Tito Ceccherini conducts Dido and Æneas, Purcell’s foremost theatrical works and a monumental work in Baroque opera.
This is a production of Teatro La Fenice in Venice with performances on September 4, 5 and 6.
Among the most learned and profound conductors of his generation, on Agust 22 Tito Ceccherini returns to the podium of Teatro La Fenice Orchestra in Venice. The program includes:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony n. 40 in G minor kv 550
ballet in one act for small orchestra with three solo voices on music by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
On Friday, July 24 at 12,00 Carnaval, the opera composed by Salvatore Sciarrino and played at Teatro dei Rozzi in Siena on July 13, 2015 conducted by Maestro Tito Ceccherini, is broadcasted on the webradio ChiagianaRadioArte as part of the Chigiana International Festival & Summer Academy 2020 "Oursounds".
Check at the link: https://chigiana.org/oursounds/#from-the-archives and click on "opera on air", and "Ascolta ChiagianaRadioArte".
Maestro Tito Ceccherini returns on the podium of Orchestra della Toscana for two concerts in Arezzo and Firenze, on January 21 and 22. Program:
DVOŘÁK Suite ceca op.39
MARCO LENA Concerto per violino e orchestra, in memoria di Andrea Tacchi – Classici di oggi *
MOZART Sinfonia n.38 K.504 Praga
Maestro Tito Ceccherini conducts the SWR Symphonie Orchester on Sunday, October 20. The concert program sees four première commissioned by the Orchester to the composers Lidia Zielińska, Saed Haddad, Jürg Frey and Eva Reiter. Maestro conducts the SWR orchestra on Novemer 2 in Essen and on November 3 in Friburg too.
After the success of last year and the victory of the Premio Abbiati for Richard III, Maestro Tito Ceccherini returns to Teatro La Fenice di Venezia to conduct Luci mie traditrici by Salvatore Sciarrino in a new production directed by Valentino Villa.
Performances: September 14, 18, 22 and 24.
Giorgio Battistelli's Richard III, conducted by Tito Ceccherini, won the "Franco Abbiati" Prize 2018. The opera has been rapresented last year at Teatro La Fenice in Venice, directed by Robert Carsen.
From Ligeti's Le Grand Macabre at the Opernhaus in Zurich to Haydn's Il Mondo della Luna at the Philharmonie in Paris, the extraordinary artistic journey of Tito Ceccherini.
“Quelle chance pour les protagonistes de ce Mondo della luna d’avoir pu travailler avec un chef tel que Tito Ceccherini ! Dès l’ouverture, sa preste baguette apporte un allant et une pulsation qui perdurent tout au long de la représentation. Les jeunes instrumentistes de l’Orchestre du Conservatoire (Sarah Jegou au violon solo) forcent l’admiration par le relief, le tonus et les couleurs d’une exécution stylée. Ils disposent il est vrai du guide idoine en la personne du maestro italien” wrote Alain Cochard on ConcertClassic
Superb performance of Tito Ceccherini in Le Grand Macabre at the Opernhaus Zurich:
"A master of his craft, conductor Tito Ceccherini confidently took the Philharmonia Zürich through two uninterrupted hours of Ligeti’s hellish and high-water sounds. [...] don’t see this production if you’re expecting something ordinary. Ordinary, it is not." wrote Bachtrack