Alberto Boischio Plays Beethoven

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1 Piano Sonata n8 in C minor, op13 Path 09:01 88/24 Album only
2 Piano Sonata n8 in C minor, op13 Path 04:39 88/24 Album only
3 Piano Sonata n8 in C minor, op13 Path 04:24 88/24 Album only
4 Piano Sonata n13 in E flat major, op27 n1 - Andante Allegro Tempo I 05:13 88/24 Album only
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8 Piano Sonata n14 in C sharp minor, op27 n2 Moonlight - Adagio sostenuto 06:11 88/24 Album only
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10 Piano Sonata n14 in C sharp minor, op27 n2 Moonlight - Presto agitato 07:53 88/24 Album only

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Alberto Boischio, graduated Summa Cum Laude at Conservatory C. Pollini of Padua with G. Di Toma, has attended perfectioning courses with Gyorgy Sandor, Aquiles DelleVigne, Joaquin Achucarro, Piernarciso Masi, Dario de Rosa and was admitted to the International Ecole de Piano of Losanna directed by Fausto Zadra under whose guide he specialized in three years. First prize in national and international music competitions he has been regularly engaged to concert seasons in Italy and abroad as a solist, solist with orchestra and in particular with chamber ensemble. He has collaborated with several conductors as Gustav Kuhn, Eliahu Inbal, Jeffrey Tate, Renato Palumbo, Myun Wung Chung. He has worked with singers such as Renato Bruson, Giusi Devinu, Marco Berti, Barbara Frittoli, Juan Pons, Martina Serafin, Walter Fraccaro, Stephan Genz, Stefan Finke, Carmela Remigio, Carmen Giannattasio, Arthur Rucinsky, Gregory Kunde and many others. From 2005 to 2007 he was Musical Stage Director for La Bohème, Don Giovanni and Rigoletto at the Teatro Guaira of Curitiba (Brazil) and also at the Teatro Comunale of Adria in 2009 with the productions of Il Barbiere di Seviglia, Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci, collaborating with tenor Giuseppe Giacomini. He has been seeing also as solist at the Teatro Guaira, performing Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G Major and Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on Theme of Paganini with the Paranà Symphony Orchestra directed by Alessandro Sangiorgi. Since 2006 he collaborates with the quintet Triestango performing in Italy, Croatia, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay. With the soprano Tatiana Aguiar researches and discloses European and South American Chamber Music. The Duo recently performed at the Teatro La Fenice in the Festival “Lo Spirito e la Musica di Venezia”. Alberto Boischio collaborates with the Teatro La Fenice in Venice from 2008 as Collaborative Pianist.

Currently he is Professor of Piano Accompaniment and Vocal Practice at the “Antonio Buzzolla” Conservatory in Adria.


24bit/88.2 kHz digital recording made LIVE-IN-STUDIO at San Giacomo Spazio d'Arte, Italy, on October 3rd, 2015

Production: Velut Luna

Executive Producer: Marco Lincetto

Recording Engineers: Marco Lincetto and Cristiano Zatta

Editing Engineer: Michele Sartor

Mix and Mastering Engineer: Marco Lincetto

Musical Assistant: Matteo Boischio

Photo: Marco Lincetto

Graphics and Layout: L'Image

 

Alberto Boischio plays on Steinway & Sons D274 Concert Grandpiano granted by Zin, Padova and prepared by Adriano Zin.