May 1st concert

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Address: Piazza Dante 23 , Campi Bisenzio

Date: Wednesday 01 May 2019


Wednesday 1 May 2019 at 16.30 at the Teatrodante Carlo Monni in Campi Bisenzio

Pieces from the classical repertoire for the closing concert of the musical season at the Teatro di Campi

The La Filharmonie orchestra will accompany the Trio Vox, one of the most established ensembles on the national scene

For the closing concert of the season, the Filharmonie association has chosen to try its hand at a classical repertoire. The 1st May Concert will feature the emerging Trio Vox ensemble among the most successful of the national scene, composed of three young musicians of all respect: Clarice Curradi on violin, Augusto Gasbarri on cello and Irene Novi on piano .

The music will be performed by the La Filharmonie Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Nima Keshavarzi.

The May 1st Concert will be staged on Wednesday May 1st at 4.30pm at the Teatrodante Carlo Monni in Campi Bisenzio (Piazza Dante 23).

This is the evening's program:

Ludwig Van Beethoven

Triple concert in C major Op. 56

Symphony no. 7 in A major Op. 92

Start of the show at 16.30. Admission: adults € 15, reduced Coop members and over 65: € 12, children up to 12 years and music students € 8.

Info and tickets: Teatrodante Carlo Monni, piazza Dante 23 Campi Bisenzio (Fi) | | T. 055 8940864

The Trio Vox was born from the meeting of three musician friends whose streets intertwined with the Fiesole Music School and is today one of the most successful emerging ensembles of the national music scene. Only in 2017, the Trio takes part in the Estate Fiorentina, the 42nd International Art Site of Montepulciano, the 60th edition of the "Festival dei Due Mondi" in Spoleto and the "Music Encounters" of the La Mortella Gardens in Ischia, winning the Award "Best New Imaie Performers 2017" and the scholarship announced by the William Walton Foundation.

The three components Irene Novi (piano), Clarice Curradi (violin) and Augusto Gasbarri (cello) boast a notable international background at the universities "Hochschule für Musik Basel", "Hochschule der Künste Bern" and "Universität Mozarteum Salzburg" and significant musical experiences such as the Gustav Mahler Academy of Bolzano, the Mozart Orchestra conducted by Claudio Abbado, the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, the Orchestra of Tuscany. As soloists and in chamber ensembles, there are also numerous concerts at important festivals in Italy and abroad (among others, the International Music Festival of Portogruaro, the Academy of Cameristi di Bari, the Concerts of the Quirinale of Radio3 and the Bolgheri Melody Festival). The trio of Parma, Claus-Christian Schuster, Giovanni Gnocchi, Hatto Beyerle, Pier Narciso Masi, Anton Kernyak, Lorenza Borrani are among the musicians who have contributed to their chamber music training.

The Trio Vox debuted in concert in July 2015 in Montepulciano on the occasion of the 40th International Art Site and was subsequently invited to participate in the third meeting of the cycle "Affrontare Henze", at the Istituto di Musica Poliziano. Among the past engagements, the Trio participated in a Masterclass by Enrico Bronzi at the Amici della Musica in Florence and won the first prize at the 22nd "G. Rospigliosi" national chamber music competition. review of the Florentine Chamber Music, for the review "L'Antidoto" of Pistoia, in the Agimus season of Careggi in Musica, for the Musikaldia Festival in Lekeitio in the Basque Country, at the San Giacomo Festival in Bologna and at the "Musica da Casa Menotti" Festival in Spoleto, for the season of the Friends of Vicchio di Rimaggio and had the honor of participating in the commemorative day of Andrea Tacchi at the Cenacle of Santa Croce.

The Filharmonie Association was born at the beginning of 2016 thanks to the will of a group of young musicians, among the best graduates of Italian musical institutes. The desire to share and create through music and art has given birth to a fresh and brilliant team that looks to the future.

The Filharmonie Orchestra, with over forty elements, is the beating heart, the first raison d'être of the homonymous Association. The enthusiasm and young age of the musicians joins an already prestigious professional pro who boasts experiences with important chamber and orchestral formations. Filharmonie flexibly deals with symphonic and chamber music, musical theater, applied music and new expressive forms.

From the beginning the project was characterized by the quality and variety of the artistic offer. After just two years of activity and ended the first season, the Filharmonie Orchestra has been recognized by the Ministry of Heritage and Cultural Activities among the national orchestras suitable for obtaining the contribution of the Single Fund for Entertainment 2018/2020. Filharmonie is also the winner of the Smart & Coop 2017 competition supported by the CR Firenze and Legacoop Toscana Foundation, a project that aims to promote the creation of cooperative cultural enterprises and the 2018 New Publics project of the Cassa di Risparmio Foundation.

Nima Keshavarzi. Founder and artistic director of la Filharmonie, he has directed the orchestra since its debut in 2016 in Florence, obtaining an exciting success from the public and critics. He passionately dedicates himself to opera as well as to the symphonic repertoire and has collaborated as guest conductor and assistant with some of the major Italian and European theaters such as the Rome Opera House, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Teatro Regio of Turin, Palau de les Arts of Valencia , Teatro Comunale of Bologna, Rossini Opera Festival and the Verdi Festival of Parma. Since 2015, assistant to Maestro Roberto Abbado, he has collaborated with the Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana and mezzo-soprano Elina Garança for recordings with Deutsche Grammophon. He has conducted, among others, the orchestra of the Classical Bulgaria Foundation, the Symphonia Assai Orchestra of Brussels, the symphonic orchestra of the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Ensemble Luigi Dallapiccola and is guest conductor at the Summer Festival of Montecatini.

Born in Isfahan / Iran, he studied violin, composition and conducting at the Cherubini Conservatory in Florence, at the Fiesole Music School, at the Royal Conservatoire in Brussels and later at the Chigiana Academy of Siena and at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz of Cologne and specialized with the masters Zubin Mehta, Donato Renzetti and Roberto Abbado.


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