Pablo Rossi, winner of the “1st Nelson Freire National Competition for New Brazilian Talents” in 2003, has been building a brilliant musical and artistic career. He won his first prize when he was seven years old, in the IV Competition Young Interpreters of Lages, since then he has won more than ten competitions, such as the “Magda Tagliaferro Competition”, the “Encuentro Internacional de Jóvenes Músicos” (Argentina) and the “International Competition Ciutat de Carlet”’ (Spain).
As a soloist he has performed with the Chamber Orchestra of the Kremlin, the Chamber Orchestra of Moscow, the Chamber Orchestra of Auvergne, the Symphony Orchestra of Kirov, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine, the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestras of Paraná, Santa Catarina, Ribeirão Preto, Sergipe and Salvador, among others. He collaborated with such conductors as Anton Nanut, James Judd, Yoav Talmi, Roberto Minczuk, Isaac Karabtschevsky, Yeruham Scharovsky, to name a few.
Pablo Rossi was a member of the distinguished English Foundation ‘The Keyboard Charitable Trust’, playing, in the last five years, more than eighty recitals in Europe, the United States, Africa and Latin America. His intense concert career have taken him to important concert halls across Europe, such as Parco della Musica (Rome), Laeiszhalle (Hamburg), the Small Hall of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Moscow), Sala Maffeiana (Verona) and Palau de la Musica (Barcelona). Touring the Latin America, he appeared as a soloist at the “Sala São Paulo”, the Municipal Theatres in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, the “Teatro Solis” in Montevideo, “Teatro del Libertador” in Córdoba and the “Teatro San Pedro” in Monterrey.
Last season engagements included solo recitals at the celebrated Carnegie Hall in New York, the Slovenian Radio Concert Hall in Bratislava, the Barrow Centre in Barbados, the Concert Hall of the UNAM in Mexico City, the St. Maria Perivale in London and the “Sala Cecilia Meireles” in Rio de Janeiro. As a chamber music player, Pablo Rossi performed at the “Trancoso International Music Festival”, at the “Chopiniana Festival” in Buenos Aires and at the “International Keyboard Institute and Festival” in New York. As a soloist his most recent engagements where with the Petrobras Symphony Orchestra, the
Symphony Orchestra of Goiania and Youth Orchestra of the Mozarteum (Brazil). After his successful first tour to China in 2018, where he performed at the NCPA (Beijing) and the “Concert Hall” (Shanghai), he was invited to come back for the next season for solo recitals at the NCPA and “Shanghai Concert Hall”, and chamber music performances in another five cities across the country. He has also been invited to give masterclasses at the Shanghai Conservatory and Central School in Beijing.
Pablo Rossi currently lives in New York, where he pursues his second master degree at the Mannes School in the class of Prof. Jerome Rose. He was granted with the “Schonberg Pianists Stipend” and the “Goldsmith Foundation Award”. In 2012 he received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees with “high distinction” at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory under the orientation of the renowned pianist Elisso Virsaladze.
“Regardless his young age he is already an accomplished piano virtuoso” — Juan Zanata Pacheco, El Porvenir Cultural, Monterrey, Mexico
“It was a riveting performance and one can understand how this gifted pianist has already been the first prize winner of so many international piano competitions…Rossi has a beautiful tone and a great deal of polish. … His great attention to stylistic details created an enchanting atmosphere. He was in total control of the fast passages which were flawlessly captured with the right touch of pedalling … this is a young talent of rare distinction who is destined to go far is his concert career …” — Sakia Constantino, Cyprus Mail
“… astonishing performance of Mozart with a rare sensibility qualities of a complete musician … his interpretation is full of passion, enthusiasm, but also has a unique sense of tenderness and lyricism…his sound is round and full of grace, letting the course of musical phrasing flow with poetry and without complications.” — Stefano Fogliardi, Trentino Corrieri, Trento, Italy
” …the Young Artists Series at the Kravis Center’s Rinker Playhouse presented Brazilian pianist Pablo Rossi in an interesting and more than satisfying recital. … Schubert’s magical triplets came in to solidify the rhythm, was delightful …” — Ken Keaton, Palm Beach Daily News, Palm Beach, USA