MASSIMILIANO FERRATI’S RECITAL AT IKIF 2019 IN NEW YORK.

Massimiliano Ferrati live at Hunter College in New York on July 27th at 8, for the 2019 season of IKIF (International Keyboard Institute and Festival) with an original program:

Franz Schubert Musical Moment n. 1
Ludwig van Beethoven Waldstein Sonata
Johann Sebastian Bach Prelude and Fugue G sharp minor from The Well Tempered Klavier(1st book)
Franz Schubert Musical Moment n. 4
Fryderyk Chopin Polonaise op. 26/1
Maurice Ravel Ondine

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Franz Schubert Musical Moment n. 6
Fryderyk Chopin Ballade op. 23 Andante Spianato et Grand Poloinaise Brillante op. 22 Polonaise op. 53

Tickets available at IKIF NY or at www.ikif.org

SIMONE ZANCHINI & ANTONELLO SALIS LIVE AT JAZZ IN MAGGIORE

Antonello Salis & Simone Zanchini live on July 28th at 9pm in Gemignaga at ex Colonia elioterapica for the 2019 edition of Jazz in Maggiore.

Antonello Salis (accordeon, pianoforte) and Simone Zanchini (accordeon, live electron ics), with their musical project “Free….!” . A unique meeting between two inredible virtouso of the accordeon and the improvisation, nowadays protagonists of the international jazz scene.

ENSEMBLE TETRAKTIS AT THE RENOWNED CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL “TRAME SONORE” IN MANTUA PRESENTING TWO PREMIERES.

From May 29th to June 2nd 2019 the Ensemble Tetraktis will take part to the Camber Music Festival “Trame Sonore” in Mantua, organized by OCM. Tetraktis will perform two different concerts presenting music by Bach, Zivkovich, Sollima and a première “Tekoser (in memoriam Lorenzo Orsetti)” by Riccardo Panfili for Wunderkammer at Leon Battista Alberti Square (June 1st at 9, 15 pm) and music by Ciammarughi, Harrison, Cage and a première by Federico Gardella “Essere Bosco” fro Wunderkammer at Palazzo della Ragione (June 2nd at 12,45 am). On June 2nd at 11,45 am The composers Riccardo Panfili, Federico Gardella and Ramberto Ciammarughi with Ensemble Tetraktis will meet the audience at the bookshop in front of Palazzo della Ragione, discussing with the composer Alessandro Solbiati about new Italian music for percussion ensemble.

ENSEMBLE TETRAKTIS AT TEATRO COMUNALE IN BELLUNO (ITALY) WITH A PREMIERE BY GIANVINCENZO CRESTA.

Ensemble Tetraktis will perform on May 10th 2019 at 8,30 pm at Teatro Comunale in Belluno music by Reich, Boccadoro, Harrison, Ciammarughi, Zivkovic, Cage, Sollima and a première – “Entanglement” – by Gianvincenzo Cresta, dedicated to the ensemble.

ENSEMBLE TETRAKTIS AT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL “LUCCA CLASSICA”.

Ensemble Tetraktis live at Auditorium Boccherini for the renowned 3days Festival Lucca Classica on May 4th 2019 at 3 pm . Music by Steve Reich, Nebojsa Zivkovic, Ramberto Ciammarughi, Filippo Del Corno, Giovanni Sollima.

CRISTINA ZAVALLONI AND ENSEMBLE TETRAKTIS WONDERFUL DEBUT AT TEATRO GRANDE IN BRESCIA FOR THE PREMIERE OF “SONGS & DRUMS” (“CANZONI SOPRA AI TAMBURI”).

A wonderful debut for Cristina Zavalloni and Ensemble Tetraktis at Teatro Grande in brescia with an original program for voice and percussions. The program of the concert presented music by Hans Werner Henze “Funf Neapolitanische Lieder” arranged by Gianluca Saveri, John Cage “Third Construction”, “The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs” and “Aria” and Gyogy Ligeti “Sippal Dobbal Nadihegeduvel”. A thrilling performance that got critics and audience praise.

GOMALAN BRASS LIVE AT TEATRO ACCADEMICO IN CASTELFRANCO VENETO (TREVISO )

Gomalan Brass will perform in Castelfranco Veneto at Teatro Accademico for “Chiave Classica” (2019 Season). The carismatic Italian brass quintet will play MADE IN ITALY, an original program based on music by Italian composers through three centuries. On April 12th at 8,45 pm.

GOMALAN “MADE IN ITALY”

Giovanni Gabrieli (1557 – 1612) Canzona
Giacomo Puccini (1858 – 1924) Nessun dorma
Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901) W Verdi!
Ennio Morricone (1928) Moment for Morricone

Ennio Morricone (1928) Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
F. Buscaglione (1921-60) & F. Bongusto (1935) Ciao Fred!
Luigi Tenco (1938 – 1967) Mi sono innamorato di te
Mauro Ottolini (1972) Buster Keaton Blues
Castellina-Pasi/Ohno (1941) Lupin III

DF ARTISTS WELCOMES THE GREAT HORNIST AND CONDUCTOR ALESSIO ALLEGRINI IN ITS ROSTER.

