Premio Martucci 2015
15 maggio 2015
Nelle serate del 6 maggio e del 13 maggio 2015, in due impegnative prove di concerto svoltesi al Teatro Coccia di Novara, De Padova ha sostenuto un avvincente duello musicale con Pietro Beltrani. I due finalisti hanno presentato un libero programma di concerto per ottenere il favore del pubblico che è stato espresso con regolare votazione.
Questo concorso con la sua formula innovativa da un lato ha potuto evidenziare le personalità dei giovani artisti e dall’altro ha favorito una rinnovata conoscenza e proposta concertistica dei brani martucciani, meritando un ampio gradimento del pubblico e un convinto apprezzamento dei concorrenti.
Molte le personalità presenti alla premiazione: l’Assessore alla cultura Paola Turchelli che ha consegnato i premi, il Vice-prefetto dott. Marco Baldino che con l’Arch.Carlo Cigolotti e il M°Massimo Folliero hanno provveduto allo spoglio dei voti, il M°Simone Pedroni in rappresentanza della Giuria, il sig. Davide Papes in rappresentanza di AIARP partner del Concorso, i Presidenti delle Associazioni che hanno contribuito al montepremi del Concorso: dott. Luigi Crippa degli Amici della Musica di Oleggio, il M°Massimo Folliero del Festival Pianistico Internazionale di Galliate e il M°Luca Ceretta dell’Associazione Sconfinarte.
La partecipazione di queste personalità ha sottolineato l’importanza dell’iniziativa che unisce tradizione e innovazione, cultura e arte, in un responsabile passaggio di testimone tra generazioni per custodire e mantenere vivo ogni prezioso retaggio musicale.
Pietro Beltrani Classe 1989, compie gli studi musicali alla scuola “G. Sarti” di Faenza sotto la guida del Maestro Giorgio Farina.
Si diploma da privatista a soli 18 anni al conservatorio “G. Rossini” di Pesaro con il massimo dei voti e lode. Ha frequentato l'Accademia pianistica internazionale “Incontri col Maestro” di Imola, di cui è il primo allievo imolese, studiando con Franco Scala e in seguito con Piero Rattalino. Ha seguito masterclass con Daniel Rivera, Michael Dalberto, Pier Narciso Masi, Joaquin Soriano, Alexander Lonquich. Ha conseguito il dipoma di secondo livello ad indirizzo interpretativo al conservatorio “B. Maderna” di Cesena, laureandosi con 110 e lode. Ha inoltre ottenuto il diploma di secondo livello ad inidirizzo didattico al conservatorio “G. Rossini” di Pesaro.
Nel corso degli anni ottiene vari primi premi in concorsi a livello nazionale. Si ricordano il 1° premio alla IX e alla XII edizione del concorso pianistico nazionale “città di Cesenatico” nel 2002 (assoluto) e nel 2005, il 1° premio alla I e alla II edizione concorso pianistico nazionale “città di Pesaro” (2004 e 2005), il 1° premio alla XX rassegna nazionale “i giovani per i giovani di San Pietro in Vincoli (2006), e il 1° premio al XVII concorso nazionale di Lamporecchio.
Importante la sua affermazione ottenuta ad agosto 2009 a Castrocaro Terme (FC), come uno dei tre vincitori della tredicesima Rassegna dei migliori diplomati dei conservatori e degli istituti pareggiati d'Italia. Grazie a questo riconoscimento, una sua registrazione è stata inserita nella rivista “Suonare News”. Ottiene grande successo al prestigioso Premio Venezia, dove risulta fra i 5 vincitori, piazzandosi al IV posto.
A marzo 2010 vince il III premio al concorso internazionale di Pinerolo. A settembre 2010 è fra i sei semifinalisti del concorso internazionale “Rina SalaGallo” di Monza.
A luglio 2013 frequenta gli “Umbria jazz Clinics” a Perugia, sotto la guida dei maestri del “Berklee college of music” di Boston, e gli viene conferito il premio al talento.
Si è esibito in tutta Italia, suonando in importanti teatri italiani, tra cui il Teatro “La Fenice” di Venezia, il Teatro “Manzoni” di Bologna, il Teatro “Vittoria” di Torino, il Teatro “Litta” di Milano, il “Piccolo Teatro” di Firenze, l’”Accademia Filarmonica” di Bologna. Ha preso parte a numerosi Festival italiani, fra cui il festival “MiTo” di Milano-Torino e il “Maggio Musicale Fiorentino”.
