RAI NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
KENT NAGANO conductor
BENEDETTO LUPO piano
Béla Bartòk Music for strings, percussion and celesta, BB 114,
Johannes Brahms Concerto No. 2 in B flat major op. 83
The concert is broadcast live on Radio 3 for Il Cartellone di Radio3 Suite and on Euroradio circuit,
it is in live streaming on raicultura.it and will be broadcast on Rai 5 at a date to be decided.
«...When I look back over the years, the impression is that my work as a musician has been a kind of distillation...»
On January 8, Enrico Onofri conducts La Filarmonica Toscanini and the cellist Edgar Moreau in a program dedicated to Franz Joseph Haydn. The concert will be streamed on the Filarmonica Toscanini's channel here.
Enrico Onofri’s "Into Nature" CD recorded with the Imaginarium Ensemble for Passacaille receives the Diapason d'or de l'année 2020:
"25 years after his recording with Il Giardino Armonico, Enrico Onofri demonstrates unparalleled maturity and artistic wisdom. Far from making Vivaldi the main hero of this recording, Onofri pays tribute to Mother Nature, to her saving power and to inspire art through sounds, images, scents, tastes and sensations. The music that accompanies "Le Stagioni" in this album is part of the Italian instrumental repertoire of the seventeenth century and offers a collection of gems that opens the way to Vivaldi's masterpiece.”
On November 15 at 3.30pm on OperaStreaming Youtube channel, the first performance in modern time of Aci, Galatea e Polifemo's version for Senesino, in the reconstruction and critical edition by Raffaele Pe, Fabrizio Longo and Luca Guglielmi. Produced by Teatro Municipale Piacenza with a faboulous cast: the countertenor Raffaele Pe, Giuseppina Bridelli mezzosoprano and Andrea Mastroni - Bass accompanied by La Lira di Orfeo under the guidance of Luca Guglielmi.
Gianmaria Aliverta Director with the video projections by Tokio Studio
An important project awaits Gabriele Carcano in London in the coming months: the complete cycle of Beethoven's Sonatas in a place of great charm such as the Fidelio Orchestra, a venue in central London, which in a short time has become a fixed appointment for many, not only for the quality of the performers, such as Steven Isserlis, Victoria Mullova, London Mozart Players or Angela Hewitt, but also and above all for the complicity between performers and audience.
Curiosity and innovation are some of the fundamental aspects of Gabriele Carcano's personality, always looking for new ways to communicate music.
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