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Andrea Bonatta

 

Andrea Bonatta

ANDREA BONATTA was born in Bolzano. Major influences in his musical development were studies with Paul Badura-Skoda in Vienna, Nikita Megaloff in Geneva, Stefan Askenase in Bonn and Wilhelm Kempf in Positano. He has given concerts all around the world. Most recent recitals includes Rome, Berlin, Moscow, Prague, Shanghai, Beijing and Paris.

 

He has recorded on CD Brahms' complete works for piano as well as several other CD's dedicated to Liszt and Schubert, getting top critical reviews: Choc/Le Monde de la Musique; ffff/Telèrama, best CD of the year/Neue Musikzeitung. His book on Brahms' piano work is considered a milestone in this field and has already been translated into German.

 

Andrea Bonatta has been several years the Artistic Director and Chairman of the jury of the International "F. Busoni" Piano Competition, has created the "F. Busoni" International Piano Festival and has been the Vice President of the World Federation of International Music Competitions of Geneva.

 

Andrea Bonatta is now the Artistic Adviser of the “Franz Liszt” Competition in Utrecht. He is Honorary Professor at the Shanghai Conservatory as well as founder and director of the Piano Academy-Eppan.

 

He is often a member of the jury at the most important international competitions, also as president of the jury (Bolzano, Weimar, Vercelli, Utrecht, Dortmund, Terni, Pretoria, Ettlingen, Moscow, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Xiamen, Seoul, Taipei, Hilton Haed, Bydgoszcz, Cleveland, Zürich, Tokyo). He very much likes chamber music and has played as a duet with pianists such as Paul Badura-Skoda and Valentin Gheorghiu or violinists like Domenico Nordio or Sergei Krylov.

 

Andrea Bonatta gave masterclasses in Tokyo, Shanghai, Peking, London, Prag, Utrecht, Melbourne, Montepulciano, Seoul, Forth Wort, Hannover and many others.

 

Besides his activity as a soloist, he recently started a very successful activity as a conductor, conducting Concertos from the piano as well as great symphonic works (first Brahms Symphony) with orchestras such as Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra del Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza and Suwon Philharmonic Orchestra (Seoul).

 

 

 

 

 

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