Piano Recital by Nicolò Giuliano Tuccia


We are thrilled to welcome to the Library the prodigiously talented young italian pianist Nicolò Giuliano Tuccia.



D.Scarlatti: K32-K1

F.Mendelssohn: Variations Serieuses Op.54

F.Liszt: Ballade in C minor  n.2

S.Rachmaninov: Moments Musicaux Op 16 n1-3-4 


Nicolò Giuliano Tuccia is considered one of the most sensitive and interesting musicians of his generation. Born in 1999, he  graduated with honours from the “B. Maderna” Conservatory in Cesena in 2022.  He boasts over 50 awards in important national and international piano competitions, including First Prize at the MAP International Music Competition in Los Angeles. He has performed in prestigious venues throughout Europe and Italy, such as the Municipal Theater of Bologna, St Marie Perivale Church and  Steinway Hall in London, and the Concert Hall of the IIC in Berlin. In 2024, he will be touring in Poland (Gdansk, Warsaw, and Krakow)  and will be recording with the prestigious Naxos label, featuring works by Franz Liszt and Julius Benedict.   In 2025, he has been invited to perform a recital at the Klavierhaus in New York.

This concert is promoted by the Keyboard Trust with special funding from the Robert Turnbull Piano Foundation.   


The Robert Turnbull Piano Foundation annually awards grants to young classical pianists of all nationalities at the start of their professional careers. It has a global reach, reflecting not only Robert’s devotion to music but also his lifelong passion for travel.  rtpianofoundation.com


If you would like to attend the concert at the British Institute Library, please register here or write an email to bif@britishinstitute.it  

The registration fee is 20 Euro per person.