Benedetto Lupo has been described by critics as an "exceptionally fine pianist... who has a remarkably fine touch and beautiful tone control" (The Oregonian).
Praised for his "keen musical intelligence and probing intellect" (Miami Herald), and for combining "meticulous technique with romantic sensitivity" (Birmingham News), he has gained worldwide recognition.
After winning the bronze medal in the 1989 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Benedetto made acclaimed debuts with several major American orchestras, as well as chamber appearances with the Tokyo String Quartet. His New York City recital debut at Alice Tully Hall followed in 1992, the same year he won the Terence Judd International Award, which in turn led to his debut at London's Wigmore Hall. Benedetto Lupo’s recent North American performances Tanglewood Festival, Los Angeles Philharmonic; Baltimore Symphony; Mostly Mozart Festival, Chicago Symphony.
In Europe, he has appeared in his native Italy with the Orchestr...