Eugenia CANALE


Age: 35 years old

Country: Italy

Born in 1989, Eugenia Emma Canale received a Bachelor degree in piano by Conservatorio “Guido
Cantelli” in Novara with 100 and honors, studying with Mr. Vincenzo Cerutti; in November 2013,
she obtains the piano Master’s degree with 110 and honors, with Mr. Luca Schieppati. She is also graduated in piano courses with Mr. Pier Narciso Masi in Florence’s Music Academy. She carries on her artistic activity performing both as a soloist and in a Duo.
Playing in Duo with the flutist Mme Chiara Pavan, Mme Eugenia Canale gains different competitions,
including: VII “Premio Nazionale Delle Arti” (chamber music category), held Conservatory of Trieste; “Nuovi Orizzonti” International Competition in Arezzo (1st prize), “Città di Riccione” Competition (1st prize), “Gaetano Zinetti” International Competition in Sanguinetto (Outright 1st prize), “Premio Antonio Bertolini” (Outright 1st prize), International Competition “Società Umanitaria” in Milano (1st prize), “Luigi Nono” Competition in Venaria (1st prize) and many others. She often performs abroad: she has played in Budapest, Pecs, Eger, Zagreb, Marseille, Colony, Athens, La Valletta, Amsterdam.

She has won the scholarship “Master of Music Talents” by the Turin’s CRT Foundation. She put beside Classical Music a great interest in Jazz Music, attending courses with Mr. Mario Rusca, Oscar Del Barba, Dado Moroni, Stefano Battaglia, H. Ludemann, A. Keitha, P. Alderighi, A. Cappelletti, N. Stranieri, R. Alessi, D. Borotti, C. Roncelli, Emilio Marinelli, Roberto Zechini, performing in national and international contexts.
Concurrently performing concerts, she is also teaching music: Piano, Music theory, History of Music, Harmony, Improvisation. Her experience as a teacher has been belt both with children and in Academic levels; she frequently does training in High Schools with musical and choral singing workshops.

Since January 2013, she is the director of the “D’Altrocanto” choir, with whom practices Italian popular music traditions and others; thanks to international seminars and personal research, she enhances her interest in Comparative Musicology, giving attention to various cultures music expressions, experimenting with new possible communication channels that could exist between them.

Photocredit: Enrico Omodel Salè