over Europe, with orchestras such us Pomeriggi Musicali, Thessaloniki State Orchestra, Symphonic State Orchestra of Craiova. From 2014 he performed in China and Japan, debuted in London, Prague, Rome, USA and North Africa, with orchestras such as the West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra, the Nova Amadeus orchestra, the NYCA Symphony Orchestra. During this last season he performs in Russia, Romania, Czech Republic, Italy and England, and has his debuts in Slovenia and South Africa; he gained international reputation becoming laureate of competitions as “Princesse Lalla Meryem” in Rabat, “Gyorgios Thymis”in Greece, “Chopin” in Rome, “Pianotalents”, “E. Pozzoli” in Seregno, “F.Liszt” in Grottamare.”