Our teaching staff is comprised of highly skilled professionals with years of experience in teaching. You can read about each of them and learn more about their background and experience, their area of expertise and teaching methods.
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Stefania Pigozzo (b.Pordenone, Italy 1992) began her music education as a child with Professor Lucia Grizzo. She continued her studies with the same Professor at the Scuola di Musica Pietro Edo in her hometown, while also attending advanced classes with Professor Marian Mika. She graduated cum laude at the age of 16 from the Conservatorio Polini in Padova. She was subsequently admitted to the ‘Biennio a indirizzo Interpretativo” programme at Conservatorio Monteverdi in Bolzano as the student of Professor Davide Cabassi, graduating with honours in 2014. Stefania also holds an MA in Music Pegadogy from the Conservatorio del la Svizzera (Lugano, Switzerland), where she studied with Professor Sandro D’Onofrio. In September 2016, she was admitted to Koninklijk Conservatorium in Den Haag where she studied with Professor Ellen Corver. She graduated from the Royal Conservatiore’s Masters Programme in July 2019.
Stefania has taken part in numerous national and international competitions. She has received more than 20 first prizes and first overall prizes, with honourable mentions by the jury (Concorso Nazionale Citta di Ortona, Concorso Nazionale Citta di Cesenatico, Concorso Nazionale Musica in Luce in Milano, Concorso Internazionale Citta di Occhiobello (RO), Concorso Internazionale Citta di Tolmezzo, International Music Competition in Trieste, Concorso Nazionale Citta di Feltre (BL), Concorso Nazionale Citta di Piove di Sacco (PD), Concorso Internazionale Citta di Padova, Concorso Nationale di Castiglione delle Stiviere (MN), Concorso Nazionale Gradus ad musicum Certamen in Lastra a Signa (FL) and more. She has also won the prestigious Pia Baschiera-Tallon Foundation’ Scholarship in Pordenone, Italy and in 2007, as part of the celebrations for the local Cultural Association’s 60″ anniversary, where she was honoured with an award for outstanding results in her music career.
Stefania made her orchestral debut at 13 years of age, playing Mozart’s H414 Concerto conducted by Maestro Nicoletta Fenati, & has since has given regular recitals including Festivals, International Competitions and for causes such as UNICEF. Stefania has taken part in numerous Master Classes with many prestigious pianists including Aldo Ciccolini, Bruno Canino, Paolo Bordoni, Benedetto Lupo, Riccardo Risatiti, Giorgio Lovato, Igor Tcetuev, Tatiana Larionova, and is happy to share her insights and knowledge with both young & adult pupils of all levels.