Mozart project

A 12-episode video production
focused on Mozart's Fantasy in C minor K475

Live in London

Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

 

Live in Germany

Weilburger Schlosskonzerte
Internationale Musikfestspiele

L. van Beethoven: Concerto no. 3 in C minor Op. 37

Listen to the live Radio recording
with the Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz
under Nabil Shehata

Live in Poland

Polish Radio2

Duszniki Zdrój
International Chopin Piano Festival

Listen to the live recording of the recital and read the review by Michael Moran

"Federico Colli received an immediate standing ovation from the audience, not common at Duszniki."

Last CD

Sonata KK 63 in G major

"Federico Colli illuminates each work’s uniqueness and his beautiful sound consistently beguiles the ear."
The Sunday Times ★★★★★
"Touch, articulation, tone, phrasing; every element worked in step to create agile music-making alive with subtle emotions and conscious thought."
The Times ★★★★
"The real point of this recording is its wonderful pianism."
The Independent and BBC Music Magazine ★★★★★ Recording of the month
"This is a superb release from the most scintillating and personal of all young artists."
International Piano Album of the month

Piano NEWS

Magazin für klavier und flügel
Juli / August
4 / 2020
Von: Isabel Herzfeld

"A sense of eternity can be created."

Cover star

 

Federico Colli talks to James Imam ahead of the release of his latest disc of Scarlatti Sonatas -Chandos Records CHAN 20134-

 

"He is not content with simply being a first-rate pianist.
His mission is to get closer to the truth.
And guided by Thomas Aquinas’ notion that ‘beauty is the splendour of truth’ he is doing so through his playing."

Live in Czech Republic

Solo recital in Ostrava

Listen to the live recording of the concert and read the review

London Wigmore Hall

Review after the beautiful debut.
"Nothing was happening that was not actually inside the music already, waiting to be drawn out." (Jessica Duchen, theartsdesk.com)

Debut in Stockholm

Federico Colli made his debut in Stockholm with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, performing again under Sakari Oramo after the successful collaboration at the London Barbican Hall with the BBC Symphony Orchestra.