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Carlo Palese

BIOGRAPHY

President of “Livornoclassica” and Artistic Director of Livorno Piano Competition, and professor at Conservatoire “Luigi Boccherini” in Lucca.

Carlo Palese obtained his Diploma in piano at the Conservatoire “L. Boccherini” in Lucca, summa cum laude and honorable mention. 

He then studied for a period of time with  Maria Tipo and, for some years, under the guidance of Pietro Rigacci. Subsequently, he was the student of Aquiles delle Vigne, obtaining the Diplome Superieur d’Execution at the Ecole Normale de Musique “A. Cortot” in Paris. He has also worked with the teacher and musicologist Piero Rattalino upon various aspects of musical performance and piano repertoire. He has attended masterclass with Jean Fassina, Murray Perahia and others.

During these years he wins several prizes in important national and International Piano Competitions (Viotti-Valsesia, Rome, Milano, Caltanissetta, Treviso,Torrefranca prize, Taranto, Udine, Marsala among others). In 1992 he gets the second prize at Cincinnati World Piano Competition.

VIDEO/SERIES

Alexander Scriabin Etude Op. 8 No 2

Carlo Palese plays Alexander Scriabin Etude Op. 8 No 2 at Miami International Piano Festival Academy in NOVA Southeastern University, 2019.

Bachianas Brasileiras n. 4 - II Choral

Carlo Palese plays Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras n. 4 - II Choral (Canto do Sertao)

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