Leonardo MiucciPhoto: Aleksandra Renska
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
Piano concerto in D minor K466 (Flute, violin, violoncello, fortepiano)
Piano concerto in B flat major K456 (Flute, violin, violoncello, pianoforte)
Piano concerto in C major K503 (Flute, violin, violoncello, pianoforte)
Piano concerto in C minor K491 (Flute, violin, violoncello, pianoforte)
Born in Milan in 1982, Leonardo Miucci graduated in piano from Matera Conservatory in 2001, where he was a pupil of Costantino Mastroprimiano, and went on to study chamber music at Perugia Conservatory, gaining a diploma in 2003 and a master's degree in 2006. In 2005 he began his studies in fortepiano, first with Robert Levin at the Salzburg Mozarteum, then with Bart van Oort at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, obtaining a bachelor's degree in 2009 and master's in 2011. Meanwhile, he also graduated in musicology at Tor Vergata University in Rome in 2005, specializing in 18th- and 19th-century instrumental performance practice. Since 2010 he has been a researcher at the Bern Hochschule der KŁnste, and in 2012 embarked on a PhD at Bern University on the subject of philological and performance practice aspects of Beethoven's piano sonatas. He has recently published a critical edition of Francesco Polliniís fortepiano treatise of 1812, and is currently engaged in recording a cycle of Hummel's piano quartet arrangements of Mozart's piano concertos, in which he plays an original fortepiano.
Mozart after Mozart: Editorial Lessons in the Process of Publishing J. N. Hummelís Arrangements of Mozartís Piano Concertos by Leonardo Miucci