Dual degreed Juilliard graduate, Paul DiDario impassions performances in solo, duet and ensemble work on both the piano and the harpsichord. Paul is also a Certified Suzuki Piano Instructor with a mastery level of experience.
Paul DiDario is a double degreed Juilliard School of Music graduate, holding both a Bachelor's and a Master's of Music in Piano Performance with piano studies under Sascha Gorodnotzki and Joseff Raieff. Subsequent studies have been with harpsichordist, Kenneth Cooper and pianist, Alexander Peskanov.

A gifted artist, Paul has many credits in solo, duet and ensemble work on the piano and the harpsichord. He is also an actor and writer. In 1995, Paul authored a unique work called, "Liszt, the Music and the Man." "Liszt" is his original one act play where he poses as the man, Liszt, himself, and shares the composer's life story through dialogue and music. Paul has been invited to South Korea for his 3rd annual concert tour, April 2007. While in Korea, he will also teach aspiring piano students and play solo concerts as well as accompany opera soprano, Karen Notare who will travel with him.

Mr. DiDario performed solo with the world renowned Metropolitan Opera Star, Jerome Hines. He was also soloist with the Summit Symphony performing Rachamaninov's Piano concerto no. 2 and soloist with the Garden State Symphonic Band in a performance of Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue. His solo piano work includes concerts with opera soprano, Karen Notare whom he also accompanied, solo concert series at Bethany Covenant church in Bedford, New Hampshire and a unique children's concert series he wrote for Watchung Arts Center in Watchung, New Jersey.

His harpsichord performances include his benefit recital for the Christopher Reeve Foundation, as well as solo duet and ensemble work with Ars Musica Antiqua. Mr. DiDario has performed his own original composition now available on CD entitled, "Two Part Creation". "Two Part Creation" traces the evolution of the harpsichord to the piano illustrating the transition with performances on both instruments. You can hear Paul's new solo harpsichord/piano CD by contacting him at paul@pauldidario.com.


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