# Mervit Nesnas


Mervit Nesnas (IT): Italian, of Austro-Persian origin, born in 1983 in Transylvania. She began to study violin at the age of five. She started at the Conservatory of Budapest, then moving on to the Conservatory in her city Cluj-Napoca under the guidance of Mariana Persa. In 1996 she moved to Rome and continued her training at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory with Camillo Grasso. In Rome she has performed regularly in concert halls and prestigious institutions like the Parco della Musica, Filarmonica Romana, Auditorium della Conciliazione, Accademia di Ungheria, Palazzo del Quirinale, Campidoglio, St. Peter’s Basilica, Oratorio del Gonfalone, Villa Celimontana, Accademia di Romania, and all over Italy as well. With the I Cameristi di Santa Cecilia she has performed in tours in Belgium, Egypt, Finland, China, Russia and the United States. She focuses on chamber music, working in ensembles with Enrico Dindo, Uto Ughi and others, and in different groups, including duos, trios and quartets, including recent performances of the Jubilee of Queen Elisabeth of England and at the Swiss Embassy in Rome.