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Fanfare Magazine. CD Abrazando Latin Embrace

Excerpts from the review by Huntley Dent at FANFARE MAGAZINE . Complete Review ” I was captivated by Antonelli’s ability to create and sustain every mood in the program from Baroque dignity to the rustic exuberance of the Tres Danzas Argentinas by Luis Gianneo…” ” …the warmth of this album’s title is matched by piano…

Rosa Antonelli: a Pianist of Beautiful Emotion

She started playing when she was just four years old, gave her first concert at seven and at twelve started to teach. Still playing the piano she has had since she was fourteen (she had it shipped from Argentina), Rosa is the true embodiment of a child prodigy, now grown up. Like most geniuses, she…

Pianists From the Inside – July, 2012

‘I felt connected to music right away’ My initial motivation probably came from my mother, who was an opera singer: she was singing all the time during my childhood and so I felt connected to music right away. Also, most of my other family members were musical hobbyists who played different instruments. Read More…

Reviews of Rosa’s Carnegie Hall performance – October 15th, 2011

On October 15th at Carnegie Hall a star was born. Her name is Rosa Antonelli and that name will soon be flashing in lights at all the great concert halls all over the world. I have seen many “greats” at Carnegie Hall including the incomparible Horowitz and Rosa Antonelli is the closest I’ve seen to…

Review of Rosa’s October 24, 2012 Performance

At a Harvardwood-sponsored recital at the Down Town Association, the Argentinian pianist Rosa Antonelli demonstrated why critics and audiences have held her in high regard throughout her career. The program consisted mostly of works by well-known Spanish composers (Isaac Albéniz and Enrique Granados) and tangos by Astor Piazzolla, the Argentinian powerhouse whose seemingly countless works…

Fanfare Magazine Reviews on her CD REMEMBRANZA by Albany Records Label

…Antonelli is considered a leading exponent of Spanish and Latin American music. One can easily see why: her playing is temperamental, vital, confident, and it beams with a sense of purpose and physicality that perfectly suits the dance rhythms that characterize much of the future repertoire and most notably the Piazzolla, Villa-Lobos, and Nazareth works…

Fanfare Magazine Interview with Rosa Antonelli – March/April 2013

Con Amore: A Conversation with Rosa Antonelli (By Robert Schulslaper) Time flies. It seems that only yesterday I was speaking with pianist Rosa Antonelli about her forthcoming Carnegie Hall debut (Fanfare 35: 1). Today, that happy occasion is more than a year in the past, but Rosa’s not one to let the grass grow under…