Pupil of Salvatore Accardo and Stefan Gheorghiu, Gabriele Pieranunzi soon gained the attention of the public and critics after obtaining several prizes in important international competition(“N. Paganini” di Genova 1988 e 1990, “T. Varga” di Sion, “L. Spohr” di Friburgo, “R. Romanini” di Brescia, “R. Lipizer” di Gorizia, “G. B. Viotti” di Vercelli, “Biennale” di Vittorio Veneto)His activity has led him to perform in important halls in Italy and abroadAccademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia di Roma, Accademia Chigiana di Siena, Wigmore Hall di Londra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Herculeesaal di Monaco di Baviera, Teatro Coliseum di Buenos Aires, Opera City Hall di Tokyo, Malmoe Symphony Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra di Budapest, Filarmonica G. Enescu di Bucarest, Festival Bemus di Belgrado,Teatro Regio di Torino, Orchestra G. Verdi di Milano, Settimane Musicali di Stresa ( where in 2000, he performed the complete Beethoven Sonatas for violin and pianoFestival dei Due mondi di Spoleto, Teatro San Carlo di Napoli, Solisti di Mosca, collaborando con musicisti quali J. Tate, V. Fedoseyev, G. Noseda, A. Ceccato, M.Bamert, A. Kontarsky, R. Kussmaul, N. Goerner, B. Canino, R. Filippini, Yury Bashmet. Invited by the Municipality of Genoa, Gabriele Pieranunzi has repeatedly played the “Guarneri del Gesu'” that belonged to Niccolò Paganini. Among his record publications we mention the concert by Kurt Weill op. 12 for violin and winds, with the winds of the Teatro San Carlo and the direction of Jeffrey Tate for the Concerto Classics label, the complete Quartets for piano and strings by Mendelssohn for Decca-Universal. Among his most recent successes, he performed concert n. 2 “The bell” by Paganiniat the Al Bustan Festival in Beiru, enjoying great success with audiences and critics, and the release for the magazine Amadeus (March 2019 issue) of the CD dedicated to Ernest Chausson with the performance of the concert op. 21 for violin, piano and string quartet, with the pianist Jin Ju and the string quartet of the London Philharmonia Orchestra (Philharmonia Chamber Players).Gabriele Pieranunzi plays the Ferdinando Gagliano violin from 1762, which formerly belonged to the great violinist Gioconda de Vito, kindly made available by the Pro Canale Onlus association.