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MONTI AND BIANCO PIANO DUO BIO

NAME Monti & Bianco Piano Duo
CATEGORY Music
BIRTHPLACE Naples, Italy
BIRTHDATE 13/03/1981
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Monti & Bianco Piano Duo

Monti & Bianco Piano Duo

Monti & Bianco Piano Duo

Monti & Bianco Piano Duo

Monti & Bianco Piano Duo

Monti & Bianco Piano Duo

 

EDUCATION In June 2009, they received the Biennial DIPLOMA (2007/2009) in Academy Mastery for Musicians with M° Pier Narciso Masi at the Academy of Music of Florence and in the same month they were admitted at the Hochschule fur Musik und Theater in Munich where they are studying with the renowned Tal – Groethuysen piano duo.In July 2011 the Duo received the “ Meisterklassediplom” at the Hochschule für Musik und Teather of Munich in the class of the Duo Tal – Groethuysen.
HONORS, AWARDS, MEMBERSHIPS From 2007 to 2012 they were winners of multiple National and International Competitions: Second Prize (1st not awarded) at the “ Città di Camerino ”Young Musicians’ Competition;
Absolute First Prize at the “Città di Bacoli” 13th Competition, piano four hands category;
In March 2008, they won the 2nd Prize (1st not awarded) at the 15th edition of the “ Giulio Rospigliosi” Competition , piano four hands category;In April 2009, they won 2nd prize at the 10th edition of the “Riviera Etrusca” ( Piombino) Competition, piano four hands category;In October 2009, they won the 2nd Prize (1st and 3rd not awarded) at the 19th International Piano Competition “Roma 2009”, piano fourhands category. In October 2011, they won the First Prize at the 21th International Piano Competition “Roma 2011”, two piano category.
In May 2012 the Duo won the Second Prize at the “Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition”- New York , Piano 4 Hands category.
BIOGRAPHY Federica Monti and Fabio Bianco’s partnership began in 2007, with the conferment with honours of the 2nd Level Academic Diploma in “Musical Disciplines” at the “S. Pietro a Majella” Music Conservatory in Naples.
They immediately gained positive approbation at exhibitions, festivals and music seasons, and at national and international concerts.
Their performances have always been distinguished for their refinement of interpretation, their fervor and freshness, and a brilliance and vigour brought to the language of chamber music which derives not just from musical experience, but also from a profound and intimate union.In a brief period of time they extended their repertoire, which ranges from Bach to contemporary music and it includes the most important compositions for piano 4 hands and for 2 pianos .
Since the beginning, however, the Duo has given particular importance to the discovery of important and fascinating works from the piano 4 hands repertory which have been unjustly forgotten , such as works by Carl Reinecke , Joseph Rheinberger , Hermann Goetz , Max Reger .
Throughout the years, the Duo has been appreciated for their brilliant technique , passion and intimacy , and for the remarkable quality of their sound .Recently , the Duo debuted in Munich of Bavaria in the Großen Konzertsaal of the Musikhochschule receiving critics and public successful , with programs for two pianos and piano 4 hands.
In February 2011 the Duo was invited to play in the prestigious “Klavier Festival” in Monaco of Bavaria with the rare performance of the Reinecke’ s Sonata op. 35 for piano 4 Hands .
In May 2011 , the Duo debuted in the “ Scarlatti Hall” at the Conservatory of Naples “ S. Pietro a Majella” with the Concert op.153 by C. Czerny for piano 4 hands and Orchestra.
In July 2012 the Duo was invited to play at the Klavier Marathon Rogaska ( Slovenia) in the famous Krystal Hall where Liszt played in 1846.
SOLO EXHIBITS The Duo Monti & Bianco is regularly invited to perform at Musical Season and Festival throughout Italy and Europe : Napoli , Roma ;Ravello ; Reggio Emilia ; Procida ; Ischia; Massa Marittima; Belluno ;Firenze; Piove di Sacco ; Pistoia; Sorrento; Gragnano ; Trieste ;
Barletta; Nuoro; Gaeta; Ercolano; Fondi; Lamezia Terme ; Formia ;Mantova ; Munich of Bavaria ; Grafelfing ( Munchen) ; Lugano ( Swiss ); Marina di Pietrasanta ; Mantova ; Torre del Greco; Crystal Hall Rogaska Slatina ( Slovenia)

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