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Hailed by the critics as the leading Latin American and Spanish music pianist, Rosa Antonelli is one of the most renowned artists in the world of music today. She has performed at some of the world's most renowned stages and is now set to perform at the Carnegie Hall in New York City, once again. The Argentine pianist has had an active and diverse career so far, with her work praised by many. Her flawless technique and artistic insight has mesmerized countless, all over the world. With Rosa Antonelli tickets in hand, this artist's par excellence music can be enjoyed live in person.
Since 1998, Rosa Antonelli has been one of the legendary Steinway Artists, recognition of her excellence in music and her mastery of the piano. Antonelli has performed at such venues as the Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall Home of Jazz, The Allen Room and Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium and Ronald O. Perelman Stage.
Rosa Antonelli has played premieres of works by the likes of Guastavino, Piazzolla, Gianneo and Ugarte. She has performed before audiences all over the world and was responsible for introducing American audiences to Alexander Scriabin's Piano Concerto Op. 20 in F# minor. At the Lincoln Center, Antonelli performed the New York premiere of Albeniz's L'Automne.
Antonelli has performed in many other parts of the world as well. She has played the piano in Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Countries where she has played solo, with chamber and with an orchestra include Austria, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Spain, Netherlands, Switzerland, Israel, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic, Romania, Greece, Yugoslavia and Egypt.
In Latin America, Antonelli has performed in her home country, Argentina, as well as in Brazil, Bolivia, Chile and Colombia. Her first European tour took place in 1987 and was followed by a world tour that saw her play in twenty countries of the world, situated in Africa, Asia and Europe. She has also been sponsored by governments, including the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Office of the President in Germany, Italy, Egypt, Colombia, Chile, Brazil and her native, Argentina.
Antonelli has also been sponsored by a large number of other renowned musical and cultural organizations in the world. This includes Poland's Chopin Society, Rome's Italo-Ibero American Institution, Belgium's Alex Vries Foundation, and the Jose Marti Cultural Center in the Netherlands, Greece's International Artistic Center Athenaeum, the Socrea Society and the Collegium Musicum di Latina, amongst many others.
She has performed at some of the most famous classical music venues, including Naples's Grenoble Auditorium, the Palazzo Visconti in Milan, the Ateneo Theater in Madrid, Warsaw's The Ostrowski Palace and many more. Antonelli concerts have also been broadcast on TV to many parts of the world. She has also recorded a number of pieces, including Esperanza Sounds of Hope and Remembranza, to name a few.
Antonelli's recordings are available at Barnes & Nobles outlets as well as on Amazon and a number of other online sites. She has won accolades for her music and is also a philanthropist who performs many concerts for various charities. These have benefitted the Millennium Tree of Nations, the UN Woman's Guild Children's Fund, the UN Millennium Development Goals, World Habitat Day and many other charities. As a young, up and coming artist, she also won scholarships to participate in the International University Music Program, where she won the Rosa Sabater Award.
Now this Argentine piano prodigy can be seen live in concert at the Carnegie Hall with Rosa Antonelli tickets in hand.