Giulio De Padova ha iniziato lo studio del pianoforte all’età di tre anni; a quattro ha tenuto il suo primo concerto. Nel 1994 entrato nel Conservatorio di Pesaro nella classe del M° Enrico Belli. Ha seguito Master Class con Maestri quali A.Jasinskij, P.Rattalino, L.Berman, Marco Di Bari, Gilberto Cappelli, Fabio Vacchi, Gearge Flynn, Adriano Guarnieri, Giorgia Tomassi, Lukas Vondracek, Anti Siirala, Paul Lewis, Dajan Lazic, Fredrik Ullén, Cristina Ortiz, Tamara Stefanovich, Pierre Laurent Aimard, Enrico Pace, Benedetto Lupo, Lilya Zilberstein. A novembre del 2004 gli è stata conferita una borsa di studio quale migliore studente della provincia di Macerata del Conservatorio Pergolesi di Fermo. Nel 2009 ha frequentato l’anno accademico presso la scuole di Francoforte sul Meno sotto la guida di Frau Catherine Vickers. Ha in repertorio l’integrale degli Studi Trascendentali di Liszt che ha giù eseguito in varie città italiane. Ha partecipato nel giugno 2012 al Concorso Horowitz di Kiev e nel Novembre del 2012 si è laureato con la valutazione di 110/110 con lode e menzione d’onore in Discipline Musicali ad Indirizzo Concertistico con il M°Enrico Belli.
Dal 2014 viene seguito dal M°Mario Coppola partecipando a vari Concorsi Nazionali e Internazionali quali: “Anna Maria De Vita” (Battipaglia), “Napolinova” (Napoli), “Vietri sul mare”, “Hyperion” (Ciampino), “Riviera della Versilia” (Viareggio), “Premio Pianistico Ischia”, “Piana del Cavaliere (Carsoli), “Città di Albenga” 27° edizione, “Premio Giulio Rospigliosi”, aggiudicandosi in tutti il Primo Premio.
FOLCO PERRINO was born in Novara January 28th, 1928. He studied with many well-known musicians such as Luigi Gallino, Nino Rossi, Felice Quaranta. He graduated in piano at the Conservatoire “A. Boito” in Parma, and he also studied composition in Turin with Luigi Perrachio.
He improved with Carlo Lonati and Giuseppe Piccioli and formed a piano duo with his wife Elena Bollato, starting his concert career in 1957 at the Teatro Carignano (Turin). He played in many relevant Italian venues (Santa Cecilia in Rome, Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Petruzzelli, Teatro Piccinni in Bari, Auditorium San Salvatore in Palermo, Auditorium S.Leone Magno in Rome, Sala Scarlatti in Naples, Filarmonica Laudano in Messina, Sala Bossi in Bologna, Auditorium Società Aquilana dei Concerti, Teatro Dante in Ravenna) and in many European halls (Concertgebouw di Amsterdam, Weiber Saal di Costanza, Filharmonia Pomorska Paderewskiego in Bidgoszcz Poland, Katowice Theatre, Palazzo dei Congressi di Lugano, Sala Filarmonic Craiova Romania, Stadtshalle Karl Marx Stadt Germany, Filarmonica “G.Enescu” Ateneul Roman Bucarest, Belgrade Kolharack).
He did many radio recordings for European broadcasters and for Italian and Polish TV.
He performed also in many festivals: Festival Viottiano, Luglio Musicale Aquilano, Festival Internazionale di Sorrento, Primavera Musicale di Roma, Festival della Val D’Itria (Martina Franca), Festival Internazionale, Festival Internazionale Autunno Musicale di Como, Festivalâ€¯ di Wallonie (Belgium), Bodensee Festival (Germany), Festival Internazionale Janacek (Ostrava).
The duo Bollato-Perrino played with many important orchestras under famous conductors such as: Carlo Zecchi, Ludovit Rajter, Josep Wilkomirski, Jorg Faerber, Pinchas Steinberg, Dieter-Gerhardt Worm, Georg Ventila, Vittorio Antonellini, Gianfranco Rivoli, Antonino Cascio.
The Bollato-Perrino duo has recorded for: Rusty-Records, Fonit Cetra and Bottega Discantica.
