Organ: Trios, Toccatas, PreludEtude, Canzoni sopra Spiridionis, Tema con variazioni in d minor, Concert etudes for solo pedal, versetto Victimae Paschali, Bizzarria, Jeux
Piano: Canon on the name BACH, Toccata, Esquisses pour le piano
Cello: Etude-Bizzarria, Nocturne
Cello & Piano: Preludes
Born in Florence (Italy) in 1981, Simone Stella studied piano at the Conservatory "L. Cherubini" of Florence with Rosanita Racugno, and perfected his piano studies with Marco Vavolo.
After studying organ in Florence with Mariella Mochi and Alessandro Albenga, harpsichord in Rome with Francesco Cera, and organ improvisation in Cremona with Fausto Caporali and Stefano Rattini, he has attended many courses and seminars held by internationally acclaimed artists, including Ton Koopman, Matteo Imbruno, Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini, Luca Scandali, Giancarlo Parodi, Stefano Innocenti, Klemens Schnorr, Ludger Lohmann, Michel Bouvard, Monika Henking, Guy Bovet.
In september 2008 he received the First Prize from Gustav Leonhardt at the International Organ Competition "Agati-Tronci" in Pistoia. He also won the 2004 and 2005 editions of the "Alessandro Esposito" Organ Competition held in Lucca.
Simone Stella maintains an active concert schedule, especially as a soloist, in the most prestigious festivals in Italy, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark. His repertoire includes harpsichord and organ music from every historical era up to and including the present day.
He is an active composer of instrumental music, both for solo instruments and chamber groups, in addition to working on free urtext editions of keyboard works by italian renaissance and baroque composers.
He was titular organist at the historical Orsanmichele Church in Florence.
He records for ClassicaViva and OnClassical labels.