The artist Ludovica Mosca has studied music,dance and fine arts. Acclaimed by critic and public she performs and teaches in important concerts hall, universities and conservatories from Spain, Europe, United States, Latin-America and Asia.
Born in Paris from italian parents she studied piano at the Conservatorio Superior del Liceo of Barcelona with G.Garganta and lately with P.Vallribera and E.Casals. She moved to Antwerpen (Belgium) to study with F.Gevers at the Royal Music Conservatory winning a First Prize.
She had scholarship of Fundació Pedro y Pons of Barcelona and Fonds Alex de Vries from Bélgium.
She follow her studies in Paris with A.Motard and also in several courses with J.Demus, J.van Immerseel, R.Tureck, J.Savall, G.Hadjinikos, S.Chelibidache and H.Zender.
She also studied guitar with G.Tarragó and conducting with A.Ros-Marbá.
Her repertoire goes from the old masters of the XVII Century to the contemporary composers. She performed the premiere in Spain of the Sonata by Elliot Carter and "For Christian Wolf" by Morton Feldman as well as many works by spanish composers and The Planets original version for two pianos by G. Holst himself in Mexico.
She gives courses about Bach, Haydn, Contemporary music, Improvisation, Piano pedagogy, Musical memory, Relaxation, Baroque dance for musicians and Castanets.
She has broadcast for Radio Nacional de España, Belgium Television, TV3 de Catalunya and has recorded many CD with piano as well as with castanets.
Among her Prizes we mention the International Prize Alex de Vries (Belgium) for her performance of the Rhapsody in Blue by G.Gershwin with The Filharmonic Orchestra of Antwerp.The International 3th Prize Maria Canals (Duo LLinares-Mosca), the First Prize at the International Yamaha Competition (Klavier Quartett de Barcelona).
From 1991 together with the jazz pianist Manel Camp she made the Contrast-Duo with whom has recorded four CD and from 2003 she follows it with the jazz pianist Francesc Capella.
She works regularly with the cellist Iñaki Etxepare, with whom she has recorded the "Violoncello Castañolero" (Cello & Castanets) CD and the Integral of the G.Cassadó works for cello and piano , both for Ayva Musica label and with guitarist Juan Mario Cuéllar and the pianist Emilio Lluís and MarcTheuns.
Ludovica Mosca is a member of the Faculty from the Luthier School-Music and Dance, Juan Pedro Carrero School, both in Barcelona, the Sitges Contemporary Music Course, from 2007 in Terrassa and the Jaques Dalcroze Master degree.
She is member of the jury in several competitions in Spain, France and the United States.
Author of the New Boileau-Urtext edition of the keyboard works by J.S.Bach and the "25 Pieces by W.A.Mozart " as well as the "Six Sonates" by N.Casanoves for the Montserrat Abbey Publications.
Ludovica Mosca has work periodically with the well-known musicologist H.C. Robbins-Landon about the works of F.J.Haydn and the classical period and had the opportunity to play on a pianoforte that was from Haydn himself.