SUN, NOV 17, 2019

"...A true philosopher of sound..." — Oberösterreiche Nachrichte (Upper Austrian News)

Colburn Rising Stars: Rodolfo Leone

“[Rodolfo has] impeccable style…[with] hands that every pianist would like to have" — Il Nuovo Amico

The Broad Stage - Main Stage


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Following violinist Simone Porter’s stellar 2018 Broad Stage recital debut, the Colburn School returns for another Rising Stars performance with pianist Rodolfo Leone. Known to Southern California audiences from recent appearances with the San Diego Symphony, Pasadena Symphony and New West Symphony, he makes his Los Angeles recital debut at The Broad Stage.

Schubert: Piano Sonata No. 19, D. 958
Chopin: Preludes, Op. 28

Program notes available here.

Festival Napa Valley Describes Rodolfo Leone’s performance as “…communicating with distant worlds, as a true sound philosopher.”

The performance style of the young Award-winning pianist Rodolfo Leone has been described as having “impeccable style” and “absolute technical control” with “hands that every pianist would like to have.” To learn more about the young talent, click here.

Italian Born Rodolfo Leone Made His Orchestral Debut in 2013 Captivating Audiences Since.

Classical MPR delves into the musical path the young pianist followed leading him to his Award-winning career dazzling audiences around the globe. To learn more about Leone’s impact in the classical world, click here.

Classical Music Series at The Broad Stage made possible in part by generous support from the Colburn Foundation.


Simone Dinnerstein
Takács Quartet