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Teaching Dates 
July 15 - 19

Teaching Languages
English, French, Italian, Spanish

Maurizio Moretti, pianist and orchestra conductor, is one of the Italian musicians which over the last years have gained great esteem in the international scene.

Throughout his career, spanning more than two decades, Maurizio Moretti has performed in the most famous European concert halls and has had regular tours in France, Spain, Germany, Austria and East Europe, with the most praised orchestras including ConcertGebouw Kammer Orkester, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Philharmonic of Moscow, Philharmonic Orchestra of Praga, I Solisti del Teatro alla Scala, Soloist of Moscow with Yuri Bashmet, Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, Orchestra Toscanini dell’Emilia Romagna, Stockholm Chamber Orchestra, Philarmonique de Grenoble, Philarmonie der Nationen, Orchestra Filarmonica de Caracas, Frankfurt Staats Philharmonie, Orchestre de Cannes, Orchestre National de Lille, Filarmonica di Montecarlo, Finnish National Orchestra, Budapest Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Nacional do Porto, Pan Asia Symphony Hong Kong.

He has worked with conductors such as Peter Maag (his orchestra Concuction professor) Justus Frantz, Saulius Sondeskis, Yuri Bashmet, Jean Claude Casadesus, Philippe Bender, André Bernard, Piero Bellugi, Marc Tardue, Jan Talich, Maxim Schostakovic, Woldemar Nellson, Patrick Gallois, Carlos Riazuelo and many more.

He has performed chamber music with Martinu Quartet of Praga, Amazonia Quartet, Ysaye Quartet, the pianist Gabriel Tacchin , Solisti della Scala, Solisti di Perugia.

His concerts in festivals, such as Menton Festival, Le Nuit de Suquet a Cannes, Festival Casals a Prades, Lille Piano Festival, Montecarlo, Hamburg Musikhalle, Konzerthaus Berlin, Festival Musical di Coimbra, Serate Musicali di Milano, Società del Quartetto di Vercelli, Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza, Teatro Real di Malaga, Auditorio Nacional de Musica di Madrid, Teatro de la Maestranza de Sevilla, Stuttgart Maarmor Saal, Vilnius Piano festival, Festivals de Arles, Gesteig di Monaco di Baviera, Konzerthaus Wien, have always received complimentary critiques.

Born in Cagliari, he studied with Ida Allegretto at his home town Conservatory, and continued his formative career perfecting his art in the Parisian school of the great Aldo Ciccolini, who has written about him : "an extraordinary rhythmical vitality, a special inborn musical treatment of sound and a great technical capacity characterize his pianism. He is surely one of the most talented and original exponents of Italian pianism".

He teaches piano in the Conservatorio di musica of Cagliari, and has been Guest Professor at Millikin University of Illinois (USA). He is Masterclass teacher at the distinguished Hochshule fuer Musik F. Liszt of Weimar in Germany, at the Academy Music of Vilnius and at the Conservatorio Superiore del Liceu of Barcelona. He has been invited several times as instructor for the Kusatsu Academy in Japan. Currently he is piano professor at pretigious Schola Cantorum of Paris.

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