Mendelssohn Complete Piano Works

"This is the finest set of Mendelssohn’s Songs without Words now available"
Classic FM

In 2017 Decca published the 10-CD Box "Mendelssohn Complete Piano Works”. The recordings (2005-2014) include 60 World Premieres.

"Playing Heart, Soul and Feet"

"Italian pianist Roberto Prosseda revives a lost art, recreating the haunting melodies of a pedal piano"
Corinna Wollheim, The Wall Street Journal


Mendelssohn's Piano Concertos

Since his 2009 debut with the Gewandhaus Orchestra and Riccardo Chailly (with whom he recorded the Concerto No. 3 for Decca), Roberto Prosseda performed all Mendelssohn Piano Concertos with more than 50 orchestras. He also recorded the other piano concertos by Mendelssohn for Decca (Piano Concertos No.1 and 2 and the two Conertos for two pianos and orchestra), with the Residentie Orkest and Jan Willem de Vriend, and the Concerto for piano, violin and orchestra with Shlomo Mintz.



iMendelssohn is an informative tool dedicated to the German composer Felix Mendelssohn (1809 - 1847). It is the first app that provides such a wide range of information about a classical composer. It presents the full catalogue of Mendelssohn's works, based on the new catalogue by Ralf Wehner (published by Breitkopf in 2009), a wide selection of Mendelssohn's letters and a selected biography and discography. Several facsimiles of music manuscripts, paintings and handwritten letters are also included.

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Mozart Complete Piano Sonatas

Between 2015 and 2018 Decca released Roberto Prosseda's 6 CDs with Mozart's complete piano sonatas. It is the first recording of Mozart Sonatas with a non-equal temperament on a modern piano. A 2-CD album with the Complete Piano Variation is being released in 2023. Prosseda also recorded the Rondos, Fantasias and Dances, to be released in 2024
"A recording which has to become a new reference”. Ingo Harden, Fono Forum


What is the difference between music reproduction and interpretation?

In this unique project, a human pianist, Roberto Prosseda, challenges a robot-pianist, TeoTronico. Prosseda and TeoTronico will also discuss and debate their own performances, commenting and criticizing each other, in order to stimulate a better perception of the music from the audience.