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Contemporary art fritters
when: Thursday, May 30, 2019 from 9.00 pm
where: Frittelli contemporary art, via Val di Marina 15 Florence tel 055410153 email@example.com
information: firstname.lastname@example.org tel 055410153
The concert is offered to the public free of charge.
Frittelli contemporary art has the pleasure of hosting for the second consecutive year
ÂME Amateur Music Ensemble which will present music by Mozart and Fauré.
Concerto for horn n. 4, K495 by WA Mozart
Elegia for cello and orchestra by Gabriel Fauré
Six Nocturnes by WA Mozart
[K439 Two lovely pupils - K438 If far, my dear, you are - K436 Here is that proud moment -
K437 I will complain silent - K346 Lights expensive, beautiful lights - K549 No longer found]
ÂME, Amateur Music Ensemble, is formed at the School of Music of Fiesole with the intention of bringing together the passionate attendees of the amateur course who, while engaged in other work activities, wish to dedicate free time to music. Under the guidance of Stefano Zanobini, first viola of the Orchestra della Toscana, the instrumentalists involved experience the pleasure of playing together in the orchestra, completing a journey of musical activities that focuses on the chamber music experience.
The preparation of the group aims at performing a demanding repertoire, always with the pleasure of making music together. From this point of view we find the choice to renounce the figure of the orchestra conductor: Stefano Zanobini does not get on the podium, but works and plays playing together with the orchestra members, with the aim of stimulating everyone to listen to themselves and their others and thus increase the executive awareness of each one. The repertoire built by ÂME over the years has ranged from early Baroque to contemporary music, meeting Monteverdi, Vivaldi, Bach, Telemann, Haydn, Mozart, Sibelius, Dvorak, Brahms, Musorgsky, Hindemith, Bartók and Kurtág.
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