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Began playing violin at the age of 4, Irene Malizia studied violin in Italy and in Austria with many different teachers like Zoran Milenkovic, Giuseppe Armaleo (Conservatorio di musica “L. Refice” di Frosinone) , Camillo Grasso Boriana Nakeva (Scuola di Music di Fiesole), Beatrice Antonioni e Marco Fiorentini (Arts Academy di Roma), Stefan Kamilarov and Veronica Kröner (Joseph Haydn Konservatorium).
She has been rewarded in a lot of violin competition and she played in many Symphony orchestras (such as Junge Philharmonie Wien, Rias Jugendorchester di Berlino, Junge Bayerische Philharmonie and other).

She is currently member of the Altomonte orchestra, with which she has recorded Bruckner’s Symphonies No. 2, 3, 5, 7, 9. She lives in Vienna and she plays as soloist and in various chamber groups such as Duo Variando (Violin & Guitar) and the Maestoso Streichquartett (String Quartet) in Austria and abroad.

She plays the violin “Alban Berg” made in Cremona in 2009 by Riccardo Bergonzi and a bow, imitation François Xavier Tourte, made in Vienna in 2009 by Thomas Gerbeth.


T. Vitali, Ciaccona in Sol minore
Arranged for 4 violins by Irene Malizia
Irene Malizia, Violin(s)
B. Marcello, Adagio (Concerto à 5, Op. 11, No. 4)
Arranged for 4 violins by Irene Malizia
Irene Malizia, Violin(s)
J.S.Bach, Sarabanda (BWV 1004) – Irene Malizia
F. Fiorillo, Caprice Nr. 28 – Irene Malizia
F. I. Biber, Sonata Representativa – Irene Malizia
The colours of Jazz, Tango and Spanish music- The new CD of Duo Variando
Platform Vari@ndON AIR
Streaming Concert with Duo Variando – Film Music Part 1

J. S. Bach, Siciliano (BWV 1031) – Duo Variando
Jazz Meets Bach – Duo Variando
Kirchenlieder & Jazz Trailer – Duo Variando
A musical journey through Europe – Duo Variando
Music for your events – Duo Variado
Wedding Music by Variando musica
We are the Maestoso(s)

Enjoying the Rehearsal