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Mariano Boglioli

Onderwijs: Piano, Clavecimbel, Orgel

Mariano Boglioli is a harpsichord player, piano player and choir conductor based in The Netherlands. Born in Argentina, he began his musical education studying organ and piano with Marisa Gianni and Norma Scarafía, respectively. He continued at the Universidad Nacional de Rosario (piano with Gabriel Scampino and choir conducting), Universidad Nacional de La Plata (choir and orchestra conducting) and Conservatorio Manuel de Falla (harpsichord), being part of the first generation of students at the first early music department in Latin America. His teachers there were Jorge Lavista (harpsichord) and Federico Ciancio (basso continuo). He moved to the Netherlands in 2012, where he finished his Master studies in harpsichord under the guide of Jacques Ogg and Patrick Ayrton. He participated actively in Master Classes by Luca Guglielmi, Dirk Boerner, Christophe Rousset, Kris Verhelst, Jordi Savall, Menno van Delft and Philippe Pierlot, among others. As a pianist he was member of the Orquesta Juvenil de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario, with which he performed in the most important theatres of Argentina (Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Teatro el Círculo from Rosario, etc). He also performed as a soloist with the Orquesta de Cámara Municipal de Rosario. Later he became the harpsichord and organ player of the Coro y Orquesta de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, performing mostly baroque opera and oratorio. He also was part of some chamber groups, and he created the Ensemble Fiori Musicali, which he conducted from the keyboard. He has been part of renowned ensembles such as La Compañía de las Luces (Buenos Aires), conducted by Marcelo Birman, specialized in baroque opera, including the recording of two CDs (David et Jonatas by M.A. Charpentier and Hipolyte et Aricie by J.P. Rameau). As a guest musician he performed several times with La Barroca del Suquía, baroque orchestra conducted by the violinist Manfredo Kraemer, either in orchestral projects as well as in chamber music concerts. He also participated in projects lead by Juan Manuel Quintana and Gabriel Garrido. He was invited to perform both as a soloist and as a chamber music player by the International Bach Festival of Gran Canaria (IBF), performing different programs with soloists and members of the Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest (Amsterdam), and members of the IBF Orchestra. He also collaborated with the ensemble Musica Temprana (The Netherlands), Orquesta Sinfónica de Rosario (Argentina), Orquesta Sinfónica de Córdoba (Argentina), Ensemble De Profundis (Uruguay), and many more. He was hired by the Conservatorio Manuel de Falla from Buenos Aires to work as co-repetitor for the singing lessons of Beatriz Moruja, position he kept until he moved to the Netherlands in 2012. He is regularly invited by the Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag to accompany master classes and auditions. He co-founded the ensemble Radio Antiqua (The Netherlands), winners of the first prize in the Göttingen Chamber Music Competition (Germany, 2014) and selected for the emerging program of the Festival d ́Ambronay (France), being main members of the Academie Baroque d ́Ambronay 2015, conducted by Enrico Onofri. He was also part of the Ensemble Le Voci delle Grazie, also selected for the above mentioned program. He also co-founded the ensembles L ́Armée des Amoureux and the ensemble La Pantomime. With these and other ensembles he has performed in the following festivals: Pavia Barocca and Grandezze e Meraviglie (Italy), Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik (Austria), Göttingen International Haendel Festival (Gemany), Utrecht Early Music Festival and Grachten Festival (The Netherlands), Vivat Curlandia (Latvia), Música por los Caminos del Vino and Festival Camino de las Estancias (Argentina), Festival d ́Ambronay (France), Seviqc Brežice Festival (Slovenia), among others. He is also an enthusiastic teacher with more than 15 years of experience. He has taught piano to students from age 5 to 80 years old. Lately he imparted instrumental lessons in several schools in Den Haag (De La Reyschool, Eloutschool, The European School of The Hague), and works for the Kunst Onderwijs Organizatie in Den Haag.

He has been part of renowned ensembles such as La Compañía de las Luces (Buenos Aires), conducted by Marcelo Birman, specialized in baroque opera, including the recording of two CDs (David et Jonatas by M.A. Charpentier and Hipolyte et Aricie by J.P. Rameau). As a guest musician he performed several times with La Barroca del Suquía, baroque orchestra conducted by the violinist Manfredo Kraemer, either in orchestral projects as well as in chamber music concerts. He also participated in projects lead by Juan Manuel Quintana and Gabriel Garrido. He was invited to perform both as a soloist and as a chamber music player by the International Bach Festival of Gran Canaria (IBF), performing different programs with soloists and members of the Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest (Amsterdam), and members of the IBF Orchestra. He also collaborated with the ensemble Musica Temprana (The Netherlands), Orquesta Sinfónica de Rosario (Argentina), Orquesta Sinfónica de Córdoba (Argentina), Ensemble De Profundis (Uruguay), and many more. He was hired by the Conservatorio Manuel de Falla from Buenos Aires to work as co-repetitor for the singing lessons of Beatriz Moruja, position he kept until he moved to the Netherlands in 2012. He is regularly invited by the Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag to accompany master classes and auditions. He co-founded the ensemble Radio Antiqua (The Netherlands), winners of the first prize in the Göttingen Chamber Music Competition (Germany, 2014) and selected for the emerging program of the Festival d ́Ambronay (France), being main members of the Academie Baroque d ́Ambronay 2015, conducted by Enrico Onofri. He was also part of the Ensemble Le Voci delle Grazie, also selected for the above mentioned program. He also co-founded the ensembles L ́Armée des Amoureux and the ensemble La Pantomime. With these and other ensembles he has performed in the following festivals: Pavia Barocca and Grandezze e Meraviglie (Italy), Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik (Austria), Göttingen International Haendel Festival (Gemany), Utrecht Early Music Festival and Grachten Festival (The Netherlands), Vivat Curlandia (Latvia), Música por los Caminos del Vino and Festival Camino de las Estancias (Argentina), Festival d ́Ambronay (France), Seviqc Brežice Festival (Slovenia), among others. He is also an enthusiastic teacher with more than 15 years of experience. He has taught piano to students from age 5 to 80 years old. Lately he imparted instrumental lessons in several schools in Den Haag (De La Reyschool, Eloutschool, The European School of The Hague), and works for the Kunst Onderwijs Organizatie in Den Haag.

