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18 January 2018 -

Congratulations to Krystian Zimerman and Quartetto di Cremona, awarded with the ICMA 2018 (International Classical Music Awards).
Krystian Zimerman wins the prize in the category "solo instrument" with his latest CD dedicated to Schubert (DG).
The Quartetto di Cremona is awarded in the category "chamber music" for both Volume N.7 and N.8 of their Beethoven Cycle (Audite).
The Award Ceremony and Gala Concert will take place on April 6 at the magnificent concert hall of the National Symphony Orchestra of the Polish Radio in Katowice, conducted by Alexander Liebreich.


17 January 2018 -

Daniel Smith begins his 2018 with an important debut conducting the Orchestra of Maggio Musicale in Firenze, with a program which includes also a piece written for orchestra and didgeridoo, an Australian traditional instrument played by William Burton, coauthor of the music inspired to an aboriginal song.
In the second part, Daniel Smith will conduct Shostakovich Symphony n.12, included in the "Shostakovich Cycle" planned by Maggio Musicale Fiorentino in this season.


New Representation: VALENTIN URYUPIN

15 January 2018 -

We are glad to announce the representation of the young Russian conductor VALENTIN URYUPIN.

Winner in 2017 of the 8th International Conductor’s Competition Sir Georg Solti, Valentin Uryupin is an exceptional musician: not only is he a celebrated conductor, but as a clarinettist he has won more than 20 international competitions and performed worldwide.

His career is equally divided between the opera house and the symphonic stage.

Since 2011, Valentin Uryupin is resident conductor of the MusicaAeterna Orchestra at the Perm Opera, which was founded in 2004 by Teodor Currentzis and has since impressed audiences with numerous international guest appearances. He is Principal Conductor and Artistic Director of the Rostov-on-Don Symphony Orchestra since 2015.

Our office represents Uryupin in United Kingdom, Italy (Canton of Ticino included), Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Australia and New Zealand.

For more information.

Benedetto Lupo celebrates Claude Debussy

9 December 2017 -

Deservedly considered one of the most prominent performer of the French repertoire, Benedetto Lupo is going to celebrate Claude Debussy hundredth death anniversary, commemorated in 2018.
Beginning in December 2017 (7 December in Macerata and 9 December in Firenze) and through all 2018, Benedetto Lupo will hold several recitals with a program totally dedicated to Debussy, playing the “Images” cycle (included the “oubliées” ones), “Estampes” and the "Second Suite Bergamasque”, originally thought by teh French composer as one piece and then pubblished in several works by different editors.
The program will therefore be a unique journey in the pianistic world of one of the greatest composers of all time.  

Tito Ceccherini makes his debut in Ankara

9 December 2017 -

A new important debut for Tito Ceccherini who will conduct for the first time the Bilkent Symphony Orchestra in Ankara, one of the most prominent Turkish symphonic orchestras (Saturday 9 December). The BSO is well-known also as UNICEF Turkey Goodwill Ambassador for its many humanitarian activities for children.
Tito Ceccherini and the BSO will perform an intense program entitled "The Sound of Nature", including Prokofiev Piano Concerto n.2 (soloist Vassilis Varvaresos) and Mahler Symphony n.1.
More details here.


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