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Arianna Radaelli

Arianna Radaelli, harpsichordist and pianist from Milan, graduated in piano with Silvia Rumi at the Conservatory of Milan (2015) and then attended a piano specialization Master with Paolo Bordoni. She completed a Master in harpsichord and historical keyboards at the Como Conservatory (2017), in the class of Giovanni Togni, after which she obtained a Master's degree in Performance and one in Pedagogy in the classes of Francesco Corti and Andrea Marcon at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (2019, 2021).  

She attended harpsichord, historical piano, organ and improvisation classes held by musicians including E. Fadini, B. Cuiller, S. Sempé, B. Martin, E. Baiano, C. Rousset, J.A. Bötticher, D. Börner, L.F. Tagliavini, G. Tabacco, O. Baumont.


She won solo and chamber music competitions, including the 19th 'Biagio Marini' Chamber Music Competition and the 19th 'Paola Bernardi' International Harpsichord Competition in Bologna. She performed in concert with conductors such as Jordi Savall, Václav Luks, Alfredo Bernardini, Andrea Marcon and Luca Quintavalle. Arianna has been musical assistant in the staging of baroque operas at the "Internationale Händel-Festspiele Göttingen" and "Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik" and plays concerts in Europe both as harpsichord and historical piano soloist and as member of ensembles and baroque orchestras at festivals, including "Freunde Alter Musik Basel", "Styriarte Festival", "Urbino Musica Antica", "Actus Humanus Gdansk", FEMUBA. Arianna is co-founder of the duo Alter Ego and plays with Abchordis Ensemble, Anima&Corpo Ensemble, Camerata Salzburg, Mozarteum Orchester, Ensemble Zefiro, Bachakademie Stuttgart, Café Zimmermann.  


Arianna devotes herself intensively to music pedagogy: from 2021 to 2023 she taught basso continuo and was accompanist at the Institut für Alte Musik der Universität Mozarteum Salzburg. Since January 2023, she has been teaching harpsichord and basso continuo at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart.   

Harpsicord and Organ

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