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Costantino Catena

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Occupation  pianist
Years active  1990–present

Name  Costantino Catena
Role  Soloist
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Born  6 April 1969 (age 46) (1969-04-06) Polla, Italy
Education  it:Conservatorio Giuseppe Martucci Salerno University Second University of Naples
Albums  Richard Strauss And The Piano, Liszt: Piano Trios
Similar People  Mauro Tortorelli, Claudio Brizi, Michele Campanella, Aldo Ciccolini

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Costantino Catena (born 1969) is an Italian pianist.

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Biography and career

After graduating from the Giuseppe Martucci Salerno State Conservatoire under the guidance of Luigi D'Ascoli, Costantino Catena continued and completed his piano studies with Konstantin Bogino, Bruno Mezzena, Boris Bechterev and Aldo Ciccolini. He also studied composition and he graduated in Philosophy at the Salerno University and in Psychology at Second University of Naples.

His concertistic activity is as soloist and he is active in the field of chamber music too, collabor with leading artists such as Alessandro Carbonare, Michele Lomuto, Franco Maggio Ormezowski, Gabriele Geminiani, Massimo Quarta, Saschko Gawriloff, Sabrina-Vivian Hopker, Claudio Casadei, Lynne Dawson, Mauro Tortorelli, Maja Bogdanovich, Claudio Brizi, Aki Takahashi, Quartetto Savinio.

He chairs the piano professorship in the Domenico Cimarosa State Conservatoire in Avellino and he is recording artist for Camerata Tokyo since 2010.

Costantino Catena is Yamaha Artist.

Discography

  • Camerata Tokyo CMBD-80005 (2013) The Sound of the Concert Grand Fazioli F278: Costantino Catena plays Debussy and Schumann
  • Camerata Tokyo CMCD-28309 (2014) Richard Strauss and The Piano (Costantino Catena & Quartetto Savinio)
  • Camerata Tokyo CMCD-15141〜2 (2 CD, 2016) Franz Liszt: Two Saints (Costantino Catena, piano)
  • Camerata Tokyo CMCD-28299 (2014) Franz Liszt: Piano Trios (Costantino Catena, piano - Paolo Franceschini, violin - Claudio Casadei, cello)
  • Camerata Tokyo CMCD-28293 (2013) The Hidden Orchestra (Hiromi Okada & Costantino Catena, piano - Claudio Brizi, organ)
  • Camerata Tokyo CMCD-99077~8 (2 CD, 2013) Harmonium Pearls (Claudio Brizi, harmonium - Costantino Catena & Carlo Palese, piano)
  • Camerata Tokyo CMCD-15133〜4(2 CD, 2012) Franz Liszt: Venezia e Napoli (Costantino Catena, piano)
  • Camerata Tokyo CMCD-28320 (2015) Robert Schumann: Piano Quintet op. 44 & Piano Quartet op. 47 (Costantino Catena & Quartetto Savinio)
  • Camerata Tokyo CMCD-20109~10 (2 CD, 2011) Franz Liszt: Complete Works for violin and piano (Mauro Tortorelli, violin - Costantino Catena, piano)
  • Da Vinci Classics C00015, 0806810877883 (2017) Antonio Salieri: Piano Concertos (Costantino Catena, piano - Orchestra del Conservatorio Domenico Cimarosa di Avellino - Antonio Sinagra, dir)
  • Nuova Era International NE-7395(2005) Thalberg/Liszt: Works for violin and piano (Mauro Tortorelli, violin - Costantino Catena, piano)
  • Phoenix Classics PH-99512 (1999) Ferenc Liszt: Musica per violino e pianoforte (Mauro Tortorelli, violin - Costantino Catena, piano)
  • Camerata Tokyo CMCD-28346 (2017) Franz Schubert: 3 Klavierstucke D946 & Fantasie D940 (Aki Takahashi - Costantino Catena, piano),
  • Oracle Records (2014) The greatest classical piano masterpieces (Costantino Catena, piano)
  • Istituto Liszt (2008) Rarità lisztiane (Mauro Tortorelli, violin - Costantino Catena, piano)
  • References

    Costantino Catena Wikipedia


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