Francesco Parrino

Welcome to the Pianobook profile of Italian pianist Francesco Parrino.

Find out who he is, his piano playing, how to get in touch with him, and more.

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Who is Francesco Parrino?

Italian Francesco Parrino is from the city of Parma, and he’s one of the best YouTube pianists, who started playing the piano at the age of four and started taking classes at age seven. He opened his first channel back in June 2011. He regularly publishes amazing arrangements from many music genres and likes to arrange them solely by ear.

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Piano covers by Francesco Parrino

Francisco Parrino is without a doubt one of the most entertaining pianists to watch on YouTube. What’s really entertaining and cool to watch is that he covers music from different genres. Amongst his covers, you’ll find classic songs from artists, such as ABBA, and Simon & Garfunkel, but also modern artists like John Legend, Adele, and Bruno Mars, and even some movie scores.

A great piano cover is his version of Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You”:

Some more of Francisco Parrino’s most amazing piano covers include:

  • Can’t Help Falling in Love
  • The Winner Takes It All
  • Hallelujah
  • What a Wonderful World

Piano Sheet Music by Francesco Parrino

If you want to purchase his arrangements, you can find them on musicnotes.com:

Piano Sheet Music by Francisco Parrino on musicnotes.com

Francesco Parrino’s albums

Francesco Parrino has published more than 10 albums in total.

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Francesco Parrino’s contact information & social media

Francesco Parrino is present on a variety of social media platforms.

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