Stage: Final - 6th Prize
STAGE ONE - SELECTION: C. Debussy, Images II série
STAGE TWO - SEMIFINAL: J. S. Bach, Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 879
STAGE THREE - FINAL: F. Chopin, Polonaise-fantaisie in A-flat major, Op. 61; Etude Op. 25, No. 11
Giulio Corrado started his piano studies at the age of seven with Daniela Ferracin at the "Fondazione Diocesana Santa Cecilia" in Brescia. In 2012 he continued his musical studies with Pinuccia Giarmanà at "Conservatorio Luca Marenzio" in Brescia, where he earned the master's degree with highest scores and honors, 110 cum laude, in march 2022. He is currently followed by Alexander Romanovsky and he is attending a three years piano advanced course under the guidance of Konstantin Bogino and Fabiano Casanova at the “Fondazione Accademia Perosi” in Biella (Italy).
He participated in several masterclasses with Federico Colli, Roberto Bianco, Dina Yoffe, Andrea Turini, Lovro Pogorelich, Mats Widlung and Bruno Canino. He performed for several concert seasons including “Le X Giornate di Brescia”, "Rassegna Pianoforum” in Cremona, “Festival Pianistico Brescia e Bergamo”, "Livorno Music Festival", “Roma Tre Orchestra”, “Rassegna Giovani Eccellenze della Fondazione Diocesana Santa Cecilia”, “Musica in Laguna d’Arte” in Chioggia.
He obtained placements in various National and International Competitions: first prize at "Concorso Pietro Montani" (2014), second prize at "Premio Giulio Rospigliosi" and finalist at the International Piano Competition "Premio Giulio Rospigliosi, Schumann Prize" (2018), third Prize at 1st World Piano E-Competition “NapoliNova” (2020), first prize at “Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition, Paris” (2022), first prize at “Caneres International Music Competition, Wien” (2022).
He has played in various chamber ensembles like “Trio Naturlaut” with Filippo Passarella and Alessandro Alghisi, in piano-violin duet with Filippo Passarella, Viola Benaglia and in piano- cello duet with Maria Clara Mandolesi.