Sonata Op. 106
Considered one of the best Argentine pianists (Buenos Aires Herald - P.Bardin) and a pianist of extraordinary talent (Lazar Berman), Antonio Formaro has consolidated his career both for his technical brilliance and interpretative depth, as well as for his extraordinary musical training, which earned him the title PhD in musicology by the UCA (Argentine Catholic University) in the field of musicology and interpretation for his doctoral thesis on the piano work of Felix Mendelssohn, which places him in a unique way among the Latin American pianists.
Since 2016, Formaro has been touring Argentina as part of the "Las huellas del piano project", which was declared “Of interest” by the Ministry of Culture of the Nation, and includes the making of a documentary about the tours that since the beginning of the 20th century took great pianists along the country, documenting the pianos, rooms and musical associations that paid home to this wonderful recitals.
He has recorded 4 CDs that reflect both his expertise in Mendelssohn and in the promotion of the Argentine repertoire. He has also graduated as Professor of Piano at the National Conservatory Lopez Buchardo and a professional degree of Composition of the Faculty of Arts and Music Sciences of the UCA, where he directs the Department of the Piano career.