Four-handed magic effect: Fornari and Nosè give emotions.
The Amadeus Piano Duo offered an intense and virtuous program with very profound moments of a sublime poetic level.

(L’Arena, 26 September 2020)

The Amadeus Piano Duo, formed by the Veronese pianists Valentina Fornari and Alberto Nosè, was born in 2014 from the will of the two interpreters to combine their important solo experiences and their musical maturity, to give life to a chamber music formation that has a brilliant concert career both in Italy and abroad.

The eclectic piano duo, in addition to deepening the vast classical repertoire, is also very attentive to the discovery of original pieces by composers less known to the general public; their concert programs range from Bach to jazz music and transcriptions, many of which are edited by themselves.

They are regularly invited to hold masterclasses and to take part as jurors in national and international piano competitions.

Also active in the field of teaching, they founded the Amadeus Academy for which they hold master classes for piano duo.

They are organizers of the international piano competition Amadeus Competition and founders of the independent record label Amadeus Sound Project for which they recorded their first album The Art of Amadeus Piano Duo.

In 2021 the Velut Luna label released their second album dedicated to the original transcription for two pianos of The Planets by G. Holst.

Amadeus Piano Duo is a registered trademark.


She graduated in piano at the Trento Conservatory, then specializing in Music Therapy at the University of Bristol, in music teaching and chamber music with full marks and honors.

Awarded in over 60 national and international competitions, she has a brilliant concert career with a predilection for chamber music that has led her to perform in the most important Italian and foreign cities. She collaborated with the soprano Stefania Bonfadelli and the violinist Vadim Brodsky and performs regularly with the first parts of the Orchestra of the Arena Foundation in Verona and the Orchestra of the Carlo Felice Theater Foundation in Genoa.

Very active as a teacher, her piano school has led her students to win more than 250 prizes in national and international competitions, receiving awards for music teaching.


He obtained his first international recognition at the age of eleven, winning the First Prize at the Jugend für Mozart competition in Salzburg, thanks to which he made his first tour in Italy, Austria and France.

Winner of the Piano Master in Monte Carlo in 2015, Concert Artists Auditions in New York in 2012, Top of the World in Tromsø in 2011 and Paloma O'Shea in Santander in 2005, Maj Lind in Helsinki in 2002, Vendôme Prize in Paris in 2000 , Venice Prize in 1998, performs in major halls in the world: Carnegie Hall in New York, Southbank Center and Wigmore Hall in London, Konzerthaus in Berlin, Théâtre du Châtelet and Salle Pleyel in Paris, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Auditorio Nacional of Madrid, La Fenice Theater of Venice, Parco della Musica in Rome.

He is regularly invited to important concert seasons in France, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Spain, USA, Mexico, South America, China, Japan and Hong Kong and in the juries of the most prestigious international piano competitions such as the F. Chopin in Warsaw.