Peroni, Emilio

He was born in 1977 in Neuquén, Argentina. He began his music studies at the age of seven at the “Escuela Superior de Música” (Superior School of Music) in that city where he graduated as a piano professor and guitar teacher. He was teaching in this establishment since 1995 to 2002.

He has been awarded several prizes:

First Prizes:

• Contest: “Oscar Lorenzo Fernández” and first prize for the performance of “Tres estudios en forma de sonatina” by Oscar Lorenzo Fernández.
• Contest: “Concurso Inaugural Patagónico de Neuquén” and third prize for the interpretation of an Argentine piece of music.
• Contest: “V Concurso Pau Casals”; Centre Catalá, Rosario - Argentina. He studied with Angel Soler (Barcelona - January 2002)
• Contest: “VI Concurso Bienal Juvenil 2001-2002”  organized by Music Festivals in Buenos Aires - Argentina.

Second Prizes:

• Contest: “VII Concurso Homenaje a Alberto Williams”;  Necochea - Argentina
• International Scholarship: “Drago Mitre 98”; He studied with Carlo Bruno (Italy - 1999) and was granted a stipend by the Mozarteum in Argentina to continue his studies.

Third Prizes:

• Contest: “XVII Concurso Premi Zanuy”; Berga - Spain

Other awards:

• Prize DAAD, “Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst” (German academic exchange service), through the “Hochschule für Musik und Theater” in Rostock, Germany.
• Stipend KAAD, “Katholischer Akademischer Ausländerdienst” (German Catholic academic service for foreingers).

He has developed his music studies with distinguished teachers in Argentina such as Martín Morales (Neuquén, 1992-1997) and Aldo Antognazzi (Buenos Aires, 1996-2002). Together with Mr. Antognazzi he participates in the integral recording of the Piano Sonatas by M. Clementi.

His concerts either as a soloist or as regards chamber music have taken place mainly throughout Argentina, Italy and Germany. He played with orchestra under the direction of Alexander Izmirliev (“Orquesta Sinfónica de San Juan”, “Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Argentina”), Jorge Rotter (“Orquesta Sinfónica de Rosario”, Argentina), Frank Beermann (“Hochschulorchester Rostock”, Germany), Christian Hammer (“Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock”). He also played with the “Orquesta Municipal de Cámara de Rosario”, Argentina and the “Orquesta de Cámara de Neuquén”.

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