Dario Marrini, student at M° S. Perticaroli, graduates with best marks and honors at S. Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. He attends advanced courses in Salisburgo playing in final essays and earning the Lanciano "Nino Rota" prize. He is successful, as soloist, in national competitions: in the age of 16 years it wins I Prize to the Review "F. Liszt" of Livorno, participating subsequently in the Concert of the Winners in Eisenstadt (Austria) and in Raiding, native city of F. Liszt, Austrian town today, playing on a piano belonged to the Master. Subsequently it is awarded and is placed in numerous other piano competitions : XV Co a Pianisti di Osimo playing in final essay with the orchestra, third prize at VIII and X Co a Pianisti d'Italia di Osimo and at IV e V National Competition A.M.A. Calabria, Certificate of merit at "Citta di Albenga" fifth Competition, at "Premio rendano" of Roma nineth Edition and at "P. Cafaro" Competition in 1986 in Galatina.
He performs, with pianist Caterina Ferrari, a four hands duo piano, achieving important results in national and international competitions: Prize for the ensemble to the First Review G. M. I. in Rende (Cs), first prize at "Citta di Catanzaro" tenth Piano Competition (fifth international edition); second prize at "G. B. Pergolesi" second national competition in Pozzuoli. Expanding his repertoire to the rhythmic and ragtime music and he manages to achieve the first Medal Mention in the Final, held in Paris, of Music Competition of France, in the section "Piano's Rythms". Recently it has established collaborative relationships with important schools in Cina and Brazil, where it has also performed concert activity as a soloist and chamber music. He has been a piano teacher at “C. Pollini” Conservatory in Padova since 2009.