Posts Tagged ‘news’

New recordings for Limenmusic

Yesterday (October 13th, 2010) the great italian accordionist Corrado Rojac has recorded in Limenmusic’s studio the tracks of his new DVD, which will become part of the Black Line series by Limenmusic.

In detail, he performed for us:

Franco Donatoni – Feria IV for concert’s accordion

Alessandro Solbiati – triptych for concert’s accordion

Sofia Gubajdulina – De Profundis

Anatoli Kusjakov – Sonata n°1

For the photos of the backstage, please click here.


Follow Limenmusic

We are pleased to announce that from October 1st Limenmusic is also present on the most important Social Media, with the aim to make communication more and more viral.
Follow Limenmusic on:











Today on Limenmusic Web Tv

Today Limenmusic Web Tv @ offers a series of important updates.

Now you can see two new concerts: Aki Kuroda plays Bach/Brahms and Skrjabin; Stelia Doz and Guido Salvetti perform Schumann’s Liederkreis Op.39.

In today’s program, you can also enjoy three other outstanding performances.
The famous Japanese pianist Takahiro Yoshikawa plays for us Stravinskij’s Trois mouvements de Pétrouchka and Ravel’s Pavane pour une infante dèfunte.
Corrado Rojac with his accordion plays Kusjakov’s Sonata n°1 and Verlingieri’s Shift.
Quartetto Prometeo plays Quartet in G Minor Op.10 by C. Debussy.

Take a look at the Schedule.


Here we are…

This is our first «official» post. Today the blog goes public.

Limen main asset is the web tv (, based on «live» audio/video recordings made in our studio. Our headquarters are in Milan (Italy).

The web tv is focused on classical and jazz music, and the performing musicians are among the finest in the world – we’ll introduce them along the way.

The goal of this blog is to document the musical life around the web tv, opening a conversation which the staff, the musicians and (hopefully) all the people interested in music all around the world will take part to.

We’ll talk about our programs, the changing world of musical performance, the activities of the musicians, but there will be space for in-depth information and analysis of the performed works; for  texts, audio and video documents about every aspect of this world, as well as for the relationships between music and the arts, music and philosophy, music and literature… And probably something else, we don’t even imagine yet.

Comments, remarks and suggestions are welcome.



Something to talk about…Danilo Rossi

Limenmusic has been working for several months with the Master Danilo Rossi, viola soloist of La Scala in Milan, and the pianist Stefano Bezziccheri, to create one of the most important audio and video productions for viola and piano.
The aim is to create 6 boxes, containing CD+DVD:

The Sonatas of Johannes Brahms:

op. 120 n. 1 and 2

The romantic viola:

F. Schubert, Sonata “Arpeggione”

R. Schumann, Marchenbilder op. 113

R. Glinka, Sonata

Twentieth Century’s Viola:

B. Britten, “Lacrymae”

D. Schostakovich, Sonata op. 147

P. Hindemith, Sonata “Fantasia” op. 11 n. 4


M. Ravel, Pavane pour un enfant défunt

F. Kreisler, Liebeslied

P.I. Caikovskji, Adagio

Pink Floyd, The great Gig in the Sky

A. Piazzolla: Gran Tango

A. Piazzolla: Oblivion

Our music:

C. Boccadoro: Sonata

S. Nanni: Sonata

C. Picco: Sonata

Bach’s viola:

The 3 Sonatas for viola da gamba

This is an ambitious project that will create an invaluable collection, an opportunity for all the lovers of good music.
The next appointment with the Master will be Monday, September 20 for a meeting with Virginio Sala at Limen offices.
We’ll keep you updated!