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  • Virginia basketball signee Francesco Badocchi is a world-class pianist

    Bishop Miege forward and University of Virginia signee Francesco Badocchi started playing piano in Italy when he was 5 years old. On his visit to Virginia he took the bench of the piano in an auditorium. He's toured Europe, continues to take lessons and hopes to be involved in the music program at UVA.

Virginia basketball signee Francesco Badocchi is a world-class pianist

Bishop Miege forward and University of Virginia signee Francesco Badocchi started playing piano in Italy when he was 5 years old. On his visit to Virginia he took the bench of the piano in an auditorium. He's toured Europe, continues to take lessons and hopes to be involved in the music program at UVA.
Maria Torres The Kansas City Star