Giuseppe Albanese


Giuseppe Albanese

Italy

 

Giuseppe Albanese debuted in 2014 on the Deutsche Grammophon label with an album entitled "Fantasia", with music by Beethoven, Schubert and Schumann. It follows in 2015 its second album DG "Après une lecture de Liszt", entirely dedicated to the Hungarian composer. In March 2016 Decca classics inserted in the box with the opera omnia of Bartók in 32 CD his recording of the song "Valtozatok" (variations). Invited for recitals and concerts with orchestra by important international music institutions such as – among others – the Metropolitan Museum, Rockefeller University and the Steinway Hall in New York; The Berlin Konzerthaus; The Mozarteum of Salzburg; The Steinway Hall in London; The Salle Cortot in Paris; The St. Petersburg Philharmonic collaborated with directors such as Christian Arming, John Axelrod, James Conlon, Daniel Oren, George Pehlivanian, Donato Renzetti, and Jeffrey Tate. Among the festivals, particularly prominent are the invitations to the Winter Arts Square of Yuri Temirkanov in St. Petersburg, to the Castleton of Lorin Maazel (USA), to the Festival of Brescia and Bergamo and to the MiTo Settembre Musica, in addition to the Mittlefest, the festival of Colmar, the festival of Sintra (Portugal), the Tongyeong Festival (Korea). In Italy he played for all the most important concert seasons (including those of the Orchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia and of the RAI of Turin) and in all the most important theaters. He was invited to play in eleven of the thirteen Italian opera foundations. Already "Premio Venezia" 1997 and special Prize for the best performance of the contemporary work at the "Busoni" in Bolzano, Albanese won in 2003 the first prize at the "Vendome Prize" with finals in London and Lisbon. Albanese is a graduate in philosophy and only 25 years old. He currently teaches piano at the "Tartini" Conservatory in Trieste.

   

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