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After graduating with the highest distinction from the Conservatorio ‘Giuseppe Verdi’ of Milan in 1980, Emanuela Piemonti won a number of important national competitions, including the Vittorio Gui Prize (Florence), Città di Torino and the Atkinsons Prize (Saturnia). She was the pianist with the Trio Matisse for 25 years and performed with them in Italy’s most famous concert halls, as well as in Germany, Spain, Portugal and Israel. The trio recorded all of Beethoven’s Trios for RAI, and made commercial recordings for the monthly magazine Amadeus and for the Aura label. Concerts included début performances of works composed especially for the Trio by Mauricio Kagel, Luis de Pablo, Luca Francesconi and Alessandro Solbiati. Emanuela Piemonti teaches chamber music at the Conservatorio ‘Giuseppe Verdi’ of Milan.

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