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Paolo Crivellaro
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Paolo Crivellaro completed his studies in organ and piano in Milan and Basel and began a brilliant career as concert organist which has led him to play in renowned Concert Halls (Philharmonie Berlin, Finlandia Hall of Helsinki, Palais of Arts in Budapest, Mariinski Theatre of St. Petersburg, Torch Center in Seoul, Meistersingerhalle of Nürnberg, Istanbul International Music Festival) and in major Cathedrals (Vienna, Madrid, Berlin, Stockholm, Lisbon, Tokyo, Brussels, Cracow, Dresden, Roskilde, Haarlem, etc.).

 

Since 1990, he has conducted an intense teaching activity in various Academies and Summer Courses throughout Europe. As guest professor he is periodically invited by distinguished Universities and Hochschulen to hold masterclasses (Paris, Prague, Helsinki, Tokyo, Lyon, Göteborg, Seoul, Amsterdam, St. Petersburg, Groningen, etc.). Since 2001 he is Professor of Organ at the “Universität der Künste” of Berlin.

 

Many also the organ competitions in which he has been invited to be part of the judges’ panel: Odense International Organ Competition, Toulouse-les-Orgues, Prague Spring Music Festival, Innsbruck (Paul Hofheimer), Alkmaar (Internationaal Schnitger Orgelconcours, Freiberg (Silbermann Orgelwettbewerb), Linz (Anton Bruckner), Magadino (Festival Organistico Internazionale), Milan (Cathedral), Kotka, Füssen, etc.

 

Honorary Inspector for the Italian Ministry of Culture, between 1978 and 1992 he was responsible for the catalogueing of over 200 historic organs for the National Trust for Artistic and Historical Treasures. His experience in the field of organ history and organ-building includes research and lectures, and he is author of a number of articles on the subject, some of them translated into various languages for specialized organ magazines. In 2014, he published the book „Die Norddeutsche Orgelschule – Aufführungspraxis nach historischen Zitaten“ (Carus Verlag).
 

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