Sunday 2 July 2017


Considered one of the most prominent performer of Beethoven's music, Andrea Lucchesini will play both Piano Concert n.3 and n.5 composed by Beethoven at the Energy Hall in Expo 2017-"Future Energy" organized in Astana (Kazakhstan).
On this occasion, Andrea Lucchesini will perform with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Kazakhstan, conducted by Kanat Omarov.
More info here.

Saturday 1 July 2017


Enrico Dindo will have a prominent role in the program of cultural events organized during EXPO 2017-"Future Energy"in Astana (Kazakhstan). The outstanding Italian cellist will perform Dvorak Concerto with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Kazakhstan, conducted by Kanat Omarov.
More info here.

Thursday 22 June 2017


This week two important debuts at Teatro Petruzzelli di Bari: Maxim Emelyanychev, who will conduct an Italian orchestra for the first time, and Gabriele Carcano, at his first experience on Bari's stage.
Although only 27 years old, Maxim Emelyanychev is Principal Conductor of the baroque ensemble Il Pomo d'Oro, well-known all over Europe for its numerous tournèe and for winning the Echo Klassik 2016 award for the recording of Haydn Symphonies and Concerts.
In Bari there will be also another successful young performer: Gabriele Carcano, whose first CD dedicated to early Brahms compositions for piano has been wonderfully reviewed by the international critics. Among authors closed to Carcano's sensitivity, there are certainly Mozart and Beethoven, both in the program of the concert at Petruzzelli (Mozart, Concerto n.23 K.488 and Beethoven, Fantasy op.80 for piano, chorus and orchestra).
To complete the program, Mendelssohn Symphony n.5 "Reform".

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Thursday 15 June 2017


We are delighted to announce that Maestro Claus Peter Flor has been named the Music Director of LaVerdi. The initial three-year tenure will begin with the 2017/18 season.

Maestro Flor’s long-term relationship with the orchestra began in 2003 when its then Music Director (now Conductor Emeritus) Riccardo Chailly invited him to become Principal Guest Conductor. Since then, the collaboration has evolved to be both artistically celebrated and one cherished by its audience.

Ruben Jais, Executive and Artistic Director of LaVerdi said: "It is a great honour for all of us at the La Verdi Foundation to announce such and important development in our long-lasting relationship with Maestro Claus Peter Flor. Through the years, this partnership has created countless memorable concerts. We have no doubt that in his new position of Music Director of our Orchestra and Choir, these brilliant musical experiences will expand and continue to the delight of our musicians and audiences."

Maestro Flor said: "This appointment as Music Director is a great honour and pleasure for me. Thanks to these many years of collaboration, I feel devoted to La Verdi’s Orchestra and Choir. We now have the opportunity to build on this shared understanding and respect to create a unique sound and recognisable identity for the orchestra in Italy and beyond."

The first step in this new role will be the performance of the complete Beethoven Symphonies in July. 


Saturday 10 June 2017


On Saturday 10th and Sunday, 11th June at the Teatro Malibran in Venice with the Teatro La Fenice Orchestra, John Axelrod will conduct "Veronica Franco", melologist for reciting voice, soprano and orchestra composed by Fabio Vacchi and dedicated to the figure of the Venetian poetress and courtesan lived in the 16th century.

The work, is intended as a tribute to the women's inner strength and will be devoted on this occasion to the memory of the journalist Laura Dubini.

Monday 22 May 2017


After the recent personal success at the Frankfurt Opera, Tito Ceccherini makes his debut at Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome conducting Ensemble Modern with music by Lisa Streich and Torsten Herrmann, composers in residence at Accademia Tedesca di Villa Massimo in Rome, and by Luciano Berio e Karlheinz Stockhausen.
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Thursday 18 May 2017


John Axelrod is back to Milan's Auditorium to conduct Orchestra Verdi and the singers of La Scuola dell'Opera (Young Artists Program) of Teatro Comunale di Bologna in Giacomo Puccini masterpiece "Gianni Schicchi", an opera perfectly fitting the conducting charisma of M° Axelrod, who has often conducted also Italian operatic repertoire. 

"Gianni Schicchi" will be performed in concert form.
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Thursday 4 May 2017

Daniel Smith

After the great success in L'elisir d'amore at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, on May 4th Daniel Smith makes his debut at the Teatro dell'Opera in Rome conducting Prokofiev's Violin Concerto n. 1 and Beethoven's Egmont, with the participation of the great Italian actor Toni Servillo.

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Andrea Lucchesini and Fabio Luisi with Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

AMADEUS April 2017 :Beethoven Choral Fantasyperformed by Andrea Lucchesini, with the Orchestra del  Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, conducted by Fabio Luisi

"..con il pianoforte solista di Andrea Lucchesini, ecco poi la “Fantasia” op. 80 di Beethoven, cartone preparatorio della Nona sinfonia. Lucchesini vi sfodera un suono pieno, sontuoso, rivestito di velluto, e una spiccata sensibilità cameristica al dialogo con orchestra e voci. Perfino quando, di rado, la sua parte sta in secondo piano, lui non smette di raccogliere spunti espressivi e suggerirne a chi gli sta attorno"

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Friday 31 March 2017

Tito Ceccherini debuts at the Frankfurt Oper

After the great successes in Béatrice et Bènedicte and Die Entführung aus dem Serail, both at the Théâtre du Capitole de Toulouse in the present season, Tito Ceccherini conducts The Rake's Progress for the first time at the Frankfurt Oper.
Premiere on March 31st and following peformances on April 6, 9, 15 and 21st.

Saturday 25 March 2017

Stanislav Kochanovsky returns to the Orchestre National de Lyon

After the successful debut in 2015, Stanislav Kochanovsky retuns on the podium of the Orchestre National de Lyon with two concerts on March 25th and 27th.
The program sees works by Smetana, Chopin and Bartok (Concert for Orchestra).

Lyon is one example of the successful debuts Stanislav Kochanovsky recently achieved with orchestras such as the Rotterdam Philharmonic, the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, the Royal Flemish Philharmonic that will see him back again in the present and next season.