Concert - Event posted by elena
Sunday 29 September 2019, at 6.00 pm, at the Casa di Giotto, on the Vespignano hill, in Vicchio di Mugello, the Instrumental Ensemble 'Camerata de' Bardi ', consisting of Roberta Malavolti Landi on the violin, by her sister Sabrina on the clarinet and on the sweet flute, from Giacomo Benedetti to the piano, he will propose a musical evening dedicated to the Moon, on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing of 1969.
the concert is organized in collaboration with the Florentine Chamber Orchestra, with the cultural association "Dalle Terre di Giotto and dell'Angelico", with the Unicoop Members Section of Borgo San Lorenzo, enjoys the patronage of the Municipality of Vicchio and the City Florence subway.
The most famous thematic pages related to our satellite will resonate in the Giotto home, from the German composer Ludwig van Beethoven with his Sonata op. 27 n 1 "Al chiara di Luna" , dedicated to his pupil Giulietta Guicciardi, to Giacomo Puccini with Bohème, Vincenzo Bellini with Norma. The priestess, sons of the Druid king Oroveso, lover of the Roman Pollione tries not to make the two armies clash and invokes the prayer to the Moon, one of the most famous pages of the Italian melodrama. And again Claude Debussy, French spokesman of musical impressionism who marries the symbolist poetry of Paul Verlaine and with the cursed poet celebrate the Moon in the Bergamasque Suite n. 3.
An evening where the lunar fil rouge brings to the stage the most intimate correspondences of sister arts: painting, music, poetry, all engaged in the description and contemplation of the light emanating from the celestial body, of that moonlight that now silverens the sacred plants of Irminsul forest and now appears sad, melancholy, as a mirror of those artistic souls always given to absolute love.
Admission is free and the Cultural Association "Dalle Terre di Giotto and dell'Angelico" will offer a free aperitif to all those present.
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