Letizia Michielon in recital - Teatro La Fenice


Letizia Michielon in recital

recital at Sale Apollinee
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Letizia Michielon in recital

(Sale Apollinee)

Venetian, she oversaw her artistic training with Maestro E. Bagnoli, under whose guidance she graduated with honors in 1986, just sixteen, at the “B.Marcello” Conservatory. He was replaced perfected with M. Type, K. Bogino, A. Jasinski, P. Masi and M. Mika. In 1984 he made his debut with a Lisztian recital at the “Wiener Saal” of the Salzburg Mozarteum, undertaking a concert career at a very young age. Winner of numerous national competitions (including the Venice Prize and the “A. Speranza” Prize of Taranto) and international (including “C.Zecchi” of Rome, which also won the press prize unanimously, Bachauer 1994 preselections and 1998 and Diapason d’oro di Sanremo), Bayreuth fellow and at the G. Cini Foundation of Venice, Steinway artist, held recitals in Europe, Canada and the United States playing for prestigious sales, including Mozarteum in Salzburg, Schönberg Center in Vienna , Liszt Saal of the University of Music in Vienna, Auditorium of the Kunstuniversität of Graz, Dreikönigskirche in Dresden, Casal del Metge in Barcelona, ​​Epinal Theater, Warsaw Chopin Academy, BKA Theater in Berlin, Mozart Hall in Bratislava, Abravanel Hall of Bratislava Salt Lake City (Utah), Pollock Hall of Montreal, University of New York, La Fenice Theater of Venice, Conservatory “G. Verdi “of Milan, Olympic Theater of Vicenza in the framework of the Musical Weeks, Teatro dell’Opera of the Casino of Sanremo, Teatro” G. Verdi “and Teatro Miela of Trieste. He is realizing in Venice, Bologna and Trieste the complete Sonatas and main piano works of L.v. Beethoven, series of previous recitals of introductions dedicated to German New Humanism


Frédéric Chopin
Deux Nocturnes op. 27

4 Mazurcas op. 24

Valse op. 64 n. 2


Letizia Michielon
L’in nito sorriso delle onde… (2012) in tribute to Luigi Nono


Pierre Boulez
Sigle Douze Notations


Ludwig van Beethoven
Grande Sonata Pathétique No 8 in c minor op. 13

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