Folco Perrino is author of many musicological publications and focused his attention on Giuseppe Martucci, writing his biography in four volumes: for this work he can be considered the greatest scholar of Martucci. For this reason he collaborated with the “New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians – second edition” (London) and with “Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart” (Kassel, Germany).
He is author with Elena Bollato of the volume “Quarant’anni di Musica” of the Association Amici della Musica (Novara). With Mario Giarda he’s author of the book “Guido Cantelli Maestro” and with Ernesto Zucconi he’s author of the volume “Cinecittà sogno e realtà”.
He collaborated with other musicologists at the volume dedicated to the composer Ettore Desderi.
He edited many revisions and trascriptions of Martucci for Curci (Milan).
From 1973 to 2006 he was president of the Associaton Amici della Musica “Vittorio Cocito” in Novara and now he is the Artistic Director.
He has been president of the Centro Studi Martucciani (Novara) since 1992. He was also president of the Fondazione Associazione Guido Cantelli.
He taught piano in Conservatoire of Sassari, Alessandria and Novara and he directed for 5 years the Novara section of the Conservatoise A. Vivaldi.
He was president and member of jury in many national and international piano competitions. He took part in many conferences on many musical issues.
In 2001 he obtained, togheter with Elena Bollato, the Premio Barozzi Sport e Arte.
Recently, the Foundation Rotary of the Rotary International awarded Perrino for his artistic merits.
In 2004 he was conferred by the President of the Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, the honor of Knight.
ETTORE BORRI. Ettore Borri received his Diploma in Piano with full marks, studying with Alberto Mozzati: he also graduated with honors in Italian Literature at the Università Cattolica of Milan.
From 1979 to 1998, he collaborated with Giampiero Tintori at the Museo Teatrale alla Scala as a concert pianist, lecturer and artistic organizer in the famous productions of the Ridotto dei Palchi del Teatro alla Scala. As a pianist he has performed concerts in Italy and abroad: in the Vatican City (Sala Nervi, in the presence of John Paul II, 2000), at the Münster Festival des Nations Européennes (1991), in Budapest (Liszt Museum and Liszt Academy, 1996 and 2000) – a town where he has also been invited as a guest professor. He also played at the inauguration concert for the restoration of the musical instruments of the collections of both the Museo Teatrale alla Scala and the Conservatorio Verdi in Milan. He was been invited to participate in the Italian Culture Weeks organized by the Italian Embassies in Cologne (1985), Budapest (1996) and Stockholm (2003). Alongside his solo career, he has played in concert with musicians such as Thomas Bloch, Gabriele Cassone, Corrado Colliard, Gaetano Nasillo, Luigi Alberto Bianchi, Carlo Balzaretti, and the Quartetto Bernini.
He contributed to the realization of productions that combine various artistic fields with Luciana Savignano, Franca Nuti, Alessandro Quasimodo and Mario Cei (a production by the Teatro di Locarno and later staged in many other venues such as the Piccolo Teatro in Milan. He recorded piano works Donizetti, Field, Respighi, Sgambati e Martucci (Piano Transcriptions, first world recording) for RAI, Duetto, Naxos and La Bottega Discantica. He recorded piano works by Wagner on the Steinway Listz piano for the inauguration of the Associazione wagneriana italiana (Milan, 1994), the first to do so in Italy.
In 1997, he published a CD-ROM for Enda Multimedia devoted to Bach’s Branderburg Concertos 1, 3 and 5, presenting a 4-part transcription of the scores and a thorough analysis of the works.
He has published numerous articles in journals (e.g. HiArt and VeneziaMusica, etc.), and has published musicological essays by Mazzotta, Bompiani, Fabbri, Vita & Pensiero e LIM, especially dealing with Italian Piano Literature between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, a subject on which he is acknowledged to be an expert.
He edited the catalogue I manoscritti di Ponchielli nella collezione di Giulio Cesare Sonzogno and wrote the didactic text Musica Insieme (Ghisetti & Corvi). In 2005, he curated the critical edition of the libretto and the score of Giulio Cesare Sonzogno’s melodrama Il denaro del Signor Arne. He has revised piano works by Liszt and Debussy for Carisch. Since 2011 he has been the Pedagogical Representative for Lombardy for the Italian System of Orchestras and of the Youth and Children Choirs (honorary presidents: Claudio Abbadoâœ and José Antonio Abreu). He is artistic consultant for the official cultural events of CremonaPianoforte and MondoMusica and is President of the renowned Associazione Amici della Musica Vittorio Cocito of Novara.
