Sat, Jan 18 | Pianist's Corner

Salvatore Sclafani

Classical *** Italian pianist Salvatore Sclafani will be presenting a concert-lecture about Argentine and Spanish music.
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Salvatore Sclafani

Time & Location

Jan 18, 2020, 8:00 PM
Pianist's Corner, Dejonckerstraat 47, 1060 Sint-Gillis, Belgium

About The Event

10€ Reservation/12€ At the door

 5€ Reservation/7€ At the door (Student discount)


Salvatore Sclafani was born in Palermo (Italy) in 1991.  

He graduated in Music Performance (Piano) with La Plus Grande Distinction, and in Music Pedagogy with Grande Distinction, at Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles, as a disciple of Eliane Reyes. In addition, he holds a Bachelor in Foreign Languages and Literatures (magna cum laude, Università degli Studi di Palermo).

He has been pursuing a PhD in Arts at Université libre de Bruxelles  about the influence of the folk element in the interpretation of some of the piano works by Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983), while further refining his skills as a concert musician in Boyan Vodenitcharov's class at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel and pursuing his interest in chamber music repertoire by being enrolled in the Chamber Music Masterclasses at the prestigious Opheus Instituut in Ghent.  

Salvatore has been awarded several prizes in international competitions, such as the « International Caraglio Competition » in Italy and the « Concours Festival – Répertoire Pianistique Moderne » in France.  

After working at académies and conservatoires in Belgium and France, he is now a full-time piano teacher at Conservatoire de Maubeuge (France).



Carlos Guastavino (1912-2000) 


Diez cantilenas argentinas (excerpts):

Santa Fe para llorar 

El ceibo  

Abelarda Olmos  

Santa Fe antiguo  


Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909)

El Albaicín (excerpt from the Suite Iberia – Book III)

Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983)

Suite de Danzas criollas, op. 15

I. Adagietto pianissimo

II. Allegro rustico

III. Allegretto cantabile

IV. Calmo e poetico

V. Scherzando – Coda. Presto ed energico

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