Thursday 3 October 2013

Quartetto Prometeo gets more 5 stars!

QUARTETTO PROMETEO gets more 5 stars for its latests recordings:

5 stars! by Diapason for the monographic CD dedicated to Salvatore Sciarrino for Kairos:
« Le jeu fusionnel des Prometeo compte pour beaucoup dans une musique où l’implication totale tient lieu de virtuosité. Et dans les rare moments où la nuance est plus appuyée, c’est un écho fugace des derniers quatuors de Beethoven qui vient nous surprendre, alors que nous étions tout ouïe pour le souffle des archets, décliné en une micropalette de colorations. » (Pierre Rigaudière – Diapason-set 2013) 

5 stars! by the Neue Musik Zeitung for the monographic CD dedicated to Stefano Scodanibbio for ECM:
« Alles sind Transkriptionen, aber alles trägt die Handschrift von Scodanibbio, die auf wundersame Weise die so ungeheuer verschiedenen Werke in eine ebenso traurigen wie visionären neuen Stil („Reinventions“ – Wiedererfindungen) bindet. Dass der derart anrührend, ja auch erschütternd in die Tiefe gehen kann, liegt auch am hochsensiblen Spiel des Prometeo Quartetts, das sich nach der Idee des Komponisten der adaptierten Musik mit atemberaubenden Klangfarben suchend und fragend nähert. Ein eigenwilliges und großartiges Vermächtnis. » (Ute Schalz-Laurenze – NMZ-ott 2013)

Sunday 22 September 2013

Kochanovsky conducts the Hamburger Symphoniker

After the debut at "The Stars of the White Nights Festival" in St. Petersburg for the first time on the podium of the Mariinsky Orchestra, STANISLAV KOCHANOVSKY on September 22nd and 24th will conduct for the first time the Hamburger Symphoniker.

"Stanislav Kochanovsky in his 30 years managed to become one of the best young conductors in the country, playing with all the best Russian orchestras. It is already obvious that this young man is a phenomenon. He is uniquely sophisticated in his sense of music and style. The works of Mussorgsky, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky he conducts with inspiration and youthful drive, enjoying pathetic moments, causing the orchestra to express emotions of ecstatic power (managing to avoid hysterical tear). Easily and elegantly he took the musicians away from heroic swing to delicate and tender pianissimo so that the orchestra of 120 instruments sounds like a warm sensuous whisper." wrote the Udm-info after Kochanovsky's debut with the Svetlanov Orchestra in the 2012.

New video have been added on the “Multimedia” section of the artist’s page in this website that I warmly invite you to visit: http://www.resiartists.it/it/artist_audioVideo.php?artist=255.

Thursday 1 August 2013

Daniel Smith makes his debut at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro

The young Australian conductor DANIEL SMITH will make his debut at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro conducting Il Viaggio a Reims.

Smith's career is rising fast after the First Prize at the last Fitelberg Competition and Second Prize at the last Solti Competition.

Performances in Pesaro on August 13th and 16th.

Wednesday 19 June 2013

Daniel Smith conducts the Odense Symfoniorkester

After the great success at the Musical Olympus Festival in St. Petersburg, on June 19th Daniel Smith will conduct for the first time the Odense Symfoniorkester.
The program includes works by Verdi, Wagner, Lutoslawski, Britten.

Thursday 13 June 2013

Kochanovsky makes his debut at The Stars of the White Nights Festival

Under the invitation of Valery Gergiev, on June 20th STANISLAV KOCHANOVSKY will make his debut at "The Stars of the White Nights Festival" of St. Petersburg for the first time on the podium of the Mariinsky Orchestra. He will conduct works by Smetana, Chopin and Dvorak at the Mariinsky Concert Hall.

On June 21st he will conduct a concert with Anna Netrebko at the St.Petersburg International Economic Forum in "Tsarskoe Selo" (the Catherine Palace).

New video have been added on the Multimedia section of the artists page in this website.

Wednesday 15 May 2013

TITO CECCHERINI returns on the podium of the Bolshoi Theatre

TITO CECCHERINI returns on the podium of the Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow to conduct Puccini's Turandot.
Performances on May 14th, 15th, 17th, 18th, 19th 2013.

Among his latest symphonic successes, TITO CECCHERINI developed a wide operatic repertoire ranging from De Majo's Alessandro (1765), through Italian Belcanto (Bellini’s Puritani, Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda, etc), Rossini (he just recorded the Petite Messe Solennelle for Stradivarius), Puccini (Turandot) and Strauss (Guntram, Ariadne auf Naxos), up to several world premieres (Sciarrino, Fénelon, etc.), which he conducted in theatres such as Opéra National de Paris, Bolshoi Theatre, Grand Théâtre de Genève, Nationaltheater Mannheim, Teatro Bellini in Catania…

Thursday 22 November 2012

Daniel Smith wins the Fitelberg International Conducting Competition

DANIEL SMITH has won First Prize in the Fitelberg International Conducting Competition .

On that same occasion, Daniel Smith also won the Orchestra's Choice Prize, the Golden Baton, the Orpheus Prize and concert invitations for the upcoming seasons throughout Europe and Asia.

In less than four months Daniel also won Second Prize in the prestigious Sir Georg Solti International Conductors’ Competition (September 2012) in Frankfurt, First Prize at the 5th Luigi Mancinelli Opera Conductors’ International Competition in Italy (August 2012), and the Orchestra’s Choice Prize for Best Conductor in the 2011 Lutosławski International Conducting Competition in Poland.

Sharing his time between Rome and Sydney, in recent years Daniel Smith has also conducted the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Frankfurt hr-Sinfonieorchester, Göteborgs Symfoniker, Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, the National Orchestra of Romania, Orquestra de Cadaqués, Orchestra of Sofia... He has also conducted at festivals in Europe, the USA and Australia, including the Mozarteum Festspiele, Järvi Summer Festival, Estate Musicale Chigiana, Aspen Music Festival and the Sydney Olympic Arts Festival.

Sunday 21 October 2012

DANIEL SMITH - NEW GENERAL MANAGEMENT

We are very proud to announce the worldwide representation of DANIEL SMITH.

The young Australian conductor is the winner of the second prize at the Sir George Solti International Conducting Competition (September 2012) on the podium of the Frankfurt hr-Sinfonieorchesters, first prize at the Luigi Mancinelli Opera Conductors’ International Competition (August 2012) and prized with the Orchestra’s Choice Prize for Best Conductor at the Lutosławski International Conducting Competition 2011.

Daniel Smith is fast becoming one of the world’s most exhilarating musicians. His commitment, energy and connection with both musicians and audiences has had him hailed as “one of the greatest young conducting promises” by the Göteborgs Symfoniker at his concert debut in 2010.

Here you can see DANIEL SMITH conducting the Frankfurt hr-Sinfonieorchesters in the Finale of the “Solti International Conducting Competition”:

RAVEL – Daphnis et Chloé, Suite n. 2

WEBER -  Euryanthe, Overture

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