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Adolfo Barabino , Piano

Music of:

Liszt, Debussy, Chopin 

Adolfo Barabino, a pupil of Emilio Bonino, is an artist who combines a refined touch with a profound musical interpretation and the “Musical Opinion” describes him “…with a sound so rich in nuances that make him one of the most interesting Chopin  interpreters of his generation.”

He lives between Italy and England where he recently debuted with the London Philharmonic Orchestra recording for BBC Radio.

With the London Symphony Orchestra he recorded Chopin’s Second Concerto and the disc was nominated for the Grammy Award.

He got a ten-year contract of concerts in Japan where he regularly plays in major venues such as Suntory Hall, Tokyo Hamarikyu Asahi Hall, Kitara Hall-Sapporo, Minato Marai Concert Hall-Yokohama, Aoi Concert Hall- Shizuoka, also making several radio recordings.

In 2016, he participated in the Piano Narapi Festival in Nara, Japan, recorded live by MBS TV.

In 2018, his debut in the United States.

In addition to his concert activity, Adolfo is recording in England the complete Chopin’s works and hold masterclasses in Italy, England, Usa and Japan.

Since 2019 he has been a member of the jury of the “Concours International de piano Nice Côte d’Azur”.

Among his upcoming engagements, he will perform all five Beethoven’s Piano Concertos  in London.


Stefano Greco , piano

Music of:

Bach, Beethoven, Liszt

Stefano Greco,

multifaceted and visionary artist, Stefano Greco takes piano interpretation to new frontiers.

Specialized in Bach music, he has been invited to perform in the most prestigious concert halls and at historic occasions such as the Castleton Festival, created by Lorin Maazel. He inaugurated the season following the death of the late Maestro with a concert in his memory and honour, in which he performed the Goldberg Variations.

He performed the Variations, among other things, on a tour of the United States, Canada and Japan which led him to perform in prestigious halls such as the Opera City Concert Hall in Tokyo and the Alice Tully Hall of the Lincoln Center in New York.

His involvement with the Art of Fugue by J.S. Bach brought to light several important discoveries, resulting in conference-concerts at the BoZar Theater in Brussels, at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome; in the forthcoming book The Language of J.S. Bach: Enigmas and Their Resolution; in academic lectures and master classes at prestigious institutions of higher learning such as Bard College in upstate New York, California State University and New York University.

He has been heard in radio and television broadcasts, in stations such as CNN, RAI, RAI International, Vatican Radio, Classical Radio, Radio Beethoven (Chile), Opus 94 (Mexico), and in the famous broadcast “Reflections from the Keyboard” , directed by David Dubal in New York.

Among the recordings, the Art of Fugue by J.S. Bach, the Goldberg Variations and the first complete set of Handel’s Keyboard Suites.

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Priya Mitchell , Violin
Adolfo Barabino , Piano

Music of:

Mozart, Beethoven, Franck

Priya Mitchell

English violinist Priya Mitchell described by ” The Strad as ” one of the most significant artists of her generation, studied with David Takeno at the Yehudy Menuhin School and with Zachar Bron in Lubeck, Germany.

She was chosen to represent England in the “Rising Star” concert series, playing major concert halls from Carnegie to Wigmore Hall”.

As a soloist Priya has conducted and performed with numerous orchestras including: Moscow Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Deutsches Sinfonie-Orchester, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Philharmonia, Belgian Radio Orchestra, Sinfonia Varsovia and the Polish National Radio Orchestra.

She was recently invited as Artist-in-Residence for a week at Kings Place in London, following which she gave concerts in Copenhagen, Istanbul, Kuhmo and Seville.

In 2000, Priya founded and is Artistic Director of the Oxford Chamber Music Festival described by The Daily Telegraph as “a musical miracle” and by “The Independent” as:

“consider Oxford on the classical music world map.”

Priya plays a 1760 Tommaso Balestrieri violin.