DF Artists welcomes in its roster ALESSIO ALLEGRINI, one of the best horn player of today’s and an inspiring conductor.

French horn virtuoso ALESSIO ALLEGRINI is one of Europe’s most sought-after solo and orchestral performers. Born in Sabina on the outskirts of Rome, at 23 Alessio won the position of solo horn with La Scala under the direction of Riccardo Muti, where he served from 1995-2002. A prize winner of both the ARD Munich Horn and Prague Spring competitions, he made his debut as solo horn with the Berlin Philharmonic under the baton of Claudio Abbado in 2000, and was subsequently invited as guest solo horn for an entire season. Esteemed for his solo horn performances of the symphonic repertoire, Alessio has worked with many of the world’s pre-eminent conductors, including Carlo Maria Giulini, Pierre Boulez, Daniel Barenboim, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Lorin Maazel, Marek Janowski, Myung-Whun Chung, Mariss Jansons, Valery Gergiev, Simon Rattle, Antonio Pappano, Riccardo Muti.
Alessio has performed Britten’s Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings with Ian Bostridge, Brahm’s Horn Trio with Salvatore Accardo, and the Mozart horn concertos with Orchestra Mozart and Claudio Abbado. Performances of the concerto literature have included appearances with the Bayerischer Rundfunk Orchester, and the orchestras of La Scala, La Fenice, and Santa Cecilia in Rome, in addition to first horn engagements with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.
Alessio’s discography includes La Grande Fanfare: an album of chamber music with I Solisti della Scala Milano (Tudor Records), as well as DVD recordings of Mahler Symphonies 3, 6, and 7 with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra under Claudio Abbado. He appeared in the documentary L’altra voce della Musica following the travel of Claudia Abbado between Havana and Caracas, as well as in the movie Rhythm Is It, featuring the Berlin Philharmonic under Simon Rattle. His forthcoming collaboration with Orchestra Mozart under Abbado will culminate in the live recording of the complete Mozart horn concertos for Deutsche Grammophon, as well as a DVD of Bach’s second Brandenburg concerto.
Alessio studied with Professor Michael Holtzel at the Hochschule fur Musik in Detmold, Germany. He was awarded the top qualifying score in his appointment as Professor at the National Conservatory of Santa Cecilia. He also has a special bond with Japan, inspired by the longstanding friendship between his family and sociology professor Shizuo Matsumoto (formerly of Osaka University).
Winner of prizes in both the Prague Spring International Competition and the Munich International Competition, he held the first chair in the Orchestra of La Scala for eight years, and subsequently served as guest principal horn of the Berlin Philharmonic for a year. For many years he was also principal horn of the Orchestra Mozart under Claudio Abbado, which culminated in the live recording of the complete Mozart’s Horn concertos, Sinfonia Concertante, and Bach’s second Brandenburg concerto for Deutsche Grammophon.
As a soloist, he premiered Carter’s Horn Concerto in Europe and played the most important horn concerto repertoire. His cncerto engagements include Orchestra Filarmonica della Scala, Orchestra da Camera di Mantova, Philhamonie Baden-Baden, Orchestra Teatro Petruzzelli Bari, Hamburger Symphoniker, Filarmonica Teatro La Fenice, Orchestra of Teatro Lirico in Cagliari, Filarmonica Marchigiana, Hiroshima Symphony, Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo City Philarmonic Orchestra, Lausanne Chamber Orchestra.
He made his debut as a conductor at the Teatro Lirico in Cagliari with a symphonic concert with Wagner and Brahms compositions, which was highly acclaimed. In 2017 he played and conducted the Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana and I Solisti Aquilani and in the season 2018, he appeared as a conductor with the Hamburger Symphoniker to replace Maestro Jeffrey Tate (Elger, Haydn and Beethoven), and leaded the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra (Haydn and Beethoven) and Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra (All Mozart Concertos).
Since 2004, Mr. Allegrini has been the solo principal horn of the Orchestra of the Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome. He also is the solo first horn of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra.

ENSEMBLE TETRAKTIS IN CONCERT AT TEATRO VERDI IN PISA FOR “I CONCERTI DELLA NORMALE”

Ensemble Tetraktis live in Pisa on May 21st 2019 at 9pm with a wonderful program for percussion sextet and quartet. Music by Cowell, Harrison, Reich, Varèse, Cage and a new piece in their repertoire “Dogma IV” by the italian composer Filippo Del Corno.

ENSEMBLE TETRAKTIS AT TEATRO BIBIENA FOR TEMPO D’ORCHESTRA, THE SEASON OF OCM.

Ensemble Tetraktis’ debut at Teatro Bibiena in Mantua for Tempo d’Orchestra, the season organized by Orchestra da Camera di Mantova. Music by Lully, Bach, Rossini, Harrison, Cage, Boccadoro, Sollima. The day after on the morning again live at Teatro Bibiena for “Madama DoRe” with the concert “Favole al Telefono”, based on the short stories book written by Gianni Rodari and music by Maria Gabriella Zen.