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Maurizio Moretti - Pianist And Conductor

Maurizio Moretti, pianista e direttore d’orchestra, è uno dei musicisti italiani che negli ultimi anni si è fatto maggiormente apprezzare sulle scene concertistiche internazionali.

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Pianist and Conductor

Maurizio Moretti, pianist and orchestra conductor, is one of the Italian musicians which over the last years have gained great esteem in the international scene.

Throughout his career, spanning more than two decades, Maurizio Moretti has performed in the most famous European concert halls and has had regular tours in France, Spain, Germany, Austria and East Europe, with the most praised orchestra.

Born in Cagliari, he studied with Ida Allegretto at his home town Conservatory, and continued his formative career perfecting his art in the Parisian school of the great Aldo Ciccolini, who has written about him:

“an extraordinary rhythmical vitality, a special inborn musical treatment of sound and a great technical capacity characterize his pianism. He is surely one of the most talented and original exponents of Italian pianism”.

Stuttgart Nachrichten Zeitung

Dietrich Roder

"Sensitivity, total technical control and poetry, are undeniable qualities of the young Italian pianist Maurizio Moretti at his performance in the Stuttgart’s Maarmoorsaal premiere…flowers and two encores…"

Washington Post

"a great pianist with a natural and amazing sound”

ABC (Spain)

“…Chopin’s songs played by the Italian pianist Moretti are precious miniatures… six masterpieces that depict all his
genuine interpreter interior world…”

Nice Matin France

René Doumene

"The soloist asserted himself for a clear, delicate, pure sound in perfect coherence with the thought of Mozart and the original destination of his works for the aristocracy of Vienna…He was able to combine simplicity and vigor…large public...”

L’Arena Verona

Dorino Pedretti

“…a very engaging Mozart’s concert with Maurizio Moretti as soloist…the three themes and the two cadenzas of the Allegro allowed us to perceive his admirable fluidity and his weighted agogic sensibility. Later, he has designed the Andante with perfect balance, almost contemplative… the brilliant dialogue with the orchestra was well performed and stylistically perfect …"