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"Music and playing is a passion which took part of my life from the start, it enjoyed me and caught me in my childhood while I was playing and listening all the sounds. It channeled, set and comforted me during the chaotic emotional universe of puberty, and now it’s the way into which I reveal the deepest and most sincere part of me."

Claudia Berti, is an Italian pianist born in Rimini 1968, she studied piano at the Liceo musicale G. Lettimi in Rimini with Maestro Annalisa Lotti, she graduated in 1989 from Conservatory G. Frescobaldi in Ferrara.


After her diploma, Oscar Benavidez, a renowned Argentine dancer and tango teacher, involves her in a trio with the Argentine bandoneonist Roberto Di Rosa and the violinist Aldo Veronesi. Thus, she begins an intense experience with the classics of Argentine tango such as C. Gardel, J. Filiberto, J. Caruso, E. Arolas, J. Padula, J. Plaza, A. Villoldo, A. Piazzolla, and with the world of enthusiasts who frequents it.


The profound harmony for the ancient music, born at the beginning of her musical studies and always alive, led her to undertake, in 1996, the harpsichord and organ studies at the G. Rossini Conservatory in Pesaro, where in 1999 she obtained the lower completion of organ with M ° Gabriele Gravagna and in 2000 the harpsichord diploma with M ° Maria Letizia Pascoli.


She graduated in harpsichord with full marks and honors in 2007 at the G. B. Martini Conservatory of Bologna with Maestro Silvia Rambaldi, presenting a dissertation in Entertainment management. She was admitted as an active student to the harpsichord master classes, she studied with Kenneth Gilbert and Christophe Rousset at the Chigiana Music Academy in Siena, with Gordon Murray at the Academy of Ancient Music in Bolzano and with Pierre Hantaï in Cremona. In France, in Ambronay, she attended the stage "Les Leҫons de Ténèbres" directed by C. Rousset and Isabelle Poulenard and, again with C. Rousset, the masterclass of the Académie Musicale de Villecroze.


She has played a rich and varied concert activity in various orchestral and chamber ensembles and as a soloist. To name a few: with "La Camerata del Titano" she performed the basso continuo on the harpsichord in the operas "Lo speziale" by FJ Haydn and "La serva padrona" by GB Pergolesi and with the orchestra of the Bazzano Opera and Music Laboratory in the operas "La canterina" by WA Mozart and "Il fantasma" by P. Morandi; in the Missa à 9 by Antonio Draghi; she played in the duo Echi barocchi with the cellist Cristiano Rodilosso “Sonatas and baroque fantasies”; in the Ad libitum ensemble in various editions of "Musica nel Chiostro"; in the Stabat Mater by G. B. Pergolesi with the singers Elettra Benfatto and Ombretta Mazza; in the "Art for education" event with Laura Catrani, Arianna Lanci and Michael Barletta; in the review "Ancient ways of organs" and in the "Homage to Thomas Walker" she also held the 2014 Christmas concert and recently the livestream concert for the Rotary Club Rimini Riviera.


She also collaborated, as organist of the Cathedral of Rimini, with the Malatesta Music Chapel, with which she also performed the basso continuo on the organ in the Mass in C major by F. Schubert and in the Requiem and in the Coronation Mass by WA Mozart .


Her harpsichord, by Roberto Livi, was made on a Flemish original Albert Delin from 1759.


She posted:

digital album “J. J. Froberger, A restless traveller" for the Acanto label in 2017 format CD, digital download

"Light and Shade", contemporary piano compositions for the Acanto label in 2021 format: digital download

Jan Pieterszoons Sweelinck's single "More Palatino" in 2019 format: digital download


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