Matteo Gobbini

Lehrbeauftragter (Lecturer)
Klavier Pflichtfach
Fachgruppe 5: Tasteninstrumente, Gitarre, Harfe (Keyboard, Guitar, Harp Department)
Matteo Gobbini

Matteo Gobbini, born in 1992 in Panicarola/Perugia (Italy), received his first piano training there at the music school in Castiglione del Lago (Umbria) with Cristina Capano. In 2007 he began piano studies at the Conservatorio "F. Morlacchi" in Perugia, which he completed in 2012. In search of new impulses, Gobbini studied philosophy in Perugia for a year and was also a piano accompanist and conductor of two choirs at secondary schools.

A short time later, in 2013, he passed the entrance examination to study piano at the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music (Berlin), where he studied first with Prof. Fabio Bidini and then in the class of Prof. Gabriele Kupfernagel. He completed his piano studies there in 2019 with a Master's degree in the class of Prof. Stefan Arnold.

During his studies in Berlin he has been répétiteur of the class "Opera Coaching" of Prof. Júlia Varády-Fischer-Dieskau at the Hochschule für Musik Hans Eisler (Berlin) in 2014-2017. He attaches particular importance to continuous chamber music activity, which has accompanied him throughout his training and continues to inspire him anew. In addition to his solo activities, he has given concerts in various formations in Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Georgia and the USA. The exchange with musicians such as Julia Varady, Tabea Zimmermann, Antje Weithaas, Claudio Martinez-Mehner and Christine Schäfer has been particularly significant for him, from which he has drawn valuable lessons and inspiration.

In addition, after completing his Master's degree in piano, he continued his education in music pedagogy at the Conservatorio "F. Morlacchi" in Perugia, which he completed in 2020.

Since the summer semester of 2021, Matteo Gobbini has been studying piano chamber music at the Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe with Prof. Michael Uhde and is active both as a piano teacher at several music schools in the area