Ms Natalia Ricci

BMus Cincinatti MMus RNCM
Lecturer in Piano

C41 - Sydney Conservatorium of Music
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 1227

Biographical details

Australian born pianist Natalia Ricci enjoys a successful career as chamber musician, soloist and teacher, having performed and recorded internationally over the past 30 years in the USA, Canada, Scandinavia, Australia, New Zealand and throughout Europe including the capitals of London, Paris, Oslo, Prague, Berlin and Madrid.

The recipient of numerous international awards, Natalia has made many recordings for the BBC, ABC, Canadian, Italian, Norwegian and New Zealand national radios and has also appeared in live concert telecasts in Italy, Norway, Spain and Australia. She has also performed in international music festivals such as the Gradus International Music Festival, Spain, the Banff Summer Chamber Music Festival, Canada, the International Bartok Festival, Hungary, the London Objective Music Festival, the Deia International Festival, Mallorca, the Sydney Symphony Contemporary Music Festival and the International Festival of Spanish Music and Dance, Encuentros Españoles in Sydney..

As a collaborative artist, Natalia is especially recognized for her work with string players and has performed with renowned artists such as Ruggiero Ricci, Leonid Gorokhov, Kolja Blacher, Adelina Oprean, and Martin Rummel.

Natalia received her Bachelor of Music from the University of Cincinnati, USA and her Masters of Music from RNCM in the UK. Her most influential teachers have been the Hungarian pianists/pedagogues Bela Siki and Gyorgy Sebok, the Czech pianist Jiri Hlinka, and the Russian pianists Sulamita Aronovsky and Tatiana Nikolayeva.

Natalia joined the permanent staff of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 1999 where she has taught in both the Piano and Ensemble departments. In 2009 she was invited to New Zealand for the year to take up the position of Senior Lecturer in Piano at the University of Auckland. Since her return to the Sydney Conservatorium, Natalia has taught exclusively as a member of the Piano Unit and in addition, took on the role of Keyboard Coordinator of Chamber Music at SCM, coaching many groups in this program over the past few years. As well as her tertiary teaching load, Natalia also has a large class in the Rising Stars program, the pre-tertiary Saturday program at the SCM for highly gifted young students and addition she teaches students from the Conservatorium High School.

Natalia’s master’s thesis at RNCM was on the piano works of Leos Janacek and over the years she has championed the work of this composer in many countries, performing and recording all of his solo and chamber music works for piano. In more recent years, Natalia’s special research interests have turned to Spanish piano music for which she has long had an abiding passion. She lived in Spain in the 90’s during which time she organized and directed an international music festival and course, Gradus in Tarragona.

In 2013, she founded Encuentros Españoles, a groundbreaking International Festival and Symposium of Spanish Music and Dance, inaugurated with great success in October of that year at the Sydney Conservatorium. Encuentros was created to investigate the aesthetic and spirit of flamenco music and the legacy of Iberian folk music in general and to explore the ways in which the Spanish dance idiom has been incorporated into the piano music of important nationalist composers such as Albeniz, Granados, de Falla and others. The 8-day festival featured a series of fascinating concerts, lecture/demonstrations, masterclasses and workshops offered by internationally acclaimed artists and leading scholars in the field of Spanish music and dance,

Natalia has mentored and supervised international post-graduate students specializing in the Spanish piano literature who have graduated with first class honours and awards. She is frequently invited to lecture in regional Conservatoriums and interstate such as at the International Symposium on “Spanish Music and its Western Others” held in 2012 at the University of Melbourne.

In recent years, she has organized cross-arts performance collaborations with Los Carmonas Flamenco Dance Academy, the Sydney Flamenco Studio and So Tango in concerts combining flamenco dance and tango in non-traditional settings with Spanish western art music.

Natalia has given numerous master-classes in Spain, New Zealand and Australia and her students have enjoyed many successes in eisteddfods and competitions at local, national and international level. She is frequently invited to adjudicate in local and international piano competitions such as the Sydney Eisteddfod and Southern Highland International Piano Competition.

Teaching and supervision

The cornerstone of my teaching philosophy lies in fostering a student’s spirit of self-enquiry, in livening their imaginative potential to discover the deeper artistic meaning that lies beyond the notes, and in leading them in their journey to discover and develop their own unique musical voice through the medium of the piano.

