The brothers Luciano and Daniele Boidi (Italy, ’96-’97), graduated the Piano Solo (2019) and the Chamber
Music (2021) Master cum Laude and Special Mention in L’Aquila (Italy).
In 2017 and 2018, they were placed among the 12 best Italian pianists. In 2019 their name appears in the list
of the excellent Italian and foreign groups in the Chamber Music section. In 2018, the brothers also received
the Premio Excellentissimus for the Best National Artistic Excellences.
The Boidi Piano Duo has been awarded the Laureate and the First Prize in Piano Duo and Chamber Music
sections in 25 competitions within Austria, Bosnia, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy,
Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Spain, Swiss, United Arab Emirates and USA (California). They also got the
Jury’s Special Prize at the Elite Musicians 2021 (Iasi), Four Notes Piano Competition 2021 (Abu Dhabi),
International Competition of Young Musicians – Zagreb 2021 (Zagreb). In this last occasion they have been
awarded the Special Award for the Best Performance for the Symphonique Poem “Mazeppa” by F. Liszt.
The Duo has been called to perform in several exhibitions, such as Tel Aviv Museum of Arts and Ben-Gurion
University (Israel), Internationale Sommerakademie Festival der MDW (Austria), Wakacje z Muzyka and
Silesian Music Summer Festival (Poland), The Radovljica Festival (Slovenia), Fondazione La Società dei
Concerti (Milan), Cremona Musica Festival – Yamaha&Bösendorfer Concert Series (Cremona); Auditorium
Parco della Musica (Rome), Diana Theatre (Naples), Portogruaro International Music Festival (Venice).
The brothers will release their first album with the KNS Label in 2022.
Following the results achieved during the period from 2017 to 2020, the Boidi Piano Duo received the
Honorary Merit from their Municipality (Preganziol – Treviso).

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