Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Sergio Fiorentino (22 December 1927 – 22 August 1998) was a 20th-century Italian classical pianist whose sporadic performing career spanned five decades. Fiorentino was born in Naples and studied at the Conservatorio San Pietro a Majella in Naples under Luigi Finizio and Paolo Denza , earned his diploma in 1946 and attended a master class of Carlo Zecchi in Salzburg in 1948. He debuted at New York's Carnegie Recital Hall in 1953. The next year, however, while on tour in Argentina and Uruguay, he suffered a near-fatal plane accident, forcing him to cut back on concertizing. This led to him becoming a teacher at the Naples conservatory where he had once been a student. In the late 1950s he made a new start in concertizing, both in his native country and in England. Most of his recordings were made during those years (1958-1965). But again, he withdrew from the concert stage, limiting his rare public appearances to his native country, and again started to regularly teach master classes. After leaving the Naples conservatory in 1993, he again began to play more in public outside his native Italy and performed in
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YouTube - Lies In A Box - You Take My Heart Away Label Propio Records Country Italy Released 1995 Genre Electronic Style Italodance Credits Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By, Written By Claudio Fiorentino , Sergio Brunelli http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXEjR3Slwq8
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Sergio Fiorentino (Piano) - Short Biography Sergio Fiorentino Memorial Site I Sergio Fiorentino Memorial Site II Concert Artist Featured Artists Sergio Fiorentino Sergio Fiorentino (Wikipedia) Italian http://www.bach-cantatas.com/Bio/Fiorentino-Sergio.htm
Extractions: Died: August 22, 1998 - Naples, Italy The Italian pianist, Sergio Fiorentino, showed his exceptional talent at an early age. Being granted a scholarship by the Ministery of Education in 1938, he studied at the Conservatorio "San Pietro a Majella" under Luigi Finizio and Paolo Denza, earning his diploma in 1946. In 1948 he attended a master-class of Carlo Zecchi in Salzburg. By that time he had already begun his career as a solo and trio player in his native country, and had won several national and international piano competitions. A new start was made in the late fifties in England. Sergio Fiorentino played frequently in Wigmore Hall and Royal Festival Hall in London and in other cities in the UK. The London Philharmonic Orchestra London Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonia Orchestra accompanied him in performances of works by Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Sergei Rachmaninov , de Falla and Gershwin. Most of his recordings were made during those years.
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Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales | ArkivMusic Fiorentino, Sergio (1) Fleisher, Leon (1) Fran ois, Samson (3) Gieseking, Walter (2) Gilels, Emil (1) Haas, Monique (3) Haas, Werner (1) Hewitt, Angela (1) Jacobs, Paul (1) http://www.arkivmusic.com/classical/Namedrill?name_id1=9930&name_role1=1&