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Edoardo Torbianelli is a prominent figure in Europe in the field of classical and romantic piano repertoire interpretation. Present in famous concert seasons throughout Europe and South America, he has played historical instruments from the most important museum collections. His extensive discography (Harmonia Mundi, Glossa, Gramola, Pan Classics, etc.) has been enthusiastically received by the international critics (3 Diapason d’Or, Medal of the Hungarian Liszt Society in the Grand Prix du Disque).

He has collaborated with renowned performers such as Christoph Coin, Amandine Beyer, Leyla Schayegh, Sergio Azzolini, Pierre André Taillard, soloist of the Israel Chamber Orchestra, Collegium 1704, Baroque Orchestra of Bremen, La Banda Storica Bern, Freitagsakademie Bern, Orchestre de Savoy.

An esteemed improviser and composer, he has published works for the music publisher BIM. Among the foremost experts in piano technique of the 18th and 19th centuries, he has been a professor of historical pianos, interpretive practice, and chamber music at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis since 1998 and at the University of the Arts Bern since 2008.

A guest professor at numerous other universities and music secondary schools throughout Europe and in Colombia, he was responsible for the instrumental training of the MIMA Master (Musicology and Fortepiano Practice) at the University of Sorbonne in Paris from 2014 to 2021, and has been a fortepiano professor at the CRR of Paris, where he currently teaches the Lied et Mélodie class, as well as Artist in Residence (2014-2018) at the study center of the Abbey of Royaumont.