Leonora Armellini was a very young winner of the “Janina Nawrocka Prize” for the “extraordinary musicality and beauty of sound” at the F. Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw (2010). Her result was brilliantly confirmed in the 2021 edition, with a Fifth Prize that makes her the first Italian woman to have climbed the heights of the competition considered as the top of international pianism.
In 2005 she unanimously won the XXII Venice Prize, reserved for the best graduates of the Italian Conservatories, and continued her training with Sergio Perticaroli at the Academy of S. Cecilia in Rome, graduating with honors at the age of seventeen and thus becoming the youngest graduated from the prestigious institution. She is currently Piano Faculty member at the “A. Buzzolla” of Adria (Italy).
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Jacek Kaspszyk, conductor
Leonora Armellini, piano


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