Andrea Dindo is a Pianist and Conductor, he's been a pupil of Renzo Bonizzato, one of the most assiduous and deserving students of Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli. He has completed pianos for three years with Aldo Ciccolini, Andrzej Jasinski at Mozarteum in Salzburg and Alexis Weissenberg, following international selection at the Masterclass of Engelberg (Lucerne) Award-winning at the Paris Chamber Music Competition held concerts at prestigious venues such as the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York, the Pablo Casals Hall in Tokyo, Radio France, Wigmore Hall and the Royal Academy in London. He recorded for Agora labels, Harmonia Mundi France, Velut Luna and JVC Victor Japan and for the monthly Amadeus in a full-fledged Lyric repertoire for violin and piano. He made his debut as an Orchestra Director at the Auditorium Parco della Musica di Roma and later directed the orchestras of the Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza, the Pomeriggi Musicali in Milan, the Chamber Orchestra of Mantua, the Chamber Orchestra in Brescia, And the Philharmonic Orchestra of Turin, the Orchestra of Italian Switzerland, the Haydn Orchestra of Trento and Bolzano, the Chamber Orchestra of Padua and Veneto, with the soloists of the Martha Argerich Project, as well as having recently inaugurated the seasons The Philharmonic of Trento and the Mozart International Rovereto Festival at the Symphonia Italiana Orchestra, composed by the best young Italian professionals. He collaborates with the Ensemble Salotto '800, founded by the baritone Leo Nucci, in versions for Ensemble of work titles performed in compliance with the original workbook. She is a member of the international project "With Green in the World", under the initiatives promoted by the Orchestra dell'Opera Italiana (ex orchestra of the Regio Theater in Parma) with recent concerts in prestigious rooms in Brazil, Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg Sweden , Finland and Denmark. She is Professor of Practice of the operatic repertoire in the high education of the "Bonporti" Conservatory in Trento and of Piano and Chamber Music at the Steinway Society in Verona.
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