Mauro Bertoli, pianist, born in Brescia, Italy, has established himself on the international stage and has been praised by the press for his formidable technique and exceptional sensitivity. He performs regularly for important Festivals and in major concert halls through Europe, Asia, North and South America. Mauro live performances as well as recordings from his ten albums have been broadcast on radio stations worldwide.

In 2016 he has been awarded the prestigious Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli Prize for young interpreters. A new addition to the Prize that since 2000 has been awarded by the International Piano Festival of Brescia and Bergamo, in Italy, and the CAB Foundation to personalities such as Pollini, Argerich, Kissin, Uchida, Ashkenazy, Sokolov, Lupu, Lang Lang, Temirkanov, Muti, Maazel, Ughi, Rostropovich, Maisky, and that for the first time ever has been assigned to a young pianist with an emerging international career.

Besides focusing on his solo recitals and being a soloist with orchestras, Mauro is an accomplished chamber musician and has appeared together with several renowned soloists. He  lives in Ottawa, Canada where he is Part Time Piano Professor at Ottawa University and Piano Accompanist at the Conservatoire de Musique de GatineauThanks to his interest in the different aspects of classical music, Mauro is also the founder and director of MitBravour – Artist Collective, a Management Agency for instrumentalists.

Mauro Bertoli is the Founder of PianoAccompanimentsTracks.com 

For more info please visit: www.maurobertoli.com or http://mitbravour.com/artist/mauro-bertoli

Claudia Mariano graduated in piano at the Conservatorio "F. Dall’Abaco” in Verona and obtained a post graduation degree with honours in Vocal Chamber Music at the Conservatorio "G. Verdi” in Milan.
She studied Lieder and piano Korrepetitor at the “Hochschule für Musik und Theatre F. Mendelssohn”, and opera korrepetition at the “OperaHaus” in Leipzig (Germany). She has participated in masterclasses with Irwin Gage, Helmut Deutsch, Karl-Peter Kammerlander, Francoise Ogeas, Guido Salvetti, Stelia Doz and Lidia Stix.

Claudia has performed all over the world in prestigious venues and is in great demand as an accompanist for singing/instrument courses and masterclasses. She often collaborates with Vittorio Terranova, Francesca Patanè, Denia Mazzola Gavazzeni, Adriana Stamenova-Porta, Rosetta Ely, Hans-Joachim Beyer, Stelia Doz, Jacques Tis, Jean Louis Capezzali, Giuliano Sommerhalder, Omar Tomasoni, Enzo Caroli, Paolo Carlini

As a pianist repetiteur she has worked for the Teatro dell'Opera in Milano and for the Italian Operetta Company for more than 20 opera productions. Claudia is currently collaborative pianist for SOI, the Singing Academy of Fiorenza Cedolins. 
In the last years she has been piano accompanist for several major Italian Conservatories and for international singing competitions. 

Justyna Gabzdyl, born in Poland and currently residing in Canada, is considered by Montreal’s La Presse to be “a pianist of high calibre.” After graduating from the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw (now Fryderyk Chopin University of Music), Justyna continued her education at École Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot in Paris. Her desire to perfect her skills was crowned with a Doctorate in interpretation from the Université de Montréal. During her studies, she worked with many distinguished artists, including Bronislawa Kawalla, Jerzy Marchwiński, Pascal Devoyon, Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri, Philippe Entremont, Michel Béroff, Paul Stewart and Jean-Eudes Vaillancourt.

She made her orchestral debut in Warsaw with the Student Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Lukasz Borowicz, at a concert commemorating the anniversary of Poland’s independence. She has since then performed with the Montreal Intercultural Orchestra, Orchestra 21, the Serghei Lunchevici Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Toronto Sinfonietta. She has worked with conductors such as Silvia Tabor, Paolo Bellomia, and Matthew Jaskiewicz.

Justyna has participated in several international celebrations, among others performing Fantasy on Polish Airs, Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise at the “Chopin 2010” bicentenary, and Lutoslawski’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra at the "Lutoslawski 100" centenary.

For more info please visit: www.justynagabzdyl.com

Jeremy Larson received B.M. in Piano Performance at Eastern Washington University under the tutelage of Dr. Jody Graves where he was also awarded the James Edmonds Collaborative Pianist Award for two years in a row. With over 10 years of collaborative piano experience, Jeremy is currently contracted as an accompanist at Western Michigan University and had accompanied regularly across the state.


Shane Anderson, DMA, has extensive collaborative and chamber music experience performing with all instrument and voice types in the Southeastern United States.  He has also taught and performed at the Yamaha Music School in Jakarta, Banding, and Bali, Indonesia and served as the principal pianist for both the Victoria (TX) Symphony and the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra.  Dr. Anderson’s principal piano instructors were Dr. Nelita True, Ms. Nancy Garrett, Dr. Robert Watson. 

Dr. Anderson has a particular interest in incorporating technology into music education and was among the first in the United States to teach Class Piano fully online.  He is certified as an Apple Teacher with Swift Playgrounds recognition. Dr. Anderson currently serves as head of the Music Department at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, LA.  

For more information, please visit: www.pianoboe.wixsite.com/shane 



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