Reviews about them: "You lead a great musical evening before" (El Norte, Mexico); "These are pianist with an incredible musical culture" (Almaty, Kazakhstan); "The Italians had a kinky sense of Sinti and Roma, which was coiling the musical intensity and adrenaline in certain passages" (The Straits Times, Singapore); "The duet Schiavo Marchegiani shows how attractive it is, 'to make music together" (La Provincia, Italy). Marco Schiavo and Sergio Marchegiani are the audience and the critics for her musical personality, its great expressiveness, naturalness, interpretation of music, intensity and overwhelming energy of their performances very popular.

Together they give solo concerts are internationally mobile. Since 2006, they occur in the world's most prestigious venues and festivals, including Golden Hall at the Musikverein (Vienna) and the Konzerthaus in Vienna, Carnegie Hall in New York, Berlin Philharmonic, the Beethoven-Haus in Bonn, Smetana and Dvořák Hall in Prague, Solis Theater and Montevideo, Sao Paolo Hall in Brazil and in Rome, Paris , Washington, Montreal, Mexico City, Baku, Astana, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, etc.

Their brilliant career made them regular guests at renowned orchestras such as the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Budapest Symphony Orchestra, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, New York Symphonic Orchestra, Mexico State Symphony Orchestra, Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, Madrid Chamber Orchestra and Azerbaijan State Symphony Orchestra. Their Werder until the end of the year in various concerts in Europe play together (at the Konzerthaus in Berlin and Laeiszhalle in Hamburg) and Japan (in Suntury Hall in Tokyo). In 2014, Decca label, her first CD "Schubert for two" appeared, dedicated to the music of Schubert.

After Sergio Marchegiani and Marco Schiavo had completed their studies at the Conservatory, they studied further with great musicians like Deckers Küszler, Alexander Lonquich, Bruno Canino, Franco Scala, Aldo Ciccolini and Sergei Dorenski. They're currently teaching at the conservatories Adria and Potenza (Italy). They are often invited to hold masterclasses and jury commitment to piano concerts worldwide.

 

 

Reviews about them: "You lead a great musical evening before" (El Norte, Mexico); "These are pianist with an incredible musical culture" (Almaty, Kazakhstan); "The Italians had a kinky sense of Sinti and Roma, which was coiling the musical intensity and adrenaline in certain passages" (The Straits Times, Singapore); "The duet Schiavo Marchegiani shows how attractive it is, 'to make music together" (La Provincia, Italy). Marco Schiavo and Sergio Marchegiani are the audience and the critics for her musical personality, its great expressiveness, naturalness, interpretation of music, intensity and overwhelming energy of their performances very popular.

Together they give solo concerts are internationally mobile. Since 2006, they occur in the world's most prestigious venues and festivals, including Golden Hall at the Musikverein (Vienna) and the Konzerthaus in Vienna, Carnegie Hall in New York, Berlin Philharmonic, the Beethoven-Haus in Bonn, Smetana and Dvořák Hall in Prague, Solis Theater and Montevideo, Sao Paolo Hall in Brazil and in Rome, Paris , Washington, Montreal, Mexico City, Baku, Astana, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, etc.

Their brilliant career made them regular guests at renowned orchestras such as the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Budapest Symphony Orchestra, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, New York Symphonic Orchestra, Mexico State Symphony Orchestra, Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, Madrid Chamber Orchestra and Azerbaijan State Symphony Orchestra. Their Werder until the end of the year in various concerts in Europe play together (at the Konzerthaus in Berlin and Laeiszhalle in Hamburg) and Japan (in Suntury Hall in Tokyo). In 2014, Decca label, her first CD "Schubert for two" appeared, dedicated to the music of Schubert.

After Sergio Marchegiani and Marco Schiavo had completed their studies at the Conservatory, they studied further with great musicians like Deckers Küszler, Alexander Lonquich, Bruno Canino, Franco Scala, Aldo Ciccolini and Sergei Dorenski. They're currently teaching at the conservatories Adria and Potenza (Italy). They are often invited to hold masterclasses and jury commitment to piano concerts worldwide.

 

 

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