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Davide Pozzi

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Davide Pozzi got the diploma with full marks of harpsichord, fortepiano and clavichord, and organ and organ composition at the Conservatorio G. Verdi in Milan. At the same conservatoire he got a first-class degree in organ. He completed his studies at the Civica Scuola di Musica di Milano with Lorenzo Ghielmi, and then at the Schola Cantorum in Basilea, attending Andera Marcon and Jean Claude Zehnder’s classes.

After being given a prize in several organ and harpsichord national contests, he won the second prize as harpsichordist of the “Estro Cromatico” ensemble at the international contest “Bonporti” in Rovereto and the Bärenreiter prize at the “Telemann” in Magbeburgo, whose chairman, in both contests, was Gustav Leonhardt.

The concerts’ activities brought him to play all over Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Portugal, Spain, Austria, Croatia, Poland, Finland, Latonya, Israel, Usa and Japan, performing for concert bodies of the highest levels as: : Tage Alte Musik Regensburg, Museum of the Instruments and Berlin’s Philarmonie, Salle Gaveau, Salle Pleyel e Cité de la Musique Paris, Berlin and Vienne’s Konzerhaus , Amsterdam’s Concertgebow, Tonhalle Zurich, Società del Quartetto Milano, Teatro alla Scala Milano, Teatro Regio Parma, Teatro Real of Madrid, Auditorium of Milano, Teatro degli Arcimboldi Milano etc.
He’s been invited to collaborate with groups such as La Venexiana, L’aurasoave Kammerorchester Basel, Kammerorchester Zürich, I Barocchisti, KammeraKademie Potsdam, the symphonic and baroque Orchestra La verdi of Milano, Il falcone, La magnifica comunità, Il canto di Orfeo, I solisti di Pavia and others.

As a harpsichordist and fortepiano player he performed the solo concerts with orchestra of J.S. Bach, Galuppi, Serini, C.P.E.Bach, Johann Christian Bach and others with many ensembles in Italy and abroad. Worth to be remarked is the execution of concert 1058 of J.S. Bach in Berlin’s Philarmonie under Sergio Azzolini’s direction, the V Bach’s Brandenburg concert in the Regio theatre in Parma with Enrico Dindo, the 1052 concert and again the Brandenburg concert in Auditorium of Milano. In 2012 he played in a solo tournée in Germany with Emmanuel Pahud, first flutist of Berliner Philarmoniker, performing a J.C Bach concert and the V Bach’s Brandenburg.
He recently participated to prestigious tournées all over Europe with Cecilia Bartoli and with Simone Kermes.

In 2013 he was invited by Basel’s Kammerorchester as a solo for the BWV 1056 and the Cantata with solo organ BWV169 of Bach with the famous countertenor Andreas Scholl.

He recorded the concert for Fortepiano and orchestra Wq 35 of C.P.E. Bach for the Sony Classical with Streicherakademie Bozen’s orchestra.

As an organist, he is constantly invited to seasons born to exploit the historical patrimony and to play on prestigious instruments and copies.

He recorded more than 40 CDs and many broadcasts for Rai TV, Rai radio 3, Decca, Sony, Stradivarius, Naive, Glossa, Chandos, Amadeus, Bongiovanni, Tactus, Bottega Discantica, Arts and live for various t radio and television broadcasting stations all over the world.
The last of his five solo CDs, edited in 2012, is dedicated to C.P.E. Bach’s Sonatas for fortepiano and harpsichord and got extremely positive reviews by the critics.

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