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Maurizio Baglini

Maurizio Baglini

Maurizio Baglini, visionary pianist with a taste for musical challenges, has an intense international concert career as soloist and chamber musician. Winner of the World Music Piano Master of Monte Carlo at the age of 24, he regularly performs at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Teatro alla Scala of Milan, Teatro San Carlo of Naples, Salle Gaveau of Paris, Kennedy Center of Washington and he is guest of prestigious festivals like La Roque d’Anthéron, Yokohama Piano Festival, Australian Chamber Music Festival, International piano festival of Bergamo and Brescia. His wide record production for Decca/Universal includes music by Liszt, Brahms, Schubert, Scarlatti, Mussorgsky and Schumann, of whom he is recording the complete piano works.

He has created the innovative Web Piano project, through the collaboration with the visual artist Giuseppe Andrea L'Abbate.

Founder and artistic director of the Amiata Piano Festival, he is artistic consultant of Teatro Verdi of Pordenone.

He is the dedicatee of Tre Quadri, Concerto for piano and orchestra by Francesco Filidei, which he performed with the Rai NSO conducted by Tito Ceccherini in a world premiere streamed on Rai Cultura, Rai Radio3, EuroRadio and broadcasted on Rai5 in November 2020. In September 2021 Baglini and Ceccherini performed Tre Quadri, once again with the Rai NSO, as a world premiere, this time with an audience, at Teatro alla Scala of Milan for the Milano Musica Festival.

In 2022 he performed at the Ravenna Festival opening night with Daniel Harding and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.

In 2019 he was nominated Honorary Member of the Aiarp, the Italian Association of Piano Tuners and Repairers.

He plays a Fazioli grand piano.

Languages spoken: Italian, French and English


Photo credit: Davide Cerati

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