The talented pianist Kostandin Tashko returns to Nei Suoni dei Luoghi Festival

The “Nei Suoni dei Luoghi” Festival has been taking place since July. Organized by the Association “Progetto Musica” with the contribution of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, with the support of the Creduli Cooperativo Bank of Friuli Venezia Giulia and the “Friuli” Foundation.

In this Festival participated the albanian pianist Kostandin Tashko.

He returned to this festival after having previously participated. “Udinetoday” dedicated a special article to Constantine’s participation. “The guest of the evening will be the excellent Albanian pianist,” Italian media reported announcing the works he would play.Young and very talented Kostandin Tashko – this is how the Albanian pianist festival page presented it on Wednesday, August 14th at 8:45 pm at Villa Tizano.Born in 1997 in Tirana, Kostandin Tashko completed his studies at the “Jordan Misja” high school under the guidance of teacher Valbona Kasaj and later accepted at the G.Tartini Conservatory in Trieste where he is currently studying under the guidance of Teresa Trevisan. He has already performed at some of the most important festivals and has been honored many times at national and international competitions. In 2014 he was among 60 candidates selected from around the world to participate in the “Ettlingen International Piano Competition for Young Pianists” in Germany. From March 2017 until now he is the winner of 9 international competitions in Italy , Croatia and Britain etc. At the festival “he returns after having previously participated.The concert is being held in collaboration with the Trieste Conservatory.


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