Gloria Campaner

Italian pianist Gloria Campaner was born in Venice in 1986. Beginning studies at the age of four with Daniela Vidali, she gave her first public recital when she was five, and appeared as a soloist with the Venetian Symphonia at the age of twelve.

She took a Masters degree at the Music Academy in Pescara, studying with Bruno Mezzena, and has been selected to participate in many European masterclasses. Her concerts have been frequently broadcast on radio and TV. She won first prize and the Prokofiev Special Award at the 2009 Ibla Grand Prize, resulting in a Carnegie Hall debut and a USA tour in 2010.

A selection of articles about Gloria Campaner

Great Things to Come - Malcolm Troup listens to a recital by the all-conquering but still largely unsung pianist Gloria Campaner

 

 

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