Eloisa Cascio

After finishing the high school, she graduated with honors with the Diploma and the Master’s degree in Piano at the Conservatory of Benevento under the guidance of Tina Babuscio. He deepened the performance practice of the ancient repertoire with Andreina di Girolamo, graduating in harpsichord with honors from the Conservatory of Campobasso, and in Milan with Emilia Fadini, while with Giacomo Vitale she obtained a diploma in Choral Music and Choir Conducting at the Conservatory of Avellino. Afterwards, she studied with Massimo Bertucci in Naples, and she obtained a diploma in 2014 at the Fiesole School of Music with Pietro De Maria and then a degree in Chamber Music at the Conservatory of Naples with Valeria Lambiase. She has participated in master classes held by various masters, including Laura De Fusco, Bruno Canino, Pasquale Iannone, Silvia Rambaldi, Giorgio Carnini, Gustav Leonhardt, Peter Lang – at the Sommerakademie of Mozarteum in Salzburg – Gottlieb Jracek von Armin and Johannes Kropfitsch – at Wiener Musik Seminar, in which she obtained the Third Prize at the Dichler Competition – and at the Academia Internationale d’Eté in Nice with Domique Merlet, Prisca Benoit and Olivier Gardon, as well as Teppo Koivisto, Oleg Marshev, Joseph Paratore and Henri Sigfridsson.
She made her young debut with the Orchestra del Conservatorio di Benevento; she played for the concerts of the Samnite University and was a continuist of the Ensemble Hortus Conclusus of the same Institute. She has given concerts in Italy, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Holland, Greece, Macedonia, Baltic Republics, Romania, the United States of America, Croatia and Montenegro, participating in various festivals including Salzburg Klassik, Interfest Bitola, Holland Music Session, Synthermia festival, XXIII Międzynarodowy Festiwal Muzyki Odnalezionej in Tarnow (Poland), La Grance aux Piano (France,) Eppstein Klavierfest, Timisoara Philharmonic, Portofino Classica, Armonie Meat, Piano City Naples, Festival of Vesuvian Villas. Recently, she played the Mendelssohn Concert with the Dinu Lipatti Romanian State Philharmonic of Satu Mare and Mihai Jora of Bacau. In April 2016, the University of Florida’s South of Tampa Music Faculty awarded her the “Steinway Piano Series Special Prize”, awarded annually to exceptional quality pianists to promote their career start; on that occasion she held a recital at the University on the Steinway Piano Series as well as in Texas (Dallas and Fort Worth). In the current academic year she is professor at the Francesco Cilea Conservatory of Reggio Calabria.