August 18, 2017

Ana Maria Tradatti – Pianist

Born in Cordoba, Argentina, the pianist Ana Maria Tradatti began her musical studies with Ana Maria Ple de Mestre and continued at the conservatory of Córdoba and at the School for Fine Arts of the National University of Córdoba with Juan José Rossi. Later she studied at the Philadelphia Musical Academy, were she graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Music. She obtained her Masters degree with honors at the Manhattan School of Music in New York. All her foreign studies were realized with grants from the respective educational institutions. Her teachers were: Gary Graffman, Arthur Balsam, Constance Keene, and Susan Starr, of whom she was assistant. She also participated in master courses of Gyorgy Sandor. She has performed numerous recitals and has been invited as a soloist of important orchestras of the USA, Argentina and Mexico.

In Mexico she has been a teacher at The School of Music “Ollin Yoliztli” of Mexico City and the Escuela Superior de Música y Danza de Monterrey. Actually she teaches at the Superior School of Music by the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA) in Mexico City’s National Center for the Arts. She has dedicated a lot of her time to chamber music. She has been a member of the “Camerata Panamericana” , the trio “Ars Viva” and “Camerata Mexicana”.

Actually she is the pianist of TRIO NEOS, with whom she has participated in major music festivals of Mexico and abroad, having won a grant of the National Council for the Arts and Culture in 1989 and, on two occasions, of the Fund for Culture, Mexico/USA.

She has premiered and recorded many Mexican contemporary works for piano solo and piano and orchestra, including the concerto of Samuel Zyman. She has recorded for Sony Classical, Urtext, Global and Cenidim.

Emotional profoundness, sensibility and virtuosity were the outstanding characteristics that the pianist Ana Maria Tradatti offered

“El Norte de Monterrey ”

 

A synthesis of sensibility and purified technique.

 

Isabel Farfán

“Tiempo Libre”, Mexico