Norwegian pianist, Oda Voltersvik, holds a masters degree from the Royal College of Music in London (RCM), and now studies with professor Gabriele Baldocci at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She has played for international pianists including Leif Ove Andsnes, Menahem Pressler, Gary Graffmann, Ian Brown, Christina Ortiz, Alexander Kobrin, Marios Papadopoulos and Vladimir Krainev.
Concert venues at which she has performed include the Norwegian National Broadcasting, opening concert during the Grieg Jubilee 2007, Jacqueline du Pré Concert Hall in Oxford, the 1st International Folk Music Festival in Beijing, several solo and chamber music concerts for the Bergen Chamber Music Society and the international Grieg in Bergen Series. She has performed concertos with the Sinfonietta of Athens and Norwegian–Polish Youth Orchestra in Poland and in Bergen, as well as recitals in many venues in London. In august 2014, she was Artist in Residence for a week at Troldhaugen (Grieg`s home).
Pianist Giulio Potenza was born in Palermo in 1990 in Italy. He started his piano lessons at the age of six with Roberto Giordano, and in 2000 he entered the Conservatory of Trapani, where he received his piano diploma with the highest ranking under the tutelage of Walter Roccaro. He studied at the Imola Piano Academy with Franco Scala and at the International Piano Academy of Sesto Fiorentino with Gabriele Baldocci. In recent years Giulio has attended masterclasses and lessons held by pianists including Irene Inzerillo, Riccardo Risaliti, Denis Pascal, Christos Sakellaridis, Deniz Gelenbe, Douglas Finch, Bruno Canino, Margaret Fingerhut, Martino Tirimo, Barry Snyder, Martin Kasik, Christine Croshaw, David Kenedy, Eugene Asti, and Pascal Rogè.
Giulio has enjoyed success at major piano competitions and has performed as a soloist and chamber musician across Italy, England and Tunisia including at venues such as Regent Hall, Blackheath Halls, Farnham Maltings Arts Center, Somerville Music Society in Oxford, A.Gi.mus in Rome, the Rai Auditorium of Palermo, the Lindenbaum Music Association, Old Royal Naval Chapel in Greenwich, and the Stratford and East London Music Festival. He has performed with the Florence Symphony Orchestra, directed by Piero Bellugi, and in London with University of London Symphony Orchestra, directed by Daniel Capp. Recently he played at the Hammamet Piano Festival where he gave a master class.
Giulio successfully completed a postgraduate diploma with Distinction at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance supported by the Alfred Kitchen Scholarship, and is now attending an Artist Diploma Course under the tutelage of Gabriele Baldocci supported by the Trinity College Music Trust. He also holds a Bachelor in History from the University of Palermo
- Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
- Rondo in A minor for Piano
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
- Allegro in B minor
- Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
- Ballade No 2 in F
- Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)