Born in 2005 at Amiata Mountain’s slopes, Amiata Piano Festival is a yearly event that takes place in the amazing frame of the Bertarelli Concert Hall located in Tuscan Maremma area.
Thanks to the founders, Mr. Stefan Giesen and Mr. Maurizio Baglini, today it has become a prestigious musical date in the international panorama.
Artists’ names of high resonance and the location, an acoustics and design masterpiece by Architect Edoardo Milesi, make the Amiata Piano Festival an event of strong appeal for all music lovers.
From June to December the doors of the Concert Hall open up and the magic of the Festival begins, renewing the yearly delight joy for sight and hearing.
Attending a concert here means immersing yourself in the nature of the Maremma made of olive groves and vineyards, prestigious wine-making traditions and unpolluted landscapes.
Come to Amiata Piano Festival and let yourself be charmed by the great Performers of Classic Music, Jazz, Pop and by the beauties of the Amiata.
In occasion of the 2021 edition of Amiata Piano Festival you can decide where, when, how and with whom you want to experience this great music event in Southern Tuscany.
Use the enquiry form to let us know which kind of experience you are expecting. The more details you will give us, the better our offer will be.
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THURSDAY 29 JULY
In dance time
FRIDAY 30 JULY
American journey for five keyboards
SATURDAY 31 JULY
Sheherazade, voice from One Thousand and One Nights
SUNDAY 1 AUGUST
Wild Paths, room with coffee!
Sentieri Selvaggi Ensemble conducted by Carlo Boccadoro
THURSDAY 26 AUGUST
Inspired by Bach
FRIDAY 27 AUGUST
Music of numbers
Conference-concert with Piergiorgio Odifreddi, mathematician, Giuseppe Fausto Modugno,lecturer and pianist with the participation of Maurizio Baglini, piano.
SATURDAY 28 AUGUST
Strings in three dimensions
New Trio Italiano d’Archi
SUNDAY 29 AUGUST
Harp&Glass Harmonica: Wunderkammer Musik
SATURDAY 11 DECEMBER
Beethoven: room for 3 and 7
Maurizio Baglini piano; Gabriele Pieranunzi violin; Francesco Fiore viola; Silvia Chiesa cello;
Alberto Bocini double bass; Corrado Giuffredi clarinet; Paolo Carlini bassoon; Guido Corti
Beethoven (Trio in e-flat major op. 38 for piano, clarinet and cello, Septet in e-flat major op. 20 for
strings and winds).