Immanuel Bah

Inevitable and devastating, it was the poignant vision of Immanuel Bah’s Brahms, causing the audience of Rio to burst into tears, and after a short silence stand up and begin to applaud. I never heard a musician who can let pray Rio’s audience during a concert. Perhaps this guy was touched by God’s finger.

Journal do Brasil

A profoundly mature pianist despite the very young age, with the ability to dig inside the keyboard creating phonic and timbric effects that tend to ultra-high ground.

ABC Magazine

Timbric esoterism, authentic emotionality and unscrupulous virtuosic bravery were the fundamental characteristics of a just sixteen years old pianist who last night impressed the audience of Venice.

Il Messaggero

Emanuele Vito De Caria, a twenty-years-old pianist, has always shown precocious musical talent. He began studying the piano as a self-taught at the age of 3 years old. At the age of 7 he debuted at the Petruzzelli Theater on an evening by Enfant Prodige. At the age of 12 he was admitted to the Conservatory of Reggio Calabria in the class of the famous teacher Cinzia Dato and later studied at the prestigious “Incontri col Maestro” in Imola with Maestro Riccardo Risaliti. Despite this he held master classes with international masters such as Aldo Ciccolini, Jerome Rose, Francois Joel Thiollier, Leslie Howard, Benedetto Lupo, Bruno Canino. Emanuele has been awarded in countless international competitions such as Nuova Coppa Pianisti in Osimo, Ibla Grand Prize in New York, Rotary Club Fundation Competition, Prize Antonio Trombone in Palermo, Prize Renato Sellani in Milan etc. In 2016, at the age of seventeen, he made his debut at the Municipal Theater of Bologna with the 24 Etudes by Chopin. Subsequently he plays the Piano Concerto n 2 op. 83 by Johannes Brahms with the Philarmonic Orchestra “Mihail Jorah” of Bacau under the direction of Maestro Ovidiu Balan and won the Best Italian Pianist Award at the Piano & Orchestra Competition “City of Cantù”. In 2018, at age of 19, was invited by Minister of Culture of Brazil, Miguel Proença, to get a challenge consisting of learning on 5 months the Integral piano works by Johannes Brahms. He got it on September 2018 playing all repertoire in 5 recitals in the prestigious “Sala Cecilia Meireles” in Rio de Janeiro. Among the important halls where he held concerts stand out Sala Cecilia Meireles of Rio de Janeiro, Cavagnis’ Hall of Venice, Villa Pignatelli of Naples, Dal Verme Theater of Milan, Municipal Theater of Bologna, Skrjabin Museum of Moscow, Metropolitan Theater “Astra” in San Donà di Piave, Salle Cortot of Paris, Eutherpe Hall in Leòn, Municipal Theater of Palermo, Bolshoi Theater of Joinville.