Ticciati

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Ticciati is an Italian surname. Notable persons with this name include:

Francesco Ticciati was a composer, concert pianist, piano teacher and lecturer.

Girolamo Ticciati Italian sculptor and architect

Girolamo Ticciati (1676–1744) was an Italian sculptor and architect.

Hugo Ticciati British violinist

Hugo Ticciati is a British-born violinist, living in Sweden. He has been successful in several worldwide events such as the Gotland Chamber Music Festival (Sweden), the St.Denis-Festival (Paris), and the Festival Internacional Cervantino. He has also begun his own Festival called the O/MODƏRNT, in Sweden.

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