At the instrument, my approach is one that encourages a greater awareness and freedom of body movement, based on sound bio-mechanical principles. My students learn how to cultivate efficient habits of movement and coordinate many different body parts, rather than isolated finger movements, enabling them to forge a solid and flexible technical foundation from which they are able to meet the complex musical/technical challenges found in a vast range of repertoire. Aside from demonstrating how to achieve a high quality of movement, (free of fixed and locked hand/wrist positions), consideration is naturally also given to such factors as the mechanics of the piano, the approach to the key and the speed of attack.

The focus of this process lies in unravelling the mysteries of sound production at the instrument: helping students develop the ability to produce a beautiful, full, rich tone at all dynamic levels as well as to create a wide palette of sound colours, shading and expression at the instrument. Since the hallmark of all great pianists is not only a unique sound, but also the ability to reinvent that sound according to the stylistic context, my students are encouraged to develop their own individual toolbox of sound which they can vary and adapt to suit particular composers and musical styles.

By encouraging a greater unity of refined kinesthetic awareness and musical imagination, students learn to relate the emotional content of the music at all times to the physical sensations and body movements that produce sound from the piano. Through this integrated approach, my students develop a freer, less tense, pain-free way of playing that has much greater expressive possibilities.

A major focus of my teaching is in motivating students to develop creative and mindful practice habits and to be constantly engaged in critical listening during practice. In this way, students learn to do their own ‘detective’ work and, through a process of exploration and experimentation, are encouraged to find their own solutions to a myriad of problems, which in turn inspires feelings of greater confidence and self-sufficiency at the instrument.

In lessons, my penchant for fine detail and nuance may lead to in-depth discussions and demonstrations of such matters as flexibility and shaping of phrasing, precision of rhythm and articulation, expansion of dynamic and coloristic range, a refined and sophisticated pedal technique or exploring a range of alternative and unorthodox fingerings. At the same time, I endeavor to engage my student’s curiosity and intelligence by integrating the discussion of pianistic issues with underlying compositional issues, such as voice-leading, counterpoint, harmonic outlines and motivic development. Once technical issues are solved and pose no impediment to fluency and the flight of a student’s musical imagination, I welcome the opportunity to delve into the deeper – intellectual, emotional, and spiritual – dimensions of music during the learning process.

My teaching draws on my own diverse training abroad for many years in several different countries, gleaning ideas from various pianistic ‘schools’: Russian, Hungarian, French, German and Czech as well as my interest and training in theatre and dance, allowing me to take the best from all these traditions and disciplines and combine them into my own eclectic and multi-faceted style.

Over the past decade I have pursued my passion for Spanish music which lead in 2013 to the foundation of Encuentros Españoles, a ground-breaking International Festival and Symposium held at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, inaugurated in October of that year at the SCM. Encuentros was designed to investigate the links between flamenco dance and song and the piano works of the great Spanish nationalist composers, (De Falla, Albeniz, Granados, Turina..) and to explore the aesthetics and spirit of flamenco music, and the legacy of Iberian folk music in general; specifically the characteristics of the many and varied regional dances that have been used as a foundation for many of these Spanish piano works.

In my teaching I endeavour to expose my students to the rich and vibrant repertoire of these wonderful composers, which is rarely played or understood here in Australia. In doing so, my hope is to impart an understanding of the influence of flamenco and other Spanish dance forms in this important body of the piano literature as well as knowledge of the cultural/artistic background and inspirational sources of the music, so vital for pianists in helping inform their approach to its performance and arrive at a deeper more authentic interpretation.

My dedication and passion for teaching and commitment to my students are well recognized. Each student comes to me with a unique set of goals, hopes, dreams, strengths and problems. It is always a welcome challenge for me to help them grow, understand themselves, fulfill their potential and find their own musical pathway on which they can set forth with confidence, joy and above all a love and passion for music and the piano.

