The name of Maurizio Pollini evokes an extremely important career, story of a man and an artist known all over the world, prized by audiences and critics across every latitude and several generations.
Protagonist since more than 40 years in all the major European, American and Japanese concert halls and festival, Maurizio Pollini has performed with the most celebrate conductors an orchestras.
He has been awarded many International prizes: the Vienna Philharmonic Ehrenring in 1987, the Goldenes Ehrenzeichen of the Town Salzburg in 1995; the Ernst-von-Siemens Music Prize in Munich in 1996, the “A Life for Music – Artur Rubinstein” Prize in Venice in 1999 and the Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli Prize in Milan in 2000, Artiste Etoile of the Lucerne Festival, 2004. October 2010 Pollini has been awarded the prestigious Prize Imperiale in Tokyo. 2012 the Royal Philharmonic Society Award., 2013 Laurea Honoris Causa of the Complutense University, Madrid.
In 1995 Maurizio Pollini...