Wednesday 25 July 2018, double musical appointment for the Italian Brass Week. The Havana Horn Quartet will perform, at 19.00, at the Kilometrozero Restaurant of the Casa del Popolo XXV Aprile (Via Bronzino 117) for 'Emotions in the Periphery', with a program of Cuban flavor with music by R. Hernàndez, D. Morgan, E. Lcuona, J. Kosma, A. Aieta, M. Metamoros, J. Piñera. Their concert is realized in collaboration with the Jorge Eielson Study Center and the Ministry of Culture of Cuba. Free admission.
At 9.00 pm, a great event that sees under the Florentine sky, at the Bargello National Museum, a galaxy of Stelle di Ottone that will duet with the Florentine Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Giuseppe Lanztta, for the evening in memory of Maestro José Antonio Abreu, founder of the Venezuelan El Sistema as well as an honorary member of the Italian Brass Week until his death. The program opens with a world premiere of Allen Vizzutti, written and performed worldwide for our Festival. The creation of the eclectic trumpet player, international soloist, entitled Glimmer, Shimmer, Pop! Eric Terwilliger, first part of the Bayerische Rundfunk Symphonieorchester of Monacodi Baviera will perform the Concertino for horn and strings op. 45 n. 5 by the Swedish composer Lars Erik Larsson, composed between 1953 and 1957. A versatile and pleasant page that combines the musical peculiarities of Romanticism with the executive skills of the contemporary era.
From Sweden to the Marches with the Symphony in F major for trombone and strings, originally written for cello and basso continuo, by the Giovanni Battista Pergolesi jesino, entrusted to the solo trombone Vincenzo Paratore, the first part of the Bellini Theater Orchestra in Catania. Symphony Orchestra, Gene Pokorny, will compete in the execution of Gerald Finzi's Five Bagatelle. Suite of pieces written in 1945 for clarinet and piano, has become the composer's most popular work. The extraordinary American tubista will fall into the five compositions exalting their coloristic invention, the melancholy of Romanza, the raveliana and cadenzata Forlana, the lively bachiana Fughetta conclusiva.Francisco 'Pacho' Flores, born within the Venezuelan system of M ° Abreu and , to date, one of the most extraordinary trumpet virtuosi, winner of the International Awards 'Maurice Andrè' and 'Philip Jones', appreciated by the worldwide critics for his brilliant energy combined with the highest color research of sound, will join the Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina to perform the Concerto for trumpet and strings in E-flat major by Johann Baptiste George Neruda, Bohemian composer of the eighteenth century, Konzertmeister of the Elector of Saxony in Dresden. From the initial Allegro of Baroque imprint, 'Pacho' Flores will immerse himself in the Largo, the oasis of intense lyricism, to then re-emerge in the lively and sparkling Rondò finale. He draws Maestro Giuseppe Lanzetta.
Admission to the concert is subject to charges, tickets are on sale at the concert venue, at the Bargello National Museum, starting at 20.00.
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