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Alberto Nosè received his first award at the age of eleven, winning the First Prize at the jugend f’r Mozart International Competition in Salzburg, where he made his first tour of Italy, Austria and France.
Subsequently, he won numerous awards in the most important international competitions: World Piano Masters in Monte Carlo (1st prize in 2015), Top of the World International Piano Competition in Tromsa (1st Prize in 2011), Paloma O’Shea of Santander (1st Prize, Gold Medal and Audience Award), F. Chopin of Warsaw (5th prize in 2000), F. Busoni of Bolzano (2nd prize with particular distinction in 1999) , Maj Lind of Helsinki (1st prize in 2002), Long-Thibaud of Paris (2nd prize in 2004), Vendéme Prize in Paris (1st prize in 2000), World Piano Competition in London (2nd Prize in 2002), L. Gante di Pordenone (1st Prize in 2002), Venice Prize (1st Unanimous Prize in 1998).
Thanks to these statements, he began a wonderful career that led him to perform in Europe and all over the world, for major festivals and in prestigious concert halls, among them: Carnegie Hall in New York, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elisabeth Hall and Wigmore Hall in London, Konzerthaus in Berlin, Théatre du Chatelet and Salle Pleyel in Paris , Salzburg Mozarteum, Bonn’s Beethoven Fest, Stuttgart’s Liederhalle, Geneva’s Chopin Festival, Lucerne Summer Festival, Madrid Monumental Theatre and Auditorium, Athens Megaron, Finland Hall in Helsinki, Warsaw’s Filharmonja Narodowa, Seattle’s Benaroya Hall, Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, Sao Paulo’s Teatro do MASP, Rio Meireles Hall , Teatro La Fenice in Venice, September Music of Turin, Bologna Festival, Verona Philharmonic Theatre, Teatro Verdi di Trieste, Sala Verdi, Teatro dal Verme and Auditorium of Milan, Teatro Rossini di Pesaro, Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza, Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome.
As a chamberist he collaborated with cellist Rocco Filippini, The Ysae Quartet, the Venice Quartet, and as a soloist has played with major orchestras, including: London Philharmonic, English Chamber Orchestra, Orchestre National de Lille, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Warsaw Philharmonic, Finnish Radio Symphony, Madrid’s RTVE Symphony, Janacek Philharmonic, Orquesta Symphony de Tenerife, Orquesta Symphonic de Galinica , Mexico State Symphony, The Haymbergisches Staatsorchester Stuttgart, Oslo Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Verona Arena Orchestra, Padua and Veneto Orchestra, Haydn Orchestra of Trento and Bolzano, Orchestra of Rome and Lazio. He has collaborated with well-known conductors, such as Roy Goodman, Manfred Honeck, Jesus Lopez-Cobos, Enrique Batiz, Pedro Ignacio Calderon, Anton Nanut, Hannu Lintu, James Judd, Marcus Bosch, Rumon Gamba, George Hanson, Ion Marin, Josè Ferreira Lobo, Alain Lombard, Enrique Mazzola, Thomas S.nderg’rd.
His discography includes recordings for General Insurance, Tau Records, the music magazine French Piano, Radio Classica, Radio Gdansk and Radio Suisse Romande.
In 2006, Nascor-Ysaye Records released a CD with music by Schumann and Prokofiev, which received the La Clef ResMusica.com and Coup de coeur Fnac award.
In 2008, a DVD dedicated to Mozart and Beethoven was released for Domovideo, made to mark the 250th Anniversary of Mozart in 2006, and also broadcast by the digital satellite channel SKY Classica. In the same year the Naxos label released a CD with Johann Christian Bach’s Six Sonata op.17, performed on the modern piano, which received the award “CHOC du Monde de la Musique” and “4 Diapason Superbe” and broadcast worldwide, from Radio France, BBC 3, Radio 4 Netherland, Radio New Zealand, ABC Classic FM USA and Australia.
He is regularly invited as a juror in major national and international piano competitions, such as the F. Chopin in Warsaw.
Alberto Nosè trained at the Conservatory “F. E. Dall’Abaco” in Verona with Laura Palmieri and Virginio Pavarana. He continued his studies with masters Franco Scala, Boris Petrushansky and Leonid Margarius at the International Piano Academy Meetings with the Master of Imola where he obtained the Master’s Plan in 2005. He also took part in the masterclasses of Maurizio Pollini, Murray Perahia, Andrej Jasinski, Michael Dalberto, Louis Lortie, Michael Beroff, Alexander Lonquich, Arie Vardi, Fou Ts’ong, Karl-Heinz Kommerling, Alfons Kontarsky and Paul Badura-Skoda.