The Italian-Polish pianist Miriam Conti Vanoni is active as a soloist and chamber musician and has performed in Italy, Poland, Germany, France and the United States.
She performed at different venues and festivals, among the others the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris; Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporaine de Nice; Crossroads Cultural Center, New York; Dante Alighieri Society, Boston; the American Bible Society, New York City; MITO International Festival of Music, Milano, Italy; the Kosciuszko Foundation New England Chapter, Mount Holyoke College, MA; Schloss Zeilitzheim, Germany.
She earned her Doctoral of Musical Arts from Boston University under the guidance of Anthony di Bonaventura and Linda Jiorle-Nagy. During her graduate studies, she researched the piano technique of Carl Czerny and completed her dissertation “Technique and Expression in Carl Czerny's Teaching” under the guidance of prof. David Kopp.
She earned her Bachelor and Master degree in Piano Performance from the “Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi”, Milano, Italy, where she studied piano performance with Cristina Carini and Vincenzo Balzani and chamber music with Emanuela Piemonti and Luigi Zanardi.
In addition to her performance and research career, Dr Conti Vanoni is active as a piano teacher, working with students from beginners to advanced level. In recent years, she worked as piano group teacher and private instructor at Boston University. Her interest for teaching brought her to collaborate with elementary and high schools to develop music and instrumental programs for children and teens. She worked for three yeas as Yamaha Music Education System instructor at the Yamaha Music School of Boston. She currently teach at Winchester Community Music School, The Real School fo Music in Burlington and she runs her private studio in Stoneham, MA, where she lives with her husband, the italian composer Gabriele Vanoni, and their five children.