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is an Italian pianist and composer who, although only born in 1997, is already touring the world and enchanting over 150 million people on social media with his music and piano interpretations.
From an early age and thanks to a keyboard he got from his grandparents, he discovered the fascinating world of music. At the age of 12 he began taking professional piano lessons and developed great arranging skills, which led him to professionally record his music.
He graduated in Jazz Piano at "N. Piccinni" Conservatory of Music in Bari, Italy. His music has been acclaimed all over the world: Coldplay, Bastille and Giovanni Allevi are just some of the artists who have publicly recognized his talent.
Costantino Carrara's music is available on all streaming platforms, with around 60 releases including 2 albums, EPs and singles. His piano arrangement of 'This Is Me' has reached 4 million streams on Spotify, and several others have reached more than 1 million listens on various platforms.
"I was able to hear frequencies and harmonics of my piano I never heard before."
Costantino Carrara has performed live in renowned theatres and concert halls in several countries, selling thousands of tickets both as a soloist and as a support act for pop stars such as Rita Ora and Bastille.
Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie, Shanghai's Oriental Art Center and Frankfurt's Musikmesse Festival are just some of the venues that have hosted Costantino Carrara.
In 2016, Costantino Carrara developed the WildPianos project, with the aim of taking a grand piano to places where it has never been before. He has already taken his piano to an Icelandic canyon and to glacial fjords.
In his studio Costantino relies on EVE Audio
"I first tried the SC307s when mixing "No Time To Die", and that's when I decided that these monitors would become my monitors. I was able to hear frequencies and harmonics of my piano I never heard before."
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