Guido Mallardi started teaching with Cadenza Music in September 2017. He is an Italian pianist, composer and researcher winner of 'On Piano Creativity International Contest'. He studied at the Conservatoire of Fermo and awarded a scholarship in the year 2000. He also studied in the Conservatoire of Milan, Academy of Imola and Mozart Academy in Brussels. He is passionate about improvisation and experimentation and has in depth analytical and practical knowledge of a wide range of genres.
Guido has taught piano, theory, composition, harmony, arranging, counterpoint and improvisation for approximately 15 years. He has developed a method called 'Analogic' and an symbol based approach called Piano Technique Stenography (PTS). His approach is suited to all ages and abilities and his experience has helped him refine his approach so that he is fully competent teaching in any setting or scenario.
Additionally he has started making public demonstrations of his
'Brainarm' method which gives non-musicians the tools to compose without prior experience.
In summary, Guido is a highly versatile, experienced and innovative educator that cares a great deal about the services he provides.