David Boldrini - Organ
David Boldrini: Italian pianist, organist, composer, and conductor. He graduated with honors from “L. Cherubini” Conservatory of Florence in piano, organ, and organ composition.
He has perfected his technique thanks to studies conducted under Bruno Canino, Vincenzo Balzani, Paul Badura Skoda, and Pier Narciso Masi, winning more than fifty national and international competitions. Boldrini started his career as an accompanist, working with Katia Ricciarelli, Andrea Bocelli, Maria Luigi Borsi, Bruno Canino, and Franco Mezzena. In the meantime, he collaborated with several orchestras as a soloist. These include Bacau Orchestra, Craiova Orchestra, Formazione Maggio Musicale Orchestra, Lyrical-symphonic Orchestra of the Giglio Theatre in Lucca, the Viotti Chamber Orchestra, the Uanl Orchestra of Monterrey, Baskent University Orchestra of Ankara.
As a composer, he recently published his first original Opera recently, "L’Amante" (Da Vinci Publishing.) Amadeus, Wide Classique, and Brilliant Classics released some of his recent CDs.
Boldrini toured all over the world, performing in prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall in New York, the CRR Concert Hall in Istanbul, Roman Philarmonic at the Casella Hall, Chiasso Theatre, Kioko Hall in Tokyo, Kunstlerhaus of Monaco, Ferruccio Busoni Centre of Empoli and the Schloss Ribbek Festival in Berlin. In his career, he has been accompanist and conductor in many operas, performing in various festivals and concert seasons.