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Bruno Canino
Bruno Canino - Biography

Instrument: Piano
Bruno Canino was born in Naples and studied piano and composition at the Conservatoire of Milan, where he has been teaching for 24 years principal piano. He played as soloist and pianist in the principal concert halls and European Feastival, in America, Australia, Japan and China.
He's been playing for more than 40 years in the piano duet with Antonio Ballista and he's part since more than 30 years of the Trio di Milano. He collaborates with famous instrumentists such as Accardo, Harrel, Ughi, Victoria Mullova, Perlman.
He's been for some years artistic director in Genova of the Giovine Orchestra Genovese (GOG), he is actually director of the autumn season of the international Campus of music in Latina. He dedicated himself intensively to contemporary music, working with Pierre Boulez, Luciano Berio, Karl-Heinz Stockhausen, Georg Ligeti, Bruno Maderna, Luigi Nono, Sylvano Bussotti and others. He performed as first executer some works of these artists. He made many recordings: some of the latest are the Variazioni Goldberg by Bach and the whole piano production by Casella; he began later Debussy's one for the Stradivarius, the first disc has already been published.
He helds a course of specialisation for piano and XXth century chamber music at the Consevatory in Berna.
His book "Vademecum del pianista da camera", edited by Passigli Editore has been recently published.