Sabrina De Carlo - Coach & Accompanist
Sabrina De Carlo is an eclectic Italian musician with international experience, especially in the United States. Since an early age she has performed as a piano soloist, a chamber musician with both small and large ensembles, and a collaborative pianist. More recently she has established herself as player of historical instruments. She has served as a piano accompanist at Wellesley College, Brandeis University, Boston University, Longy School of Music and Boston Conservatory. As an interpreter of living composers, she has performed in world premiere works by Laurie Sanmartin, Yoko Nakatani, Sam Nichols and Seung-Ah Oh.
Passionate about enhancing a broader access to the arts, Ms. De Carlo is co-founder of DuoKeira, a piano duo that engages audiences by combining classical music with other art forms, including dance, theatre, literature and art. One such thematic project dedicated to the notion of music as game playing has been released as a CD. Excerpts from these recordings have also been broadcast on classical music programs on Italian Public Radio and Vatican Radio.
Ms. De Carlo has performed recently with a range of different chamber music ensembles in different European countries (Italy, France, Norway, Austria, Croatia) and in the United States in renowned venues such as the Vatican Museum in Rome and Carnegie Hall in New York.
Ms. De Carlo received her degree in piano from the Conservatorio Morlacchi in Perugia, in addition to degrees in chamber music from the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia in Rome, and in harpsichord from the Conservatorio Casella in l’Aquila. She pursued graduate studies in the United States, where she received a Master's Degree in Piano Performance from the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts and an Artist Diploma from Brandeis University. She is also trained in Dalcroze Eurythmics . Ms. De Carlo is a committed teacher of longstanding and has taught piano and chamber music at conservatories and schools of music in Italy and the United States.