Massimiliano Damerini studied piano and structure in his hometown of Genoa. He instantly pursued a virtuoso profession playing piano in a number of important Western concert halls, including Gaveau Hall in Paris, the Hercules in Munich, London’s Barbican Center, as well as the Konzerthaus in Vienna. His wide-ranging repertoire contains the first and late Passionate intervals, with compositions by Chopin, Brahms, Franck, Fauré, and reaches modern music. He offers taken component in the Venice Biennale, the Berlin Festwochen, the Paris Event d’Automne, the Vienna Contemporary, as well as the Donaueschingen Event. Many composers possess dedicated piano functions to him in acknowledgement of his specialized capabilities and interpretive level of sensitivity. In 1992, he received the Premio Abbiati, which is definitely granted by Italian critics. His later on recorded efforts consist of some Schubert sonatas (1999), Hindemith sonatas (2002), and functions by Sciarrino (2004).