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Antonio Janigro (안토니오 자니그로)

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Milano, Italy

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1918/01/21~

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Antonio Janigro (January 21, 1918 - May 1, 1989) was an Italian cellist.

Janigro was born in Milan and began studying piano when he was six and cello when he was eight. Initially taught by Giovanni Berti, Janigro enrolled in the Verdi Conservatory of Milan, where he was instructed by Gilberto Crepax. By 1934 Janigro was studying under Diran Alexanian and Pablo Casals at the École Normale in Paris. Janigro graduated from the school in 1934 and began performing solo and in recitals with Dinu Lipatti and Paul Badura-Škoda.

While vacationing in Yugoslavia, Janigro was forced to remain in the country during World War II. He became a professor of cello and chamber music at the Zagreb Conservatory, where his influence developed modern cello playing in Yugoslavia. He also performed as part of the Maček-Šulek-Janigro Trio. At war's end Janigro travelled throughout South America and the Far East as a soloist.

Janigro was a highly-regarded conductor who led a symphony orchestra for Radio Zagreb and guest-conducted throughout Europe. The chamber orchestra I Solisti di Zagreb was created by Janigro, who lived in Zagreb until his death whilst in Milan in 1989.

 

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