Corrado Peronelli

Corrado Peronelli got a diploma at the "F. Morlacchi" Conservatory of Perugia in Choral Music, Chorus Conducting and in Composition with Maestro Roman Vlad and at the "A. Casella" Conservatory of L'Aquila in Orchestral Conducting under Maestro Nicola Samale. He then specialized with Franco Ferrara and with Zoltán Peskó. He performed many concerts, both as choirmaster and orchestra conductor; as conductor, he made several recordings for RAI TRE.

His compositions are well appreciated and some of them have been selected as compulsory pieces in some national piano competitions. Corrado Peronelli also performed many concerts in duo with his wife, Gabriella Rivelli, presenting his transcriptions for songs and film music for piano four hands. In 2002 he was invited to both the Festival Valentiniano in Terni and the International Peace Festival in Assisi (2002 and 2004). He currently holds a Chair in Theory and Solfeggio at the Institute of  High Arts and Music  "G. Briccialdi"  of Terni; since 2004, he holds the Course of Music Analysis and the Course of Ear Training for II Level Academic Degrees.

Since 1989 he is a member of the Artistic Commission of the "Piccole Mani – Pietro Squartini" National Piano Competition of Perugia. For years he has started to study neuromuscular structures and in particular the hands of instrumentalists, by devising new techniques to improve their neuromotor functions. His invention, Khyroercolina (KHYROS), was largely praised by many scientists. He was invited to present the results of his researches in several conferences all over Italy.

Press release…

La Nazione, Thursday 20th April, 2002

Choir of S. Martino – Easter Concert
…performed a mass in Italian, which had been specially composed by Maestro Corrado Peronelli to celebrate the Jubilee. The results of the Maestro's work attract great praise…

Il Tirreno, Saturday 6th November, 1982

Fine concert at the Pediatrics Congress
Great success for the concert held by the "Symphonia Perusina" orchestra …. the programme of Mozart music was much appreciated, so as Maestro Corrado Peronelli's conducting and the pianist, Gabriella Rivelli.

La Nazione, Friday 7th August, 1981

Great success for the Archi Perugina Orchestra
… the young orchestra conductor of was also splendid, conducting with great sensitivity and mastery.

Il Messaggero, Friday 8th June, 1979

Young Umbrian Musicians
… a series of concerts for the Spring season of the Symphonic Orchestra of Abruzzo was held in L'Aquila, Pescara… Through his clear conducting, Corrado Peronelli confirmed his musical ability and artistic maturity…

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