10th Series of Brilliant Young International Musicians: Ida Pelliccioli (piano)
February 27 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm£9.00 – £13.00
Ida Pelliccioli was born in Bergamo, Italy. She studied at the Nice Conservatoire de Région and at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris – Alfred Cortot in the class of Serguei Markarov, Unesco Artist for Peace. During her studies, Ida Pelliccioli was awarded several scholarships, amongst them, one from the Zygmunt Zaleski Foundation and one from Fondation Albert Roussel.
Ida Pelliccioli participated in number of master-classes, among others with Jean-Claude Pennetier, Gerard Wyss and she received a double diploma in interpretation and pedagogy, at the École Normale in Paris.
She received artistic guidance from Norma Fisher who teaches at the Royal College of Music in London and she is one of the rare pianists to have received guidance from the Cuban concert pianist Jorge Luis Prats.
Ida chose to avoid the international competition circuit and, before becoming a full-time pianist, received a double masters diploma at the Sorbonne University – in Italian Literature and in Ancient Greek History, specializing for the latter in the practice of music during the Hellenistic period.
Ida has been performing throughout Europe and Canada. During the 2021 Season, she will make her debut in Serbia, Estonia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Ireland and Romania.
In February 2018, she gave a solo recital in Milan under the patronage of Yamaha Italy. Ida shows a great interest in contemporary music and she will premiere works from the following composers in 2021 – Raffaele Bellafronte and Jean-Luc Gillet.
Ida has always been open to other forms of art and collaborations. In 2015 and 2016, she collaborated in Paris with Florian Pautasso, a young stage director, during the creation of his play ”Notre foyer”. She also appeared on screen, playing the role of a pianist, for the American TV Series “Find me in Paris”
In 2019, she was cast in the role of the pianist in the short movie ”Quand on ne sait pas voler” directed by Thomas Keumurian.
Tickets at £13 or £9 for members of St Peter’s Trust will be available from the White Horse Bookshop one month in advance of each recital.