Sun 23 April 2017



Wed 19 April 2017



Tue 11 April 2017



Mon 10 April 2017



Sun 9 April 2017



Thu 6 April 2017



Sun 2 April 2017



Wed 29 March 2017



Thu 23 March 2017



Sat 18 March 2017



Fri 17 March 2017



Thu 16 March 2017



Mon 6 March 2017



Tue 28 February 2017




Tue 28 February 2017



Mon 27 February 2017
Enthusiastic review of Vanessa's Rachmaninov new album on Decca Classics!



Mon 27 February 2017
EPK English - Discussing Rachmaninov!



Fri 24 February 2017



Thu 23 February 2017
CD Review!



Mon 20 February 2017



Mon 20 February 2017
Grazia - Magazine


This week on Grazia!



Thu 16 February 2017
Classic Club - France Musique

Tonight Live from the Hotel Bedford, Vanessa on air on France Musique at Classic Club!


Sat 11 February 2017
Vanessa at La Matinale de France Musique discussing Rachmaninov

Tune in this morning!



Fri 10 February 2017
La Matinale/France Musique!

Vanessa at La Matinale de France Musique tomorrw 8am!




Mon 23 January 2017


OUT on 24 FEBRUARY!!! 

VANESSA'S NEW ALBUM dedicated to RACHMANINOV with the London Philharmonic Orchestra by Decca Classics!




Sat 21 January 2017
MAX RICHTER selects Vanessa's Scriabin for his MAX RICHTER - FAVOURITES Vol.1 Spotify Playlist



Thu 5 January 2017


Wed 28 December 2016
Debut Orchestral Album 2017 - Decca Classics




Sun 18 December 2016
VIDEO - Watch Vanessa playing Rachmaninov LIVE at Unesco - Paris


Rachmaninov-Corelli Variations Live at Maison de l'Unesco!




Fri 9 December 2016


VANESSA's feedback on Madama Butterfly at Teatro alla Scala in the newspaper IL GIORNO.




Tue 22 November 2016
Hear the Podcast on Radio France Musique!


A week ago at Carrefour de Lodéon on France Musique! Hear the Podcast!




Thu 17 November 2016
Nomination ICMA!


Congratulations for getting the nomination at International Classical Music Awards 2017 with LIGHT by Decca Classics!






Tue 15 November 2016


VANESSA is today's guest at Carrefour de Lodéon live on Radio France Musique! Tune in!


Mon 31 October 2016
Vanessa Benelli Mosell thrills National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing with improvisations


A brilliant review from CHINA DAILY on Vanessa's debut at the National Center for the performing Arts in Beijing, China.

Read full article here.





Sat 15 October 2016
MiTo Festival documentary on Rai5 featuring Vanessa's live concert


The documentary on MiTo Festival Settembre Musica is now online, with extracts of Vanessa's concert at Teatro alla Scala.



Fri 14 October 2016
Stockhausen Marathon - REVIEW


Vanessa's three-part Stockhausen Marathon receives a brilliant review.


Thu 6 October 2016
Vanessa becomes a Steinway Artist


"Steinway reads my imagination"

- Vanessa Benelli Mosell, Steinway Artist

Great to announce that Vanessa has been welcomed as the newest member of the Steinway Artist Family becoming a Steinway Artist


Tue 4 October 2016
Vanessa's astonishing staged performance of her STOCKHAUSEN MARATHON receives 10 minutes of applause



Wed 28 September 2016
Vanessa's STOCKHAUSEN MARATHON at Sagra Musicale Malatestiana in Rimini



Tue 27 September 2016



Mon 26 September 2016
Brilliant REVIEW on Music Web International



Sat 24 September 2016


Rai5 documentary on 2016 MiTo Festival Settembre Musica features Vanessa's successful live performances at Turin Teatro Regio and at Milano Teatro alla Scala.



Wed 21 September 2016
Vanessa is this week COVER ARTIST on Spotify 's TOP CLASSICAL Playlist



Tue 20 September 2016
VANESSA's SOLD OUT debut concert at TEATRO ALLA SCALA in Milano


Vanessa's sold out Teatro alla Scala concert for MiTo Festival with Diego Matheuz and Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Regio di Torino.



Mon 19 September 2016


Vanessa's acclaimed performance of Beethoven Choral Fantasy at Turin's Teatro Regio with Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Regio conducted by Diego Matheuz.


Sat 17 September 2016
Brilliant REVIEW of Vanessa's debuts at Teatro Regio and Teatro alla Scala for MiTo Festival 2016




Thu 1 September 2016


Cover story of Pianist Magazin Netherlands/September. Talks on her life, Stockhausen and Rachmaninoff.



Sun 14 August 2016



Fri 12 August 2016
Corriere della Sera on Vanessa's STOCKHAUSEN MARATHON


Sette Magazine on Vanessa's Stockhausen Marathon next October.




Wed 3 August 2016
4-STAR-REVIEW on NRC Cultuur



Mon 1 August 2016
PIETRASANTA IN CONCERTO 2016 with Salvatore Accardo


Vanessa shares sold out concert with Salvatore Accardo at Festival Pietrasanta in Concerto.




Fri 29 July 2016
Vanessa interviewed by TG3 TOSCANA - Rai3



Fri 29 July 2016


LIGHT/Decca Classics receives a brilliant review on Gramophone Magazine.



Fri 22 July 2016
Rivista MUSICA review LIGHT/Decca Classics



Sat 16 July 2016



Mon 11 July 2016
LIGHT/ Decca Classics on Amadeus



Wed 6 July 2016


Vanessa will make her debut at MITO Festival with Orchestra del Teatro Regio di Torino playing at Teatro Regio in Torino and Teatro alla Scala in Milano next September.



Sun 3 July 2016



Sat 2 July 2016
Review from 'THE ARTS DESK'



Wed 29 June 2016
Follow Vanessa's latest reviews and updates on Twitter!



Sat 18 June 2016


Vanessa - guest of Suzy Klein at BBC In Tune introducing her latest album LIGHT / DECCA CLASSICS



Thu 9 June 2016
LIGHT's tracks featured on Spotify's International Playlists 'NEW CLASSICAL RELEASES' and 'TOP CLASSICAL'

FOLLOW Vanessa on Spotify



Thu 9 June 2016
Review on Dutch 'VOLKSRANT'



Sun 5 June 2016
Vanessa's birthday wishes to Martha Argerich!



Sun 29 May 2016



Fri 20 May 2016
Vanessa on ClassicsToGo



Tue 17 May 2016



Mon 16 May 2016



Sun 15 May 2016


Vanessa, Guest at CANNES FILM FESTIVAL interviewed by NICE MATIN




Thu 12 May 2016



Fri 6 May 2016






Mon 2 May 2016



Sun 1 May 2016



Fri 29 April 2016



Wed 27 April 2016



Mon 25 April 2016



Tue 12 April 2016
La Repubblica / INTERVIEW

Interview on La Repubblica



Tue 12 April 2016



Tue 12 April 2016



Tue 5 April 2016


Granados Piano Concerto premiered by Vanessa at Barcelona Palau de la Musica



Wed 30 March 2016


Vanessa plays Scriabin Etude op.8 n.12 "Patetico"



Sun 27 March 2016



Thu 24 March 2016




Mon 21 March 2016







Sat 19 March 2016
France Musique


Karol Beffa - Suite for Piano by Vanessa Benelli Mosell today on RADIO FRANCE MUSIQUE, CARREFOUR DE LODEON




Wed 16 March 2016


Pietro Grasso, President of Senato della Repubblica meets Vanessa as Testimonial for Green Economy Awards



Tue 15 March 2016
GREEN ECONOMY EDUCATIONAL AWARDS at Senato della Repubblica Italiana


Vanessa is testimonial at CETRI-TIRES Educational Awards Ceremony for Green Economy and eco-sustainable development at Senato della Repubblica in Rome.




Mon 14 March 2016



Fri 26 February 2016
Live on FIP Radio, France



Thu 25 February 2016



Sun 21 February 2016


Vanessa and Henri Demarquette play at Vivement Dimanche TV Program on France2


Fri 19 February 2016
"Vanessa Benelli Mosell flourishes in Stockhausen universe"



CD REVIEW on Musikzen



Wed 10 February 2016
Le Nouvelliste, Switzerland - Interview


Vanessa, soon in Crans Montana, Switzerland - interviewed by Le Nouvelliste.




Mon 14 December 2015
VBM Spanish tour with Julian Rachlin and Boris Andrianov playing Beethoven Triple Concerto



Wed 9 December 2015
VANESSA and the LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA recording the new album.


Tue 24 November 2015




Mon 26 October 2015


Vanessa and cellist Henri Demarquette perform Live on Radio France Inter 



Thu 1 October 2015


From Vanessa's successful show yesterday at UNESCO 



Thu 24 September 2015


Bruno Serrou interviews Vanessa for his BlogSpot



Fri 18 September 2015





Mon 7 September 2015
ResMusica Interview


Vanessa's interview on french

"In contemporary music we shouldn't look for usual reference points but expect to be surprised" - VBM



Mon 31 August 2015





Sat 22 August 2015


Vanessa awarded the prestigious " PREMIO CERRETO " to distinguished personalities from her hometown Prato.



Mon 10 August 2015
WFMT Classical RADIO in Chicago


[R]EVOLUTION selected Abum of the Week on Chicago WFMT Radio.



