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I could only study with him just 2 years because he died of a lung cancer, but that span of time really changed my life. He was blind, that s why his touch is so delicate and soft, and his piano technique develops accordingly. Before meeting him, I had been rejected by the Conservatorio of Milan and I had been thinking about quitting. But when he realized I had an absolute ear he encouraged me to continue and became my maestro. He was the vice director of the Conservatorio of Milan, so he took the whole thing personally. The following year I brilliantly passed the admission exam and a year later I was confirmed at the 5th year ( he told me that he expected the 3rd year but the commission thought I could go far beyond that. I was 12) His fees were high, as he was one of the best all over Europe, but he reduced them for me because at the time we couldn’t afford it. It s a true touching story

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