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Name: Alberto Boischio
Skills: Accompanist, Soloist, Teacher (pianist - teacher)
Phone: +39 49693115
Fax: +39 49693115
Address: via Giovanni Falcone, 21, Padova 35142, Italy
Links: E-mail
Alberto Boischio, graduated Summa Cum Laude at Conservatory C. Pollini of Padua with G. Di Toma, has attended perfectioning courses with Gyorgy Sandor, Aquiles DelleVigne, Joaquin Achucarro, Piernarciso Masi, Dario de Rosa and was admitted to the International Ecole de Piano of Losanna directed by Fausto Zadra under whose guide specialized in three years. From 1989 to 1992 he has been regularly invited to concert seasons in Switzerland and Spain as a solist, solist with orchestra (execution of Mozart’s four concertos for piano and strings, recording live of KV 449) and in particular with chamber ensemble (integral execution of violin sonates of Beethoven and Brahms and most important sonates of romantic and modern peiod and in trio with violoncello all trios of Mozart and Beethoven and greatest romantic trios.). In 1993 he collaborated as a pianist for "Macerata Opera" for the making of The Marriage of Figaro with Barbara Frittoli and Rigoletto with Renato Bruson and Giusi Devinu and the direction of Gustav Kuhn. In 1994, with a pianistic duo, he won a scholarship at Chigiana Academy in the course given by Joaquin Achucarro, winner of 2nd prize at "Città di Gussago" piano competition and first prize at the European Piano Competition "Città di Moncalieri". From 1991 in duo with the violinist Stefano Furini he has been present in various concert seasons in Italy and Europe recieveng vast public and critic consent and obtaining in 1995 the first prize to the chamber music competition "F. Schubert" in Ovada (To). In 1996 with Furini and the violoncellista Jacopo Francini has founded the Trio Rachmaninoff which won the first prize at the international chamber music competition "Città di Pinerolo. Regularly engaged in solistic and cameristic activity, in 2000, with a concert at the course of improvement at Riva Del Garda, he begins a collaboration with Domenico Nordio and Alessandro Carbonare which has concluded with an important record recording in 2001. In February 2003 he recorded records the 24 Preludes op. 37 of Ferruccio Busoni and other rarities in first execution published by the prestigious specialized magazine CD Classics.

Discography: - Mendelssohn, conc. for piano, violin and strings (vl. S. Furini), Azzurra Music - 1995 - Albeniz, Recuerdos de Viaje (first recording), Lincetto, Schizzi per pf., Velut Luna - 1998 - Chopin, antology (150° anniversary), Sicut Sol – 1999 - Grieg, works for piano vol. I, Velut Luna - Garcia Lorca-Albeniz, Lyrics for canto and piano., Songs from Spain op. 232 for piano, Velut Luna - Bartok, Contrasts, Stravinsky, Histoire du Soldat, Lincetto, Fantasia (violin and viola Domenico Nordio, clarinet Alessandro Carbonare), Velut Luna - 2001 - Ferruccio Busoni, 24 Preludes op. 37 for piano and other rarities, Velut Luna - 2003



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