B.Mus, M.Mus, D.Mus.( University of British Columbia), Piano Performance
Letizia Pent, Italian pianist born in a musical family, played as a soloist in several music festivals in Turin and Washington DC, where she was among the finalists during the Washington International Piano Competition and performed at the Kennedy Center. She performs as chamber and collaborative pianist and additionally she has experience on stage as a dancer and theatre performer.
During her music studies, Letizia took part in classes with many international pianists as Fabio Lutz, Aleksandar Madžar, Nikita Fitenko, Joaquin Achucarro and studied composition with Giulio Castagnoli. After graduating with brilliant marks in Turin, she was a student of Pietro De Maria in the Pinerolo Music Academy and she spent one academic year in 2016 at the Royal Conservatory of Brussel with Piet Kujiken.
In 2021 she earned her Master of Music in Piano Performance under the guidance of Alexander Tutunov at Southern Oregon University, and she is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Piano Performance at University of British Columbia in Vancouver with Mark Anderson and David Fung, where she is the teaching assistant of the UBC Opera Program as a Collaborative pianist.