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She’s well known as one of the most authorative Chopin’s interpreters. She got first prize at the Cantù Contest in 1994, second prize at the Chopin Contest in Warsaw in 2000, the artist received the Gilmore Artist Award in 2006,which is a four-year award, given only to very few piano players in the world. She performs regularly in a solo and orchestra repertoire, vaunting an extraordinary international carrier. She studied with Franco Scala e Boris Petrushansky at Imola’s Accademia Pianistica , where she now is piano teacher.