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XXXIII ROVERE D’ORO INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION 2022

After a two-year forced stop due to CoVid-19, the International Rovere D’Oro and Young Talent Competition is back from 19th to 24th June 2022. 

Applications are now open for the XXXIII International Rovere D’Oro and Young Talent Competition. Grants worth a total of €7000, special prizes and performances for the best young talents during the evening concerts are up for grabs. Prize concerts in Spain and Italy for the winners of the Rovere d’Oro Competition.

DOWNLOAD THE COMPETITION RULES IN PDF ON THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Deadline for the submissions

26th June 2022

Info: competition@roveredoro.org

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Andrea Baggioli – chairman of the jury

Andrea Baggioli

Andrea Baggioli

Andrea Baggioli began studying piano with Mirella Salesi, then proceeded to get his degree under the guidance of Martha del Vecchio, at the “N.Paganini” Conservatory in Genova, where he also attended the chamber music course held by Massimiliano Damerini. He then attended advanced study courses with Alberto Mozzati, Hector Pell and Aldo Ciccolini at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena and at the Accademia Perosi in Biella. He also obtained degrees in Choral Music and Choir Conducting as well as in Composition with Vittorio Fellegara. Besides his music studies, he also took a degree “cum laude” in Modern Literature, with focus on Music history, at the Genova State University.

He has had a brilliant career as an accompanist in the vocal chamber repertoire with Antonella B...

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THE JURY – Giampiero Brignone

Gianpiero Brignone

Gianpiero Brignone

Born in Mondovi in ​​1968, he graduated in 1990 at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of Turin. Since 1991 he has been teaching the class brass Istituto Musicale “V. Baravalle “Fossano with whom he formed students now successfully inserted into the working world (RAI National Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of the Teatro alla Scala in Milan and Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino).

He attended the specialization course music at the Philharmonic Saluzzo studying with Branimir Slokar and Floriano Rosini. From 1992 he studied privately with Joe Burnam...

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THE JURY – Annamaria Garibaldi

Annamaria Garibaldi

Annamaria Garibaldi

Annamaria Garibaldi graduated in Piano at the Conservatory of Pescara and continued her studies with Marcella Crudeli obtaining the Diploma of High Specialization at the Music Academy of Pescara. She also graduated with full marks in Italian Literature at the University of Chieti, and in Substitute Conductor in the Operatic Repertoire at the Conservatory of Pescara. She attended courses of Education and Music Therapy given by Lombardi, Korn, Di Bari, Mutti; seminars of Piano Accompaniment in Operatic Repertoire by Oses, Balint, Ferraro; workshops for Substitutes Conductor held by Renzetti and Lucantoni; piano interpretation by Rattalino; orchestral rehearsal by Andrae, Florio, Lucantoni, Morricone, Bufalini, Agiman, Yanagisawa, Vidoni...

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THE JURY – Olga Zdorenko

Olga Zdorenko

Olga Zdorenko

Olga Zdorenko was born in Kiev in Ucraine.

In 1994 she received her degree in piano with the highest grades and honors from the Ciaikovskij Conservatory of Moscow under the guidance of Eugeni Malinin.

She perfected her art with Rudolf Buchbinder, Viktor Merjianov and Hans Graaf. In 2001 she graduated with Sergio Perticaroli from the National Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, Italy. with the highest grades.

She has won awards in numerous international competitions such as: “Young Russian Talents”, “Carlo Zecchi” of Rome, the “Golden Palm” of Finale Ligure, “The Sulmona Competition”, “The San Remo Classic”, The “Carlo Soliva”.

She has performed concerts at the most important European theatres such as: The Kammermusiksaal of the Philharmonic of Berlin, Th...

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THE JURY – Stefano Corato

Stefano Corato

Stefano Corato

Stefano Corato. Born in Rome, he earned a degree in contrabass at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in 1979 under the guidance of Maestro Battistelli. He participated in various concert seasons with the R.A.I. Orchestra of Rome; later he continued his activities as contrabassist for various chamber music ensembles. His professional activity took the direction of production, first for records, and later in radio broadcasting. In 1985 he was named head of the sublabel New Talent of the notable American label – which became in 1987 the German B.M.G. Ariola – by Maestro Riccardo Michelini, who was at that time creative director of R.C.A.. During these years he also collaborated as producer for various other internationally successful recording projects...

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