Paolo Chiesa, born in Turin in 1993, began learning the violin at the age of six at the Suzuki School in Turin. Since 2010 he has been playing in the Camerata Ducale Orchestra alongside musicians such as Uto Ughi, Shlomo Mintz, Enrico Pace, Massimo Quarta, Richard Galliano, Avi Avital, Trio di Parma, Giuliano Carmignola and Viktoria Mullova. In October 2014 he played lead violin for the ONC conducted by Ennio Morricone in the arena in Verona. In 2012 he played in trio at the Musei Vaticani and, the following year, played Partita No. 2 for solo violin by J. S. Bach as soloist which was recorded or Radio Vaticana. He has played at various festivals including MITO Settembre Musica, Amici della Musica in Florence and the IUC of La Sapienza University in Rome. In 2016 he played as soloist at the Teatro Verdi in Pordenone. He has played with the Polledro orchestra in Turin, the Accademia Corale Stefano Tempia orchestra and the Accademia orchestra in Pinerolo. He has taken master classes with Vadim Brodsky, Shlomo Mintz, Friedemann Eichhorn and Alessandro Milani. He graduated in 2013 and in 2015 achieved a grade II Academic Diploma at the Turin Conservatory, both with full marks.