Arianna Dotto received the Young Female Italian Musician of the Year Award from the Lions Club in 2008.
She has performed across the US, Italy, France, Switzerland, Belgium, and Germany, including at Carnegie “Weill” Recital Hall, the Sala Verdi (Milan), and with the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne at the BCV Concert Hall, among others.
Winner of the U-M Concerto Competition, she was awarded first prizes at the LMM Young Artist Award, the “Vittorio Veneto,” “Luigi Nono,” “Guido Papini,” “Rosetum” international competitions, and was a laureate and participant at the “Ginette Neveu,” “Kloster Schöntal,” ARD Competitions, Bartok World Competition, and the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis.
She has performed on RadioClassica and the Swiss radio RTS.
Her interview for the Wall Street International Magazine appears in the book Milano è Donna (2017), a collection celebrating noteworthy contemporary women of Milanese origin.
An avid chamber musician, she pursued her studies with the Artemis Quartett at the UDK in Berlin.
Arianna studied at the HEMU Lausanne with Pavel Vernikov, at the Cleveland Institute of Music with Jaime Laredo, and at the University of Michigan with of David Halen.