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When we often think of the piano, which incidentally is the short form of the Italian word pianoforte, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart pops into our minds.  The piano is one of the most popular musical instruments in the world. The works of extraordinary people were composed and performed using the piano and is still much in use. Widely used in classical and jazz music for solo performances, ensemble, chamber music and as an accompaniment, the piano is also popular as a tool for composing and rehearsal. Because of its versatility and ubiquity, the piano is one of the world’s most familiar musical instruments.

If you are a fan of this legendary piece of musical equipment, then the concert by Rosario Pavone, which will be held next week Thursday at the Italian Cultural Institute, will be the place where you will find yourself.
Pavone, a musician from Catania, Sicily, has won over 30 national and international piano competitions performing solo and plays at the main Italian musical associations and institutions including dell’ Opera di Pistoia, Amici della Musica and Accademia Mondiae di Cultura di Roma.
The artist received a diploma in piano with top marks from the L. Perosi Conservatory and recently completed a post-graduate course in musical subjects at the A. Scontrino Conservatory.
He has performed all over Italy, Russia, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Germany, France, Croatia, England and Scotland, as well as other countries.
Rosario has been nominated Accademico ad Honorem for artistic merits by the World Academy of Culture in Rome. Currently, he teaches piano at the Fausto Torrefranca Conservatory in Vibo Valentia.
On Thursday, you will be able to see this musical genius at work and there is no doubt that you will leave his presence with even more love and admiration for the sounds of the piano. Like all the other fabulous artistic events the Italian Cultural Institute organizes, this event will be an enjoyable experience and you won’t even have to pay a single dime for it.