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“Her playing impressed me with fierce personality, brilliant virtuosity, and above all, her original, distinctive attitude and individual approach. She plays with natural, convincing feel and understanding”

R.A. Ostrovsky, Professor at the Tchaikovsky  Conservatory Moscow

Margherita Santi was born in Verona in 1994. At the age of 5 she started studying piano at Prof. Laura Palmieri’s “Propedeutica Pianistica”, who immediately recognized and began developing her extraordinary talent. Margherita had her first public performance at age 6.

She has performed as a soloist and in chamber music concerts in Italy, Switzerland, Russia, Germany, Austria and Bulgaria as part of many festivals and musical seasons such as Festival Kras, RUDEM Foundation, GIA Giovani Interpreti Associati, Festival Musicale delle Nazioni a Roma, Symphony Opera Union Atanasov, International Chamber Music Festival Lago di Garda, Musika Bez Granic – Gazprom, Rassegna “da Firenze all’Europa” and Bad Zwestener Meisterkonzerte in prestigious theaters such as ZKO Zürcher Kammerorchester in Zürich, Rachmaninoff Hall and Mali Zaal in Moscow, Yusupov Palace and White Hall of St.Petersburg Polytechnic, Atanasov Hall in Bulgaria, Auditorium San Barnaba in Brescia, Palazzo Pitti in Florence, Teatro di Marcello in Rome, Sala Maffeiana and Teatro Ristori in Verona, Auditorium San Rocco in Bologna e Sale Apollinee pf Teatro La Fenice di Venezia, Teatro Sociale in Como.

Margherita collaborated with conductor Grigor Palikarov and the Pazarzik Symphony Orchestra, having a very successful debut playing Rachmaninoff’s “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini” at Atanasov Hall. She has also recently performed with the Louis Spohr Sinfonietta and conductor Heinz Moser in Austria and Italy, playing Schumann Piano Concerto and with Orchestra Senzaspine and conductor Tommaso Ussardi playing Rachmaninoff Second Piano Concerto.

Margherita plays in a duo with cellist Frieder Berthold. In 2018 they performed in a tour in some of the main cities in Germany (Berlin, Dortmund, Kassel). She is also part of the Trio Sollertinsky. Her passion for chamber music brought to play with well-known and esteemed musicians such as the violinist Francesca Dego, the pianist Olaf John Laneri, Mikhail Tsinman, violinist of the Moscow Rachmaninoff Trio, member of the Rimsky-Korsakov Quartett, horn player Martin Owen, violinist Giovanni Agazzi and violinist Fabiola Tedesco. She took part in various masterclasses, where she met internationally known musicians such as Pavel Gililov, Ilana Vered, Gary Graffman, Pascal Nemirovsky and Gustavo Romero, provoking greater attention to her personality, profound devotion, musical comprehension and brilliant instrumental technique.

Margherita has recently appeared as a “Giovane eccellenza italiana nell’ambito musicale” (Young italian musical excellence) in the TV channel Rai Parlamento.

She graduated with honours at age 16 at Verona’s Conservatory “E.F.Dall’Abaco”. In the following year she recorded “Piano Recital” for Verona’s Accademia Edizioni Musicali, featuring music by Chopin and Listz. She was also awarded the “Premio Accademia Filarmonica di Verona”, a prize for the best graduate of the year. After winning as a young pianist many honours and awards, she attended the Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome and she then moves in Moscow for two years to study at the prestigious “P.I.Tchaikovsky” Conservatory with Natalia Trull. In 2018 she obtained a Master with honours in Piano Performance at the Conservatoriy “B.Marcello” in Venice, presenting a monographic recital dedicated to Robert Schumann’s Piano Sonatas.

In 2018 Margherita has conceived and launched the yearly concert season Herbst Musicaux in Verona.

In 2019 Margherita graduated in Communication Studies at University of Padova, in Italy.

In 2019-2020 season Margherita will perform in Germany with the Philarmonisches Orchester Nordharz to present the Schumann Piano Concerto and Beethoven Piano Concerto n.4, with Trio Sollerinsky, presenting a program dedicated to Piano Trios by Beethoven and playing the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto n.2 with the Louis Spohr Sinfonietta.

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