Defined by the press as "one of the most interesting musicians of the latest generation", Luca Oberti has followed an artistic and human path which, thanks to his commitment, tenacity and perseverance, has led him to becoming one of the top musicians on the international scene. During his years training alternating between Milan and Paris, he tackled mastering keyboard instruments and composing, dedicating himself passionately to searching for new sound identities and new forms of communicating the musical language. It was his meeting with Emilia Fadini which brought him to discover the richness of the ancient world of music, while thanks to Christophe Rousset he made the decision to play the harpsichord, the main instruments of his artistic expression. Due to these factors and his innate passion for the theatre, together with Christophe Rousset's request to help him with various productions, Luca was introduced to the opera. This setting then saw him the protagonist in the world's most important theatres (La Monnaie in Brussels, Théatre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, Beijing Poly Theatre, Theater an der Wien, etc.). In the meantime, Luca continued his intense solo concert circuit which he started at a very young age, collaborating with soloists, ensembles and orchestras. His most rewarding collaborations included that with the Cappella Mauriziana of Milan, Les Talens Lyriques of Paris, La Venexiana and the China Philharmonic Orchestra. Luca's international recognitions include his first awards at the "M. Galanti" organ concert in Mondaino (2000), at the "G. Gambi" harpsichord competition in Pesaro (2008), his honorary diploma from the Accademia Chigiana of Siena (2008), and the National Award for the Arts granted to him by the Italian Ministry for Education, Universities and Research (2009). A passionate scholar of learning mechanisms, Luca dedicates himself to developing innovative and more efficient study methods, applying Neuro-linguistic Programming techniques to music. He teaches harpsichord and figured bass at the Milan Music School and all top ancient music courses.
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