Salvatore Liberti

Salvatore is a highly experienced classical pianist with more than 18 years of teaching experience. He started studying classical piano at the age of 6 and completed his academic schooling in Italy receiving a degree in music at the age of 24. Salvatore studied at the prestigious Conservatory of Music of Foggia for 10 years, whose name is founded from one of it’s most important alumni, the Italian composer Umberto Giordano. Upon his studies, Salvatore traveled throughout Italy to perform in multiple classical concertos. He was then selected by his university as a professor’s assistant to help prepare students in their final years of study with their year-end exams. Salvatore continued to teach music theory, music history, and instrumental with the Italian public school system before arriving to Canada. He always ensured that his students were receiving the sophisticated training required to confront their final performances. Currently, Salvatore works for the Fine Arts Academy. He intends to bring his extensive background of classical music and training from Italy. Salvatore’s approach is to encourage students to find their comfort in music and with their instrument, so that they are able to perform naturally in front of their audience. He also hopes to inspire students with his love and passion for classical music.

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