Considered today one of the greatest violinists of our time, Uto Ughi is also considered, the authentic heir to the tradition that saw the birth and flourishing in Italy of the first great violin schools. Uto Ughi has shown extraordinary talent since early childhood, in fact at the age of seven years has performed for the first time in public performing the Chaconne from Game No. 2 by Bach and some Capricci by Paganini. He was only twelve when the critics wrote about him: "Uto Ughi must consider himself an artistically and technically mature concert performer". Uto Ughi studied under the guidance of George Enescu, former master of Yehudi Menuhin. Since then, his career has been uninterrupted. He started his great European tours performing in the most important European capitals. He has played all over the world, in major festivals with the most renowned symphony orchestras including that of the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Washington Symphony Orchestra and many others, under the direction of such masters: Barbirolli, Bychkov, Celibidache, Cluytens, Chung, Ceccato, Colon, Davis, Fruhbeck de Burgos, Gatti, Gergiev, Giulini, Kondrascin, Jansons, Leitner, Lu Jia, Inbal, Maazel, Masur, Mehta, Nagano, Penderecki, Pretre, Rostropovich, Sanderlin, Sargent, Sawallisch, Sinopoli, Slatkin, Spivakov, Temirkanov.