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QUARTETTO DI CREMONA AND BEETHOVEN VOLUME 8

25 September 2017 -

It is alaready a success the latest CD of the Beethoven cycle (volume N.8) recordered by the Quartetto di Cremona for the German label Audite.
Pizzicato Magazine considers it "engaging until the last note" and states that the "Quartetto di Cremona finishes their outstanding Beethoven cycle with vibrant and highly passionate performances", giving to volume 8 the Supersonic Award.
Certainly another good news for the Italian ensemble after being awarded with the prize Echo Klassik 2017 for volume n.7.

STAFF RESIA

20 September 2017 -
We are pleased to announce that VITTORIA FONTANA, after a preliminary settling in, has duly begun her professional relationship with RESIA.
Previously Assistant to the Chief of Artistic Dep. at Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Head of Artistic Dep. at Fondazione Teatro Ponchielli in Cremona and Coordinator of the String Quartet Master at the Stauffer Academy in Cremona, Vittoria will collaborate with us in the artists’ management and seeking new and more effective ways of promotion. 
 
We believe Vittoria will be of great help for us all, for the artists we already manage and those who will come, as well as for the relationship with the promoters and our colleagues.  

ENRICO DINDO AT STRESA FESTIVAL

8 September 2017 -

Principal guest at the final concert of the 2017 edition of the Stresa Festival, Enrico Dindo will perform Cello Concerto n.1 by Dmtrj Šostakovič with the Filarmonica del Teatro Regio di Torino and conducted by Gianandrea Noseda.
The concert is already sold out.

JOHN AXELROD IN JAPAN

2 September 2017 -

An intense japanese period for John Axelrod, who has recently conducted with great success the outstanding NHK Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo and who will be in Kyoto for two concerts (2 and 3 September) with the famous Kyoto Symphony Orchestra.
Always keen on proposing very variuos programs, in Tokyo he conducted US composers such as Bernstein and Chick Chorea, while in Kyoto he will be conducting a very inspiring repertoire with music by Takemitsu, R. Strauss, Berlioz.

QUARTETTO DI CREMONA AT THE BUSONI PIANO COMPETITION

1 September 2017 -

For the first time, in the 2017 edition of the outstanding Buson Piano Competition one of the six semifinalists has been assigned a special prize for the best chamber music performance, awarded by the Quartetto di Cremona.
After two intense rounds followed by many people both in the hall and in web streaming, the Quartetto di Cremona awarded the young Russian pianist Anna Geniushene, who has been then ammitted to the Competition final, held in Bolzano on 1 September. 

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