Pablo Rossi

piano


".....Rossi possui um belo som e grande requinte. Sua grande atenção aos detalhes de estilo criaram uma atmosfera encantadora. Ele mostrou total controle nas passagens rápidas(...) é um jovem talento de rara distinção, que está destinado a ir longe em sua carreira de concertista."
Sakia Constantino, Chipre


Pablo Rossi é o vencedor do 1o. Concurso Nacional Nelson Freire para Novos Talentos Brasileiros, em 2003.

Conquistou seu primeiro prêmio aos sete anos de idade, no IV Concurso Jovens Intérpretes de Lages. Desde então, venceu também o Concurso Magda Tagliaferro (1998), Encuentro Internacional de Jóvenes Músicos (Córdoba/Argentina 2001) e o Concurso Internacional “Ciutat de Carlet” (Carlet/Espanha, 2002).

Atuou como solista frente à Orquestra de Câmara do Kremlin, Orquestra Sinfônica de Kirov, OSESP, Sinfônica Brasileira, Amazonas Filarmônica, OER, Orquestra Sinfônica da Bahia, do Paraná, do Sergipe, de Ribeirão Preto etc. Nos últimos anos, Pablo Rossi apresentou mais de vinte recitais nos Estados Unidos e em vários países da Europa e América Latina.

Gravou seu primeiro CD aos 11 anos de idade, com obras de Chopin, Bartók, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich e Nepomuceno. Em 2008 lançou o CD “Pablo Rossi – Live at Steinway Hall”, com obras de Mozart, Villa-Lobos, Prokofiev e Chopin – gravado ao vivo em Londres. 

Pablo estudou no Brasil sob orientação de Olga Kiun. É bacharel e mestre pelo Conservatório Tchaikovsky de Moscou, onde estudou com Elisso Virsaladze, com patrocínio do Governo do Estado de Santa Catarina e do empresário Roberto Baumgart.

Atualmente, Pablo vive em Bruxelas, Bélgica.

Crítica

"Tiene 19 anos pero es un virtuoso dei piano"
Juan Zanata Pacheco, El Porvenir Cultural, Monterrey, Mexico

"Pablo Rossi is just 19 years old and a rare talent. 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 distintion who is destined to go far is his concert carrer..."
Sakia Constantino, Chipre

"Pablo Rossi, cuore e talento. Grande concerto del diciassettentene pianista Alla Filarmonica un'emozionante esecuzione di Mozart
......possiede veramente i numeri de un musicista completo. Convince innanzitutto perché è uns artista 'di cuore', capace di slanci entusiasti, potenti ed effervescenti, ma anche in grado di cogliere le magie di un tenero lirismo. E com suono rotondo è presente in ogni nota, lasciando fluire con poesia e senza complicazioni il corso del fraseggio musicale......"
Stefano Fogliardi, Trento, Italia

"Pablo Rossi is a small, handsome, eighteen year old Brazilian pianist, now studying in Moscow, who makes the biggest sound to come out of a Steinway: biggest and most beautiful, for the spectrum of pianistic colours is one of the remarkable qualities of this amply gifted pianist. The Teatro Ghione is a 500 seat, intimate theatre, made cosy with red and black plaster and velvet. This makes for an unusually dry acoustic, but some nifty pedal work from Rossi largely redressed the problem: the only pianist I have heard to do so. We have come to expect dazzling technique from Moscow-trained pianists and we were not disappointed last Sunday, but if you were to list Rossi’s qualities, right at the top of this list would be his power of musical communication.
The acciaccaturas of the opening theme of Mozart’s A minor sonata were realised in an unusual but musical way. His pacing was sheer perfection; a rhythmic impeccability which was never forced, ideally communicating Mozart’s daringly ambiguous sentiments of nobility and pathos. When I am quite sure no one is listening, I play this sonata myself, but if I practise till I am a hundred, I will never achieve this poetic panache. More: he has such independence of hands that the piano begins to sound like a whole orchestra: while the left hand is dancing a merry gavotte, the right is singing a melody with a Casals richness of tone; then the process is reversed. And non of this is showy, because it is so musically right. The second movement was daringly slow. He failed here to reckon with the dry acoustic and the melodies would cut themselves off before he surely intended; a matter which must have been as much a frustration to him as to me. This is partly the problem of mature music on young shoulders and from that angle it is churlish to complain. Joy and enchanting mischief were restored for the finale. The Chopin Andante Spinato and Grand Polonaise found him on comfortably, happy ground. He is not one of those Russian School bashers who abandon the lyricism when he gets to the Polonaise. So many young pianists introduce a circus element into Chopin’s high emotions, thereby turning it into pastiche. Not here. The rhythm is always as well-defined as the polonaise demands and the rubati introduced with grace, charm and an almost impudent musical conviction. The second half of the programme was an admirable vehicle for the Rossi virtuosity, but always with the formidable technique at the service of the music.  Villa-Lobos deserves to be better known outside his native Brazil and Rossi is a convincing ambassador; he glides and glitters through the cascades of pianistic sound in A Prole do Bebè n.1 , successfully bringing the audience in on the fun. Prokofiev too, sounds as though he is having fun in the second sonata, especially when he is lucky enough to have these notes falling under Pablo Rossi’s fingers. Monstrously difficult passages are dispatched with nonchalance. What fun! A musical communicator not to be missed. Pablo Rossi is due to repeat this recital at the Rome Brazilian Embassy on 11 April. Beg or steal an invitation.
Jack Buckley, United Kingdom, British Council

 

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Vídeos

  • Bach
  • Sergei Prokofiev Sonata n.2 op.14 IV - Vivace
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