On December 2005, praised by the Spanish press, Tommaso Cogato made his debut on the international scene by winning the “Ciudade de Ferrol” International Piano competition in Spain. He started his piano studies at the Vicenza Conservatory at the age of nine and completed with full grades, honours, and an honourable mention at the Monopoli Conservatory under the guidance of Benedetto Lupo. His great musicality, together with his unique technical and expressive skills, allowed Tommaso Cogato to stand out during national and international competitions. The remarkable naturalness and the adaptability of his timbre gave him the possibility of performing as soloist with orchestra and as a chamber pianist, taking part in important opera recitals concertizing in Spain, Italy, Austria, Belgium, Japan, Israel, France and U.S. After winning a conspicuous scholarship and receiving an Artist Certificate in Piano at Southern Methodist University, Tommaso graduated as Masters Student under the guidance of Joaquin Achucarro. He lives today in Sevilla (Andalucia, Spain) where he concertizes and teaches piano at the Academy of Orchestral Studies of the Barenboim-Said Foundation and at the “Andalucía Música” Music Academy.