Giuseppe Nova is considered one of the most representative Italian flutists of his generation, having the Washington Post called “fascinating” to his performance in the US capital. Other critics talk about “interpretation lit [… and] an extraordinary musical line” (Il Giornale), “the art of music in its perfection” (Nice Matin FR), “a dialogue with brilliance” (Nürtinger Zeitung DE), “simply divine” (Concert Reviews UK), “musicality”(The Sunday Times, Malta), “unparalleled elegance and naturalness of performance is one that only the great have” (Messaggero Veneto), among many others.
After Diplomas in Italy and France (Conservatoire Superieur de Lyon) on the famous flautistic school of Maxence Larrieu, he debuted in 1982 as a soloist with the RAI Symphony Orchestra. Hence the beginning of a brilliant career that led him to give concerts and master classes in Europe, the US and Latin America, Asia (Japan, China, Thailand, Singapore, Korea), performing in famous halls and festivals such as Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, Parco della Musica in Rome, Beijing Conservatory, Esterhazy Castle, Kyoto University, Umbria Jazz, Academy of Imola, Theatre Rudolfinum in Prague and Verona Philharmonic Theatre.
He worked as a soloist with Virtuosi di Praga, Camerata Bohemica (Czech Rep.), Ensemble de Tokyo (Japan), Filarmonica di Torino (Italy), Tübinger Kammerorchester (Germany), Chesapeake Orchestra (Maryland, USA), Orchestre de Cannes Côte d’Azur (France), Thailand Philharmonic, Orchestra dell’Arena di Verona (Italy), Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie (Belgium), Astana State Philharmonic Orchestra e Pavlodar Philharmonic (Kazakhstan), Severočeská filharmonie Teplice (Czech Rep.), Vienna Strauss Philharmonic Orchestra (Austria), Filarmónica Cervantina (Spain) e Pardubice Philharmonic Orchestra (Czech Rep.).
He is part of the jury in international competitions in Europe and Asia. Former professor of the Conservatory, the Academy of Pescara, at the School of Saluzzo, the Fondazione Arts Academy in Rome and Assistant at the Geneva Conservatory, he teaches at the Conservatoire de la Vallee d’Aoste and is the invited artist at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, USA.
Several radio and television recordings and CD (some available on iTunes) are, among others, with Maxence Larrieu, Bruno Canino, Arnoldo Foa, Wolfgang Schulz,. Since 2006 made severall recordings for Camerata Tokyo editor.
He received the Kyoto Prize in the International Chamber Music, and performed for the G-20 in Guatemala City. In 2011 he was awarded in Prague with the European Award for Artistic and Cultural activities.
Giuseppe Nova sounds with a 19.5-carat gold flute Powell, built exclusively for him.