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Winner of a vast array of national and international prize both in Europe and the United States, Mattia Ometto has established himself as an artist whose gifts hark back to the Golden Age of classical piano performance, gifts that reflect an artistry formed in equal parts by inspiration derived by his Venetian background, the influence of his studies in Paris with the legendary Aldo Ciccolini, and in Palm Springs with the American virtuoso Earl Wild.

Ometto performs regularly in Europe and the United States, including recitals in Paris: Théatre du Rond Point des Champs Elysées, New York City: Carnegie Hall, Bargemusic, Venice: Gran Teatro la Fenice, New Jersey, Los Angeles with Lyric Symphony Orchestra, Des Moines, Chicago, Boston, Berlin, Ankara with Academic Baskent Orchestra, and in Bulgaria with Vidin State Philharmonic Orchestra. An avid chamber music player, Ometto collaborates with internationally acclaimed colleagues like pianist Leslie Howard, bass Andrea Mastroni and soprano Francesca Scaini. Live broadcasts of his performances and interviews have been heard on numerous radio stations, including BBC London, Rai International, Radiotre, Raitrade, Radio della Svizzera Italiana, Radioclassica, Radio Romania, Iowa State Radio, Kanal B Ankara and WGBH Boston.

Born in Padua in 1982, Mattia Ometto graduated summa cum laude from the Venice Conservatory of Music where he studied with Professor Anna Barutti. Also an active teacher, Ometto gives masterclasses as visiting artist at Drake University in Des Moines (Iowa), Redlands University and the International Institute for Conductors in Vidin. He is a faculty member at “A. Corelli” Conservatory in Messina and “C. Pollini” Conservatory in Padua, Italy.

Mattia Ometto


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