Fri 31 July 2015


"Rischiare può essere un'arte"



Sun 19 July 2015
Interview on " CONCERTONET "


New interview with Vanessa on French "ConcertoNet"



Fri 17 July 2015



Fri 17 July 2015



Thu 16 July 2015


[R]EVOLUTION reviewed by Gramophone



Fri 10 July 2015



Thu 9 July 2015



Wed 8 July 2015



Tue 23 June 2015
[R]EVOLUTION presented on " Europe 1 " Channel


This morning Vanessa Benelli Mosell's [R]evolution by Decca was presented on French Television Channel EUROPE 1 .



Mon 22 June 2015
[R]EVOLUTION reviewed in Netherlands - Opus Klassiek


"Mosell excels unreservedly..the Decca recording is superior, with a truly fabulous sound"

- OpusKlassiek



Thu 18 June 2015
ffff on Télérama - CD REVIEW


Album Review on Télérama of this week: 

ffff for [R]EVOLUTION

"Nothing testamentary, however, in her interpretation, but a spontaneity, a radiant joy that makes you forget about the permanent split of the hands, the tough mental gymnastic of score reading and memorisation."

"The playing of Vanessa Benelli Mosell is full of magnificent prodigality."

- Gilles Macassar, Télérama



Wed 17 June 2015



Wed 17 June 2015
RELEASE by Universal Music France



Tue 16 June 2015
CD Review on Dutch Musicalifeiten


"She shows her musical sensitivity making use of her full range of feelings."



Mon 15 June 2015
Vanessa giving a speech on contemporary music after her performance at TEDx



Sun 14 June 2015


Vanessa performing and speaking at TEDx Glasgow:




Fri 12 June 2015


"Fearless..." - The Guardian 

Five stars CD Review



Fri 12 June 2015


TEDx Glasgow 2015 #WhyNotHere



Thu 11 June 2015
TEDx Glasgow 2015


Wed 10 June 2015

De Volkskrant, Netherlands



Wed 10 June 2015



Mon 8 June 2015
CD Review on Rivista MUSICA


[R]EVOLUTION reviewed by MUSICA, June n.267




Sun 7 June 2015
CD Review on Music Story


French WebMagazine MUSIC STORY:



Sat 6 June 2015


Musica, June 2015 n. 267





Wed 3 June 2015
Album Review on Classic Voice


"The interpreter leads us to extremely accurate performances with admirable clarity..."
"Virtuosic skills of the young Italian pianist have always found unanimous praise and allow her to dominate the difficulties of this famous Stravinsky transcription with stunning confidence, reliably catching its richness."-
by Paolo Petazzi, Classic Voice



Mon 1 June 2015


From TODAY June 1st [R]evolution Album by Decca Classics is officially out worldwide and internationally distributed!





Tue 19 May 2015



Wed 6 May 2015
Slipped Disc: When did you last hear some good Stockhausen?



Tue 5 May 2015
Album of the week on Sinfini


Norman Lebrecht Album of the week on SinfiniMusic


"Mosell has put together a really clever programme"
"Stravinsky’s Three Movements from Petrushka are hammered out with a reckless Russian brutalism"



Sat 2 May 2015
Stravinsky on VanessaVEVO!


Stravinsky's Trois Mouvements de Petrouchka on VanessaVEVO channel!

Music Clip from [R]EVOLUTION - Decca Classics  





Sat 2 May 2015
Stockhausen on VanessaVEVO!


STOCKHAUSEN Klavierstücke on VanessaVEVO channel!

Music Clip from [R]EVOLUTION - Decca Classics





Fri 1 May 2015
Music Firework Q&A


VBM interviewed by Russian music magazine "MusicFirework"

by J. Kalashnikova




Tue 28 April 2015
Radio NotreDame



Tonight on Radio Notre Dame


Look frw to join Karol #Beffa tonight at @radionotredame His SUITE is a world premiere for @deccaclassics

— VANESSA (@vbenellimosell) 28 Aprile 2015


Mon 27 April 2015
Castleton Festival - Virginia



Tue 21 April 2015
On Piano Bleu



Mon 20 April 2015
Piano Bleu - [R]EVOLUTION Disque du moment



Mon 20 April 2015
Introduction on




Sun 19 April 2015
Il Corriere Musicale



Tue 14 April 2015
Primo Movimento - RaiRadio3



Mon 13 April 2015
On Famiglia Cristiana




Sun 12 April 2015
Radio 3 Suite




Wed 8 April 2015
La Feltrinelli - Roma




Tue 7 April 2015
La Feltrinelli - Firenze



Fri 3 April 2015
Vanessa Benelli Mosell, il piano suona contemporaneo



Thu 2 April 2015
Dopodomani su RaiRadio3



Tue 31 March 2015
REVIEW by Bresciaoggi



Sat 28 March 2015
Corriere della Sera introduces [R]evolution


OUT this morning:




Fri 27 March 2015
New Album Review on Corriere della Sera

Today in Corriere della Sera



Thu 26 March 2015
World Première by French composer Karol Beffa


[R]EVOLUTION includes a world premiere by Karol Beffa: "Suite pour piano ou clavecin"




Tue 24 March 2015


My new album OUT NOW!!!!

DOWNLOAD on iTunes: 

STREAMING on Spotify: 



Mon 23 March 2015
-1 DAY



Thu 19 March 2015
VBM's showcase at Feltrinelli Florence


Vanessa will introduce her new [R]EVOLUTION at Feltrinelli in Florence on April 7th




Fri 6 March 2015



Thu 5 March 2015
Stay tuned tomorrow @ 4pm on France Musique!




Wed 4 March 2015
New Album out on March 24th!



Tue 3 March 2015
Debut Album on DECCA Classics - coming soon!



Thu 26 February 2015
France Musique - Carrefour de Lodéon en concert


TUNE IN on France Musique - Friday March 6th at 4pm to hear Vanessa's live performance at "Carrefour de Lodéon".




Sat 31 January 2015
Concert Review on "Schwaebische"


“A performance from the heart. A remarkable concert - much applause...again much applause!”

- @Schwaebische



Fri 30 January 2015
VBM and violinist Linus Roth play Beethoven for elementary school pupils



Wed 21 January 2015
"My support to LaVerdi"



Sat 17 January 2015



Fri 12 December 2014
NEW Interview: "Vanessa Benelli Mosell: allround pianist"


on Dutch WebMagazine Musicalifeiten 

by Jan de Kruijff



Fri 5 December 2014
PRESTO from Haydn Sonata on France Musique - Carrefour de Lodeon


Haydn e minor Sonata

broadcasted at Carrefour de Lodéon - Radio Francemusique TODAY 4pm



Tue 2 December 2014


Virtuoso Piano Music praised by the critic on Musicalifeiten



Tue 2 December 2014


LISZT Hungarian Rhapsody n. 10, Tarantella, Love's Dream and Russian Galop from the Liszt Recital CD broadcasted today on France Musique introduced by Frederic Lodeon



Thu 27 November 2014


Vanessa Benelli Mosell interviewed by the Tel Aviv Museum ahead of her concerts in Israel




Mon 24 November 2014
CD REVIEW on Musicalifeiten - LISZT



Sat 25 October 2014


Vanessa in the Jerusalem Post | - on her tour in Israel, Karlheinz Stockhausen, art, Moscow, Paris, people watching...and back to her music making in Israel at the Kibbutz, Haifa and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.


Read the interview on the Jerusalem Post 

Thu 23 October 2014
MEET THE ARTIST Interview with Fran Wilson


Vanessa answers questions from Fran Wilson on "CrossEyedPianist" Blog.



Wed 15 October 2014
Vanessa and the new Pleyel Peugeot piano featured on Classic FM

"The world's coolest piano" - Classic FM



Wed 15 October 2014
CLASSIC FM on the Pleyel Peugeot Piano played by Vanessa


Tue 14 October 2014
Pleyel Peugeot Videos featured on the Wall Breakers Blog


Mon 13 October 2014
Performing for a good cause - FFRE tonight in Paris


Vanessa is performing for the French Foundation for Epilepsy Research - FFRE in Paris, joining cellist Henri Demarquette.




Mon 15 September 2014
Concert Review: on Planet Hugill - "Vivid Partnership"


Concert review of Vanessa and Matthew Barley's concert at Kings Place in London, on Sept. 13th

- by Robert Hugill




Wed 10 September 2014
'One of classical music's leading young performers' on London24


'One of classical music's leading young performers' - by Alex Bellotti for LONDON 24 on Vanessa Benelli Mosell





Wed 10 September 2014
Vanessa is "reaching new, tech-savvy generations"


Interview by Alex Bellotti on London24


Wed 3 September 2014


Benelli Mosell on BBC RADIO 3 In Tune  - LIVE Chopin, Scarlatti and Liszt




Thu 28 August 2014
Live on BBC Radio 3 In Tune


Vanessa Benelli Mosell live broadcast today on BBC Radio 3 In Tune and interviewed by Sean Rafferty. 





Wed 27 August 2014
Get updates from Vanessa Benelli Mosell


Get Updates On Vanessa Benelli Mosell 's Musical Activities @ Her Official FB News Feed.


Vanessa Benelli Mosell 




Sun 24 August 2014
"Video Of The Week" on German Magazine CRESCENDO

Video der Woche: on Crescendo Mag


Sat 23 August 2014
Tune in: tomorrow Sat, August 24th at 3pm Benelli Mosell on RUTLAND RADIO talks to Rob Persani







Thu 21 August 2014
How to "understand" Stockhausen - By Vanessa Benelli Mosell on Sound and Music Sampler BLOG




Thu 14 August 2014
The new Peugeot Pleyel piano

Robert Hugill talks about Pleyel Peugeot new piano on his blog Planet Hugill - A world of Classical music.


