Simone Alessandro Tavoni is an international concert pianist who regularly perform across Europe and winner of the BBC pathway scheme 2016.
My name is Natalia and Simone performed in our wedding, which was in the Bentley Hotel, London,November 2016. Wedding is one of the most important event in live, so everything should be perfect. We met with Simone twice:first-was repetition before wedding, I wanted to be sure, that I chosed the right person for such important event. Simone is very polite professional, who can play any music-from classic to contemporary. I gave prepared list to Simone, however, Simone advised us even better songs for wedding. The second time was during celebration in hotel. Everything was perfect: Simone came even before the time we agreed, prepared piano and was playing our first dance! It was amazing! Very warm atmosphere! Thank you, Simone, for helping us to make this day so special. I am highly recommend Simone for any event. Be sure, you can rely on his experience and soul,Natalia KolesnikNatalia kozlova 5 April 2017
Simone is a true professional, believe me when I say he will light up any event with his incredible talent and charm. He played stunning music for our Valentine's evening and all the guests were amazed at this magnificent artist's ability. I encourage anyone hoping to hire a musician to look no further than Simone because he will make it a night to remember for years to come. Thank you Simone, all the best from Ahmed Al Duboni and Don Emilio restaurant.
Simone Alessandro Tavoni has been awarded the BBC Pathway scheme during the 2015/2016 academic year. With such achievement, he had the opportunity to rehears and performing as a orchestral pianist with the BBC symphony orchestra and his performances have been recorded by the BBC radio 3. He gave solo concerts in U.K., Denmark, Hungary, France, Spain, Malta and across Italy and as soloist with orchestra he performed with the Kensington chamber orchestra, The Ashod Symphony orchestra and L.Cherubini symphony orchestra of the conservatory of Florence. The venues where Tavoni performed included the Liszt House (Budapest, Hungary), The Florence Conservatory concert hall( Florence, Italy), The Royal festival hall, The Victoria & Albert Museum, the Regent hall and San James Church in Piccadilly ( London. U.K.), the Hausmusik of Aarhus (Aarhus,Denmark ) . Other venues include Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol, Sittingsbourne, Faversham( U.K.), Copenhagen ( Denmark ), Almeria ( Spain ), the EBEN piano festival in Lagrasse ( France) and many cities in Italy like Parma, Verona, Amalfi, Lucca, Viareggio, Massa, Merano, Carrara, Norcia and Pistoia. Tavoni graduated his bachelor of music ( piano diplome ) at the Conservatorio “Giacomo Puccini” of La Spezia when he was 18 with Marco Podestà. He moved to Florence where he pursued his studies at Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini with Giuseppe Fricelli and composition with Rosario Mirigliano . Winner of an exchange program opportunity supported by a scholarship he went to study in Budapest at the Franz Liszt Academy with Kesckes Balazs, receiving lessons with Laszlo Baranyay, Andras Kemenes and masterclasses by Zoltan Kocsis and Malcolm Bilson. He moved then to London where he attended a master of performance at the Royal College of Music with Andrew Ball. In autumn 2015, after winning a second exchange bursary, he went to study one term at the Hochschule fur Musik und Kunste of Stuttgart with Peter Nagy. Simone has been generously supported by the Henry wood Trust and one of his last performances has been recorded by the Canal du Sur (Andalucia, Spain).
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