Selected publications & creative works

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Music

  • Ricci, N., McNaughton, L., Penalver, C. (2013). 1. Navarra arr. for two pianos by F Aranda. Encuentros Espanoles: Final Concert. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N. (2013). El Amor Brujo arr. by Keyna Wilkins: 1. Danza del terror 2. Pantomime 3. Cancion del fuego fatuo 4. Danza ritual del fuego. Encuentros Espanoles: Final Concert. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N. (2013). From Iberia arr. for two pianos: 1. Triana 2. Navarra. Encuentros Espanoles: Final Concert. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N., Collins, S., Hylkema, T., Mark, B., Wilkins, K. (2013). La Luna sobre tierras catalanas. Nights in the Gardens of Catalunya. Recital Hall West, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N., Sang-oh Yoo, J., Hayashi, J., Riccia, A., Interiano, A., Sokalik, J. (2013). Spanish Dances from La Vida Breve: 1. No.1 arr for two cellos, violin and piano by Minah Choe. Encuentros Espanoles: Final Concert. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N., McNaughton, L., Los Carmonas, D. (2013). Suite Espanola op 47 arr. for two pianos: 1. Castilla. Encuentros Espanoles: Final Concert. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N. (2013). Three Songs of Garcia Lorca. Encuentros Espanoles: the Nexus of Spanish Keyboard Music and Dance | A Celebration of Spanish Music. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N., Bolliger, B., Hylkema, T. (2013). Voces de mi Tierra. Nights in the Gardens of Catalunya. Recital Hall West, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N. (2011). A Royal Command Performance, The Royal Palace, Nuku'Alofa, Nuku'Alofa, Tonga: The King of Tonga.
  • Ricci, N. (2011). 1. Concertino for violin and strings. Newcastle Conservatorium Open Day. Newcastle Conservatorium, Newcastle, NSW, Australia: Newcastle Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N. (2011). The Voice of the Whale: 1. Vocalise 2. Sea Theme and Variations Archezoic 3. Sea Nocturne. The Voice of the Whale. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N., Rummel, M. (2009). 1. Pohadka (Fairy Tale), for cello and piano. An evening of Janacek. Music Theatre, School of Music, Auckland, New Zealand: National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries.
  • Ricci, N., Holowell, E. (2009). 1. Sonata for violin and piano. An evening of Janacek. Music Theatre, School of Music, Auckland, New Zealand: National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries.
  • Ricci, N., Rummel, M., Grodd, U., Andreeva, I., Holowell, E. (2009). 1. Trio in D major for flute, violoncello and piano Hob XV16 2. Trio in G major for flute, violin and violoncello Op.2 No 1 3. Quartet in D mayor for flute, violin, viola and violoncello KV285 4. Trio in G minor for flute, violoncello and piano Op. 63. The University of Auckland School of Music presents Serenade. University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland.
  • Ricci, N. (2009). 1. V Mlhach (In the Mists) for piano solo 2. Predtucha Sonata for piano 1. X.1905. An evening of Janacek. Music Theatre, School of Music, Auckland, New Zealand: National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries.
  • Ricci, N., Rummel, M., Grodd, U. (2009). 2. Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano 4. The Voice of the Whale. Grodd, Ricci, Rummel Trio - Performing works by Haydn, Martinu, Bach and Crumb. Frontline Venue, Kerikeri, New Zealand: Aroha Music Society.
  • Ricci, N., Andreeva, I., Fennell, J., Lee, H. (2009). Various. Concert in Honour of the Official Birthday of His Majestry King George Tupou V. The Royal Palace, Tonga, Tonga: King George Tupou V.
  • Henery, A., Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Hill, J., Brigden, T., Oetomo, R. (2008). 1. Free Dance 2. Raspodie Espagnole 3. introduction et Allegro 4. La Valse 5. Symphonic Dances. Cocktail Hour Recital Series. SCM, Sydney, Australia: SCM.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Meller, C., Brigden, T. (2008). 1. Introduction & Allegro for 2 Pianos 2. Rapsodie Espagnole for 2 Pianos & Percussion 3. La Valse for 2 Pianos 4. Symphonic Dances for 2 Pianos & Percussion. Cocktail Hour Series. SCM, Sydney, Australia: SCM.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Brigden, T., Hill, J., Henery, A. (2008). Bernstein's Symphonic Dances from west Side Story for 2 Pianos and Percussion. Cocktail Hour Recital Series: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Blake, S., Narroway, R., Choe, M., Yura, H. (2008). De Falla: Ritual Fire Dance for 3 cellos and piano. Spanish Fiesta Gala Concert, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Blake, S., Narroway, R., Choe, M., Yura, H. (2008). De Falla: Danse Espagnole arranged for piano trio. Spanish Fiesta Gala Concert: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Brigden, T., Hill, J., Henery, A. (2008). Free Dance. Cocktail Hour Recital Series: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Choe, M. (2008). Malaguena. Recital Hall West, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Blake, S., Ricci, N. (2008). Pantomin y Cancion del Amor Dolido. Recital Hall West, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Brigden, T., Hill, J., Henery, A. (2008). Ravel Introduction & Allegro for two pianos. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Brigden, T., Hill, J., Henery, A. (2008). Ravel: La Valse. Cocktail Hour Recital Series: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Brigden, T., Hill, J., Henery, A. (2008). Ravel: Rapsodie Espagnole for Two Pianos and Percussion. Cocktail Hour Recital Series. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Siu, R. (2008). Seranade Espagnole. Recital Hall West, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Blake, S., Ricci, N. (2008). Suite Espagnole. Recital Hall West, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Blake, S., Ricci, N. (2008). Suite Populaire Espagnole, d'apres Siete Cnaciones Populares Espanolas; 1. El Pano Moruno (Le drap mauresque), 2.Nana (Berceuse), 3. Cancion (Chanson), 4. Polo, 5. Asturiana (Austrienne), 6. Jota. Recital West Hall, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Sydney.
  • Pratt, D., Ricci, N., Pratt (nee Eddington), A., Herscovitch, D. (2006). 1. Linea 2. Sonata for two pianos and percussion. Recital Hall West, Conservatorium, Sydney, Australia: Conservatorium.
  • Herscovitch, D., Ricci, N., Lyth, H., Pratt, T., Hill, J. (2003). 1. Concerto for Two Pianos and Percussion 2. Concerto for Orchestra. Contemporary Music Festival: Orchestra of Tomorrow. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
  • Pedersen, G., Ricci, N. (2003). 1. quartet in Eflat, Brahms in g minor. Turramurra Uniting Church, Turramurra, Australia: Subscription series, Sydney String Quartet.

