Giorgio Trione Bartoli | Gabriele Strata WINNERS 2019
Friday, 31 May, 2019 - 19:30

He graduated with honours from the Conservatory of Bari, where he studied under the guidance of Pasquale Iannone. Giorgio Trione Bartoli made a name for himself thanks to the prizes won at a number of international competitions, from England to Poland, from the United States to Kazakhstan. He was among the finalists at the Busoni Competition in 2017. He attended the Biennale European Arts Academy, from which he graduated, and is currently attending the “Accademia Musicale Pescarese”. He has played in Italy, Spain, France, Hungary, Denmark, The Netherlands, Germany, the USA, Mexico, England, Kazakhstan, Poland and Switzerland. He started performing piano concertos with orchestra at the young age of 13, collaborating with the "Mihail Jora" Philharmonic Orchestra of Bacau conducted by Ovidiu Balan, the Astana Symphony orchestra conducted by Yerzan Dautov, "Duchi d'Acquaviva" Orchestra conducted by Dominique Rouits and the Mexican State Symphony Orchestra conducted by Enrique Batiz. Regarding his chamber music activity, he works actively with cellist Mauro Paolo Monopoli.


Gabriele Strata graduated in piano studies at the Conservatory of Vicenza with top marks and honours under the guidance of Riccardo Zadra and Roberto Prosseda. He is currently attending the Master’s Degree at the Yale University with Boris Berman where, during his first year, he was awarded the “Charles R. Miller Prize” as “outstanding pianist” of the year. Winner of numerous national and international competitions, in June 2016 he was invited by the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Mrs. Laura Boldrini, to take part in the ceremony for the European Day of Music at Montecitorio, on which occasion he was awarded the Medal of the Chamber of Deputies for his artistic achievements.
His commitments for the current season include recitals at prestigious concert halls, like the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and the Philharmonic Hall in Bratislava. He has already performed both in Italy and abroad: at “La Fenice” theatre in Venice, the “Theatre de l’Image et de la Photographie” in Nice, at the “Obidos Piano Festival” in Portugal and the “Holland International Music Sessions” in Bergen.


Premio Venezia
Only pianists who have graduated with honours from Italian Conservatories are admitted to this prestigious competition, organised by the “Amici della Fenice” Foundation. The jury is made up of the Artistic Director of “La Fenice” theatre and five jurors selected by the “Amici della Fenice”.


SERGEJ PROKOF’EV (Soncovka, 1891 - Mosca, 1953
Sonata per pianoforte n. 8 in si bemolle maggiore, op. 84
- Andante dolce. Allegro
- Andante sognando
- Vivace

FRANZ LISZT (Raiding, 1811 - Bayreuth, 1886)
Valse de l'opera Faust, S. 407
Basato su temi del II atto dell'opera Faust di Charles Gounod
(Parigi, 1818 – Saint-Cloud, 1893)



CLAUDE DEBUSSY (Saint-Germain-en-Laye, 1862 - Parigi, 1918)
Da Préludes, Deuxième Livre
I. Brouillards: Modéré
II. Feuilles mortes: Lent et mélancolique
III. La puerta del Vino: Mouvement de Habanera
V. Bruyères: Calme
VIII. Ondine: Scherzando
X. Canope: Très calme et doucement triste
XII. Feux d'artificie

BÉLA BARTÓK ( Nagyszentmiklós, 1881 – New York, 1945)
Suite all’aria aperta Sz.81 

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