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Ilaria Centorrino was born in Messina (Italy) in 1998. She graduated in organ with magna cum laude at the S. Giacomantonio Music Conservatory of Cosenza with prof. Emanuele Cardi. In 2022 she carried out a traineeship at the University of Kansas (U.S.) with professors James Higdon and Olivier Latry. She has performed solo organ recitals in Italy, Portugal, Switzerland, England, France, Germany, Sweden and Turkey.

As a regular prizewinner, some of the most important prizes include: first prize at the 8th International Organ Competition “Pierre de Manchicourt” in Saint-Omer, third prize at the Miami International Organ Competition, third prize at the 7th Sweelinck International Organ Competition in Amsterdam, Second prize (first prize not awarded) at 5th International Organ Competition Organi storici del Basso Friuli, Second prize at the 6th International Organ Competition "Premio Elvira Di Renna” in Faiano, and the Dame Gillian Weir Medal for the performance of Liszt’s Fantasy and Fugue on the name of BACH syncretic version by Jean Guillou during the 10th Northern Ireland International Organ Competition.

In November 2018 she recorded her first CD for Urania Record dedicated to the Italian influence in Northern European organ music. She is now organ professor at the S.Giacomantonio Music Conservatory in Cosenza (Italy).

Johann Gottfried Walther (1684-1748)

Concerto del Signore Tomaso Albinoni appropriato all’organo




Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele, BWV 654

Sonata in Trio n.4 BWV 528

O Mensch bewein, dei Sünde groß, BWV 622

Fantasia e Fuga in sol minore BWV 542

Concerto in re minore BWV 596, after Antonio Vivaldi RV 565

Faustas Latenas (1956-2020)