Biography

Renata Benvegnùpianist

She studied at the Conservatory in Adria, receiving a Diploma in Piano Performance with the Highest Honours, Distinction and a Special Mention.

She obtained a Master Diploma from the International Academy in Imola, an “Alto Perfezionamento” Diploma in Piano Performance at S. Cecilia National Academy in Rome, both with the highest mark.

In June 2012 she completed her Master of Music at the Royal Academy of Music in London, achieving the Distinction. She was one of ten pianists admitted to a summer programme at the prestigious Music Academy of the West in California, where she studied and performed several times.

Renata has been first prize-winner in lots of major Competitions, which has made her a regular guest at many concert seasons in Italy, Switzerland, Spain, United Kingdom, California, Korea whether in solo recitals, with orchestras, or with various chamber ensembles.

In May 2014 she made her debut as soloist with the Solisti Veneti Orchestra conducted by Claudio Scimone and she toured twice in some of the most important theatres in China.

She was awarded the honour of Best Graduated in Italy in 2007 and this important achievement led to her recording a CD that was distributed by Suonare News.

Much in demand as a young Italian concert artist, Renata Benvegnù is also active on many fronts as Music Director, Teacher, Promoter and Chamber Musician. Her passion for pedagogy and education led her to complete courses to obtain teaching credentials: three specialized degrees in Music Education, Special Needs Educations and Piano Teaching from the Ca’ Foscari University in Venice.

Now she is teaching in the Padua Conservatory, at the High Schools of Piove di Sacco and at the Trinity School of London as visiting piano teacher.

She also continues her work as Artistic Director for the “Saccisica Youth Orchestra”, and for the “City of Piove di Sacco” National Music Competition.

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