Lunchtime Piano Trio Recital David Malus_'s Recital

Thursday 16th May, 12:55pm

David Malus_'s Recital
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Recital Programme

1. F. Schubert: Klavierstuck in E flat major, D 946 n°2

2. F. Chopin: 12 Etudes op. 25

3. A. Scriabin: Sonata n° 4 in F sharp major, op. 30 


David Malusà's Biography 

David Malusà was born on November 6th, 1985 in Pavia, Italy. He started playing the piano at the age of 6 and graduated in October 2005 from the Conservatory of Vicenza with the highest score (10 cum laude). In 2005 and 2006 he studied with Leonid Margarius; from 2006 to 2008 he studied with Vincenzo Balzani. 

He has taken part in master-classes held by M° Joaquin Achucarro, Sergey Babayan, Barry Douglas, John Lill, Benedetto Lupo, Marios Papadopoulos, Kathryn Stott, William Grant Nabore', Ruth Nye, Virginio Pavarana, Menahem Pressler, Arie Vardi, Tamas Vasary. He completed the Masters in Music programme and the prestigious Artist Diploma Course at the Royal College of Music where he was taught by Niel Immelman and Vanessa Latarche.

David has performed as a soloist in Italy, France, Great Britain, Germany, Czech Republic and Croatia. His debut recital at the Wigmore Hall in London received high praise from both the public and the critics and was recorded for “Mitchell Capitals Records”.
His repertoire includes a wide range of music from Scarlatti to George Benjamin, and includes the complete Chopin Etudes, op.10 and op.25. 

He won numerous prizes at piano competitions, both national and international, such as the first prize (score 100/100) and a special prize at the competition "Citta' di Cantalupa" in 2004, the first prize at the competition "Citta' di Carrara" in 2005, the first prize at the international competition "Citta' di Cortemilia" in 2006, the second prize at the international competition "Paul Hindemith" in Berlin in 2010 and the first prize in the Jaques Samuel Pianos Intercollegiate Piano Competition 2010 in London. He won the first prize at the North London Music Competition (Sonata class) 2011 with the cellist Ariana Kashefi. In 2009 he was awarded the Nora Popple Award from the Royal College of Music and a consistent scholarship from Rotary Club Pavia. In 2010 he was supported by the Henry Ts Enterntainment.
In July 2005 he took part in the Summer Master-class "La Sonata Classica e Romantica" as a student with a special merit, at Roana, Italy, and in July 2006 he was invited to return there as the Assistant.

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