Giosue De Vincenti Pianist from Italy

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Giosuè De Vincenti was born in 1985 and he has won more than 15 awards in national and international piano competitions, including the First prize at the International Piano Competition of Brest (France), “Vincenzo Scaramuzza” of Crotone (Italy) and “Jovens Solistas” Braga (Portugal).

He studied in Italy with Angelo Guido and Rodolfo Rubino at the Conservatory of Music “S. Giacomantonio” of Cosenza (Italy), where he graduated in piano in 2006 with highest honors, and the Master Degree in 2009 with honors and honorable mention.

In 2015 he also obtained other Master degree in piano performance at the University of Minho in Braga (Portugal) where he studied with Luís Pipa. He is currently PhD student in Performance at the University of Aveiro (Portugal).

He has also studied with Boris Petrushansky and Boris Bektherev.

In 2012 he premiered works of Thomas Eurico de Lima at the Vila Flor Cultural Centre of Guimarães (Portugal) as part of “Guimarães 2012 European Capital of Culture”. These works were oversaw and review by Giosuè and were published by Ava Musical Edition Lisbon.

He has performed as a soloist the First Concerto for Piano and Orchestra by F. Liszt and Rhapsody in Blue by G. Gershwin, conducted by Vitor Matos and José Ricardo Freitas. To date he has performed in Italy, Portugal, France and United States, as a soloist and in chamber ensembles with Leonardo Feroleto (Horn of Rome Opera Orchestra in Italy), Rupprecht Dress (Main Trumpet of Weimar Orchestra in Germany), Carlos Ferreira (clarinet orchestra Concertgebouw in Amsterdam in the Netherlands).

He is assistant teacher at the University of Minho in Braga in Portugal, where he currently lives.

In 2016, he was one of the 33 pianists selected for the prestigious Liszt International Piano Competition in Budapest (Hungary).

He is the author of the book “O repertório como fator de motivação no estudo básico do piano” (in Portuguese) published by NEA (2016).

 

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