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Czech Chamber Music Society • Federico Colli

The piano recital is one of the most distinguished forms of chamber music. The wonderful young pianist Federico Colli returns to the Rudolfinum in January for a programme of romantic works performed alongside Czech music from the inimitable Leoš Janáček.

Subscription series R | Czech Chamber Music Society


Leoš Janáček
On an Overgrown Path 
4. The Madonna of Frýdek
5. They Chattered Like Swallows
7. Good Night!

Robert Schumann
Forest Scenes, Op. 82

Franz Schubert (arr. by Maria Grinberg)
Fantasy in F Minor

Edvard Grieg (arr. by Grigory Ginzburg)
Peer Gynt 


Federico Colli piano

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Rudolfinum — Dvořák Hall

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Federico Colli  piano

Federico Colli

Praised by The Daily Telegraph for “his beautifully light touch and lyrical grace”, Federico Colli has been rapidly gaining worldwide recognition for his compelling, unconventional interpretations and clarity of sound. The remarkable originality and highly imaginative, philosophical approach to music-making have distinguished Federico’s performances and recordings as miraculous and multidimensional. Federico’s first release of Sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti, recorded on Chandos Records for whom he is an exclusive recording artist, was awarded “Recording of the Year” by Presto Classical. The second volume of Scarlatti’s Sonatas was named “Recording of the Month” by both BBC Music Magazine and International Piano Magazine and it has been chosen by BBC Music Magazine as one of the best classical albums released in 2020.

Following his early successes including the Gold Medal at the 2012 Leeds International Piano Competition, the International Piano magazine selected him as one of the “30 pianists under 30 who are likely to dominate the world stage in years to come”. Henceforth, Federico went on to perform with world’s renowned orchestras (Mariinsky Orchestra, St Petersburg Philharmonic, BBC Symphony, BBC Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and many others), working with esteemed conductors. One of the most prolific and intriguing recitalists, Federico showcased his mastery in some of the world’s most famous halls and has appeared in festivals such as Klavier Festival Ruhr in Dortmund, Dvorak International Festival in Prague, Chopin and his Europe International Festival in Warsaw, Lucerne Festival, and Ravinia Festival in Chicago.

Federico’s concerts in 2021/2022 season include piano concerts with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI and The Sichuan Symphony Orchestra. Recital appearances include the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Stockholm Konzerthuset, Vienna Ehrbar Saal for the Bechstein Piano Series, Leeds Town Hall, a recital tour in North America (San Francisco’s Herbst Theatre, Gilmore Rising Stars Series and Vancouver Chopin Society), and a duo recital with violinist Josef Špaček at the Prague Rudolfinum.

In addition to live performances, Federico maintains busy recording schedule. His future releases projects on Chandos include a Russian project focused on Shostakovich and Prokofiev, as well as spread over five years a multi album Mozart project with solo and chamber music repertory. Out of his love for the music of Mozart, during the pandemic Federico created an educational series of short videos for his YouTube channel designed to re-discover Mozart’s Fantasy in C minor, K 475 and place Mozart’s musical ideas in a historical and cultural context. 

Born in Brescia in 1988, he has been studying at the Milan Conservatory, Imola International Piano Academy and Salzburg Mozarteum, under the guidance of Sergio Marengoni, Konstantin Bogino, Boris Petrushansky and Pavel Gililov. 

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