Roberto Prosseda is an extremely gifted pianist most closely from the less popular piano functions of Felix Mendelssohn. Certainly, his Mendelssohn group of recordings for Decca holds what “rarities” and “discoveries” within the covers, as well as the repertory — the lately unearthed Piano Concerto in E small (the so-called No. 3, reconstructed by Marcello Bufalini) and different solo functions previously unrecorded — completely lives up to the statements. Prosseda in addition has ventured onto additional pretty uncharted turf, documenting the entire piano outputs of Goffredo Petrassi and Luigi Dallapiccola, the second option series making five Diapason honours from the important French musical journal Diapason. Prosseda offers appeared at a few of the most exclusive concert locations across Europe as well as the U.S., including Carnegie Hall, the Berlin Philharmonie, and Wigmore Hall in London, sites where he launched the Mendelssohn E small Piano Concerto. Despite his devotion to the tiny known, Prosseda’s repertory is definitely hardly limited by it: he takes on a range of functions by J.S. Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Chopin, Brahms, and many more. Prosseda can be a highly well known musicologist, one factor providing him an advantage in excavating rarities by Mendelssohn while others, aswell as editing difficult compositions. Prosseda’s recordings can be found within the Decca and Naxos brands. Roberto Prosseda was created in Latina, Italy, in 1975. From 1994-1998 he analyzed in the Accademia Pianistica in Imola, where his most significant teachers had been Boris Petrushansky and Alexander Lonquich. He previously subsequent training in the Cadenabbia, Italy-based International Piano Basis under Leon Fleisher, Charles Rosen, Dmitri Bashkirov, and Karl Ulrich Schnabel. Prosseda received a string of piano competition awards, including in the Franz Schubert Competition in Dortmund as well as the Salzburg-based W.A. Mozart Competition. In the first years of the brand new hundred years, Prosseda began showing up regularly at main concert locations in European countries, Asia, as well as the Americas and was also energetic unveiling and championing many previously unfamiliar piano functions of Mendelssohn. In the 2007-2008 time of year Prosseda presented several discoveries and rarities on tour in Berlin, Leipzig, Milan, London, Toronto, the Kuhmo Chamber Music Event (Finland), Ravenna Event, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, and additional notable locations. Prosseda released his acclaimed group of Mendelssohn piano functions for Decca in 2006 using the recording Mendelssohn Discoveries, which included 13 previously unrecorded single piano items. Among his later on recordings may be the 2009 Decca Compact disc comprising the Mendelssohn E minimal Piano Concerto, with conductor Riccardo Chailly.