In 2003, Giovanna Conti inherits from her teacher, the Argentinean pianist and theologist Américo Pascual Caramuta, « Phenomenology of Piano Technique », the refined and complex method he built up along 30 years of his brilliant career as a soloist. Caramuta himself defined his Phenomenology as: « Science applied to the piano, which studies the philosophical, biological and psychological implications of acting according to heartfelt intentions. I believe that music is a non-verbal language made of emotions and sensibility, that’s why I consider Art as a creation that comes straight from human interiority. That said, the keyboard becomes useful to make any musical intention audible, then the sound is needed to express the innermost purpose of an interpreter, who I consider as a bio-psyco-social entity. Actually, the interpreter is  the true phenomenon to focus on.

As far as I am concerned, I consider musical interpretation as an act of love... »

You are the phenomenon!

A. P. Caramuta, Master class at Peri High School of Music, 1996

(Italian language)

What is “my” Phenomenology?

A. P. Caramuta, Master class at Peri High School of Music, 1996

(Italian language)