Since February 2012 he has been a representative of the Pontifical Musical Chorus of the Sistine Chapel at the AEC (Association Europeènne des Conservatoires).
Since 1978 he has been Professor of Piano at a number of Italian Conservatories: he currently teaches at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of Milan. He has given piano master classes in Italy and abroad (at the Universities of Seoul, Osaka, Poznan, Budapest); from 1995 to 2001 he was the didactic director of the Scuola Musicale of Milano. From January 2002 to October 2011, he was the artistic director of the Conservatory Guido Cantelli of Novara. During his service as director of the Conservatory Cantelli, he created and promoted the Festival Fiati e Tasti Neri Tasti Bianchi. Pianoforte e Organo in Italia nei secoli XIX e XX, and he supported the In-audita Musica project, a project devoted to researching compositions of female composers across the centuries. He also promoted the Centro Studi Guido Cantelli. In September 2011, he carried out the project Europa e identità nazionali, which featured the first ever recording (published by La Bottega Discantica) of Francesco Sangalli’s and Adolfo Fumagalli’s Studi per pianoforte, with the exclusive participation of students of conservatories from Aarhus (Denmark), Bucharest (Romania), Feldkirch and Linz (Austria), Novara (Italy), and Poznan (Poland). From 2007 to October 2011 he was a member of the Board of the Conference of the Directors of Italian Conservatories; in 2009, he was nominated nominated member of the Commission for the Reorganization of the Italian Music High School by the Ministry of Schools, Universities and Research.
In the areas of evaluation and quality assurance, he was one of the first to create and evaluation committe in Italy (at the Conservatory Guido Cantelli of Novara in 2008). During his service as director of the Conservatory Cantelli, the Conservatory obtained a very positive Report that was published on the website of the AES after the visit of the Polifonia Counsellors in relation to the issues of Quality assurance and the new organization of Bachelor's and Master's courses.
He has been President of the Evaluation Committee of the IMP of Gallarate and he is currently President of the Evaluation Committee of the ISSM Gaetano Donizetti of Bergamo. Since April 2013 he has been included in the “Peer-Reviewers Register” of the AEC. In May 2013, he was nominated member of the Working Group Guidelines for the Evaluations Committee by the ANVUR. He received the Umberto Barozzi Culture Prize (Novara, 2010). He has been appointed Knight of the Italian Republic, an title that was bestowed on him by a decree of the Italian President Giorgio Napolitano on 27 December 2011.
WALTER BOZZIA. When he was sixteen, he started bis career with a performance at Teatro Ponchielli in Cremona, and continued to play all over Europe. He recorded live from Salle Pleyel in Paris music by C. Debussy for Radio France.
Walter Bozzia played with the famous violinist N. Milstein all the 10 Beethoven's sonatas. He played the Second and Third Rachmaninov's concertos with A. Bacchelli as conductor.
He founded the Kammermusik of Torino and collaborated with Cameristi di Parigi.
Many of his arrangements (from W. Disney movies and from the Bizet's Carmen) were performed in relevant festivals and concert seasons, such as, for example, at the Museo Teatrale alla Scala.
He is a composer of piano music. Among his compositions there is “Notturno dopo la poesia Canto d’ombra” of M. Montevecchi.
He was involved in a research on M. Legrand's scores (29 French songs arrangements, 1995-1996): he focused on piano and violin improvisation as soloist instruments in swing and jazz style.
He was part of the Art Direction of “Concorsi Internazionali di Stresa” and member of the jury in many other relevant contests. He co-founded with W. Massazza the “Concorso Internazionale C. Soliva di Casale Monferrato”.
He recently recorded for Radio France the 3 violin sonatas of J. Brahms with J. Bolognesi.
He is author of many poems, and he has been working for the “Quaderno l’Angolo poesie di ricerca autobiografica” since November 2010.
He teaches piano at the Conservatorio in Novara, where he has been planning the season “I concerti del Conservatorio” since 2006.
