Alberto Nosè

    Alberto Nosè gained his first recognition at the age of eleven, winning First Prize in the Jugend für Mozart International Competition in Salzburg.

    He went on to win prizes at prestigious international piano competitions: Premio Venezia (1° Prize in 1998), F. Busoni in Bolzano (2° Prize “with particular distimction” in 1999), Vendôme Prize in Paris (1° Prize in 2000), World Piano Competition in London (2° Prize in 2002), Maj Lind in Helsinki (1° Prize in 2002), L. Gante in Pordenone (1° Prize in 2002), Long-Thibaud in Paris (2° Prize in 2004), Top of the World in Tromsø (1° Prize in 2011).

    As prizewinner in Piano-Masters in Montecarlo in 2015, Paloma O’Shea in Santander in 2005 and F. Chopin in Varsavia in 2000 he starts an intense concert career in the major concert halls all over the world such as Carnegie Hall in New York, Southbank Centre and Wigmore Hall in London, Konzerthaus in Berlin, Théâtre du Châtelet and Salle Pleyel in Paris, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Parco della Musica in Rome.

    He is regularly invited in important concert seasons in France, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Spain, USA, Mexico, South America, China, Japan and Hong Kong.

    He is regularly invited as jury member in important international piano competitions, like the F. Chopin in Warsaw.

    Alberto Nosè graduated at the “F. E. Dall’Abaco” Conservatory in Verona with Laura Palmieri and Virginio Pavarana. He continued his education with Professors Franco Scala, Boris Petrushansky and Leonid Margarius at the International Piano Academy Incontri col Maestro of Imola where he obtained the Piano Master in 2005. He also attended the masterclasses by Maurizio Pollini, Murray Perahia, Andrej Jasinski, Louis Lortie, Michael Beroff, Alexander Lonquich, Arie Vardi, Fou Ts’ong, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Alfons Kontarsky, Paul Badura-Skoda.