Paolo Repetto was born in 1965. He got a degree cum laude in Modern Literature and Arts at the University of Genoa. He pursued musical studies at the Conservatorio “G.Verdi” in Turin, and took his diploma in piano. As a critic and a historian, he has always been passionate and looked for the relationships and the analogies between art and music.
For many years he taught History of Art and Music in Turin and Asti. He published several essays, and the following books: Il silenzio dei suoni, Scritti sulla musica (Università di Genova, 1993), Il sogno di Pan, Saggio su Debussy (il melangolo, 2000); L’orizzonte dell’eternità-La musica romantica (il melangolo, 2003); La visione dei suoni, Arte-Musica (il melangolo, 2008); Il canto della luce, Scritti sull’arte (2021).
From many years he collaborates with the Repetto gallery in London and the De Primi Fine Art of Lugano, deepening the vast reality of the contemporary art market. He has collaborated with Rete 2, the cultural TV channel of Radio Svizzera Italiana, and with La Stampa in Turin, reviewing books for its supplement, Specchio. He published several articles on the magazine FMR; he is a music critic for the monthly magazine “Amadeus”, and an art critic for the Corriere del Ticino; he is also a visiting professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has taught Show Business Market analysis at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan. Since 2012, he is professor of Compared Music – Art and Music, at the University School of the Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano. He is a curator of art exhibitions and concerts. English and French fluently spoken.