This contributed to his winning the prestigious Chiarappa Chamber Music Prize in Florence in 2013 and to play with many eminent musicians, such as Francesco Manara, Paolo Andreoli, the Quartetto di Cremona, the Čiurlionis Quartet, Nikolay Sugahev, and others. His New York débuts in 2015 at the Lincoln Center and in Vilnius Philharmonic Hall in May 2016 received both great critical acclaim. In 2012 he made his début at the 75th Festival of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino with a Debussy Recital. In Italy he has played at the most important festivals of Rome, Milan, Florence, Venice, Genoa, Bologna, Brescia, Pisa, Bari, in the Mantova Chamber Music Festival, ROF Pesaro, Amici Della Musica di Cagliari, Festival "Città di Lucca", Associazione Mariani of Ravenna and many others. Furthermore, in 2008 he did the première of the Menuhin Sonata by Russian composer Rodion Schedrin in Sala Piatti, Bergamo. He has recorded for RAI, for Vatican Radio, for Lithuanian National Radio, for Lithuanian Television as well as for Naxos Records, and has obtained a distinction in many important piano competitions.
Since 2009 he has played with the violinist Justina Auškelytė, acclaimed by critics and audiences. Their first-world recording of the Complete Works for Violin and Piano by the Lithuanian composer Balys Dvarionas for the largest classical music label Naxos has been released in May 2017 and is now available in record stores worldwide and online.
Born in Ravenna in 1989, he studied the piano from a young age and made his concert début at the age of six. He studied at Florence Conservatory with Maria Teresa Carunchio as well as in Turin with Enrico Pace, in Imola "Incontri col Maestro" Academy with Konstantin Bogino, and also in Rome "Santa Cecilia" Academy with Carlo Fabiano. He has received guidance from many great musicians, including Elena Ashkenazy, Bruno Canino, Aldo Ciccolini, Pavel Gililov, Sergio Perticaroli, Daniel Rivera, Pavel Berman, Dario De Rosa, Bruno Giuranna, Silvia Marcovici, Pavel Vernikov, and Mats Widlund. Now he performs regularly in Italy and abroad as a soloist and chamber musician. He has recorded in Italy, Denmark, Sweden, and Lithuania for RAI, for Vatican Radio, for Lithuanian National Radio, for Lithuanian Television as well as for Naxos Records; he also has obtained a distinction in many important piano competitions.
Born in Ravenna in 1989, he studied the piano from a young age and made his concert début at the age of seven. He studied at Florence Conservatory Cherubini with Maria Teresa Carunchio as well as in Turin with Enrico Pace, in Imola Incontri col Maestro Academy with Konstantin Bogino, and also in Rome Santa Cecilia Academy with Carlo Fabiano. He has received advice from many great musicians.
For his love and dedication to chamber music, he won the Chiarappa Prize in Florence in 2013.
Cesare has also a great affection for teaching: he taught piano and chamber music in Liceo Musicale of Bologna and is now a piano professor in the Officina Della Musica in Ravenna.