Fri 8 August 2014
Playing the sensational Pleyel Piano designed by Peugeot



Wed 6 August 2014
Vanessa Benelli Mosell presents PLEYEL PIANO designed by PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB


Vanessa Benelli Mosell presents a new avant-garde piano which was designed exclusively for Pleyel Piano by the Peugeot Design Lab.

The Peugeot Design Lab launched in 2012 in Paris with the objective to design non-automotive products that change the conceptions of the object. They approached Pleyel Pianos to be their first partners and together they created a piano, which has the potential to revolutionise the world of piano manufacturing. The piano has been designed and built to achieve unprecedented musical quality. Its major innovation is the lowering of the chord mechanism to line up perfectly with the keyboard. The pianist can hear the sound of the instrument with incomparable precision. And, at the same time, the audience can see the pianist playing from every conceivable angle.


Watch the videos of Vanessa playing on the piano below:

Vanessa plays Chopin Ballade n.4

Vanessa plays Charly Mandon Impromptu


Thu 17 July 2014

Interview with Vanessa Benelli Mosell featured on Riviera Cote d'Azur Zeitung ahead of her concerts with cellist Henri Demarquette in South of France.


Wed 9 July 2014
You are invited to follow Vanessa on Instagram

Get pictures updates and news feed of Vanessa Benelli Mosell's activities.


Fri 27 June 2014
La Repubblica Interview on the "Russian piano school"

Vanessa Benelli Mosell talks about Russian piano school on the Italian national newspaper La Repubblica in an interview featured today on the printed folder "Russian beyond the Headlines".


Read below (in Italian):




"È una storia di formazione à la russe quella di Vanessa Benelli Mosell, pianista italiana dal talento unanimamente riconosciuto.Cresciuta all’Accademia Pianistica di Imola, prima di lanciarsi in una carriera internazionale la bella musicista, oggi ventiseienne,aveva trovato la sua dimensione educativa ideale nella Federazione. Infatti, dal 2007 al 2010 ha frequentato il celebre conservatorio Cajkovskij di Mosca.


È difficile accedervi e ambientarsi per un allievo straniero?


Sono stata invitata al conservatorio dal professor Mikhail Voskresenskij, incontrato a Parigi. Avevo sempre provato grande fascinazione per la scuola russa e accolsi l’invito con entusiasmo. Ho dovuto superare una serie di prove, e all'inizio ho patito però l’ostacolo della lingua, il collegio spartano, la solitudine; volevo quasi tornare in Italia, finché mi sono convinta che quella era lamia scuola. Così ho imparato il russo, divenendo amica di tutti e facendo del conservatorio la mia famiglia artistica. Gli amici di allora sono anche quelli di oggi.


Ha avuto l’impressione di un trattamento diverso per gli allievi stranieri rispetto ai russi?


Qualcuno mi aveva parlato di una minore considerazione nei nostri confronti, ma io non ho mai avuto questa sensazione. Al contrario, mi sono sempre sentita privilegiata, immaginando che ilmio professore tenesse particolarmente a me. Nella mia classe ero l’unica italiana (tre considerando tutto il conservatorio).


Consiglierebbe a un italiano di studiare in uno dei grandi conservatori russi?


Certo, a patto che lo spirito non sia quello di vivere un’avventura, ma di immergersi totalmente nella musica. In questo mi sono ispirata ai russi, al modo monacale in cui vivono la musica.


Come definirebbe il metodo degli insegnanti russi?


I miei, diversi per personalità, erano accomunati da un metodo molto concreto. Quasi fisico: in Germania, a 16 anni, la mia prima insegnante russa, Dina Yoffe, metteva la sua sedia accanto a me per spronarmi senza barriere, voleva che toccassi la sua mano per capire il movimento. Ho avuto insegnanti sinceri, che mi hanno dato consigli e indicato strategie di cui ho sempre beneficiato, pur capendoli magari anni dopo.


Che lascito conserva dello studio?


Quella russa è la mia scuola, ne faccio parte, mi ha lasciato quello che sono oggi."


by Valentina Bonelli

Thu 26 June 2014

Back from her Austrian recital tour, Vanessa has been recording her third Album in Italy, over the past few days.

Wed 25 June 2014
Third album upcoming

Vanessa just finished recording her third CD. 

Thu 19 June 2014
New Video Interview w/ Vanessa Benelli Mosell

Meet Vanessa in Smolensk, visiting the historical attractions ahead of her recital at the Filarmonia on May 31st. Video interview features music and life talk...

Wed 18 June 2014
Concert REVIEW Smolensk Filarmonia

Read the review (in russian) of Vanessa's solo recital at the Philharmonic Hall in Smolensk on May 31st, 2014 at Glinka Festival.


On GorodNews:

"До сегодняшнего дня нельзя было представить, что музыка Ференца Листа может звучать элегантно. Элегантно, утончённо, изысканно - именно эти эпитеты точно описывают то, как прозвучали «Венгерские рапсодии» Листа со сцены смоленской филармонии в исполнении итальянской пианистки Ванессы Бенелли Мозель. Женственность и красота этой талантливой девушки сочетаются с колоссальным упорством и внутренней силой. Произведения, исполненные ею одни из самых технически сложных в мировой музыке. Получился своего рода вечер трёх культур: венгерской, польской и русской.


Красота польского национального музыкального колорита воплотилась в Балладе №4 f-moll Фредерика Шопена. Основная тема четырёх шопеновских баллад - это тема Родины, тоски по ней. 4-я баллада написана Шопеном на переходе к позднему периоду творческого пути композитора. В ней больше философской глубины, чем мелодраматизма, присущего предшествующим трём балладам. Ванессе удалось своим исполнением передать именно эту интимность, сокровенность размышлений Шопена. Было ощущение, что публика затаила дыхание, из зала не раздавалось ни звука. Слушатели боялись нарушить течение идеальной музыки. Сама пианистка за весь концерт не произнесла ни слова. Зал подолгу рукоплескал в перерывах между произведениями. Ванесса немного смущённо улыбалась в ответ."


Три момента из сюиты «Петрушка» Игоря Стравинского прозвучали именно ПО-РУССКИ. Широко, открыто, с молодецкой удалью. Передать дух русской культуры настолько точно пианистке удалось не случайно - Ванесса Бенелли Мозель училась у русских выдающихся пианистов Михаила Воскресенского в Московской консерватории и у Дмитрия Алексеева в Королевском музыкальном колледже в Лондоне. На самом динамичном моменте сюиты за окном были слышны раскаты грома, которые стали идеальным сопровождением такого сильного выступления и прекрасно вписались в музыкальную фактуру Стравинского."


Sun 1 June 2014
Vanessa in RUSSIA

Vanessa has been warm welcomed in Russia where she gave a masterclass at the Rostov on Don "S. Rachmaninov" Conservatory and made her solo recital debut at the opening of the Glinka Festival 2014 in Smolensk.

Sun 20 April 2014

Vanessa Benelli Mosell on jury for the Thailand Steinway Youth Competition - 23rd / 27th April at Bangkok's Kempinski Siam Hotel.

Tue 15 April 2014
A gracious tribute to Ugo Benelli from Vanessa Benelli Mosell after their concert together yesterday in Genova:

"NONNO" Ugo Benelli


Ieri sera ho avuto l'onore di essere presentata al pubblico di Genova dal grandissimo tenore Maestro Ugo Benelli e di condividere il palco con lui per qualche istante che simpaticamente mi ha chiamata la "sua nipotina". Fin da piccola, più volte, mi domandavano se fossimo parenti ed io sempre rispondevo di no, ma con la speranza di conoscere il grande Maestro di persona un giorno, chissà! Un sogno che si è avverato ieri. Ricambio con affetto, Nonno Ugo e ancora grazie per la Sua grande generosità. A presto, ancora sul palco!


Mon 14 April 2014

Vanessa Benelli Mosell - today in Italy - UNA ROSA PER GENOVA - african charity concert with great italian tenor Ugo Benelli, Fabio Armiliato and Daniela Dessì.


Thu 10 April 2014
"UN CAFFè CON DUCCIO" Video Interview with Vanessa

Latest interview with Vanessa Benelli Mosell and Duccio Cipriani from TVPrato.


Watch it here

Sun 23 March 2014

"Orkestra Akademik Baskent broke record for listeners. Portion of the audience on stage at choir seats. Italian pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell stole a hall full of young people." - READ MORE... 

Fri 21 March 2014

Ankara Concert at Presidential Symphonic Concert Hall on March 19th has been video recorded live by Kanal B. Vanessa performed Chopin Piano Concerto in e minor, with Orkestra Akademik Baskent conducted by Ertug Korkmaz.

Tue 21 January 2014
Benelli Mosell remembers Claudio Abbado

Vanessa Benelli Mosell on Claudio Abbado

Sat 28 December 2013

by Maxim Reider:

"Home is where the heart is"

‘I fell in love with Tel Aviv at first sight,” says Italian pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell, who returns to Israel for a concert with the Israel Camerata Jerusalem on December 26 at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. “People are open and...(click here to read more)

Jerusalem Post


Fri 27 December 2013

Vanessa Benelli Mosell's yesterday concert with the Israel Camerata was sold out. The artists have been warmly greeted by the audience of the Recanati Hall at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

Sun 22 December 2013

Benelli Mosell will perform Mozart and Bach Keyboard Concertos at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art on December 26th with the Israel Camerata Jerusalem.

Sun 1 December 2013
Vanessa gives a Master Class at the Jakutsk Music School, Siberia

Vanessa Benelli Mosell will join russian star cellist Boris Andrianov for a Chamber Music and Solo concert tour in Russia, in December. Vanessa will also give a Master Class to the students of the Jakutsk Music School on December 14th.

