Wed Nov 29 2023 at 01:15 pm to 02:15 pm


St Dunstan-in-the-West | London, EN

Lunchtime piano recital presented by Giulia Toniolo
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M. Clementi (1752-1832) Piano Sonata in C major Op. 34 n.

1 Allegro con spirito Un poco andante,

quasi allegretto

Finale. Allegro

A. Scriabin (1872-1915) Fantasie in B minor Op. 28

F. Chopin (1810-1849) Barcarolle in F sharp major Op. 60

L. Liebermann (1961) Gargoyles Op. 29

Presto Adagio semplice, ma con molto rubato

Allegro moderato

Presto feroce

Free admittance - donations greatly apprciated


Italian pianist Giulia Toniolo studies at the Royal College of Music in London as an RCM Scholar for an Artist Diploma with N. Fisher and D. Alexeev. She completed her Master of Performance degree with Distinction at the RCM in 2023 as a Robert Turnbull Piano Foundation Scholar. Giulia began her studies with Professor Maddalena De Facci and graduated at 16 with full marks at the Music Conservatory “A. Buzzolla” in Adria. From 2016 to 2021 she studied at the Academy of Music in Pinerolo (Italy) in the class of Pietro De Maria, Andrea Lucchesini, Enrico Stellini, Filippo Gamba and Ricardo Castro and achieved the Master Diploma. In 2018, Giulia was selected for the Venice Music Master with Maestro P. De Maria held at the Sale Apollinee of the Gran Teatro La Fenice. In 2019, as winner of the 20th Maria Giubilei International Piano Competition, Giulia won a Scholarship to attend the Summer Academy courses with M. Aquiles Delle Vigne at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. In 2021 she received an Honorary Diploma as she was the winner of the Scholarship as the best student of the Piano Masterclass of M. Andrea Lucchesini at the Stefano Strata Music Academy (Pisa); she was also selected to attend the specialization course with M. Lilya Zilberstein at the prestigious Accademia Chigiana in Siena. Giulia has performed various solo recitals for festivals and in venues including The Royal Albert Hall (Elgar Room), St James’s Church in Piccadilly, St. George’s Church in Hanover Square, St. Olave’s Hart Street in London, “Il Maggio del pianoforte” at the Teatro Diana in Naples, “Primavera di Baggio”, the “46° Cantiere Internazionale d’Arte” in Montepulciano, “Il Festival delle Nazioni” in Rome, “Concerti a Palazzo” at the Palazzo Ragazzoni in Sacile, “E Lucevan le stelle…” at the Villa Rospigliosi in Lamporecchio, Sala dei Giganti in Padua, Teatro Duse in Asolo, Teatro delle Muse in Pineta di Laives, Teatro Zancanaro in Sacile, Teatro Eden and Museo Santa Caterina in Treviso, Palazzo Ragazzoni in Sacile, Palazzo Cavagnis, and Palazzo Albrizzi in Venice, among others.

Giulia has performed as soloist with orchestras including the JOL Orchestra at the Ciudad de Léon Auditorium (Spain), the Concentus Musicus Patavinus Orchestra (Padua) at the Sala dei Giganti of Palazzo Liviano in Padua, and the “Vivaldi Auditorium” in Jesolo, the Monferrato Classic Orchestra, Ferruccio Benvenuto Busoni Orchestra in Empoli (Florence). Giulia is also a dedicated chamber musician, having played festivals in Italy alongside a string duo and trio, such as “Nuovi Concertisti” for the 38th Portogruaro International Music Festival, “Carniarmonie”, “Armonie in città”.

Giulia has also achieved competition success, having won First Prize in the 27th International Piano Competition “Stefano Marizza”, in the 33rd International Competition “Premio Rovere d’Oro” and in the 13th International Competition “Premio Crescendo 2022” in Italy; Second Prize at the 6 th International Béla Bartòk Piano Competition in Graz (Austria) and was laureated at the 24th Sochaczew Chopin Festival in Poland, playing at the Chopin Museum in Żelazowa Wola and the Szustra Palace in Warsaw. In 2021, she won Second Prize at the “Il Maggio del Pianoforte” International Piano Competition; she was a finalist and winner of Second Prize at the Tschaikowsky Prize in Sobrio (Switzerland) and the winner of the piano audition for the 46th Cantiere Internazionale d'Arte of Montepulciano. In 2022 she won Second Prize at the Giangrandi-Eggmann National Award in Cagliari and she was also a finalist and winner of the Special Prize “S. Pettini” at the 6th edition “La Palma d'Oro” Piano Competition in San Benedetto del Tronto.


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St Dunstan-in-the-West, 186a Fleet Street, London, United Kingdom

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