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Alessandra Di Gennaro

Onderwijs: Piano

Alessandra werd in 1994 geboren in L’Aquila (Italië) en begon al vroeg piano te studeren onder leiding van haar vader. In 2005 trad ze toe in de klas van M°Elena Matteucci aan het Conservatorium van Muziek “Alfredo Casella” in L’Aquila, waar ze op twintigjarige leeftijd haar masterdiploma cum laude met volledige punten behaalde. Ze heeft de First Absolute Prize gewonnen in verschillende nationale pianowedstrijden, zoals de ‘Nationale wedstrijd van de Adriatische Zee’ (2008) en de ‘Magliano Sabina Nationale Competitie’ (2009). Ze nam deel aan masterclasses gehouden door internationaal beroemde pianisten: Kostantin Bogino, Boris Petrushansky, Franco Medori, Laura Pietrocini, Daniel Buranovsky, Ida Cernekà en Frantisek Pergler (van “Bratislava Academy of performing Arts”), Fausto Di Cesare, Ruta Riktere ( van “Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre” in Vilnius-Litouwen) en anderen. Ze gaf ook concerten als solist of in kamermuziekensembles voor veel instellingen en muziekverenigingen en kreeg de gelegenheid om op te treden in belangrijke concertzalen en theaters in Italië, zoals de “Sala Casella” van de Romeinse Filharmonische Academie in Rome, het Auditorium van “Accademia musicale Praeneste” in Rome, het “Auditorium del Parco” in L’Aquila, het Auditorium “Castello Orsini” in L’Aquila, het Auditorium “Diocleziano” in Lanciano, het “Manlio” Theater in Rome en het “Auditorium Gaber” in Milaan. Na de verwoestende aardbeving in april 2009 gaf ze talloze concerten ten gunste van de reconstructie van L’Aquila en ze trad ook op tijdens de inhuldiging van het nieuwe Conservatoriumgebouw in aanwezigheid van M ° Riccardo Muti. In september 2012 speelde ze als solist het Concerto voor twee piano’s en orkest K 365 van W.A. Mozart met het “Orchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese”.  In 2014 won ze een studiebeurs voor deelname aan het Erasmus-programma aan het Koninklijk Conservatorium in Den Haag, waar ze momenteel studeert onder begeleiding van Ellen Corver. Tijdens haar ervaring in Nederland had Alessandra de geweldige kans om samen te werken met musici van over de hele wereld, op te treden met het “Asko Schönberg” -ensemble, masterclasses bij te wonen onderwezen door David Kuyken, Kalman Drafi, Ronald Brautigam en te spelen in belangrijke concertzalen in Den Haag zoals de “Grote zaal” en de “Arnold schönbergzaal” van het Koninklijk Conservatorium.

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Laura Motta

Onderwijs: Piano, Klavecimbel & Fortepiano
Talen: Italiaans & Engels

Laura Motta began her piano studies at the age of 7, following on at the Conservatory “G.Nicolini” in Piacenza where she graduated in piano under the supervision of Cristina Frosini. After her initial piano degree she choose to study the harpsichord in order to explore and discover baroque to expand her historically informed knowledge of this particular repertiore. She attended both a Bachelor and Master (cum laude) at the Conservatory “G.Verdi” of Milano under the supervision of Laura Bertani, Maria Cecilia Farina and Giovanni Togni where she additionally attended several masterclass with Emilia Fadini, Christophe Rousset, Pietr Jan Belder and Francesco Corti. After her graduation in Italy, she decided to improve her musical skills by enrolling as a student in the Bachelor programme at The Koninklijk Conservatorium of The Hague, where she’s currently studying with Fabio Bonizzoni and Patrick Ayrton. Laura is also studying fortepiano under the supervision of Bart van Oort and Petra Somlai as part of her minor degree. Laura joins Virtuosi as a piano teacher since 2017, and is happy to share her knowledge with pupils of all ages from beginner to advanced.

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Stefania Pigozzo

Onderwijs: Piano
Talen: Engels, Italiaans

Stefania Pigozzo, born in Pordenone, Italy in 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 white also attending advanced classes with Professor Marian Mika. She graduated cum laude at the age of 16 at Conservatorio Polini in Padova. She was subsequently was admitted to the ‘Biennio a indirizzo Interpretativo” programme at Conservatorio Monteverdi in Bolzano among the students of Professor Davide Cabassi graduating with honours in 2014. Stefania also holds a MA in Music Pegadogy from 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 is currently studying with Professor Ellen Corver.

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, 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 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.