Sun 17 November 2013
NEW VIDEOS! Benelli Mosell's Scarlatti Sonatas - NEW TRACKs on YouTube

Watch new videos VANESSA PLAYS SCARLATTI on Vanessa's YouTube Channel: Scarlatti Sonata in G major K.427, Sonata in A major K.322 and Sonata in D minor K.141.

Thu 31 October 2013

Vanessa Benelli Mosell is back at the Wigmore Hall in London on November 18th, after less then a year after her debut, with a solo recital featuring, among others, music by the genius of electronic music Karlheinz Stockhausen. 

Wed 16 October 2013
NEW CD Issue by Berlin Classics!

New Issue of Benelli Mosell's Scriabin Sonata n.1 op.6 and much praised Prokofiev Sonata n.7 op.83 by the German label BERLIN CLASSICS.

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Thu 26 September 2013
ABC Radio Australia to broadcast Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody #12

AUSTRALIA: Hear Vanessa's Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody n. 12 on ABC Radio this morning.

Thu 12 September 2013
Review on Classic Voice - September 2013

Italian Language:

Un programma lisztiano piuttosto erratico, nella stesso modo di accostare pagine ultranote ad altre più rare, come il Galop Russe da Bulhakov, virato soprattutto su un tipo di virtuosismo di velocità e di eleganza piuttosto che di forza, tratti che la giovane interprete possiede e gestisce con evidente naturalezza. Il suo discorrere sulla tastiera è infatti piacevolmente duttile, libero da sovraccarichi e da compiacimenti, segno di una musicalità che ha trovato già in giovanissima età occasioni per manifestarsi, ancor prima di arricchire la propria esperienza con confronti didattici significativi, dall’Accademia di Imola con Franco Scala, quindi al Conservatorio di Mosca e al londinese Royal College of Music. Un altro segnale piuttosto singolare dell’ampiezza di visuale entro cui si muove la Benelli Mosell è offerto dall’incontro avuto nel 2006 con Stockhausen di cui registrò per Radio3 a corredo di un documentario curato da Mario Bortolotto i primi quattro Klavierstücke, con l’entusiastico consenso del compositore che la invitò a studiare con lui in Germania, avendo compreso con quale intelligenza musicale la giovane aveva saputo penetrare entro la labirintica rete di quelle pagine regolate da una “serialità” estrema nel suo radicalismo, impresa resa ancor più ardua per ogni interprete dalla prescrizione del compositore di eseguire ognuno dei quattro brani - come talora faceva Schumann -“il più presto possibile”, che la nostra interprete mostra di affrontare con naturale dedizione.

Gian Paolo Minardi


Thu 29 August 2013
Interview on RussiaOggi - Musica, l'italiana che riuscì a sedurre la Russia

Italian Language:

 @ di Valentina Bonelli

In attesa del suo prossimo ritorno a Mosca, dove ha studiato al Conservatorio Tchaikovsky affermandosi come una delle migliori interpreti internazionali, Vanessa Benelli Mosell racconta il suo amore per la terra degli zar e il suo speciale rapporto con Yuri Bashmet


 Musica, l’italiana che riuscì a sedurre la Russia

A soli 25 anni Vanessa Benelli Mosell è considerata una delle interpreti di maggior successo nel panorama musicale internazionale. Ha studiato in Russia a fianco dei più grandi musicisti dell'Est (Foto: Barbara Rigon / Ufficio Stampa)

In Russia si è guadagnata l’aggettivo “nasha” (nostra) la pianista italiana Vanessa Benelli Mosell, perfezionatasi al Conservatorio Tchaikovsky di Mosca, incline per repertorio e sensibilità alla tradizione musicale russa. Se a venticinque anni, dopo un’infanzia da bambina prodigio, è tra le interpreti internazionali più virtuose e intense, l’artista dalla bellezza rinascimentale ammette di dovere tutto all’insegnamento di grandi professori russi, dei quali è stata e continua ad essere allieva prediletta.

“Iniziai a 15 anni, in Germania, a studiare con un’insegnante russa, Dina Yose. Dico sempre che è stata lei a insegnarmi a suonare - nonostante le mie basi fossero molto solide dopo il diploma all’Accademia pianistica di Imola - perché mi ha aperto un mondo: quello della scuola russa. Mi ha completamente cambiata: nel modo di suonare, di concepire la musica, di affrontare il palco e le relazioni con gli altri musicisti. In seguito incontrai Mikhail Voskresensky, a Parigi, durante una masterclass al termine della quale mi invitò a studiare con lui a Mosca, al Conservatorio Tchaikovsky, dove rimasi per tre anni, dal 2007 al 2010. Il nostro rapporto è continuato con masterclass e corsi estivi, fino ad oggi.”

Come si è adattata alla vita a Mosca, arrivandovi da straniera a 19 anni?

“Non è stato facile: non sapevo una parola di russo, non conoscevo nessuno, non avevo ancora una casa e alloggiavo nel dormitorio. Mi sentivo sola e non era facile comunicare con i miei genitori in Italia. Ma da subito, nella quotidianità, ho avvertito un sentimento di grande solidarietà da parte dei russi. In pochi mesi ho imparato il russo e la vita è diventata più facile. Mosca non è una città semplice, ma una volta ambientata mi ci sono molto legata, forse proprio per le difficoltà superate. Si dice: all’inizio piangi perché devi andare, poi perché devi partire. A me è successa la stessa cosa.”


Che ricordi musicali ha di quegli anni?

“Come allieva del Conservatorio ho suonato in molte sale a Mosca: nella Sala Rachmaninov, nella Sala piccola e nella Sala bianca del Conservatorio, e al Museo Pushkin il pianoforte scelto da Richter. Ho sempre trovato un pubblico speciale: per i russi la musica è una religione, vanno a tutti i concerti, seguono ogni artista e soprattutto tifano per i loro musicisti, anche per gli stranieri che studiano al Conservatorio di Mosca, considerati loro. Dicono “nash”: il nostro artista, il nostro pianista, il nostro studente: anche per me ho sentito varie volte usare questo aggettivo ed è stato molto toccante.”

Prossimi concerti

Venerdì 30 agosto, Vittorio Veneto, Festival Musicale Italia Russia, Teatro Da Ponte: Vanessa Benelli Mosell pianoforte; Yuri Bashmet viola; Massimo Quarta violino; Aleksandr Buzlov violoncello; mercoledì 4 settembre 2013: Portoferraio, Elba Festival, Teatro dei Vigilanti, I Solisti di Mosca, Yuri Bashmet direttore, Vanessa Benelli Mosell pianoforte; sabato 7 settembre 2013, Portoferraio, Elba Festival, Teatro dei Vigilanti, Vanessa Benelli Mosell pianoforte, Yuri Bashmet viola; Alena Baeva violino; Aleksandr Buzlov violoncello

Da allora è indirizzata verso il repertorio russo?

“Dicono che per suonare bene il repertorio russo si debba anche parlare la lingua russa. Non so se sia vero, però credo che vivere in Russia, frequentare lo stesso Conservatorio dove hanno studiato Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Prokofev, immerga nell’eredità della tradizione musicale russa. Sì, sono indirizzata verso il repertorio russo, che continuo ad ampliare.”

Mantiene legami con gli allievi e gli artisti russi conosciuti a Mosca?

“Legami stretti: i miei amici oggi sono prevalentemente russi perché il Conservatorio è stata la mia famiglia, conoscevo praticamente tutti! Così la mia casa al mare in Italia è sempre piena di ospiti russi: colleghi e insegnanti. Inoltre continuai a studiare con un insegnante russo del Conservatorio di Mosca anche a Londra, al Royal College of Music: pure là le lezioni si tenevano in russo e molti studenti erano russi. Perciò anche i miei migliori amici di Londra sono russi.”


Anche il celebre violista Yuri Bashmet è stato importante per la sua carriera.

“L’incontro avvenne al premio che al festival musicale dell’isola d’Elba, da lui fondato, Yuri Bashmet volle assegnarmi nel 2004. È una persona molto importante per la mia formazione: incontrarlo così giovane è stata un’ispirazione per me, perché è un musicista grandissimo, un artista che vive per la musica. Ho suonato varie volte al suo festival, mi ha invitata in tournée con i suoi Solisti di Mosca e nuovi concerti ci aspettano nei prossimi giorni in Italia.”


È più tornata in Russia?

“Ancora no, ma penso accadrà nel gennaio 2014, finalmente, dopo tre anni, perché ci sono nuovi progetti in corso di definizione. Avevo lasciato due valigie nel mio vecchio appartamento: un buon auspicio per tornare.”

Come vorrebbe tornarci?

“Il mio sogno è suonare con Yuri Bashmet a Mosca, nella Sala Tchaikovsky e nella Sala Grande del Conservatorio. Sapevo che è considerato una rockstar in Russia, ma ho visto con i miei occhi che quando suona a Mosca si mobilita tutta la città: la televisione, la radio, il Presidente viene a sentirlo. Ecco, vorrei tornarci con lui.”

Wed 14 August 2013
STYLE 08|2013

On the Italian magazine STYLE "Il Giornale": VANESSA BENELLI MOSELL, VESTALE DEL PIANOFORTE by Luca Pavanel

Sat 20 July 2013

The new videos playing Prokofiev Sonata no. 7 op. 83 in B flat major have been uploaded on YouTube. Click here to watch the playlist...

