Sergio Marchegiani

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“Sergio Marchegiani, his nature and reasoning in front of the piano […] will perceive to leave melancholy sublimated with extraordinary abilities and with extreme caution […]”; It has owed critics such as, Berliner Morgenpost, Wolfgang Schultz, who commented on the Italian pianist in 1999 in Berlin, at the prestigious Meistersaal in Potsdamer Platz; that made him return to the German capital in 2000 and 2001 to participate in the “Kammermusikfestival am Gendarmenmarkt”.

Sergio Marchegiani was born in Alessandria, where he began studying piano at the age of six and where he won the “Premio Volta” at 17 years old. He studied at the Conservatory “A. Vivaldi “in his hometown, he graduated with highest honors in 1990, under the direction of Giuseppe Binasco (student of Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli and Alfred Cortot). From 1990 to 1994, he was perfected with Ilonka Deckers and in Milan with Küszler (great Hungarian master heir direct of the piano teacher of the Franz Liszt School and musicians like A. Lonquich, Enrica Cavallo and Annie Fischer). He continued his studies with Suoi With Ile Marian Mika, Polish pianist of the Paderewski School, with whom he has particularly deepened in the study of Chopin’s music. Alexander Lonquich and Bruno Canino also contributed to its improvement.

An intense concert activity in the main Italian cities and more prestigious endorses it. Concerts such as: Great Hall of the Conservatory of Turin, the Reggio Emilia R. Valli Theater, Bibiena Theater of Mantua, the Puccini Hall of the Conservatory of Milan, the Lirico Theater of Cagliari, Villa Rufolo in Ravello.

Nowadays it gives concerts all over the world (Austria, Germany, Holland, Belgium, England, France, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Czech Republic, Russia, United States, Mexico, Korea, Singapore, Australia), in music capitals such as, for Vienna, Berlin, Prague, Munich, Oslo, Moscow, Stockholm, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Seoul, Singapore and Adelaide … In New York (2001) he performed in the great hall of prestigious Carnegie Hall, Auditorium Stern , accompanied by the New York Symphonic Ensemble Orchestra.

He also had his debut as a soloist with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, the Sinfonietta Orchestra Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, the “Camerata del Prado” Orchestra, the Turin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Guido Cantelli Orchestra of Milan and the Orquesta de Cámara Europa Reino orchestra.

He has recorded for Rai – Radio3, for the Russian cultural network TVC and for the dynamic label.

His solo activity combined with a passion for chamber music, he has collaborated with musicians and chamber groups such as the Moscow Soloists Quartet, violinist Mikhail Bereznitskij, violas Anton Jaroshenko and Adrian Pînzaru and Bochmann quartet with ile …

For years, Sergio Marchegiani has collaborated with the composer Alberto Colla, who made him his main interpreter and is now the lead singer of many solo pieces, his chamber music and the orchestra of the famous composer.

“Sergio Marchegiani was an extraordinary performer of Colla Music, technique, and impeccable style.” (Alberto Cima in La Provincia).

He is also invited to participate in several international competitions as a jury, and is Master of numerous Masterclasses and courses both nationally and abroad.