Concert - Event posted by elena
Address: Piazza delle Murate , Florence - Historical CenterDate: Wednesday 18 July 2018
Ì Wednesday 18th at 21.00 to Walled - Projects Contemporary Art (the square of the Walled)
The " Progetto Donatoni" with the soloists of the Gamo Ensemble
closes the review of concerts "SIAE Classici di Oggi"
The concert, the last event of the summer festival of the Open Music Today Group,
is in collaboration with the EMA record label for the GAMO - EMA ARCHIVE project
The soloists of the Gamo Ensemble Roberto Fabbriciani on flute, Marco Facchini on violin, Camilla Insom on viola and Pietro Paolo Antonucci on accordion, will perform some pieces for instrument only written by Donatoni
Florence, 17 July 2018 - Will be the soloists of the Gamo Ensemble Roberto Fabbriciani on flute, Marco Facchini on violin, Camilla Insom on viola and Pietro Paolo Antonucci on accordion, the performers of the concert entitled " Progetto Donatoni " dedicated to the great composer, to be held Wednesday 18 July at 9.00 pm at Murate - Contemporary Art Projects (piazza delle Murate). The event, in collaboration with the EMA record label for GAMO - EMA ARCHIVE closes the appointments of the project "New cycle of GAMO - SIAE Classici di Oggi" concerts , included in the Gamo summer festival , dedicated to the most original and interesting productions of today's music scene and directed by Francesco Gesualdi and Giancarlo Cardin i ( www.gamo.it) .
The program includes the performance of some pieces for instrument only written by Donatoni as "Luci" (1995) for flute in sol (dedicated to Luciano Berio) "Feria IV" (1997) "Ali" (1979) two pieces for violin "Argot " (1977) two pieces for viola and " Midi " (1989) for flute (dedicated to Roberto Fabbriciani).
Flautist and composer, Roberto Fabbriciani was born in Arezzo. Original interpreter and versatile artist, he has innovated the flute technique, multiplying with his personal research the sonic possibilities of the instrument. He has performed at prestigious theaters and musical institutions such as the Scala in Milan, the Berlin Philharmonic and has participated in festivals such as Venice Biennale, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Ravenna, London, Edinburgh, Paris, Brussels, Luzern, Warsaw, Salzburg, Wien, Lockenhaus, Munich, Berlin, Donaueschingen.
Marco Facchini graduated from the Conservatory of Bologna in 1984. He works for the major Italian concert institutions (among other Milan "La Scala", Rome "S. Cecilia", Venice "La Fenice", Florence "Friends of Music", Naples "A. Scarlatti") and abroad (Europe, United States, Canada and Japan). He teaches the Quartet at the Pesaro Conservatory and holds courses in violin, chamber music and quartet classes in Italy, Japan, the United States and South America.
Camilla Insom graduated brilliantly in Viola in Florence under the guidance of Maestro Vismara. He regularly collaborates with the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino orchestra, with which he has participated in various tours all under the direction of Maestro Mehta. She is involved in the rediscovery of the repertoire for viola, solo and chamber music, of composers. He is Professor of Viola at the "Dante" Music Lyceum in Florence.
Pietro Paolo Antonucci , born in Sapri in Campania in 1991, graduated in October 2016 at the L. Refice Conservatory in Frosinone under the guidance of Maestro Francesco Gesualdi. From 2005 to today he has won numerous victories in various national and international competitions. His repertoire is characterized by the presence of ancient and contemporary music literature. He is currently attending the second year of the Chamber Music biennium at the L.Refice Conservatory in Frosinone.
All concerts are supported by SIAE | Today's Classics, Tuscany Region, Metropolitan City of Florence , in collaboration with the City of Florence, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Luigi Cherubini Music Conservatory of Florence, MUSE, Le Murate - Contemporary Art Projects .
Single entry: 7 euros.
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