Wed 10 July 2013
Review on MUSICA Magazine - July 2013

Italian Language:

La ventitreenne Vanessa Benelli Mosell propone un programma lisztiano, in cui non ci si può tirare indietro e bisogna mostrare i muscoli. Brani in cui sono rappresentati diversi tipi di danze che hanno nell'incisività ritmica il loro comune denominatore. Ed in questo la nostra pianista supera a pieni voti la prova. Esecuzioni incisive, scattanti quanto basta, lucide ed emotivamente controllate ci ristituiscono un Liszt ordinato e preciso senza fastidiosi eccessi e cavalcate sfrenate. Il Valse Impromptu possiede un suono luminoso e netto, forse troppo, senza chiaroscuri che ne accentuerebbero l'intrenseco fascino musicale. Il Capriccio alla Turca, tratto dalle beethoveniane Rovine di Atene, possiede sì, all'inizio, un ghigno quasi sarcastico che sa di presa in giro, ma poi scivola via, correttamente, ma senza sobbalzi. Del gruppo di quattro Rapsodie Ungheresi proposte, emerge la decima. Il Sogno d'amore è da lodare per il tono piuttosto austero per i nostri tempi, scevro com'è da seduzioni dolciastre. Gli ultimi tre brani, che potremmo definire da circo per intreseche peculiarità strutturale e compositive, vengono rese col piglio giusto. Convincente il gioioso senso ludico della Galop Russe, ordinatoe lineare il moto perpetuo della Tarantella, La Danza così come l'andamento talvolta un po' guardingo, del Grand Galop Chromatique. Benedetto Ciranna

Tue 25 June 2013


Sat 27 April 2013
Arts Journal: Slipped Disc / Video: ‘I fell in love with Stockhausen when I was 10′

by Norman Lebrecht

Sat 20 April 2013

Benelli Mosell's newest video interview, filmed in London, January 2013 is now on YouTube. Watch it here.

Mon 15 April 2013
Sold Out in Hamburg

Vanessa's solo debut recital at Hamburg's Laeiszhalle was completely sold out. 

Wed 3 April 2013
2 Minutes with Vanessa Benelli Mosell

Video Interview in Tel Aviv, TAM Tel Aviv Arts Museum, Recanati Hall.

Watch it on YouTube.

Tue 26 March 2013
Brescia Oggi CD Review | Vanessa Benelli Mosell

Il «Valse Impromptu» non è che il primo brano di questo ampio programma tutto dedicato a Franz Liszt e che vede questa giovane pianista, originaria di Prato e già nota al pubblico per aver interpretato i «Klavierstücke» di Karlheinz Stockhausen, impegnata nell'interpretazione del «Capriccio alla turca» su temi delle Rovine di Atene di Beethoven, nel celebre Studio da concerto «La Leggerezza» e soprattutto in quattro delle sue Rapsodie Ungheresi. Il tema della danza non poteva mancare, con il «Grand Gaolp cromatique» e il «Galop russe» come il notissimo e struggente Liebestraum, il «Sogno d'amore». Interprete: Vanessa Benelli Mosell. Cd Brilliant 94357

Tue 12 March 2013
CD Review - Classical Net: Franz Liszt / Benelli Mosell

Maurizio Pollini – move over! Italian pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell (b. 1987), although a prizewinner in a few important competitions, apparently hasn't won a major competition outright. That's rather amazing because she possesses a rare talent, but this kind of talent doesn't need a first prize in Moscow or Warsaw or Texas to ride to fame! This is her second recording. I missed her first, which contained sonatas by Prokofiev, Haydn and Scriabin, and Liszt's Rhapsodie Espagnole (Brilliant Classics 94209). I did manage to hear excerpts from that recital disc and was greatly impressed.


On this new disc Benelli Mosell plays with an all-encompassing technique and has the interpretive acumen of a seasoned master, the latter quality showing through despite her choice of mostly lighter and virtuosic repertory here. Iconic French pianist Pascal Rogé, with whom Benelli Mosell debuted in duo-piano repertory at age eleven, described her as the "most natural talent I have ever encountered in my entire life..." Listening to this disc, it's easy to see why he heaped such lavish praise on her.


Benelli Mosell captures the charm and elegance of the Chopinesque Valse Impromptu, giving the piece a lightness and infectious effervescence in her phrasing and well-judged dynamics. The Capriccio alla Turca is a virtuosic takeoff on themes from Beethoven's Ruins of Athens. It's a colorful piece, full of high spirits and colorful dazzle, and Benelli Mosell shortchanges no aspect of the work's glitter and virtuosity, while showing that such light music can actually offer substantive enjoyment.


La Leggierezza is another work that, while sounding like Liszt, has much of the sound world of Chopin about it. Benelli Mosell deftly points up the kinship between the two composers' styles, while storming the heights in the middle section. The four Hungarian Rhapsodies here sound far less episodic than is often the case, and more like the delightful and well-crafted folk-inspired showpieces that Liszt intended. For sheer thrills try the final section of #6, where Benelli Mosell plays those rapid-fire repeating octaves with such precision, lightness and awesome speed.


She delivers Liebestraum #3 with utter conviction, not in any way spurning the obviously sentimental character of the music. The last three pieces are light and lively works, with the Rossini-sourced La Danza and the Grand Galop Chromatique showcasing Benelli Mosell's considerable technical skills. While this Liszt recital features little music of depth, those interested in the composer's lighter and more colorful works will find this disc a real delight. True, the fare offered here is just the kind that Liszt detractors cite to make their case against the composer, but the music is unpretentious, imaginative and brimming with energy and brilliant color. The sound reproduction is clear and powerful.

Fri 8 March 2013
Il Mattino - Padova: Vanessa Benelli Mosell Virtuosa in Liszt

Benelli Mosell virtuosa in Liszt

07 marzo 2013 — pagina 31 sezione: Nazionale


Il biglietto da visita della giovane Vanessa Benelli Mosell è un intero disco dedicato a Liszt (il secondo per Brilliant Classics), col Valse impromptu, il Capriccio alla turca dalle Rovine di Atene di Beethoven. La leggerezza, le danze ungheresi n.6, 10, 11, 12, il Liebestraum, il Galop russe, La danza (da Rossini), il Grand galop chromatique. La venticinquenne di Prato, allieva a Imola, poi al Conservatorio di Mosca e al Royal College di Londra, si presenta come sincero virtuoso in pagine interessanti che non danno tregua, ma che richiamano anche sensibilità toccanti.



Fri 25 January 2013
New Video! La Leggierezza on Classica TV

New Video broadcasting on Classica TV - La Leggierezza, Etude de Concert by Liszt. YouTube

Thu 27 December 2012
Watch the new CD Video Trailer

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A Liszt Recital CD

CD Release: Nov 12, 2012

A Liszt Recital CD 94357 | by Brilliant Classics

Vanessa Benelli Mosell, piano


1.Valse-Impromptu, S.213

2.Capriccio alla turca sur des motifs de Beethoven: Ruines d'Athenes S388 (1846)

3.La leggierezza - Étude de concert No. 2, S144

4.Hungarian Rhapsody, S244 No. 6 in D flat major

5.Hungarian Rhapsody, S244 No. 10 in E major 'Preludio'

6.Hungarian Rhapsody, S244 No. 11 in A minor

7.Hungarian Rhapsody, S244 No. 12 in C sharp minor

8.Liebestraum, S541 No. 3 (Nocturne in A flat major)

9.Galop russe [Bulhakov] (first version), S478i

10.Soirees Musicales (Rossini-Liszt) S424: La Danza (Tarantella Napolitana)

11.Grand galop chromatique, S219

Wed 5 December 2012
To my Italian Friends!

Domani mattina, 6 Dicembre dalle 9.30 alle 10.00connettiti a Rai Radio3 e ascolta la presentazione del mio nuovo disco all'interno della trasmissione Primo Movimento!

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Tue 4 December 2012
New Video! Vanessa plays the Valse Impromptu by Liszt

Check out the latest video by Vanessa Benelli Mosell on YouTube!

Mon 3 December 2012
Tonight on Rai5!

Tonight on Rai5, the Grand Galop Chromatique at 10.20 pm.

Sun 2 December 2012
Another Excellent Review on The New Liszt Album on MusicWeb International

"After her excellent recent debut CD entitled 'Virtuoso Piano Music' (see review), young Italian pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell has returned almost immediately to the studio for Brilliant Classics for this all-Liszt follow-up.


Pianistically, this recording is every bit as thrilling as the first. Benelli Mosell's sculptured programme - styled after a Liszt recital - surrounds four of the Hungarian Rhapsodies with a miscellany of other pieces, both 'light' and virtuosic. What is particularly interesting about the works Benelli Mosell has chosen is, on the one hand, the fact that they all come from Liszt's earlier years, and on the other, that none of the four Rhapsodies is the Second! The point is that Benelli Mosell could easily have followed the route favoured by every big-label 'superstar', which is to play Liszt's original No.2 and include a meretricious cadenza, or more usually to play the over-the-top arrangement vulgarised - in more senses than one - by Vladimir Horowitz. Instead she has elected not to spotlight directly her own personal brilliance, but rather to be a conduit for Liszt. In an online interview in Italian last year she explained how she had come to understand - from her study with Stockhausen of his Klavierstücke, no less - that the pianist's role is to communicate the composer's ideas to audiences, not his or her own.


Benelli Mosell has already demonstrated, in her debut disc, that Liszt is bread and butter to her, making astonishingly light work of his electric Rhapsodie Espagnole. Here she picks up where she left off, dazzling with her technique and surprising with her emotional maturity. There is no call for much in the way of pathos in her programme, to be sure, although Benelli Mosell's Liebestraum in A flat is markedly poetic. But when it comes to virtuosity, sensibility, panache, however, she has what it takes. Her articulation in particular is outstanding, with every note - Liszt permitting! - clean and precise.


