The Washington Post

You don’t expect an oboe and clarinet to team up with a piano for an entire concert. But they did Friday, when I Solisti Della Scala Trio performed at the...

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Corriere della Sera

Finally the Sonata op. 109 of Beethoven. Carusi [plays her] with very solemn and synthetic sweetness: and in this we can see that he comes from the Russian school, since in...

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La Nación

A pianist in the kingdom of freedom. Far from paradigms of equilibrium and measure, Carusi has exhibited a highly unprecedented piano tract, with explosions and extreme freedom of time and regularity....

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Amadeus

Nazzareno Carusi is the Italian symbol of a pianism that accepts the challenge of the broadest and ‘light’ media popularity without giving up the technical-interpretative rigor required by the most...

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