Prize winner of many National and International competitions, Chiara Biagioli is considered one of the most captivating pianists of the younger generation. She combines her versatile artistry as a soloist, chamber musician, collaborative artist and teacher.

Praised for her technical command, distinctive sound quality and profound artistry, she made her orchestral debut in 2013 performing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the G. Verdi Orchestra of the Turin's Music Conservatory (Italy), directed by Giuseppe Ratti. In 2018 she performed as a soloist with the De Sono Chamber Orchestra and in 2019 she made her North America debut performing Mozart's Piano Concerto KV 488 with the Colburn Orchestra (Los Angeles, US), conducted by Ben Manis.

Ms. Biagioli has performed extensively throughout Europe and North America, including debuts in venues such as Zipper Hall and Thayer Hall in Los Angeles and Steinway Hall in Beverly Hills, Vittoria Theatre, Carignano Theatre, Auditorium Orpheus, Villa Tesoriera, Salone del Libro and G. Verdi Concert Hall in Turin. Her touring schedule has taken her to the Music Academy in Pinerolo, La Fenice Theatre in Venice, Vatican Museum in Rome, Salle Empire in the Principality of Monaco, Poppelsdorfer Schloss in Bonn, Rubinstein Musik Akademie and Koenigsallee in Duesseldorf, Hochschule fuer Musik und Tanz in Cologne and Schloss Laudon in Vienna.

Featured in many Festivals such as Unione Musicale, Polincontri Classica and Mozart Nacht und Tag in Turin, European Young Artists Festival in Mondovi, Beethovenfest in Bonn, Klassische Soirée auf der Koeln in Duesseldorf, Klaviernacht in Cologne, Kulturverein Linusreisen und Linuskultur in Mondovi and the European Music Institute in Vienna; she has performed for organizations including Lions Club International, Rotary International, Inner Wheel Club Torino and Amitié Sans Frontières Internartionale.

Top prizewinner in 2017 at the A. Rubinstein International Piano Competition in Duesseldorf, Ms. Biagioli has been also awarded scholarships from the Lions Club International Foundation (2018), the CRT Bank Foundation (2016 - 2018), the De Sono Foundation (2015 – 2017), the Pinerolo International Academy of Music in Pinerolo and the G. Verdi Conservatory of Music in Turin (2014 - 2015).

Committed to engaging with his surrounding community, Ms. Biagioli regularly performs for Public Benefit Organizations at schools, hospitals and retirement homes, and she is engaged in teaching and providing musical education to the young generation. In 2018, during the concert held by the pianist at the G. Verdi Conservatory in Turin, with the aim of supporting the project to raise awareness and prevention of female cardiovascular diseases, she was awarded the Melvin Jones Fellow by the Lions Club International, as a symbol of the deep commitment in supporting humanitarian projects through music. In 2014 Ms. Biagioli has participated as a Featured Young Artist to a masterclass held by Pianist Lang Lang in a project broadcasted by Italian RAI-Television.

Significant for her musical growth were the collaborations and masterclasses with world-renowned pianists and pedagogues including Fabio Bidini, Jerome Rose, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Benedetto Lupo, Alexandar Madzar, Lilya Zilberstein, Orli Shaham, Jean Marc Luisada, Dominique Merlet, Clive Greensmith, Martin Beaver, Paul Coletti, among others.

She is currently pursuing her Professional Study Certificate degree at the Colburn School in Los Angeles (US) with Fabio Bidini. She previously earned her Master degree in Piano Performance at the Hochschule fuer Musik und Tanz in Cologne (Germany) with Fabio Bidini and her Bachelor degree with the highest grades and honours at the G. Verdi Conservatory in Turin (Italy) with Claudio Voghera.

Chiara Biagioli is a piano teacher at the Jump Start Project and works as an Accompanist for the department of the Academy and Conservatory of Music at the Colburn School of Music in Los Angeles (USA).

Her professional career is supported by the CRT Foundation Bank and the De Sono Music Foundation.

Ms. Biagioli speaks Italian, English, French and German and she studied ancient Latin and Greek.

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