Enzo De Rosa -NeoKlassic

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Enzo De Rosa

Italian virtuoso concert pianist and composer Enzo De Rosa commenced his piano studies with such great musicians as Tita Parisi in Naples, A.Ciccolini at the Accademia Internazionale di Biella, J.Swann e B. Petrushansky at the Accademia Pianistica "Incontri col Maestro" of Imola. He participated in various courses with such masters as: J.Demus, J. Achucarro, G. Wilson, E. Fadini. S. Fiorentino, P. Badura Skoda, R. Firkusny, L.Berman and whose teaching had a fundamental influence in his musical development.
He also studied organ and harpsichord.
Furthermore he studied composition and film music with L.Bacalov and F.Mannino.
Enzo De Rosa soon developed a vivid interest for composition and modern music. He has developed the use of electronic instruments and acquired the knowledge of modern recording technics. He was the winner of the first prize for three years in a row of the competition "Soundwork" by Yamaha for the best music orchestrated with electronic instruments.
He has been the first prize recipient of national and international music competitions as pianist and chamber music.
Enzo De Rosa has performed in recitals and concertos in most countries as a soloist, in chamber music groups and with singers.
He composed for numerous theatre productions and television shows. He has published a CD of film music for the Rai , Italian Television and Radio, four CDs of original compositions for piano and various instrument, two CD of Italian Arias with F. Pellegrino,Tenor.
He teaches at the Conservatory of Music in Benevento, Italy.
His courses include composition, history and analysis of film music and virtual digital orchestra. He is also master vocal coach for the voice department.
He received in 2006 the International Prize "Foyer des Artistes" - Rome (Italy)
as pianist and composer.
He rearranged in the form of a show titled "Cinemusic" famous soundtracks for piano and orchestra performing in major music film festivals.
He performed the soundtrack for the film "Rapsodia Satanica" (1915) music by P. Mascagni, the original piano version of the author, with live screening of the film in various festivals.