Edoardo Brotto studied Engeneering at University of Padua and piano with M°Victoria Pontecorboli, M° Alessandra Rocchetti, M° Federica Righini, M° Riccardo Zadra and he obtained his Diploma with hornors at Conservatory A.Pedrollo in Vicenza. He continued his studies at Koninklijk Conservatorium in Brussel with M°Aleksandar Madzar and in 2015 he Master graduated with the highest honors in Piano performance. He attended a post master program reserved for the best students at Koninklijk Conservatorium. Edoardo won several prizes in national and international piano competition and he has been awared as the best student (first prize) of the Conservatory of Vicenza in 2012. He attended various masterclasses and lessons with Andrea Lucchesini, Stefano Bollani, Filippo Gamba, Aleksandar Madzar, Leslie Howard, Riccardo Zadra, Boyan Vodenitcharov, Rolf Plagge, Claudius Tanski and Jan Wijn. He has recently been invited by the Liszt Society to the masterclasses holded by Leslie Howard and to the International Festival Schiermonnikoog.
Edoardo has a peculiar talent for classical improvisation, developed as soon as he started playing piano. His improvisations and compositions (in the style of Chopin, Rachmaninov, Debussy, Ravel, Shostakovich) are famous in the web and he has been discovered and published in several articles by Classic FM. Thanks to the combination of his arts he has been invited to hold a photo exhibition and play an improvisations concert in Luxembourg at the Kinneksbond. Edoardo gave concerts and recitals in Cesena, Vicenza, Venice, Belluno, Roana, at the “Royal Concert Hall” with the Rachmaninov’s Third Concerto Op.30 in Bruxelles, Amsterdam, Drachten, Leeuwarden, Meppel, Santpoort and he plays often in duo with the cellist Wytske Holtrop with whom has also been interviewed by Omrop Fryslân radio/tv. Edoardo is also a nature photographer, specialized in landscapes and nightscapes. He was a pioneer in night photography being one of the first photographers to succesfully shoot the "arched Milky Way" by using his own particular panoramic technique. He has been published on "The Daily Telegraph", Fotografia Reflex, Meridiani Montagne, Asferico, National Geographic, he collaborated with the British company Bracroft Media which allowed him worldwide publications of his night-portfolio stories and he has been published on the book "Dolomiti Photo - The great photographers of the Dolomites". A complete interview is online on RewindMagazine. He was finalist at the prestigious Sony World Photography Award 2011 with his famous "The Crown of the Dolomites", which was also the most popular image in 1x.com for over three years. Together with his Dreamerlandscape's former colleagues, he exposed his portfolios in several photo exhibitions.