OLEG MARSHEV. The British music magazine “The Gramophone” reviewed Oleg Marshev’s recording of Prokofiev music as “one of the most authoritative and impassioned performances on disc so far”. His interpretation of the “War” trilogy being recently awarded the prestigious accolade “Classic CD Choice” against such competitors as Richter, Berman, Ashkenazy.
Born in Baku, former USSR, OLEG MARSHEV trained with Valentina Aristova at the Gnesin School for Highly Gifted Children and with Mikhail Voskresensky at the Moscow Conservatory where he completed his Performance Doctorate in 1988 gaining the Diploma with Honor. Marshev is thus a direct representative of the fifth generation of Russian pianism since Liszt, through Alexander Siloti, Konstantin Igumnov and Voskresensky’s teacher, Lev Oborin. Resident in Italy since 1991, Marshev has received awards in several international piano competitions in Canada, Italy, Portugal, Spain, USA, including 4 first prizes. The illustrious competition victories have confirmed the artist’s reputation as one of the most talented Russian pianists of his generation.
1991 saw his New York debut with a highly acclaimed recital at the Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall. The following year he appeared at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw which led to other invitations to perform at this prestigious hall. Since then he has performed throughout the world from Canada to New Zealand, performing with such orchestras as London Philharmonic and appearing at such important venues and festivals as Wigmore-Hall of London, "A.B. Michelangeli Festival" of Brescia-Bergamo, Italy, Ruhr Klavier Festival, Germany, Festival at Roque d’Antheron in France.
Alongside his concert engagements, Oleg gives masterclasses in many different countries and is a Professor at the Anton Bruckner University in Linz, Austria.
Oleg Marshev’s first recording project was the complete original works for solo piano by Prokofiev (5 CDs) for Danacord Records. He has since recorded over 35 CDs for the same label, featuring works by Schubert, Brahms, Strauss, Rubinstein, Rachmaninov and others. He has made the world premier recording of Emil von Sauer’s complete piano music in 6 volumes. Another result of the artist’s abiding interest in little-known or forgotten music is a recording of Danish romantic piano concertos in 4 CDs. Oleg Marshev is probably the first pianist ever to have recorded the complete works for piano and orchestra by the great Russian Four - Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev and Shostakovich. In July 2014 two releases came out - Chopin - Complete works for piano and orchestra in two CDs and Mendelssohn - Complete works for piano and orchestra in four CDs.
All Marshev’ recordings have been received to widespread critical acclaim by leading international publications. His Shostakovich Concerti disc was reviewed thus by BBC Music magazine: “Marshev a phenomenon - master of every mood from strip-cartoon crispness to thundering monster, but above all a controlling sensibility of intelligence and feeling”.
SIMONE PEDRONI. Mr. Pedroni was born in Novara, Italy: he graduated from Milan’s Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in 1990 and in 1995 he took his Master degree at Accademia Pianistica “Incontri col Maestro” in Imola-Italy, where he studied with Lazar Berman, Franco Scala and Piero Rattalino.
After being awarded the Second prize at the Arthur Rubinstein Piano Competition in Tel-Aviv, and the First prize at the Queen Sonja Piano Competition in Oslo, on June 6, 1993, at age 24, he was named theâ€¯Gold Medalistâ€¯of theâ€¯Ninthâ€¯Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
His international engagements have included the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra withâ€¯Sir Yehudi Menuhin, the Moscow Virtuosi withâ€¯Vladimir Spivakov, the Orchestra of Maggio Musicale – Florence withâ€¯Zubin Mehta, the RAI Orchestra – Turin withâ€¯Eliahu Inbal, the Oslo Philharmonic withâ€¯Pinchas Steinberg, I Musici of Montreal withâ€¯Yuli Turovsky, the Orchestra Giovanile Italiana on tour in South America withâ€¯Roberto Abbado, the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice with legendaryâ€¯Stanislav Skrowaczewski,â€¯theâ€¯Prague Chamber Orchestraâ€¯(on tour in U.S.A. includingâ€¯Avery Fisher Hall, New York), the Orchestra Sinfonicaâ€¯I Pomeriggi Musicaliâ€¯(withAldo Ceccato), the Santa Cecilia Orchestra of Rome, the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, the Belgium National Orchestra, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, the Orquesta de Valencia and the Orquesta Nacional de España – Madrid.
