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Francesca Amato

Francesca Amato has been conducting an intense concert activity for years, performing both as a solist and as part of chamber ensembles guest in major Festivals: Festival International de Musique Symphonique (Algeri National Theatre), Festival Opus Artis (Paris), Festival Musique et Patrimonie en Vienne et Gartempe (France), Festiwalu Miedzynarodowego Muzyki, International Music Festival K. Jamroz and Lake Como Festival, Southern Oregon University in Ashland (Oregon, USA), Stagione Musicale Mendrisio and AMIC (Lugano – Swiss), Mantova Musica (Teatro Bibiena), Musiksaal of the University of Cologne, Forum des Cordeliers and Centre Culturel Aerospatial of Toulouse, Great Hall of the Italian Cultural Institute of Vienna, Bulgaria Chamber Music Hall of Sofia, Stadthalle of Unna (Germany),Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace) in Venice, Circolo degli Artisti of Turin…

She also performed in four-hand piano formation with the San Remo Symphony Orchestra and in two pianos ensemble in Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle and Mozart’s concerto, with the Świętokrzyska Filharmony in Kielce (Poland)

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She received a three-year diploma in chamber music with highest honors from the International Piano Academy of Imola under the guidance of Pier Narciso Masi and she has recorded a CD titled “Meravigliose sofferenze” (“Wonderful sufferings”) dedicated to piano four-hands music composed by Schubert, Schumann and Brahms. 

Francesca Amato began studying piano at the age of nine with Giampiero Semeraro, under whose guidance she graduated with highest honors from the “G.Frescobaldi” Conservatory of Ferrara. Winner of numerous national and international piano competitions and scholarships, she continued her training by specializing at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole with Maria Tipo and at the Scuola Superiore Internazionale di Musica da Camera di Duino with the Trio di Trieste.

Subsequently, he obtained a second-level degree in concert music with highest honors from the Conservatorio “G. Puccini” in La Spezia.