“Steinway is the voice of an artist; it's the only instrument capable of transmitting the inner feelings with crystalline purity and without interference. Steinway is my only voice.”
Carlo Pari is an Italian pianist and a Steinway Artist. He studied piano at the State Conservatory of Gioacchino Rossini in Pesaro and graduated from there with maximum votes and distinction. Additionally, he holds a degree in composition and studied orchestra conducting.
Carlo Pari’s international career led him to play in an impressive number of cities in Europe, Asia, America and Australia, and in major concert halls such as Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall and Alice Tully Hall in New York, the Great Hall, the Tchaikovsky Hall and Rachmaninoff Hall in Moscow, the Beijing Concert the Tianjin Concert Hall and the Handan Concert Hall in China, the Wigmore Hall and Steinway Hall in London, the Nybrokajen Concert Hall in Stockholm, Santa Cecilia in Rome.
He has appeared as a soloist with many important orchestras, including the Symphonic Orchestra G.Verdi of Milan, Rossini Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Symphony Orchestra, S.Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, Mav Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana, and more.
Amongst his notable artistic collaborations are Luciano Pavarotti, Mirella Freni, Giuseppe Taddei, Michele Placido, Rolando Panerai, Katia Ricciarelli, Bruno Praticò, Tullio de Piscopo, and many others.
Carlo Pari gives an important value to teaching and regularly accepts masterclasses in such prestigious institutions as: the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music, the Schnittke State Institute of Music, the Gitis Academy, the Kazan State Conservatory of Music, the Beijing Conservatory, the Tianjin Conservatory , the University of Changsa, the Yuè Yang Shi University of Music, the Sichuan Conservatory of Music, the Rizhao Conservatory, the Estonian Academy of Music, the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and the Kultuuri-ja-Humanitaarhariduse Institut, the University of Guam, the Manhattan School of Music, the Cliveland Institute of Music and Loyola University, the Cleveland Institute of Music.
He is frequently invited as a committee member at international piano competitions around the world and he was honorary guest at the vocal piano duo international competition at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory.He is an artistic director of numerous music festivals in Italy and abroad and heads the international relations office at the Antonio Buzzolla Conservatory in Adria.
Carlo Pari currentely teaches piano at the Gioacchino Rossini Conservatory of Music in Pesaro.