Joined Nov 12 2013
Antonella Di Giulio is an outstanding pianist, musician and pedagogue. She regularly performed throughout Europe for many associations and festivals as a soloist and in different chamber music ensembles. The German Newspaper Rheinische Post describes her music as performed ”“… Mit ihrer kompetente Virtuosität, ihrer breit gespannten Expressivität wie ihrer enormen Klangsensibilität…“ (with competent virtuosity, broad expressivity as well as huge sound sensibility).
Since early childhood, Antonella won many national and international competitions. Active as a performer, her music brought her in very different venues She has a particular interest in contemporary composers. She is recording a CD for a project,”Land”, in collaboration with the Italian composer Biagio Putignano.
Antonella is also a dedicate music and piano teacher. She has written a music exercise book for preschool children, a music reading book, and “Sequenze libere”; additionally she writes for different magazines (Conservatori.com,Artinsieme, [email protected]).
She holds the position of Artistic Director of numerous workshops. She is founder and director of “Opus Zero”, a no-profit the nurtures the love for arts, offering education through the arts to everyone and opportunities to young performers and artists.
She is often invited as a guest teacher and pianist at different workshops, summer camps, and seminars (Suzuki Convention in Turin 2006, Italian Suzuki Convention 2009- piano teacher).
She holds degree from Conservatorio Santa Cecilia in Rome and Accademia Pucciniana in piano performance. After she moved to the US, she earned a MM in piano performance from SUNY Buffalo, where she is actually also a PhD candidate in Musicology and Music Theory.