According to Brilliant's own blurb, Pascal Rogé has described Benelli Mosell as "the most natural musical talent I have encountered in my entire life as a musician and teacher". Substantial praise indeed, but not necessarily helpful - in a market of virtuosos, such words, however accurate, tend to ring insincere. Rather surprisingly perhaps, given her instantly obvious talent, Benelli Mosell's own website seems to emphasise not her pianistic ability, but her nubililty - all pages are divided in two, one side providing a carousel of photos of her in various costumes posing sultrily for the camera.


There is more hyperbole to be found in Gerald Larner's booklet notes, which strike a provocative note from the first line: "It is no exaggeration to claim Liszt as the greatest of all 19th-century musicians." Has he forgotten Beethoven? Mendelssohn? Schubert?


Engineering quality is very high - an improvement on the first album in every regard. At Brilliant's bargain price - now considerably cheaper than Naxos - this is a recital worthy of wider attention."



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Fri 30 November 2012
Liszt Album reviewed on Klassieke Zaken in the Netherlands

Excellent review on the dutch music magazine "Klassieke Zaken" of Vanessa's Liszt Album.


"The most natural musical talent in my whole life as a musician and piano teacher ever encountered", pianist Pascal Rogé said in 1999, after having heard the eleven years old Italian pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell from Prato. Years of intensive study at the International Piano Academy in Imola, the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow (with Mikhail Voskresensky, student of Lev Oborin) and The Royal College of Music (with Dimitri Alexeiev) have in no way prejudiced Mosells remarkable musical feature : a crushing naturalness, which is not only reflected in the spontaneous intensity of her animated Liszt interpretations, but also in the enviable instrumental convenience of this now 24-year-old Young Steinway Artist. On her second album Mosell plays dazzling virtuoso pieces as the Hungarian Rhapsodies and the Grand Galop Chromatique, as well as lyrical reveries as the sentimental Liebestraum. It is incredible how much expressiveness Mosell pulled out of the music breaking the barriers of the CD technique. Listening to her Liszt album you get the impression that this impassioned pianist turns your home into a concert hall, with such penetrating and convincing expressive performances. Mosell is clearly a great promise for the future.

Klassieke Zaken

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Mon 12 November 2012
VANESSA BENELLI MOSELL / LISZT The New Album - Today Release Nov 12, 2012

Here It Is! The New Album By Vanessa Benelli Mosell Out Now! In Shops And OnLine.

Sat 27 October 2012

Watch the newest video by Vanessa Benelli Mosell playing Liszt Grand Galop Chromatique on YouTube

Wed 17 October 2012

The second album of Vanessa Benelli Mosell, one of the most exciting pianists of the younger generation, contains a selection of works which Liszt regularly performed himself during his piano recitals (the piano recital itself, being a showcase for one artist only, was invented by Liszt). The works share a quality to impress the audience, whether through hair-raising pyrotechnics (Hungarian Rhapsodies, Grand Galop Chromatique), or heartfelt sentiment (Liebestraum).

Fri 5 October 2012

Bologna - Celebrating charity concert featuring artist Vanessa Benelli Mosell accompanied by the Orchestra Filarmonica del Teatro Comunale di Bologna conducted by Alberto Veronesi. Programme: Beethoven Piano Concerto in C Major.

"La Filarmonica del Teatro Comunale di Bologna è lieta di partecipare alle celebrazioni legate alla figura del Santo Patrono della città in cui la stessa ha sede.

 Per l’occasione ha preparato un concerto che accosterà i più grandi compositori del repertorio classico. Si comincerà con il delicato Concerto per pianoforte e orchestra n.1 di Ludwig van Beethoven, interpretato dalla giovane e brillante pianista Vanessa Benelli Mosell..." Read more:

Sun 12 August 2012

CD review of Vanessa's newest album A Liszt Recital by Brilliant Classics. Scheduled release OCTOBER 2012. Read it on:

Tue 31 July 2012
Vanessa Benelli Mosell Steps In For Martha Argerich performing Chopin Piano Concerto in E minor With Yuri Bashmet and The Moscow Soloists To Audience Acclaim

On Monday night July 30, in Pietrasanta, Vanessa Benelli Mosell performed Chopin Piano Concerto n. 1 in E minor conducted by the living legend Yuri Bashmet and his orchestra The Moscow Soloists at Festival "Pietrasanta in Concerto", replacing Martha Argerich at short notice. 

Fri 6 July 2012
Graduation - Master's Degree of Performance

Vanessa graduated with Distinction from the Royal College of Music in London, earning the Master's Degree of Performance. Vanessa studied at the RCM with Prof. Dmitri Alexeev, holding the Russel Gander Award for two consecutive years.

Sat 28 April 2012
Il Venerdì di Repubblica: Benelli Mosell La pianista che conquistò Stockhausen

Karlheinz Stockhausen ha detto di lei: «Vanessa Benelli Mosell sa come far arrivare la mia musica alle persone». Tutto cominciò quando lei gli portò un cd con alcune sue registrazioni: la giovane pianista di Prato non si aspettava certo che dopo pochi giorni il grande compositore tedesco le avrebbe scritto una lettera, invitandola ad andare a studiare con lui in Germania. Ma così fu : quel tirocinio inaspettato («era un uomo capace di ascoltare con grande pazienza» racconta la Mosell), durò un anno e fu interrotto solo dalla morte del musicista, scomparso a ottant’anni nel dicembre del 2007. Per capire cosa Stockhausen trovò nella musica dell’artista toscana si può ascoltare il suo disco di debutto, Virtuoso piano music, dove la venticinquenne passa da Prokofiev a Liszt, da Hayden a Scriabin, dimostrando, come ha detto il New York Post, «di essere una pianista straordinariamente musicale e fluente». A giugno, uscirà un suo cd dedicato a Liszt con brani virtuosistici e di intrattenimento, come il Sogno d’amore, le Rapsodie ungheresie i Galoppi, scritti tra il 1838 e il 1850. (E. Coraretti)

Thu 5 April 2012
New HD Videos on YouTube!

New videos in HD quality, recorded in March 2012 in the beautiful sorrounding of Villa Cora in Florence, featuring the popular and pyrotechnical Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody n. 6, as well as the Hungarian Rhapsody n. 12 and the very well known Dream of Love. Film Director: Pietro Tagliaferri

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Fri 30 March 2012
La Repubblica - Bashmet:

Bashmet: "Among the rewarded italians I'd like to mention Vanessa Benelli Mosell, who won very young some years ago". Yuri Bashmet mentioned Vanessa as an italian prize winner at his festival "Elba Isola Musicale d'Europa" during his recent interview for the italian newspaper La Repubblica. Read all

Wed 30 November 2011
CD Review

Vanessa Benelli Mosell's Virtuoso Piano Music on the italian music magazine SUONO.

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Wed 28 September 2011
Le Soir - Une respiration belge aux Midis du Louvre

The belgian newspaper "Le Soir", interviewing Vanessa Benelli Mosell.

"La chemise de José Roland n'est plus blanche, elle est semée de nuages rouges. Celle de Chris Christoffels aussi. De loin, on dirait du sang séché, en plus clair. De près, on voit mieux qu'ils n'ont pas trempé dans un crime, que les traces écarlates qui les maquillent sont celles de pigments rouges.

 En fait, ils ont taillé des crayons rouges. Pas pour le plaisir enfantin de faire de belles pointes, mais pour le plaisir artistique de récolter les copeaux, les rognures du taille-crayon et de les utiliser dans une vidéo, en soufflant sur les pellicules colorées pour les projeter sur un mur.

 Le souffle qui fait voler les couleurs. Le souffle qui régule la vie. C'est Breath, le nouveau spectacle multimédia du duo d'artistes belges. Ils viennent de montrer Homère à Saint-Omer. Les voilà maintenant au Louvre, le 29 septembre. La musique de Breath sera interprétée par Dionysis Grammenos à la clarinette et Vanessa Benelli Mosell au piano lors d'un concert où le duo interprétera aussi des œuvres de Brahms et de Poulenc.

 « L'un et l'autre sont des phénomènes musicaux, indique Chris Christoffels, le compositeur du duo. Dionysis est directeur du Festival d'art de Corfou, à 22 ans. Vanessa, à 24 ans, est demandée dans le monde entier. J'ai recommencé la partition à plusieurs reprises, parce que leur technique est époustouflante. »

 Dans ces Midis du Louvre, pas possible de montrer la création multimédia. Mais Chris et José ont enregistré un DVD qui sera distribué aux auditeurs. Et qui donnera du souffle à l'œuvre. Par la suite, on espère bien voir et entendre le tout ensemble.

 Dionysis et Vanessa répètent dans le studio des créateurs, à Ixelles. « C'est la première fois que j'écris pour la clarinette, reprend Chris. Et j'étais très ému d'entendre mes notes jouées. Et heureux que ça leur plaise. » 

Dionysis Grammenos est né à Corfou, dans l'île de la clarinette. Pas de surprise s'il a choisi cet instrument. « A 8 ans, je jouais dans un de ces groupes d'instruments à vent. Aujourd'hui, ce que j'aime, c'est la scène : rien ne vaut l'intensité du contact immédiat avec le public. L'enregistrement par contre… Sauf quand c'est live. » Les séances de photos et vidéos, le Grec qui vit en Allemagne n'aime pas trop non plus : « Ce n'est pas ce que je préfère, mais… »

 Vanessa Benelli Mosell, elle, s'y prête avec patience. « Dionysis m'a invitée à jouer avec lui ? Ça m'a fait très plaisir. » La jeune Italienne qui vit à Londres a travaillé pendant trois ans aux côtés de Stockhausen. « J'avais 16 ans, c'était excitant. Recevoir ses conseils, c'était fantastique. »

 Dernièrement elle était en Chine pour une tournée. « J'y étais bien, je n'avais pas envie de quitter ce pays. » Mais la voilà à Bruxelles avant de se retrouver, bientôt, à Paris. 

