Daniela Cammarano graduated with High honors and Magna Laude as a student of Maestro G. Maestri at the Conservatorio
Giuseppe Verdi of Milan in 2002. She played as soloist with many orchestras around the world (Filarmonica Sibiu, Botosani Orchestra
botosani, Filarmonica Milano...) and with conductors as Gelmetti, Khun, Rath and many others... Recent highlights have included concerts
in chamber groups in Italy (Parco della musica / Roma, Musica insieme/Bologna, SocietÓ dei concerti/Milano, Amici della musica/Firenze...)
and worldwide (Argentina, France, Egypt, Greece, Swiss, Romenia, Sweden, Spain, Japan, Korea...). Her collaborations included renowned
artists as A. Carbonare, P. Gulda, B. Canino, G. Pieranunzi, K. Bogino...
2013 will be the year of the debut for Brilliant Classics (Complete piano and violin music by A. Rubinstein with A.
Deljavan) and Decca/Universal (Chamber works by Mendelssohn). Upcoming engagements include concerts in Chiasso and Wien (Complete Beethoven
Sonatas). Invited as Concert Meister in the most important italian Theatre Orchestras until 2011 it was a member of the 'Quartetto di
Fiesole' and played a G.B. Guadagnini violin (1780).
Daniela is currently a professor at the 'A. Scontrino' Conservatory in Trapani.
Daniela Cammarano and Alessandro Deljavan
Alessandro Deljavan began studying piano in 1989, not even 2
years old, making his debut the following year. He graduated in piano at age 16 at the "G. Verdi" Conservatory, Milan. In over 15 years
of concert activity, has been applauded in the major theaters around the world (Austria, Colombia, Italy, Argentina, Belgium, South
Korea, France, Germany, Slovakia, Poland, Russia and the United States). Competition successes include the "Gina Bachauer Young Artists
Competition" in Salt Lake City, Usa (the first Italian in the history of the competition), Van Cliburn in 2009, where he received the
"John Giordano Jury Discretionary Award" and, in 2010, the Isang Yun International Competition in South Korea. He has recorded works
by Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, A. Rubinstein, Cramer and Cramer-Busoni, Satie, for OnClassical, Stradivarius, Brilliant Classics and
Naxos new label, Grand Piano. Deljavan is among the selected young artists attending the 'International Piano Academy Lake Como', Italy,
and 'International Piano Foundation Theo Lieven', Suisse, one of the most famous in the world, where he meets regularly very prestigious
personalities such as W. Nabore, D. Bashkirov, P. Frankl, Fou Ts'ong, J. Perry, A. Staier. He is part of the cast with Kissin, Pappano,
Rosen in a film about Liszt, produced by Italian RAI TV. Since 2010 has been professor of piano at the "E.R. Duni" Conservatory, in