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Simone Vebber

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Simone Vebber, born in Trento, 1983.
He has studied Early Organ with Lorenzo Ghielmi and Fortepiano with Andrea di Renzo in the Accademia Internazionale di Musica in Milan.
He graduated in Organ and Organistic Composition, Piano (cum laude) at the Conservatory “F. A. Bonporti” of Trento (Italy), and he received the “Diplome de Concert” with honour at the Schola Cantorum of Paris, studying with J. P. Imbert.
He had the First Prize with P. Pincemaille at the class “Organ Improvisation” at the CNR of Saint-Maur (Paris), and Early Organ Music with F. M. Recchia at the Conservatory of Trento, and he has studied in the Sibelius Academy of Kuopio (Finland) with Esa Toivola and Jan Lehtola.
He is graduating in Organ with R. Antonello in the Conservatory of Vicenza.
He attended the Interpretation Masterclasses with L.Lohmann, J. C. Zehnder, Bine Bryndorf, Brett Leighton, Roberto Antonello, P. D. Peretti.

He was awarded several prizes at distinguished international competitions. He won 1st Prize in Alessandria - Italy (2001 “F. Schubert” Organ Competition), in Pistoia – Italy (2003 Organ Interpretation Competition), 1st Grand Prize and Public Prize at the “J. S. Bach Organ Competition” in Saint Pierre lès Nemour – France in 2005, 1st Prize at the “J.J.Fux” international organ competition in Graz 2010 (A) and the Improvisation Prize “C. Dobici” at the “Città di Viterbo Organ Competition”, Second Prize (without First) in the 1st “Premio Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano 2011”, Second Prize (without First) in Borca di Cadore Organ Competition and Third Prize in the Brugge Intenational Organ Competition 2009 and the “J.S. Bach Prize” at the St. Albans Competition 2011.
He is organ teacher in the Musikschule Oberengadin in St. Moritz (Switzerland).
He performed concerts in several music-festivals in Italy (Rome, Venice, Treviso, Bologna, Palermo, Padova, Milan, Modena, Verona, Aosta) and in Europe (Paris, Alpe d’Huez, Kuopio, Tampere, Regensburg, Stuttgart, Kiel ,Riga,), as soloist and with the “Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto”, the “Haydn Orchester” of Trento-Bolzano and the Mozart Orchestra with Claudio Abbado.
He has recorded Improvisations, Mozart and Hakim music, C.Moser, A.Bormioli, R.Dionisi, J.S.Bach, F.Liszt for “Suonare Records”, “Radio Vaticana”, “Rainbow Classic”, Diapason Edition, Mascioni, ORF, music of J.S.Bach for La Bottega Discantica.