Ruggero Laganà




Ruggero Laganà was born in Milan in 1956, where he undertook brilliant musical studies in composition, piano and harpsichord – an instrument that would reveal him to the international scene. In 1987 he won the Concorso Cembalistico of Bologna, the International Competition of Rome, and also received a special mention at the International Competition of Paris for the interpretation of contemporary works on the harpsichord, awarded by a jury including Gustav Leonhardt. A very active composer, he premiered his first opera, a one-act work entitled Trottola for soprano, mezzo-soprano, basso buffo, chorus and orchestra, at the Piccola Scala in Milan in 1982. All his music is published by Suvini Zerboni. Ruggero Laganà teaches at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan.

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