Brenno Ambrosini is firmly called to be one of the most important musicians on the current scene.
Born in Italy, he began his musical studies at the age of six and debuted at 11 in his hometown, Venice.



He trained in piano, organ, violin and composition with M. I. Biagi (school of Liszt), R. Cappello and U. Amendola. After finishing his studies in Italy, with the highest score and cum laude, he continued to improve with G. Oppitz in Munich (pupil of W. Kempff, school of Liszt), M. de Silva-Telles (pupil of C. Arrau) in Paris and J. Soriano (disciple of M. Tagliaferro and V. Perlemuter) in Madrid.


Brenno Ambrosini has won several great awards:




Chamber Music


Since his debut with the orchestra at the Liederhalle (Beethovensaal) in Stuttgart in 1986, he has given numerous concerts in cities in Europe, the United States and Japan, as a soloist and along with such formations as The Royal Orchestra of Concertgebouw of Amsterdam, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra , the Philharmonic Orchestra of Belgrade, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the New Philharmonia of Japan, the New Mozart Chamber in Munich, the Porto Orchestra, the Valencia Symphony, the Radio Television Symphony in Madrid and Belgrade, the Slupsk Chopin Symphony, the Bari Symphony Orchestra, the Hermitage State Orchestra of St.Petersburg, the Schnittke Symphonic in Moscow, among others, and with directors such as M.Bamert, H.Vonk, A.Ros-Marbá, or I.Gromov.

Symphonic Music


He collaborates in the performance of chamber music, since 1984 with the cellist Claudio Ronco (soloist of Clemencic Consort Wien and Razumowsky Quartet); since 1990, he is duet with the Russian violinist M. Lubotsky; since 1994 with the Dutch pianist David Kuyken; and since 2002 with the Russian violinist I. Grubert.

He also regularly collaborates with the string quartets of Prazak and Brodsky and with Jean Pierre Rampal. Founder of the Kether Piano Trio, in 2014 he offered concert rounds as Tribute to Haydn, and celebrated the 20-year anniversary of his piano duo with rounds of 4 recitals for pieces for two pianos.



The premieres in Spain of compositions by authors are outstanding, among which are: A. Pärt, N. Roslawietz, S. Gubaidulina, S. Slonimsky, A. Bax, B. Britten and F. Delius.

Authors such as H. Vartan, V. Suslin, R. Flender, S.Ikeda, F.Llàcer-Pla, T. Catalán, C. Cruz de Castro, Z. de la Cruz, T. Marco, J. Jacinto, J. Medina, E. Calandín, V. García, C. Perón, C. Maresca, A. Meoli and GF Prato have dedicated their works to him.

He has been particular attention paid to the study of the work of the Russian composer Alfred Schnittke, performing his works in Europe, Russia and Japan, and imparting Masterclass for the University of London and the Russische Musik Akademie of Dortmund on the interpretation of this author. He is an honorary member of the Deutsche Alfred Schnittke Gesellschaft and was a visiting professor at the Schnittke-Akademie in Hamburg.