Composer

The New Romantic

Award-winning British-Argentine composer and concert pianist Polo Piatti is one of very few high-profile international musicians concentrating exclusively on the creation, performance and promotion of melodic, universally appealing classical music. He is considered a leading neo-romantic composer.

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He believes very strongly that only tuneful music is able to generate deep positive emotions, and in doing so, contribute greatly to a much better world today.
 

His compositions have been performed and loved all over the world for their evocative and passionate character.

Considered a pioneer performer of classical piano improvisations since his youth, he toured most continents premiering his own works as a soloist and with orchestras throughout Europe, Asia, North and South-America.

Piatti is a member of the Royal Society Of Musicians Of Great Britain, the Ivors Academy and the British Music Writers Council, among many other prestigious organisations.

Polo Piatti on Wikipedia

LATEST COMMISSIONS

& UPCOMING PREMIERES

MULTI-FAITH ORATORIO (2020/2021))

World Premiere, Opus Theatre, Hastings, UK

London Mozart Players, Hastings Sinfonia, etc. 24th April 2021

CHRISTMAS CONCERTO for GUITAR & ORCHESTRA (2019)

World Premiere - venue TBC

Sergio Puccini (guitar), December 2021

 

CONCERTO FOR CELLO & ORCHESTRA 2020

World-Premiere, De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill-on-Sea, UK

International Composers Festival, 20th May 2022

VIRTUOSO PIECE FOR FLUTE & PIANO 2020 (in work)

Privately commissioned to be performed by BBC Young Musician Woodwind finalist, flutist Daisy Notton

Daisy Noton (flute), date and venue to be announced

 

"I believe in the emotional power of natural melodies, in beautiful harmonies and gentle rhythms. In a type of music that touches the hearts and by doing so changes the minds of people for the better.”  Polo Piatti

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You are listening to 'And At The End Of It All, This' performed by Polo Piatti (piano) and the City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra