Irene Veneziano

"Irene Veneziano loves music rather than self-serving display and brings a welcome breath of modesty, culture, charm, refinement, poetry and dare I say it, the sensibility of the feminine to her fine playing" (M. Moran).
Irene Veneziano playes regularly in Europe (Sweden, Poland, France, Switzerland, Albany, Montenegro, Germany), Asia (Vietnam, Jordan, Israel, China, Singapore, India, Korea), Africa (Tunisia) e America (Usa, Canada).
In Beijing she was appointed an honorary member ofBeijingBravoceMusic Club. In January 2011 she had her debut at theScala Theatrein Milan, having great success from public and critics.
She was semifinalist in the prestigious 16th "International Piano Competition F. Chopin" in Warsaw 2010.She was awarded in about 30 national and internationals piano competitions, including Prix Jean Clostre in Genève, 2nd Prize in B&B in New York, Premio "Casella" in Premio Venezia competition.
Irene Veneziano was featured on "I concerti del Quirinale" broadcast of Radio3, "The Pianist" broadcast of Radio Classica and has also performed live twice on Radio Suisse Romande in Geneva for the "Espace 2" station.
Her interviews appeared in Tvs (RaiUno, TeleEtere, AzzurraTv), Radios (Radio3, RaiRadio1, PuntoRadio, MWRadio, Bluradio, RSI) and magazines (LombardiaOggi, Il Giornale della Musica, ViviLombardia, Suonare News,Nuove Dissonanze).
She graduated from theIstituto Musicale Pareggiato G. Pucciniin Gallarate in 2005 with top marks and special mention. In 2008 she passed the Level II Academic Diploma for piano at theG. Verdi Conservatoryin Milan with top marks and special mention.
In the same year, she obtained the specialist piano Diploma held by M°S. Perticaroliat theS. Cecilia Academyin Rome with top marks; she was also awarded the "G. Sinopoli" Scholarship for the best degree student from the Academy, receiving the award from G. Napolitano, the President of the Italian Republic.
She also obtained the Diploma of Chamber music with special mention at theInternational Piano Academy in Imola. In 2009 she passed the diploma of "Didattica della musica" at theG. Verdi Conservatoryin Milan.
She performs with important musicians, for example the renowned flautistAndrea Griminelli, the first Basson of the Teatro Alla Scala Valentino Zucchiatti, the violinist of the Teatro alla Scala Daniele Pascoletti.
She was piano teacher in the Internationl Music Masterclasses in Cutigliano 2011, in a piano masterclass at "A. Toscanini" Academy in Verbania 2012 and she was called to part of the jury in the "Insieme per suonare, cantare danzare" competition in Omegna 2011 and 2012."