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19:00 Giampaolo di Rosa (Italy)
The musical portrait of Giampaolo Di Rosa presents a remarkable musician with an autonomous approach to the art of performance and improvisation, an established performer, improviser, composer, researcher and teacher. Completing his musical studies under the tutorship of world famous professors such as F. Di Cesare (piano), Mons. Valentino Miserachs (composition), Gunther Kaunzinger and Jean Guillou (organ), Glen Wilson (harpsichord), Joao Pedro Oliveira (analysis and theory), he has had the opportunity to collaborate with many distinguished musicians. He holds seven academic diplomas, in particular a Masterís Degree in organ performance and a Ph.D. in music analysis. Giampaolo Di Rosa boasts a vast repertoire of music from every historical period up to the present day, including the complete works of Cesar Franck, Franz Liszt and Robert Schumann. His discography includes a number of recordings, mainly piano and organ improvisations. In 2010 he has played the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach. He has developed a personal approach to the art of improvisation, with which he delights audiences in recitals that also include a wide variety of his own virtuoso compositions. The Iberian organ is increasingly becoming a focus of his musical interests, with an accent on early music as well as new music with improvisations. After being a faculty member of the Catholic University of Portugal, he became Professor of the Department of Music at the Institute for Letters and Humanities of the University of Minho in Braga, where he teaches improvisation and analysis. He is a dedicated lecturer, and a strong supporter of talented young artists. As a researcher he works in several different units in Europe and has published several papers and music recordings. 2010-2011 he is artist in residence at Ratingen, in Germany, venue of a well-known organ festival directed by Ansgar Wallenhorst.
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