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Silvia Chiesa opens Opéra de Rouen’s concert season

On the occasion of the centenary of the birth of the Italian composer and academic Nino Rota, Silvia Chiesa opens the Opéra de Rouen‘s concert season with the Concerto per violoncello e orchestra n. 2

On friday, September 9th 2011 at Opéra de Rouen, France.

This piece is part of the new Silvia Chiesa’s CD, entirely dedicated to this extraordinary composer.

Silvia Chiesa studied cello with Rocco Filippini and gained her degree at Conservatorio of Milano at the age of 19, after which she partecipated in master classes with Antonio Janigro and Mario Brunello. She won several national and international Chamber Music Competitions and received special prizes for the best contemporary music performance. Chiesa performs with some Italian Orchestras and she made her London debut at the Barbican Hall in 1998, performing Beethoven’s Triple Concert with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Music Director Daniele Gatti, and subsequently touring with them in Switzerland and Italy…
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Together with this concert, the program also includes the Kodàly’s Dances of Galánta and Ciaikovsky‘s Symphony n. 5, performed by the Orchestre de l’Opera de Rouen , conducted by Luciano Acocella.

Info @ www.operaderouen.fr

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