University of Rochester
A virtuoso organist and renowned improviser, Bellotti performs at
leading festivals and concert venues throughout the world. He is currently collaborating in a project of new organ music and visual art in Milan, in conjunction with the art installation of the American minimalist Dan Flavin. He has performed the complete works of Cesar Franck, and has worked with orchestras in Italy and abroad, performing a wide spectrum of repertoire, including the Italian premiere ofSatyagraha by Philip Glass. He is also considered a leading expert in the performance of renaissance and baroque keyboard music.
He combines his international performing career with musicological research and teaching, publishing articles as well as new critical editions of music of the 17th and 18th centuries. He is a frequent guest lecturer at international conferences. He has made several critically acclaimed recordings on historical instruments, including Promenade (Loft Recordings), a recording of organ repertoire and original improvisations on the Eastman School of Music’s Italian baroque organ at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester.
for all Faculty Artist Series performances are $10 general admission,
but are free to University of Rochester ID holders and current series
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