Ida Pelliccioli - piano

date: since 10.2014 place: World In progress

Ida Pelliccioli was born in Bergamo in Italy. She studied at the Nice Conservatoire de Région and at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris-Alfred Cortot in the class of Serguei Markarov, a Unesco Artist for Peace, and with André Gorog.

During her studies, Ida Pelliccioli was awarded several scholarships, amongst them, one from the Zygmunt Zaleski Foundation and one from Fondation Albert Roussel.

Before becoming a full-time pianist, Ida Pelliccioli received a double master diploma at the Sorbonne University - in Italian Literature and in Ancient Greek History, specializing for the latter in the practice of music during the Hellenistic period.

Ida Pelliccioli participated in number of master-classes, among others with Jean-Claude Pennetier or Gerard Wyss, and received a double diploma in interpretation and pedagogy, at the École Normale in Paris.

In 2009 Ida Pelliccioli was awarded silver medal in the National Claude Kahn Competition (no first prize).

Ida Pelliccioli has been performing in France (during the summer of 2014, she was invited to perform in two festivals in France, “Un piano sous les arbres” at Lunel-Viel, and “Fêtes Musicales de Pionsat”, where she was invited by the pianist Racha Arodaky), Italy and in Greece. For the nearest future, Ida Pelliccioli is planning concerts in Great Britain, Russia, Poland and in the Balkan region.