Patrizia Romanello, after having completed her musical studies at the Rossini Conservatory of Music in Pesaro, perfected herself with the Maestro Giovanni Valentini, who considerably broadened her musical horizons. As for Chamber Music, she perfected with M. Damerini, V. Brodski and later thanks to the teachings by Pier Narciso Masi she graduated brilliantly with the honorary title of “Master“, the highest qualification issued by the International Academy “Meetings with the Master” in Imola. She began her career immediately by playing and collaborating with internationally renowned musicians, including A. Paulsson A. Vasiliev, P. Geiss, N. Arsenijevic, N. Zimin, F. Mondelci, O. Murphy, J. Laran, R. Donati, A. Bocini, A. Sciancalepore, P. Scarpa, M. Albonetti, S. Milenckovic, A. Hall, F. Dego, A. Quintanilla, N. Bulfone, G. Arbonelli, C. Palermo, F. Meloni, G. Picciati, C. Giuffredi, E.M. Baroni, P. Beltramini, M. Benzi, M. Mariotti and M. Marvulli, just to name a few. She performs in many Italian cities including Bologna, Chieti, Ferrara, Fermo, Florence, Imola, Milan, Modena, Monza, Naples, Parma, Pescara, Rome, Teramo, Terni, Senigallia, etc; recording some CDs for Sarx Records, the “Ino Savini” Foundation, and recording for RAI TV. Well-rounded musician, Romanello’s repertoire ranges from classical to contemporary music, becoming moreover the main pianist of Massimiliano Messieri who dedicates numerous scores to her, and performing scores by composers such as Graham Fitkin, by Helmut Laberer “Klangbilder” concert for piano, percussion and orchestra (with the Pesaro Symphony Orchestra) and Roberto Molinelli protagonist in “Four pictures from New York” masterfully performing a fantastic jazz trio “Sentimental evening” (with the Pesaro Symphony Orchestra), for mention just a few. Since 2020 she holds the masterclass “Functional analysis for interpreters” at the Conservatory “Istituto Superiore Studi Musicali Pietro Mascagni” in Livorno. Patrizia Romanello will soon perform as a soloist and in a duo in international festivals and concert shows, holding recitals in cities such as Rovereto (Casa Mozart), Bologna (Liszt Foundation and San Leonardo Theater), Merkin Hall at Kaufman Music Center in New York, Vienna and Chicago.