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Viller Valbonesi

Piano

Viller Valbonesi studied in Italy with Mauro Minguzzi and Pier Narciso Masi. From 2007 he studied with Sergio Perticaroli at the "Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia" in Rome, where he achieved the Diploma in 2010 with "Summa cum laude" and from 2012 he studied with Fabio Bidini at the Hochschule "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin where he graduated as Konzertexamen in 2015.

Viller has performed in Italy, Spain, Austria, Germany, Norway, Japan and USA, at venues such as Philharmonie and Konzerthaus in Berlin, Friedrich-Ebert-Halle in Hamburg, "Sala Petrassi" and "Sala S. Cecilia" in Rome, Sala dei Giganti in Padova, Teatro Malibran in Venezia, Troldhaugen in Bergen, Wiener Saal in Salzburg... He also performed as soloist with orchestras with many conductors, including Ovidiu Balan, Enrique Bàtiz, Christian Ehwald, Alberto Malazzi.

He is also active as a chamber musician and song accompanist. Since 2012 he is a member of the "Berolina Ensemble", recording 3 Cds with the label MDG. With this label he makes his appearance also as a soloist in the release „Rudorff Chamber Music“ (2015), interpreting Ernst Rudorff ́s piano works. The Berolina Ensemble won two times the prestigious „Echo Preis", the most important musical prize in German: the prize as "Best Ensemble of the year" in 2014 and the prize for the "best 19th century chamber music recording" in 2016.

Viller won other important prizes in many piano competitions, including Berliner Klavierwettbewerb, international Schubert Competition in Dortmund, International Arcangelo Speranza Competition in Taranto, International Val Tidone Competition, International Porrino Competition in Cagliari, International Scriabin Competition in Grosseto and „Premio Venezia“.

Viller has been Prof. Fabio Bidini's assistant at the Hochschule für Musik „Hanns Eisler“ in Berlin and at the International Courses in Music Performance "Talent Music Masters" in Brescia in the years 2015/2016. Since 2017 he teaches chamber music at the „Hanns Eisler“ Hochschule für Musik Berlin.


Viller Valbonesi studerede i Italien hos Mauro Minguzzi og Pier Narciso Masi. I 2010 bestod han “Summa cum laude” diplom fra “Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia” i Rom, og studerede derefter med Fabio Bidini i Hochschule “Hanns Eisler” i Berlin, hvor han bestod Konzertexamen i 2015.

Viller har optrådt i Italien, Spanien, Østrig, Tyskland, Norge, Japan, og USA, på så kendte scener som f.eks. Philharmonie og Konzerthaus i Berlin, Friedrich-Ebert-Halle i Hamborg, “Sala Petra’s” og “Sala S. Cecilia” i Rom, Sala dei Giganti i Padova, Teatro Malibran i Venezia, Troldhaugen i Bergen, Wiener Saal i Salzburg. Han har optrådt som solist i i forskellige orkestre med dirigenter som Ovidiu Balan, Enrique Bàtiz, Christian Ehwald, Alberto Malazzi.

Han er en aktiv kammermusiker og har siden 2012 været medlem af Berolina Ensemble – som har inspillet 3 CDer med MDG. Berolina Ensemblet har to gange vundet i “Echo Preis”: i 2014 som “Årets bedste Ensemble”, og i 2016 som “'Bedste indspilning af kammermusik fra det 19. Århundrede'”. Viller har vundet vigtige priser i klaverkonkurrencer som Berliner Klavierwettbewerb, international Schubert Competition i Dortmund, International Arcangelo Speranza Competition i Taranto, International Val Tidone Competition, International Porrino Competition i Cagliari, International Scriabin Competition i Grosseto og „Premio Venezia“.