Jury 2017 – Giuseppe Nova


Giuseppe Nova’s performances have been hailed in international publications. The Washington Post called his performance “charming...


Jury 2017 – Françoise Choveaux


Françoise Choveaux takes up with a musical tradition anchored in the 19th Century. She is a composer but also a pianist. As of today, she has already written more than 170 opus for all instruments and all formations, from solos to symphony orchestras. And her works are played in Europe (France, Italy, Germany, Russia, Belgium, Baltic States), in Asia and in America.

Numerous live recordings and in studio were made of her music, among which the integral works of her quartets recorded by the famous Vilnius Strings Quartet.  » The richness of sounds and colors for strings is a discovery of every moment. For a composer, I think that the string quartet offers infinite possibilities, similar to the use a painter can make of its palette. It is one of the forms of writing that I prefer...


Piano accompanist


The accompanist of the Thirtieth Edition of the International Competition “Young Talents” and “Rovere d’Oro Prize 2017” is Luisa Repola (phone: +393387488400).

You may contact her directly and agree with her on schedule, way and cost of the service.

The Rovere d’Oro Association is not responsible for the execution of the service and / or for the relationships among competitors and pianist.


Rovere d’Oro 2017

The 30th Rovere d’Oro Prize’s and the 2017 Young Talents Competition’s announcements are now online. It’s going to be a special edition for us, the 30th birthday of this important music event that in 2017 is going to award even more substantial bursaries, in addition to prize concerts and Young Talents’ evening performances.
See you in San Bartolomeo al Mare from July 29th to August 3rd 2017!

Rovere d’Oro StaffRovere d’Oro

Competition rules&information


Today results – Section I (afternoon session)

Cat. C2


Section I – cat. B2

1st prize – Sylvan Moeri – 95 pt.


Results – section I – A4

1st prize- Dana Assylbekkyzy – 97 p.

1st prize – Alexio Cadei – 95 p.

1st prize – Alessandro Scarella – 95 p.


Results – Section I – cat. A1

1st prize – Anita Joana Stoica – 99 points

1st prize – Ayumi-Sophie Jung – 97

1st prize – Lorenzo Missiroli – 95

1st prize- Sakura-Rosa Mandaglio – 95

2ndprize – Khachaturyan Konstantin – 93

2nd prize – Ginevra Giaccardi – 90

3rd prize – Sebastian Musso – 88

3rd prize – Emma Kanz – 87

3rd prize – Emanuele Degl’Innocenti – 86

3rd prize – Anna Luce Marzorati – 86

3rd prize- Daniela Pierotello – 85


NEWS about timetable

An error about section I cat. b/4 and A/6 occurred on the timetable published few days ago.

Here you will find news release.

We apologize for the inconvenience

Rovere d’Oro staff

Timetable – last version


News competition 2016

In attachment some important news for RO & GT concurrents


Rovere d’Oro staff


Convocazione concorrenti pdf