Nicolò Piccione was born on 20th October 1993, in Palermo. He started playing the piano at the age of 10 and then joined the conservatory when he was 13, in 2006. There, he attended the piano course with M. Marzia Manno and the composition course with M. Salvatore Bellassai. He obtained his master degree in piano in 2015 with a mark ten out of ten and his master degree in composition in 2018 with a mark of ten out of ten cum Laude.
During the years of study, he played various times both as a soloist and as accompanying pianists also collaborating to the project “Fucina dell’arte”.
In 2012, he played two of his own pieces for solo piano, “Studio N1” and “Studio N2”, during the concert season of the Conservatory of Palermo, with the Ensemble "Laboratorio di Musica Contemporanea del Conservatorio di Palermo" "Ensemble50" conducted by M. Leonardi.
In 2013, he played his own piece “Humoresque” for four-hands piano during the festival “Orestiadi”, in Gibellina. In 2017, his piece “Suite Rostrum” for various instruments has been played during the “Rostrum” festival in Palermo.
In 2018, two pieces for solo piano, “A Melancholic Mazurka” and “Al Taosinan Id Letmenic”, have been played for the project “Palco Libero” in Palermo. Generally speaking, His tracks are evocative, descriptive and generally characterized by the great importance given to melodies and counterpoint.
Aside from his musical life, he started studying physics at the University of Palermo in 2012 and obtained his master degree in theoretical physics in 2017. At the moment, he’s doing a Ph.D. in quantum physics at the University of Franche-Comté, in Besançon, France.