Argentine-American pianist Mirian Conti’s recording output and international concerts have garnered praise and awards. In recognition of her extraordinary talent, a scholarship honoring Conti was established at Juilliard by the Edwin Bachman Estate. In addition, she was selected as one of 100 Outstanding Alumni to celebrate Juilliard’s centennial in 2005-06. She was a scholarship student of Richard Fabre and Josef Raieff and earned a BM and MM from Juilliard. Her other teachers include Genny Blech, Freda Rosenblatt, and Byron Janis. Conti has appeared worldwide as a soloist and with many orchestras in Europe, Asia, Africa, South and Central America, Canada, and throughout the United States. She has made solo and chamber appearances at Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York, and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, and has performed at concert halls in Poland, Latvia, Morocco, Spain, France, Italy, Montenegro, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Mexico, and throughout China.
Conti has recorded 20 albums for Albany, Koch International, Toccata Classics, Island, Parnassus, XLNT, and Steinway & Sons labels, and was recently awarded the Albéniz Medal for her performance of the complete Iberia in Camprodon, Spain. Her lecture-recitals and master classes on the music of Spain and the United States have been presented at leading colleges and universities in the U.S., South America, and China. She has organized and directed a host of competitions and festivals to promote promising young musicians. Conti is the director of 5@5 at DiMenna, 6@6 at Yamaha, Teachers del Norte-Pianists del Sur, and the Grandes Maestros Argentinos Master Class Series. Conti is a Yamaha artist.