Born in 1983, from a musical background, Aimo Pagin decided to devote himself to his passion. He studied with different renowned teacher F. Claustre in Strasbourg, Rena Shereshevskaya in Colmar, Dominique Merlet in Geneva and Leon Fleisher in Baltimore.
In addition to his formal education with his masters, Aimo Pagin has taken precious advice from many well-known and respected musicians, such as: Radu Lupu, Murray Perahia, David Zinman, Vladimir Feltsman, Andras Schiff, Pascal Roge, Dimitri Bashkirov, Maria Tipo, Valentin Gheorghio…
His musical expression, his ability to communicate sound and his wide-ranging musical interests draw considerable attention to himself in today’s musical world.
Since then, national and international music awards have been bestowed upon him. He won at age 14 the First prize at the Concours Musical de France in Paris. Prizewinner of the International George Enescu Competition (Bucharest 2005) and of the Valsesia Musica (Milano 2006), he won the First prize at the Premio Pianistico Pausil Ypon (Napoli 2006) with outstanding acclaim.
In November 2007, he won the Second prize at the Ferrol International Piano Competition (Spain), in August 2008 the Second prize at the Jacopo Linussio International Piano Competition in Tolmezzo (Italy) and more recently the First prize at the Palma d’Oro International Piano Competition (Italy 2009) and the Second prize at the Premio Fausto Zadra (Abano Terme, Italy 2010).
From then on, Aimo Pagin has embarked on a rising career, and news of his talent spread internationally, performing at many famous hall and renowned Festivals.
As a soloist, Aimo Pagin has made appearances with the NSO (New Symphony Orchestra), Berliner Symphoniker, Bucarest Philarmonic, Orchestre National de Montpellier…
He has also a strong experience in chamber music, performing also with his mother the great violinist Silvia Marcovici in numerous European cities, in both recital and concerto repertoire.