Deniel Perer

Organist and Harpsichordist
DenielBorn in the small historic town of Feltre (I) in 1989, Deniel Perer began his study of the piano and the organ in young age. In 2012 he graduated in organ with the highest honours and special prize in the class of Gianluca Libertucci at the Conservatory of Music of Castelfranco Veneto (I). At the same time, he was also studying organ the “Accademia Internazionale della Musica” in Milano with Lorenzo Ghielmi, with whom he pursued the studies at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (CH), where he got his Master certificate summa cum laude in 2014. There he is currently attending a second master program in harpsichord with Jörg-Andreas Bötticher.

Deniel attended courses of improvisation, Basso Continuo and fortepiano. He has also an activity as composer of music in the baroque and classical style.

He gave concerts as a soloist and as a continuo player with several ensembles in many concert seasons, in Italy and abroad.

Deniel deals also with the maintenance, construction and restoration of organs and other keyboard instruments. Moreover, he has contributed for several publications on the art of organ building of all historical organs of the Cadore in the province of Belluno (I).

He was awarded several prizes in competitions: the 1st prize at the “2° Concorso organistico internazionale Camillo Guglielmo Bianchi” in Varzi (Pavia), the 2nd prize at the Concorso organistico internazionale “Agati – Tronci” in San Marcello Pistoiese (Firenze) and the 3rd prize (first not given) at the 17th organ competition “Paul Hofheimer” in Innsbruck.

 

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