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Fabrizio Meloni and Takahiro Yoshikawa at Piazza Verdi, RAI Radio3

On January 7. 2012 M° Fabrizio Meloni and M° Takahiro Yoshikawa will be guests of Piazza Verdi, RAI Radio 3 from 15:00 (GMT+1) to 18:00 (GMT+1), to present the new album (CD+DVD box set): “Across Virtuosity“, dedicated to Fantasie on operatic melodies.
In addition to the interview, the artists will perform 3 tracks from the album, that will be available in music stores and digital from January 9. 2012.

For album details, please click here.

To listen to RAI Radio 3, please click here.

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Sabato 7 Gennaio 2012 il Maestro Fabrizio Meloni e il Maestro Takahiro Yoshikawa saranno ospiti del programma Piazza Verdi, in onda su RAI Radio 3 dalle 15:00 alle 18:00, per presentare il loro nuovo album (CD+DVD): “Across Virtuosity“, dedicato alle Fantasie su arie d’opera.
Oltre all’intervista, i musicisti eseguiranno dal vivo tre brani tratti dall’album, la cui uscita è prevista per il 9 Gennaio 2012 nei principali negozi di musica e in digitale.

Per maggiori informazioni sull’album, cliccate qui.

Per ascoltare la diretta, cliccate qui.

Assolutamente da non perdere!!!

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Annamaria Morini on RAI Radio3

On December 25th. 2011 at 20:30 (GMT+1)
on Rai Radio3 @ http://www.rai.tv/dl/RaiTV/popup/player_radio.html?v=3

Silvana Torto, Mezzosoprano
Annamaria Morini, flute
Alvise Vidolin, sound direction

This concert was recorded on November 5. 2011 at San Fedele Auditorium in Milan (Italy), in occasion of Milano Musica Festival.

Program:
Roberto Doati (1953) – La scala non procede oltre (2009)
video and live electronics

Agostino di Scipio (1962) – Senza titolo 2011
for female voice and electroacoustic devices
Milano Musica commission
Première

Nicola Sani (1961) - I binari del tempo (1998)
for flute and magnetic tape

Luciano Berio (1925 – 2003) – Thema (Hommage to Joyce) (1958)
for magnetic tape
Electro-acoustic elaboration of Cathy Berberian’s voice
Production: Studio di Fonologia RAI, Milan;
Restoration and re-editing: Centro Tempo Reale, Florence

Martino Traversa (1960) – Bianco, ma non troppo (1995-96)
for bass flute and tape

Luigi Nono (1924 – 1990) – La fabbrica illuminata (1964)
for soprano and magnetic tape in four tracks
Text by Giuliano Scabia, with some verses written by Cesare Pavese
Parte I. Corale I
Corale II
Corale III
Corale IV
Parte II. Giro del letto
Parte III: Tutta la città
Finale

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Fabien Thouand and Takahiro Yoshikawa in concert on La7….enjoy!!

Ennesimo appuntamento con le prime parti dell’Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano per “L’infedele” di Gad Lerner, stavolta il protagonista è stato il Primo Oboe dell’Orchestra Scaligera, Fabien Thouand, accompagnato al pianoforte da uno dei nostri musicisti d’eccezione: Takahiro Yoshikawa.

Per tutti coloro che non hanno potuto vedere la puntata, ecco l’integrale:

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R. Schumann – Romanza “Nicht Schnell” Op. 94 (min. 34:35)

C. Saint-Saëns – Sonata pour Haubois et Piano III movement (min. 1:28:05)

Fabien Thouand, First Oboe of La Scala Orchestra, and the talented Japanese pianist Takahiro Yoshikawa in concert.
At “L’infedele”, on La7 (Italian television).
Here are the episode.

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Monica Cattarossi in concert at Preludio Piano City

On December 16. 2011 from 20:00 to 24:00 (GMT+1) at Caserma Magenta
(via Mascheroni 26, Milano)
Free entrance

Monica Cattarossi in concert at
PRELUDIO PIANO CITY

A musical marathon that will involve more than 30 pianists, both of International fame and young talented, in a symbolic place in Milan: Caserma Magenta, next head office of Brera Academy.

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For more info, please click here.

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Fabien Thouand and Takahiro Yoshikawa on La7 (Italian television)

Un’altro appuntamento con le prime parti dell’Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano, stavolta il protagonista sarà il Primo Oboe dell’orchestra Scaligera, Fabien Thouand, accompagnato al pianoforte da uno dei nostri musicisti d’eccezione: Takahiro Yoshikawa.

Lunedì 12 Dicembre 2011 su La7 nel programma “L’infedele”
ore 21:10

Ecco il programma del concerto:

R. Schumann – Romanza Op. 94 n. 1
C. Saint-Saëns – Sonata pour Haubois et Piano III movement
A. Pasculli – Gran concerto su temi dall’opera “I Vespri Siciliani” di Verdi

Come sempre martedì pubblicheremo gli estratti della puntata!!

Assolutamente da non perdere!!!

On December 12 at 21:10 (GMT+1) at “L’infedele”, on La7 (Italian television): Fabien Thouand, First Oboe of La Scala Theatre in Milan, and the talented Japanese pianist Takahiro Yoshikawa in concert.

