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PIANA Roberto

PIANA Roberto

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Description

Pianist and composer, Roberto Piana was born in Sassari, on the Italian island of Sardinia, in 1971. He perfected his studies with numerous famous pianists, but owes his training to Isabella Lo Porto, with whom he graduated in piano studies with top marks, at the Music Conservatory of Sassari.

As a pianist, he has performed with great success in numerous theatres such as Rond Point on the Champs-Elysées in Paris, Teatro Regio in Turin, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, University of Saint Petersburg, Russia, as well as in cities such as Ajaccio, Arnhem, Barcelona, Brussels, Charleroi, Düsseldorf, Effretkon, Lausanne, Liège, Mons, Stuttgart, Zurig.

While maintaining a busy performance schedule, Roberto is also committed to the study of lesser known composers such as Ansorge, Gutmann, Ornstein, Rebello, Ricordi, Silesu, Tellefsen, Wolff, and others. Since 1994, he has authored essays, books, and CDs (Stradivarius, Da Vinci Classics, Amadeus, Tactus, Documenta Edizioni, Suonare News).

Roberto Piana is the author of piano, vocal, chamber and symphonic music performed in important festivals all over the world (Newport Festival in California, Chopin Festival in Duszniki Zdroj, International Russian Music Piano Competition in San Jose in the United States, Russia, Japan, in England, South Africa, Israel, etc.). Many of his compositions can be heard on CDs released by labels such as Steinway & Sons, Centaur Records, Music & Arts, and TwoPianists.

Recently he has composed twenty elaborations of Neapolitan songs that have been recorded by the pianist Antonio Pompa-Baldi for the label Steinway & Sons.

The CD with his Sonata and 25 pictorial Preludes, played by the pianist Antonio Pompa-Baldi, recently received an enthusiastic review from the prestigious American Record Guide (Stephen Wright): “Hats off, gentlemen: a genius. The piano music of Robert Piana (b. 1971) puts me in mind of Ola Gjeilo and Keith larrett-but couched in more ambitious and expansive structuresand late Debussy, plus York Bowen after he absorbed the influence of Rachmaninoff and Debussy. This is sublime and memorable music”.

He is a piano professor at the Sassari Conservatory of Music.

He holds piano master classes in Italy and Russia (St. Petersburg).

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