Maurizio Bignone is an italian pianist and composer, trasversal and crossover,he embraces different styles from the first compositions without neglecting experimentation but always with a common thread that unites his works and that is why he felt the necessity to develop a melodic line well defined, all within the basic common system that is part of contemporary classical music. His love for nature, its wonders and the sensations it generates is all at the basis of his music. With his music Maurizio whispers to people’s souls, and he establishes a special harmony with them that creates a sensation of emotional well-being. Maurizio is also considered one of the most interesting artists on the Italian contemporary scene. In 2019 he started a new tour with his new project “No Border” where Maurizio plays with the flutist Elena Kushchii (first flutist and soloist of the Opera Theater in Odessa – Ukraine) and the cellist Giorgio Gasbarro (first cello soloist at the Massimo Theatre in Palermo ). In 2020 Maurizio will be in tour also with the new project piano solo “Inner Reflection”, an intense musical journey where Maurizio describes with passion and sensitive soul at times wild and dreamy ,what are the limits of human nature when compared with the elements of nature. His music is requested and performed by musicians from all over the world such as the violinist Laurentius Dinca (Berliner Philharmoniker) and the Berlin Philharminic Soloists, the American violist concertist Brett Deubner, the Russian cellist concertist Maya Fridman, the Italian pianist Gilda Buttà, the Italian cellist soloist Luca Pincini, the American solo trumpeter Ralph Alessi, the first solo cello of the Gurzenich -Orchester of Cologne Ulrike Schafer, the concertist and principal viola of the Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Dennis Krasnokutsky, the Serbian concert pianist Maja Rajkovich, the Italian jazz pianist Rita Marcotulli, the Tan’g Quartet of Singapore, the Trio Siciliano (with the soloists of the Teatro Massimo of Palermo), the Opera Theater of Astana, the Novosibirsk Philarmonic Chamber Orchestra etc. His music is included in many festivals like “Festival dei due mondi” in Spoleto, the Massimo Theatre in Palermo, the Friends of Music in Palermo, in Novara, in Milan, in Mazara del Vallo, in Trapani, University of Palermo, of Perugia, of Bari, of Aaron Copland School in NYC, Festival of Contemporary Music in Novosibirsk (Russia), Round Top festival (Texas), Festival of Gramado (Brazil), Gibellina Orestiadi (contemporary music festival), Womad, and they are performed in the most important concert halls of Italy, Germany, France, England, Belgium, USA, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Russia, Singapore, Netherland, China etc.