Festivals

  • Ricci, N. (2013). Encuentros Espanoles: The Nexus of Spanish Keyboard Music and Dance. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney.

2013

  • Ricci, N., McNaughton, L., Penalver, C. (2013). 1. Navarra arr. for two pianos by F Aranda. Encuentros Espanoles: Final Concert. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N. (2013). El Amor Brujo arr. by Keyna Wilkins: 1. Danza del terror 2. Pantomime 3. Cancion del fuego fatuo 4. Danza ritual del fuego. Encuentros Espanoles: Final Concert. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N. (2013). Encuentros Espanoles: The Nexus of Spanish Keyboard Music and Dance. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney.
  • Ricci, N. (2013). From Iberia arr. for two pianos: 1. Triana 2. Navarra. Encuentros Espanoles: Final Concert. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N., Collins, S., Hylkema, T., Mark, B., Wilkins, K. (2013). La Luna sobre tierras catalanas. Nights in the Gardens of Catalunya. Recital Hall West, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N., Sang-oh Yoo, J., Hayashi, J., Riccia, A., Interiano, A., Sokalik, J. (2013). Spanish Dances from La Vida Breve: 1. No.1 arr for two cellos, violin and piano by Minah Choe. Encuentros Espanoles: Final Concert. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N., McNaughton, L., Los Carmonas, D. (2013). Suite Espanola op 47 arr. for two pianos: 1. Castilla. Encuentros Espanoles: Final Concert. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N. (2013). Three Songs of Garcia Lorca. Encuentros Espanoles: the Nexus of Spanish Keyboard Music and Dance | A Celebration of Spanish Music. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N., Bolliger, B., Hylkema, T. (2013). Voces de mi Tierra. Nights in the Gardens of Catalunya. Recital Hall West, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Encuentros Espanoles and Sydney Conservatorium.

2011

  • Ricci, N. (2011). A Royal Command Performance, The Royal Palace, Nuku'Alofa, Nuku'Alofa, Tonga: The King of Tonga.
  • Ricci, N. (2011). 1. Concertino for violin and strings. Newcastle Conservatorium Open Day. Newcastle Conservatorium, Newcastle, NSW, Australia: Newcastle Conservatorium.
  • Ricci, N. (2011). The Voice of the Whale: 1. Vocalise 2. Sea Theme and Variations Archezoic 3. Sea Nocturne. The Voice of the Whale. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium.

