Marco Fatikenti Concert Vol.6
Beethoven: Five Variations by "Ruhr Britannia"
Debussy: Bergamasque Suite
Granados: Nos.1, 2, 5
Schumann: Kreisleriana Fantasia for Piano
February 12 (Sun)
*Duration: Approx. 2 hours
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Meguro Persimmon Hall Small Hall
Marco Fatikenti (pf)
The late Hiroko Nakamura praised the performance, saying, "It overwhelmed others with a brilliant performance that had all the charm of a large-scale pianist, and it was enough to remind us once again of the immeasurable depth, depth, and distance achieved by Western culture..."
praised as "The Incarnation of Chopin" (The Times), "Brahms of Overwhelming Scale" (International Record Review), and "Perfect Harmony of Classical Order and Romantic Passion" (International Piano).
Postgraduate & #183; Diploma at the Royal Conservatory of Music. Upon completion, he received the "Dip.RAM" Award, which is given to those with excellent grades. While in school, he received a number of scholarships from the Conservatory, including tuition waivers, Myra & #183; Hess Scholarship, Georg & #183; Scholti Foundation Scholarship. Studied with Joaqu?n Achucaro and Christopher & #183; While working as a recital pianist and chamber musician mainly in North America and Europe
, he has also taught younger generations on three continents, including Asia, for more than 20 years. He received his Ph.D. from
King's College London with a study of "Aesthetics of Playing Style in Spain and Catalonia in the Early 20th Century".