Pour le moment, on la filme, pour la vidéo du spectacle. Elle recommence une fois de plus les notes d'introduction, se lève et plonge la main dans le cœur du piano pour titiller les cordes. Dionysis attend, un peu anxieux. Ce sera bientôt son tour d'être filmé. José Roland et Chris Christoffels, toujours tachés de rouge, restent attentifs, coachent le cameraman, l'éclairagiste. Anxieux eux aussi. Le trac toujours. Il ne se dénouera qu'au Louvre, une fois que Vanessa et Dionysis entameront Breath.

 Breath à l'Auditorium du Louvre à Paris le 29 septembre à 12 h 30."

(Jean-Claude Vantroyen)

Wed 21 September 2011
CD Review on International Record Review


“As she was described by Pascal Rogé as “…the most natural musical talent I have encountered in my entire life as a musician and teacher”, one naturally expects an intriguing listen from Italian Vanessa Benelli Mosell’s début disc. Acclaimed performances of Stockhausen’s Klavierstuecke (with whom she studied until his death) suggest she possesses a command of technical challenges, which indeed manifests itself in assured playing throughout this recital. She attacks the opening of Prokofiev’s Sonata n. 7 with a determined impetus and nervous energy. Passages of quieter reflection come across as somewhat detached rather than desolate, portraying as almost nonchalant passive-aggressiveness. This feeling continues throughout the second movement Andante Caloroso. While she does make the transition from the rather beautiful opening to the highly chromatic middle section and back again effectively, one senses a slight innocence to the underlying bitterness in this movement. She launches into the final Precipitato toccata with an electric energy, highlighting strands of counterpoint and hidden voices with a steely precision. The dizzying pace is maintained right up to the last bar, an impressive feat in itself…”

“Mosell’s handling of Haydn’s E minor Keyboard Sonata, Hob. XVI/34 is particularly deft. Tempos are promisingly brisk, supplemented by a clarity in rapid passages throughout…”

“Unsurprisingly, Mosell launches headlong into Scriabin's unfairly neglected Sonata No. 1. Think for a moment what impact over-practicing Balakiriev's Islamey can have on the hands. It is said Scriabin damaged his right hand considerably doing just this, penning this Sonata as an outcry against what he believed was his fate. With this in mind, Mosell is appropriately melancholic in the Adagio second movement, allowing it to pass by as if it were an introspective stream of consciousness, as well as in the closing Funebre. The third movement Presto is well handled, showcasing her apparent ease with rapid octaves…”, “…This is a promising début recital, showing flashes of inspiration and virtuosity. Young female contemporaries might just have a contender waiting in the wings.”

Sat 17 September 2011
CD review on SUONO

Challenging program chosen by Vanessa Benelli Mosell for her début album. Works that require it remarkable technical skills beyond sensitivity of interpretation. Armed with a prestigious curriculum that places her among the most talented pianists of our age, the young Vanessa securely tackles this challenge by offering high-level performances. Prokofiev Sonata n. 7 has been written in 1940. Second of the three “war” Sonatas, it won a Stalin Prize which made it famous. The first movement Allegro inquieto, alternating between two contrasting elements, is followed by the Andante caloroso, lyrical and espressivo, and closes with the famous Precipitato with fast sequences of drum-beat chords. Rhapsodie Espagnole by Liszt is from 1863 and belongs to the Roman years of the Hungarian musician. Liszt inserts some Spanish themes as the Folie d’Espagne which, after a brief introduction, opens the work, and Jota Aragonesa with a distinctly virtuoso character. A third theme follows, which together with the previous themes triumphantly closes the composition. Trills, octave jumps, sprints and fast repeated notes makes the Rhapsody a real virtuoso challenge. Haydn and Scriabin follow. By the first we have the E minor Sonata Hob: XVI/34, composed by three movements with the Adagio between the fast movements. The Sonata is written in 1892 and about a hundred years separates it from Scriabin Sonata n. 1 op. 6. Haydn’s classical language is however not missing conflicting elements and rhythmic tensions that dominate the Sonata n. 1 op. 6. Composed in 1982 is in four movements with a long initial Allegro followed by a movement without indication , a Presto and a Funeral march which accentuates the dramatic nature of the work. (SUONO - September 2011, Paola Raschi) Artistic quality: 8, Technical quality: 9

Wed 3 August 2011
Vanessa receiving the Festival Award at Pietrasanta in Concerto

On July 30 Vanessa has received the Award Musica Viva for an outstanding italian talent at Festival "Pietrasanta in Concerto". This year friendship between Italy and Russia has been celebrated and sealed with Vanessa Benelli Mosell as the young Award Festival winner and the russian star cellist Tatiana Vassiljeva. Vanessa performed Bach Concerto in F minor with Chamber Orchestra of Paris, conducted by Michael Guttman.

Fri 15 July 2011
Vanessa's Virtuoso Piano Album is a "fabulous CD" for the spanish music magazine Melomano


Debut Album Virtuoso Piano Music has been reviewed and marked as a "Reccommended Audio" on the spanish music magazine Melomano, in July 2011.

"Benelli Mosell has chosen a demanding program that shows her remarkable talents and exploits the potential of the piano to the fullest. Furthermore, a precision of high purity technique and a chamaleon ability to match each one of the different styles and moods of the programme."


Brilliant Classics presenta el álbum de debut de la joven virtuosa Vanessa Benelli Mosell. La italiana ha desarrollado de manera fulgurante su carrera tocando el piano por medio mundo, con orquestas, como la Filarmónica de Berlín, o en recital, como en el Wigmore Hall de Londres. Por lo que ha resultado verdaderamente conocida es por haber sido invitada por el ya fallecido Karlheinz Stockhausen para estudiar con él en Alemania, lo que le llevó a convertirse en toda una experta y reputada intérpretede la música de este autor. No obstante, para su disco de presentación, Benelli ha escogido un exigente programa que despliega sus notables talentos y explota el potencial expresivo del piano al máximo.A ello cabría añadir, a resultas, una precisión en la técnica de gran pureza y un amoldamiento camaleónico a cada uno de los estilos expuestos.El repertorio abarca siglo y medio de historia de la música, desde la dramática obra en tonalidad menor de Franz Joseph Haydn de 1784 hasta la segunda de las tres Sonatas de Guerra de Serguéi Prokofiev. La obra del soviético,la Sonata para piano nº 7 en si bemol,abre el fabuloso disco mientras que la Sonata para piano en mi menor Hob.XVI: 34 de Haydn sucede y antecede a otras dos piezas muy relevantes: la Rapsodia Espanola S254 de Franz Liszt del año 1863, y Sonata para piano nº 1 en fa menor opus 6,de Alexander Scriabin, compuesta en 1892.

Tue 5 July 2011
Join Vanessa Benelli Mosell on YouTube!

Follow the link to join Vanessa's Official YouTube Channel and watch latest videos! 

Tue 5 July 2011
New Stockhausen Videos

Watch rare videos of Vanessa Benelli Mosell at 17 years old rehearsing with composer Karlheinz Stockhausen and a live performance of his Piano Pieces .

Sun 12 June 2011
Chamber Music Broadcasted Live on Radio3

Chamber Music Matinée Concert broadcasted live on RAI Radio3, at noon-time 12pm, from Palazzo del Quirinale in Rome on Sunday 12th June, Michael Guttman - violin, David Cohen - cello, Vanessa Benelli Mosell - piano/Shostakovich and Arensky Trios.

Tue 7 June 2011
Gramophone Magazine Review of Vanessa Benelli Mosell New Album is out now!

"Sparkling technique in demanding music", "She leaves no doubt of her enviable facility throughout this, her ultrademanding debut Album", "Dextrous and cool-headed, she launches into Prokofiev's Seventh Sonata at a cracking pace...she is off like a rocket in the drum-beat 7/8 Precipitato finale, remarkably maintanining her impetus in the ever-widening leaps of the closing pages." (Gramophone) July 2011, Bryce Morrison

Sat 4 June 2011
Vanessa's Newest Video

Follow the link to watch Vanessa Benelli Mosell's new Video Presentation of her new Album 'Virtuoso Piano Music' by Brilliant Classics, Cat. No. 94209. Photos by Daniel Herendi / Prokofiev Sonata n. 7 - Precipitato

Sun 29 May 2011
Reccommended Award - Prokofiev Liszt Haydn Scriabin Album

Virtuoso Piano Music Album advertised on Music Web International has received the Reccommended Award on .

Tue 17 May 2011
MusicWeb International - Review
This first CD by Italian pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell is subtitled 'Virtuoso Piano Music' - needlessly, perhaps, but truthfully. None of the works played here is exactly under-recorded, but for a debut recording this is certainly an impressive programme in every respect.

According to the Brilliant Classics blurb, Pascal Rogé has called Benelli Mosell "the most natural musical talent I have encountered in my entire life as a musician and teacher", and shortly before his death Karlheinz Stockhausen said she "has the power to let people appreciate my music". It has been known for 'older gentlemen' to get carried away when spending time in the company of young women, especially sultry, blonde, voluptuous Italian ones with a prodigious artistic talent - far better therefore to let the musicianship speak for itself.

