Winner of the First Prize at the prestigious Geneva Competition in 2018 at only 22 years old, Kevin Pedro Spagnolo (1996) is considered one of the most talented artists of his generation. Already winner of the Concours Internationale de Clarinette Jacques Lancelot and Ghent International Clarinet Competition, First Prize at the Berliner International Music Competition, Kevin performs throughout Europe in recitals with piano, as a soloist and in chamber music ensembles, with string quartet and other wind instruments. In 2021 he released his first solo CD, Façades, with the Swedish Chamber Orchestra and conductor Michael Collins, sponsored by Breguet and the Geneva Competition, with music by G. Rossini, C.M. von Weber, Jean Françaix and Béla Kovács.

He has performed as a soloist with the Mariinsky Theater Orchestra and the conductor Anton Shaburov in St. Petersburg, in the Olympus Festival, for the “White Nights of St.Petersburg”, the Orchestra de Aguascalientes and Roman Revueltas, Orchestre de Chambre de Genève with Pierre Bleuse, Orchestre des Nations with Vitor Fernandes and Antoine Marguier, Bruxelles Philharmonic with Antonio Saiote, and many others. He has played in recitals and several festivals in France, Italy, Switzerland and Germany, with Carlos Sanchis, Chloe Ji-yeong Mun, Theo Fouchenneret, the Quatour Voce string quartet, in the Montpellier Festival (Radio France), and many others, and some of his concerts have been recorded for radio broadcasts on Radio France, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Rai Radio 3, Radio Télévision Suisse. He regularly plays in various festivals in Italy in duo with the pianist Simone Rugani.Kevin started studying clarinet at the age of eight at Lucca’s Conservatoire, where he graduated with honours in 2013 in the class of Remo Pieri. Later, he studied with Carlo Failli, Fabrizio Meloni, Romain Guyot. In addition to his concert activity, Kevin dedicates himself to teaching with Masterclasses throughout Europe and is a teacher at the International Music School Avos Project.