Program:

R. Schumann – Romanza Op. 94 n. 1
C. Saint-Saëns – Sonata pour Haubois et Piano III movement
A. Pasculli – Gran concerto su temi dall’opera “I Vespri Siciliani” di Verdi

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Duo Morini – Porta in concert

On December 10th 2011 at San Fedele Church at 17:00 (GMT+1)
Duo Morini, Porta in concert
free entrance
Crossed counterpoints, from Bach to our days

J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Partita BWV 1013 for flute (1723)

Vittorio Montalti (1984)
Prayer for flute and violin (creation)

André Jolivet (1905-1974)
Da Ascèses for flute (1967):
– Matière, triple abîme des étoiles, des atomes et des générations
– Le Dieu a crée les rêves pour indiquer la route au dormeur donc les yeux sont dans l’obscurité

Max Reger (1873-1916)
Ciaccona for violin (1905)

Alessandro Solbiati (1956)
Contrapunctus for flute and violin (2008)

Info @ centrosanfedele.net

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Quartetto Anthos on “Piazza Verdi”, Radio 3

Quartetto Anthos will be guest on November 26 at 15:00 (GMT+1) on “Piazza Verdi” – Radio 3.

Radio 3 – On air @ http://www.rai.tv/dl/RaiTV/popup/player_radio.html?v=3

During this meeting this renowned and appreciated Italian quartett will talk about their projects, and will perform some of the most representative pieces of their repertoire, such as: Andante cantabile, from the Schumann‘s Opus 47, three movements from Gianluca Cascioli‘s quartet (written and dedicated to them) and a pieces by Alexandre Tansman.

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In the meantime, you’ll be able to enjoy a beautiful concert recorded by Quartetto Anthos at Limen Studio:

In this concert:
Johannes Brahms – Klavierquartett in sol minore Op. 25

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Danilo Rossi in concert

On November 12. 2011 at 11:30 a.m. (GMT+1) at Teatro della Pergola, in Florence (Italy).
Danilo Rossi (viola), Andrea Lucchesini (piano), Marco Rizzi (violin) and Mario Brunello (cello)
The interpreters talk about music: Brahms‘ music

On November 12. 2011 at 16:00 (GMT+1) at Teatro della Pergola, Florence (Italy).
Danilo Rossi (viola), Andrea Lucchesini (piano), Marco Rizzi (violin) and Mario Brunello (cello) in concert

Program:
Johannes Brahms – Zwei Gesänge Op. 91 (transcription for cello, viola and piano)
Johannes Brahms – Trio in A minor Op. 144 (transcription for viola, cello and piano)
Johannes Brahms – Quartet for piano and strings in G minor Op. 25

On November 13 at 21:00 (GMT+1) at Teatro della Pergola, Florence (Italy).
Danilo Rossi (viola), Andrea Lucchesini (piano), Marco Rizzi (violin) and Mario Brunello (cello) in concert

Program:
Johannes Brahms – Quartet in A major Op. 26
Johannes Brahms – Quartet in C minor op. 60

More info @ www.amicimusica.fi.it

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Limenmusic recommends: Vanessa Benelli Mosell

Limenmusic proposes a concert by the young and talented pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell, considered one of the most natural musical talent by critics all over the world.

“Twenty-three years old pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell is recognised for her distinctive limpid sound and clarity of intentions of her prodigious playing that combines the blazing virtuosic command over the most demanding technical complexities and her natural musical insight. Her debut recording Virtuoso Piano Music, released in February 2011 by Brillian Classics, has gained internazionale acclaim for ” her great panache” and “sparkling techinque in demanding music” in which ‘she leaves no doubt of her enviable facility'”
Gramophone Magazine

In this concert recorded at Limenmusic Studio in 2009, Vanessa Benelli Moselli performs:

Sonata in G major n. 16 Op. 31 n. 1, written by Ludwig van Beethoven between 1801 and 1802. This work represents Beethoven’s new innovative and unconventional ideas, far from the classical style of music.

The Variations on a theme of Paganini are a set of theme and variation for solo piano, completed by Johannes Brahms in 1863. Clara Schumann has defined this scores “impossible to execute”. The theme is Niccolò Paganini’s Caprice n. 24 in A minor for violin solo; the variations are considered a landmark for their emotional depht and techical challenge.
This work is divided into two sections:
– Book I, Op. 25/1
– Book II, Op. 35/2 (that we propose in this concert)

Joseph Haydn is considered the father of sonata form.
While in the Classicism, music was dominated by the key, Haydn was focused on the conceive of new expressive solutions, creating the most important musical structures of the XIX Century.
Here we proposed Sonata in E minor n. 53 Hob. XVI:34

Piano Sonata n. 7 in B flat major Op. 83, was the second of three so-called War-Sonatas, written by Sergei Prokofiev between 1939 and 1942.

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Annamaria Morini and Enzo Porta in concert!!!

November 12. 2011 at Museo della Musica in Bologna, Italy:
preview of the film: Sul nome B.A.C.H. Contrappunti con l’arte della fuga, by Francesco Leprino. A journey in Germany from Eisenach to Lubech, looking for Bach (Al Gran Sole, Italia – Germania, 2008/2011 – Rinning time: 115′).
With Luigi Verdi (composer and musicologist) and Carlo Vitali (musicologist).
Annamaria Morini (flute) and Enzo Porta (violin) will perform: Alessandro Solbiati – Contrapunctus for flute and violin.
www.museomusicabologna.it
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November 27. 2011 at Palazzo Mazziotti in Caiazzo (Caserta), for the Autunno Musicale di Caserta:
Annamaria Morini (flute) and Enzo Porta (violin) in concert.
Program:
Aldo Clementi - Luciano Berio for flute and violin
Franco Donatoni - da Argot (1979) two pieces for violin – n. 2
Oscar Bianchi - Gr… for flute (2010/11). World premiere of the version in C for flute by A. Morini
Bruno Maderna - Dialodia for flute and violin
Niccolò Castiglioni – Romanzetta for flute/flute in G
Luciano Berio – Sequenza VIII for violin
Giacomo Manzoni – Frase 2 for flute and violin

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