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Born in Arezzo, Italy in 1984, Francesco Corit is an organist, harpsichordist and conductor. Born into a family of musicians, he learned to play the organ in Perugia, then studied the harpsichord in Geneva and Amsterdam. In 2006, he won the prestigious Johann Sebastian Bach Competition in Leipzig, as well as the Bruges Harpsichord Competition in 2007. Corti was invited to numerous festivals around the world, performing at the Mozart Woche, the Salzburg Festival, the BachFest in Leipzig and the Utrecht Early Music Festival, alongside major European concert halls. In 2007, he joined the ensemble Les Musiciens du Louvre and then collaborated with other groups such as Zefiro, Bach Collegium Japan by Masaaki Suzuki, Les Talens Lyriques, Harmonie Universelle and the Concert des Nations. As a recording artist, he’s issued numerous releases since 2007 including J.S. Bach: Partiten BWV 825-830 (2010), Haydn: Harpsichord Sonatas (2017), Harpsichord Concertos (2020) and Little Books (2020).
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