2009

  • Ricci, N., Rummel, M. (2009). 1. Pohadka (Fairy Tale), for cello and piano. An evening of Janacek. Music Theatre, School of Music, Auckland, New Zealand: National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries.
  • Ricci, N., Holowell, E. (2009). 1. Sonata for violin and piano. An evening of Janacek. Music Theatre, School of Music, Auckland, New Zealand: National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries.
  • Ricci, N., Rummel, M., Grodd, U., Andreeva, I., Holowell, E. (2009). 1. Trio in D major for flute, violoncello and piano Hob XV16 2. Trio in G major for flute, violin and violoncello Op.2 No 1 3. Quartet in D mayor for flute, violin, viola and violoncello KV285 4. Trio in G minor for flute, violoncello and piano Op. 63. The University of Auckland School of Music presents Serenade. University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland.
  • Ricci, N. (2009). 1. V Mlhach (In the Mists) for piano solo 2. Predtucha Sonata for piano 1. X.1905. An evening of Janacek. Music Theatre, School of Music, Auckland, New Zealand: National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries.
  • Ricci, N., Rummel, M., Grodd, U. (2009). 2. Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano 4. The Voice of the Whale. Grodd, Ricci, Rummel Trio - Performing works by Haydn, Martinu, Bach and Crumb. Frontline Venue, Kerikeri, New Zealand: Aroha Music Society.
  • Ricci, N., Andreeva, I., Fennell, J., Lee, H. (2009). Various. Concert in Honour of the Official Birthday of His Majestry King George Tupou V. The Royal Palace, Tonga, Tonga: King George Tupou V.

2008

  • Henery, A., Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Hill, J., Brigden, T., Oetomo, R. (2008). 1. Free Dance 2. Raspodie Espagnole 3. introduction et Allegro 4. La Valse 5. Symphonic Dances. Cocktail Hour Recital Series. SCM, Sydney, Australia: SCM.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Meller, C., Brigden, T. (2008). 1. Introduction & Allegro for 2 Pianos 2. Rapsodie Espagnole for 2 Pianos & Percussion 3. La Valse for 2 Pianos 4. Symphonic Dances for 2 Pianos & Percussion. Cocktail Hour Series. SCM, Sydney, Australia: SCM.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Brigden, T., Hill, J., Henery, A. (2008). Bernstein's Symphonic Dances from west Side Story for 2 Pianos and Percussion. Cocktail Hour Recital Series: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Blake, S., Narroway, R., Choe, M., Yura, H. (2008). De Falla: Ritual Fire Dance for 3 cellos and piano. Spanish Fiesta Gala Concert, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Blake, S., Narroway, R., Choe, M., Yura, H. (2008). De Falla: Danse Espagnole arranged for piano trio. Spanish Fiesta Gala Concert: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Brigden, T., Hill, J., Henery, A. (2008). Free Dance. Cocktail Hour Recital Series: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Choe, M. (2008). Malaguena. Recital Hall West, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Blake, S., Ricci, N. (2008). Pantomin y Cancion del Amor Dolido. Recital Hall West, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Brigden, T., Hill, J., Henery, A. (2008). Ravel Introduction & Allegro for two pianos. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Brigden, T., Hill, J., Henery, A. (2008). Ravel: La Valse. Cocktail Hour Recital Series: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Leske, C., Pratt, D., Brigden, T., Hill, J., Henery, A. (2008). Ravel: Rapsodie Espagnole for Two Pianos and Percussion. Cocktail Hour Recital Series. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Ricci, N., Siu, R. (2008). Seranade Espagnole. Recital Hall West, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Blake, S., Ricci, N. (2008). Suite Espagnole. Recital Hall West, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
  • Blake, S., Ricci, N. (2008). Suite Populaire Espagnole, d'apres Siete Cnaciones Populares Espanolas; 1. El Pano Moruno (Le drap mauresque), 2.Nana (Berceuse), 3. Cancion (Chanson), 4. Polo, 5. Asturiana (Austrienne), 6. Jota. Recital West Hall, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Conservatorium of Sydney.

2006

  • Pratt, D., Ricci, N., Pratt (nee Eddington), A., Herscovitch, D. (2006). 1. Linea 2. Sonata for two pianos and percussion. Recital Hall West, Conservatorium, Sydney, Australia: Conservatorium.

2003

  • Herscovitch, D., Ricci, N., Lyth, H., Pratt, T., Hill, J. (2003). 1. Concerto for Two Pianos and Percussion 2. Concerto for Orchestra. Contemporary Music Festival: Orchestra of Tomorrow. Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
  • Pedersen, G., Ricci, N. (2003). 1. quartet in Eflat, Brahms in g minor. Turramurra Uniting Church, Turramurra, Australia: Subscription series, Sydney String Quartet.

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