harpsichordist, pianist and conductor, Giorgio
Revelli is titular organist (dating from 2007) at the Basilica of the
Sacred Heart of Bussana, Sanremo, Italy, and director of music at Saint
Maurice Cathedral, Imperia, Italy (dating from 2015).
of Taggia, Italy, Mr. Revelli achieved all of his music and academic
studies in France. At the National Conservatory of Nice, he studied organ
with René Saorgin (final
in 1992), and harpsichord and chamber music with Mireille Podeur (Early
Music Department, final exams in 1996),
and he studied piano with Polish pianist Elzbieta Glabowna. He
attended master classes at prestigious French academies with Michel
Chapuis, Marie-Claire Alain, Bernard Lagacé, Mireille Lagacé, Jean
Boyer, Harald Vogel and he was pupil of Jean Pierre Leguay as for the art
Revelli has been regularly
invited to international music festivals in Europe (France, Germany,
Italy, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Spain), with a repertoire ranging
from Early Music to contemporary and living authors.
Revelli’s performances have reached South America (Argentina, Uruguay),
Canada and the United States, and he regularly collaborates with the
Italian Ministry of Culture through the Italian Institutes of Culture
overseas, both in lecturing and in playing as a soloist as well as with
Such merits have earned Mr. Revelli the invitation for the first time in
2012 as Italian member
of the Jury, and also as appointed
member of the scientific commission from 2013 on, to the renowned
International Organ Improvisation Contest on the historic organ at
Saint-Colomban Abbey of Luxeuil, France.
Among his next 2019 concerts, a programme on Renaissance and French Baroque repertoire is scheduled on French Queen Marie Antoinette’s Reuckers harpsichord at Neuchâtel, Switzerland.