Roberto Antonello

Roberto Antonello, after studying organ, choir composition and conducting, musicology at Bologna University and with Daniel Roth at CNM in Issy-les-Moulineaux (Paris), got a number of organ prizes including the 2nd at 17th Grand Prix de Chartres 2000.

He performed in many organ festivals in Europe, South America and Canada, recording the complete César Franck’s organ works (1st Italian player recording) and Giulio Viozzi’s ones (1912-1984, 1st recording and score edition).

Active as composer and musicologist, he edited works from the South American baroque age and the organ duet transcription of « Peter and the Wolf » by Prokof’ev.

Invited as teacher and lecturer to the International Academies in Edinburgh, Göteborg, Alkmaar, to the Conservatories in Paris, Strasbourg, Fribourg and to the International Colloquia Jehan Alain on his 100th birth anniversary, he is jury member in international organ competitions (Toulouse, Béthune, Alkmaar, Opava…). He teaches organ at Vicenza Conservatory.