That means letting these four great works speak for themselves - which Benelli Mosell does indeed do. Perhaps her youth prevents her from imposing a strong personality on the music, but in an online interview in Italian she implies that she understands - from her study with Stockhausen of his Klavierstücke - that the pianist's role is to communicate the composer's ideas to audiences; in other words, performers should not make the music about themselves. Mitsuko Uchida has devoted herself to this cause, and Benelli Mosell may well be following a similar path. She is so obviously photogenic that unscrupulous agents will doubtless try to persuade her to 'do a Lang Lang', and thereby relegate composers of genius to footnotes - but so far, so good. On Brilliant at least she seems in safe hands.

In any case, to open a debut recording with Prokofiev's sarcastic, fiendish Seventh Sonata is a true baptism of fire. Yet Benelli Mosell seems to revel in the densely chromatic, often virtually atonal tumult of much of this Stalin-Award-winning, viciously anti-Stalinist work. To follow that with Liszt's phenomenally virtuosic Rhapsodie Espagnole would be artistic suicide for mere mortals, but Benelli Mosell's arms and fingers, presumably after a good rest, are more than willing, and able, to take on the relentless onslaught of gorgeous notes, and she does so with great panache.

After these two works, a keyboard sonata by Joseph Haydn might seem like a stroll in the park, but not so when the sonata in question is the no.53 in E minor, Hob. XVI/34, in which Haydn's poetic restlessness and harmonic ambiguities surprisingly begin to resemble Beethoven. Though Haydn himself would probably have been astounded by Liszt's and Prokofiev's super-human pianism, this Sonata of his is nevertheless liberally scattered with virtuosic demands on top of the specialist skills required by Classical form. Benelli Mosell takes the opening Presto a little on the sub-presto side, but she makes up for it in the Vivace molto finale. The Adagio middle movement is a well-placed balm in this otherwise fairly hectic programme.

From its opening bar, Skriabin's First Sonata, op.6 drops the pianist right back into the turbulence and drama of the early 20th century - yet amazingly, Skriabin's visionary work was written with almost a decade still left of the 19th. Benelli Mosell's account of both the bleak Adagio and the desperately sad, funereal last movement is very moving: full of emotion and insight beyond her years.

The recording is good, although the Steinway piano sounds as if it has seen better days, and the microphones are close enough to pick up sometimes too much of the noise of the piano action. Acireale is famous for its spectacular location at the foot of Etna, its carnival and its churches. The liner-notes do not specify the exact location of the recording, but the lack of reverberation suggests that Brilliant preferred the technical reliability of a studio.

For pianophiles to be in a position to determine whether or not Pascal Rogé really was hamming it up, much more evidence will be needed, and on the strength of this disc can be eagerly anticipated. Meanwhile, for anyone looking for an introduction not only to Benelli Mosell's indisputable gifts, but to the piano music of Liszt, Prokofiev or Skriabin, this is a good, neutral place to start.

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Tue 26 April 2011
Introduction of Virtuoso Piano Music CD Recording on Radio3 - Primo Movimento

RAI Radio3 will introduce Vanessa Benelli Mosell's latest recording Virtuoso Piano Music on April 27th at 9.30 am during the broadcast "Primo Movimento".

Mon 25 April 2011
Vanessa's First Album on Abeille Musique

Pour son premier enregistrement, la pianiste italienne Vanessa Benelli-Mosell a préféré s’écarter des sentiers battus : pas de Chopin ou de Rachmaninov de service, pas d’Appassionata, pas de Rêve d’amour… A la place, elle nous propose de redécouvrir une Sonate de Prokofiev, une rareté de la grande maturité de Liszt, la plus belle Sonate de Haydn, et un Scriabine, de ces œuvres qui ne hantent guère les scènes ni les CD. L’avantage est qu’elle ne sera pas automatiquement comparée à d’autres pianistes… le désavantage, c’est que l’on ne pourra pas aisément la comparer à d’autres pianistes !


    Le jeu de Benelli-Mosell, disons-le tout de suite, se plaît dans ces œuvres puissantes, amples, dans lesquelles la virtuosité arbitraire (celle, par exemple, des premiers Liszt) cède le pas à une virtuosité nécessaire, celle imposée par la musique elle-même. Celle de Prokofiev et du Liszt de la Rhapsodie espagnole, des œuvres d’essence orchestrale où les plans sonores dégagent mille sonorités opposées et dix mille timbres colorés. Dans Haydn, elle s’attelle à faire surgir la puissance du discours au-delà de l’apparente simplicité du discours – car c’est là la sonate la plus tragique de Haydn. Enfin, son Scriabine déborde de diaboliques déliquescences névrosées. Vanessa Benelli-Mosell, une jeune pianiste à suivre de près, maintenant qu’elle a assuré ses débuts sur une majorité de grandes scènes internationales.

Abeille Musique

Thu 17 March 2011
Debut CD Recording Release March 2011- Introducing Vanessa Benelli Mosell - Virtuoso Piano Music

Brilliant Classics presents the debut recording of the young Italian virtuoso Vanessa Benelli Mosell. - Repertoire ranging from a stylefully played sonata of Haydn, through a dazzling performance of Liszt’s fiendishly difficult Spanish Rhapsody to a highly enervating Prokofiev Seventh, in which the final moto perpetuo simply blows one away!

Wed 16 March 2011
Vanessa featuring Russian Star Cellist Boris Andrianov marking the Launch of the VIVACELLO! Festival 2011 in Moscow and London

Acclaimed Russian cellist Boris Andrianov will give one London recital on March 25th at the Russian Cultural Centre to launch the 3rd VIVACELLO FESTIVAL.
Vivacello takes place in Moscow every October and features an array of international stars.
This performance, in association with Mariana Haseldine Projects, will promote the Festival in Britain. The concert is preceded by a press conference that will take place at 6pm at the Russian Cultural Centre (Pushkin House, 5a Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2TA) on 25th March.

Recital by Boris Andrianov, violoncello
Vanessa Benelli Mosell, piano

Marking the launch of the VIVACELLO FESTIVAL 2011

Friday 25 March 2011

18.00 Press Conference
19.30 Concert
£20, £18 concs and FOPH

The 3rd International Cello Festival VIVACELLO

The 3rd International Cello Festival VIVACELLO will be held in Moscow
in autumn 2011. The festival promises to be one of the most important
cultural events of the year. The previous two festivals were warmly
greeted by the general public and the media.
The festival is managed by cultural foundation U-Art, a Russian
concert agency, with support from the Ministry of Culture of The
Russian Federation. The Artistic Director of the festival is the acclaimed
musician Boris Andrianov.
The First International Cello Festival, which was held in February
2008, was dedicated to the memory of the great Mstislav Rostropovich;
it became a holiday that allowed lovers of art to take a fresh look at
modern cello-playing. The Second VIVACELLO International Cello
Festival was held in March 2010, with a team of the preeminent
musicians performing the works of J.S. Bach. The Festival partner was
UNICEF. One of the Festival’s highlights was an appearance by actor
Sir Roger Moore.
The Third VIVACELLO Festival will be extensively advertised and will
attract considerable public attention and media support. Participation
by Yuri Bashmet, Julian Rachlin, the Venice Chamber Orchestra and many
other artists is expected.

Thu 13 January 2011

Vanessa Benelli Mosell has been welcomed by Steinway & Sons as a Young Steinway Artist.

Mon 10 January 2011
Coming Soon - Vanessa's Solo at St Stephen

St Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road, London SW7 on January 17th 2011 at 6.30pm

Programme: Scarlatti, Shostakovich, Liszt, Strauss

Wed 5 January 2011
Cheltenham Piano Recital

Click below to read about Vanessa's Recital in Cheltenham:

Wed 20 October 2010
Vanessa Benelli Mosell starring at Berlin Philharmonie

Debut at Berlin Philharmonie with Berliner Symphoniker Orchester conducted by Lior Shambadal, performing Liszt E flat Major Concerto n. 1, before a crowded audience.

Sun 15 August 2010
Vanessa at the Tuscan Sun Festival

Vanessa Benelli Mosell featured world class violinist Michael Guttman at the Tuscan Sun Festival 2010, performing chamber music by Brahms at Teatro Signorelli in lovely Cortona.

Wed 30 June 2010
Incontri con l'Oriente in Prato

A terrific show performed by Vanessa Benelli Mosell and her friends composers George Gao and Shan Xiang Tu, chinese erhu and pipa players, in an East-West Programme. The concert was a step ahead towards integration of Chinese Community in Prato.

Fri 11 June 2010
Vanessa on Tour of Japan

Major Japanese Debut Tour performing in Osaka, Tokyo and Nagoya.

Sun 9 May 2010
Solo Recitals in Frankfurt

Triumphal solo performances in Frankfurt, Bechstein Hall and Foundation Ars Vivendi, playing piano masterpieces by Chopin, Liszt and Brahms.

Thu 6 May 2010
Amazing China Tour!

Vanessa performed with erhu virtuoso George Gao, in marvelous huge and crowded concert halls of the major cities in China, as well as for the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai - with soldout performances and great fun.

Wed 27 January 2010
Successful London Debut

Vanessa made her London Debut Recital organized by The Keyboard Trust in association with Steinway & Sons.

Wed 9 December 2009
Watch Vanessa Benelli Mosell on Limenmusic

Vanessa's newest video recording playing Brahms Paganini Variations, Beethoven G major Sonata op. 31 n. 1, Haydn E minor Sonata and Prokofiev 7th Sonata.

photos by Roberto Masotti     realizzato da UbyWeb&Multimedia