Asâ€¯Artist in residenceâ€¯at the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano “G. Verdi”, Mr. Pedroni has performed with conductors such asâ€¯Leonard Slatkinâ€¯(Brahmsâ€¯Piano Concerto n.2),â€¯Riccardo Chaillyâ€¯(the unusualâ€¯Piano Concerto n.1â€¯of romantic italian composer Giuseppe Martucci and Beethovenâ€¯Choral fantasy op.80),â€¯Gianandrea Nosedaâ€¯(Beethovenâ€¯5 Piano Concerti),â€¯Lous Langréeâ€¯(TchaikovskyPiano Concerto n.1),â€¯Lu Jaâ€¯(Schumannâ€¯Piano Concerto),â€¯Juanjo Menaâ€¯(Messiaenâ€¯Turangalila Symphonie),â€¯Xian Zhangâ€¯(Beethovenâ€¯Choral Fantasyâ€¯at Teatro alla Scala and theâ€¯original versionofâ€¯Tchaikovskyâ€¯Piano Concerto n.1).
His recital appearances have included the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, the Carnegie Hall in New York, the Herkules Saal in Munich, the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, the Quirinale in Rome, the Filharmonia Narodowa in Warsav, The Settimane Musicali of Stresa, the Salle Gaveau in Paris, The Prague Spring Festival, the Palau de la Musica of Valencia, the Festival de Música de Canarias, the Delft Chamber Music Festival – Holland, the Festival de Menton, Bonn, Berlin, Hannover, Lisbon Athens, Istanbul, Montecarlo, Tel-Aviv and many others in U.S.A. and in Japan.
He performed several times Bach’sâ€¯Goldberg Variationsâ€¯for the 250th anniversary of the composer death: among them at the Teatro de la Maestranza of Seville, at the Auditorium of Milan.
In June 2009 he made his debut with great success at the Parco della Musica in Rome, withVladimir Ashkenazyâ€¯conducting the Santa Cecilia Orchestra.
Recent engagementsâ€¯includes his debut in Beijing – China (Recital and Masterclass at China Conservatory International Piano Festival), a Japan-tour playing Bachâ€¯Golberg Variations, several performances of Martucci’sâ€¯Piano Concerto in D minorâ€¯in Lugano with the Orchestra della Radio della Svizzera Italianaâ€¯conducted byâ€¯James Gaffiganâ€¯and on a Spain-tour with Orchestra Sinfonica di Milanoâ€¯conducted byâ€¯Oleg Caetani,â€¯Rachmaninoffâ€¯Piano Concerto n.2â€¯in Trondheim-Norway and Brahmsâ€¯Piano Concerto n.1â€¯in Milan withâ€¯Aldo Ceccato, a recording of Respighiâ€¯Piano Concerto in a minorâ€¯with Orchestra della Radio Svizzera Italiana withâ€¯Antonello Manacorda, performances of Nino Rota’s Piano Concertosâ€¯Piccolo mondo antico,â€¯Concerto Soiréeâ€¯andâ€¯Don Giovanni Fantasyâ€¯in Milan with Giuseppe Gazioli andâ€¯theâ€¯World-Premiereâ€¯ofâ€¯Luis Bacalovâ€¯Piano Concertoâ€¯written for Mr.Pedroni and the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano “G. Verdi” with M° Bacalov conducting.
For Philips Classics Mr. Pedroni has issued a live recording with works by Mussorgsky, Rachmaninoff and Hindemith, for U.I.O.G.D. the recital “Simone Pedroni Live in Concert” recorded live during his Japan, U.S.A. and Spain tours. For “La Bottega Discantica (â€¯www.discantica.itâ€¯)â€¯Bach’sGoldberg Variationsâ€¯andâ€¯ an album with works of Liszt. For LOLProductionsâ€¯(â€¯www.lolproductions.it)â€¯Pictures at an exhibitionâ€¯by Mussorgsky, works by Arvo Pärt, a recital entirely devoted to Schubert’s lastâ€¯Piano Sonata D.960â€¯andâ€¯Six Songsâ€¯arranged for piano by Franz Liszt andâ€¯theâ€¯Solo Recital.
For DECCA Mr. Pedroni has just recorded Nino Rota’s Piano Concerto in mi “Piccolo mondo antico” with LaVerdi Orchestra conducted by Giuseppe Grazioli.
All recordings of Mr. Pedroni are avalilable on iTunes.