Marcantonio Barone - Piano
began playing the piano at age three.
studied with Eleanor Sokoloff at the Curtis Institute of Music
and with Leon Fleisher at the Peabody Conservatory of Music
As a chamber musician, he performs annually with the Lenape Chamber Ensemble, 1807 and Friends, the Craftsbury Chamber Players, and at the Delaware Chamber Music Festival.
As a soloist, he
has performed, in recital and with orchestras, in the United States and abroad.
In 2014, with members of the Philadelphia-based new-music ensemble Orchestra 2001, he
played chamber works of American composers for young audiences in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, and performed George Crumb's Voices from the Morning of the Earth in the Navajo Nation and elsewhere in Arizona and New Mexico.
Mr. Barone is head of the piano department and assistant director of the Bryn Mawr Conservatory of Music.
He also teaches at Swarthmore College.