Stelvio Mestrovich (Italian pronunciation: [ˈstɛlvjo], born 20 June 1948) is a writer, musicologist, and critic born in Zadar, then part of Yugoslavia, today in Croatia. His parents were Italian.
Mestrovich is an important musical critic of the late Baroque, with particular knowledge of Antonio Salieri. Mestrovich's efforts led to the erection in 2000 of a commemorative plaque at the Vienna house where Salieri lived for over 30 years. He also produced works on Andrea Luchesi, Anton Diabelli, Pietro Alessandro Guglielmi, and Baldassare Galuppi. His works have been translated into several languages, and included in Italian, Austrian, German, Spanish, Albanian, and Bulgarian anthologies.
He has contributed to the Viennese magazine LOG, under the auspices of UNESCO, and has an entry in the Dizionoir, published by Delos Books.
His first novel, Suor Franziska, won the 2009 Viareggio-Farabolina Prize.
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