Biography

Marco Tezza , born in Vicenza/Italy in 1964.

He attended the Conservatory of Music in Vicenza, studying piano with Milde Molinari, Carlo Mazzoli and violin with Giovanni Guglielmo and Giuliana Padrin. He earned his diploma with distinction and honourable mention in piano in 1984. He further refined his knowledge in Italy (Imola Accademy) with Jorg Demus, Gyorgy Sandor and Bruno Canino, and in France with Aquiles Delle Vigne, attending the Ecole Normale “A. Cortot” of Paris , where he obtained the “Diplome Superieur d’Exècution”.

In addition, he has won several international competitions in piano: Citta di Treviso (First Prize); La Spezia (First Prize); RAI (First Prize); Moncalieri (European Prize for Chamber Music); Busoni Viotti and Pretoria (Graduate).

To these important prizes he adds a rich concert activity in prestigious concert-halls in Europe, North and South America, Africa and the Middle-East: La Fenice Theatre of Venezia , Auditorium RAI in Turin, Milan, Rome, Palermo, Cagliari, Tonhalle in Zurich, Geneva, Lugano, Salle Cortot in Paris, Bruxelles, Musikhalle in Hamburg, Kiel, Lubeck, Cologne, Culture Hall in Sofia, Plovdiv, Old Mutual Auditorium in Pretoria (South Africa), Tawes Theatre of Washington, New York, Dom Silvero Theatre in Belo Horizonte, Ouro Preto, Nova Lima, San Paolo (Brazil), Assembly Hall of Beirut, Tripoli and La Habana, Forbidden City Concerthall in Beijing, Manasterly Palace -Il Cairo, Gumi Music Festival (Korea), Australia and New Zealand, to mention the more important ones…

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CALENDAR

19November

Note a Monte

Villa Pesavento – Pegoraro - VICENZA - ITALY
26November
02December

Stagione concertistica L’Aquila / Duo Roccato-Tezza

Ridotto del Teatro Comunale "V. Antonellini" - L'AQUILA - ITALY
16December

From youtube

GIACOMO PUCCINI // “CRISANTEMI” for strings (Live recording – Belo Horizonte)
  1. GIACOMO PUCCINI // “CRISANTEMI” for strings (Live recording – Belo Horizonte)
  2. EDVARD GRIEG // ​“AUS HOLBERGS ZEIT” SUITE for strings Op.40 (Live recording – Sofia, Bulgaria Hall)
  3. JOHANNES BRAHMS // PIANO SONATA f-moll Op.5 (Studio recording)
  4. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART // ADAGIO AND FUGUE for strings c-moll KV 546 (Live recording – Padova, Pollini Auditorium)
  5. ROBERT SCHUMANN // ALBUM FÜR DIE JUGEND Op.68 – WORLD FIRST COMPLETE RECORDING Zweite Abteilung – Für Erwachsenere
  6. ASTOR PIAZZOLLA // “ADIOS NONINO” – Arranged by TrisTango (Studio recording)
  7. PETER ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY // SERENADE for strings C-Dur Op.48 (Live recording – Lebeanon TV)
  8. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH / ALEXANDER SILOTI // PRELUDE h-moll (Live recording – Geneve, Château de Coppet)
  9. JOHANNES BRAHMS // UNGARISCHER TANZ g-moll (Live recording – St. Wendel)
  10. FRYDERYK CHOPIN // ETUDE c-moll Op.10 N°12 (Studio recording)