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Edoardo Bellotti

Edoardo Bellotti is a renowned expert of early Italian Keyboard literature and performance practice, particularly in thorough bass and improvisation. He teaches historical organ at the Musikhochschule of Trossingen (Germany) and is regularly invited to give seminars and master classes in Europe, the United States, Canada, Japan, and Korea. Bellotti has combined his performance career with a career in musicological research, publishing articles and texts, critical editions of keyboard compositions of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and presenting his research at international conferences. Since 2003 he has been artistic consultant of the Smarano International Organ Academy (Trento, Italy). He has made several recordings on historical instruments which have received critical acclaim.
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Promenade: Paintings of the Memorial Art Gallery - Edoardo Bellotti
Italian organ virtuoso Edoardo Bellotti creates this musical “promenade” based on a sampling of paintings at Rochester Memorial Art Gallery. Improvisations by Bellotti connect organ works by Frescobaldi, Pasquini, Vivaldi, and others, which are paired with seven paintings. Includes full-color images of the paintings and notes by Nancy Norwood, the museum’s Curator of European Art. Performed on the museum’s organ, the only full-size Italian Baroque organ in the Western hemisphere.