Angelo Nasuto

Sunday September 8, 2024 @ 15h00

Angelo Nasuto graduated from the “Niccolò Piccinni” Conservatory in Bari with top honors and special mentions in Piano. His musical education extended further through mentorship from world-renowned pianists, such as Pasquale Iannone, Antonio Pompa – Baldi and others.

His list of accolades includes victories in international competitions like the “Annarosa Taddei 2014” Award, 94th Concours International Leopold Bellan in Paris, I International Harpsichord Competition Wanda Landowska and others. He has also received notable awards, including the “Aldo Ciccolini Award” for his “outstanding pianism” and the “Talents of Capitanata in the World” Award for their international accomplishments.

Mr Nasuto has performed in music festivals worldwide, including the Roma3 Orchestra Festival, Gaber Theater in Cosenza for the “Antonio Vivaldi Festival, Beethoven ACAM Society in Crotone, “Città di Viterbo” Piano Festival and others. He has also expanded his horizons with international experiences in America, Austria and Spain.

As a soloist, he has shared the stage with orchestras like the Bacau Mihail Jora Philharmonic, Cosenza Symphony Orchestra and Sanremo Symphony Orchestra with esteemed conductors. Notably, they have recorded pieces with Maestro Piotr Lachert for piano duet and a 40-piano orchestra, resulting in a video-musical production. He also contributed to a triple boxed set for the “Digressione Music” record label and released an album with the Trio Manfredi, exploring works by Milhaud, Stravinsky, Khachaturian, and Menotti.

In 2022, he showcased their versatility by authoring a book on romantic poetry and Hungarian virtuosity, followed by another volume on effective music and piano learning methodologies. Furthermore, he has explored organ and organ composition studies and performed in prestigious venues, including the Vatican’s San Pietro Church.



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Franz Schubert: Piano Sonata D. 784

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