Performed by the young talents of the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole and I Solisti di Perugia
TUESDAY 28 JUNE
Giorgiana Strazzullo violin
Sergio Martinoli violin
Carmine Caniani viola
Angelo D′Andrea cello
F. J. Haydn - Quartet op. 20
M. Ravel - Quartet in F major
THURSDAY 30 JUNE
Francesca Sgobba violin
Patrizia Castiglia violin
Elisa Floridia viola
Giacomo Gaudenzi cello
L. Boccherini - Quartet op. 8 n. 1
G. Verdi - Quartet in E minor
FRIDAY 1 JULY
MARIACARLA SERAPONTE soprano
MARIAGRAZIA DONATO piano
J. Brahms - 7 Fantasies for piano Op.116 R. Schumann - Novelletta n. 1
R. Schumann - Frauen liebe und leben for soprano and piano
SATURDAY 2 JULY
Enrico Filippo Maligno violin
Giacomo Catana violin
Luigi Capini viola
Irene Zatta cello
G. Puccini - Chrysanthemums
A. Schnittke - Quartet n. 3
L. van Beethoven - Quartet op. 74 "The Harps"
SUNDAY 3 JULY
MIRIAM PRANDI cello
J.S. Bach - Suite n. 6 for cello solo
LOUKIA LOULAKI cello
Z. Kodaly - Sonata for cello solo
TUESDAY 5 JULY
Damiano Babbini violin
Laurence Cocchiara violin
Costanza Pepino viola
Catherine Bruni cello
N. Rota - Quartet (15′)
C. Debussy - Quartet in G minor
A. Portera - Keygen (5′)
A. Piazzolla - Four for Tango
WEDNESDAY 6 JULY
ANGELO ARCIGLIONE piano
R. Schumann - Kreisleriana Op. 16
C. Debussy - 3 Preludes from Book II:
F. Liszt - From the years of Pilgrimage:
Petrarch′s Sonnet 104
THURSDAY 7 JULY
The Noontime Concert on July 7 will be performed by the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole and dedicated to Gian Carlo Menotti. The cost of the ticket (single seat: € 30 Euros) will be donated to the Solidarity Center "Don Guerrino Rota" - ONLUS in Terraia, Spoleto founded by Don Guerrino Rota in 1975 as a response to the youth alienation problem, and in particular the phenomenon of drug addiction. Having specialists and professionals at their disposal, the residential programs, together with the therapeutic and rehabilitation communities of the Center which have been operating for thirty-five years, have enabled thousands of young people and their families to be redeemed from a situation of distress and suffering. Currently the Center, which houses about 160 young people, is distributed across six operative centers and assisted by 45 workers.
GIORGIA BERTAGNI mezzosoprano
QSF-SAXOPHONE QUARTET FROM FLORENCE
Lucia Danesi soprano saxophone
Alda Dalle Lucche scontralto saxophone
Chiara Pantera tenor saxophone
Michela Ciampelli baritone saxophone
One life to live from "Lady in the dark"
Le Grand Lustucru from "Marie Galante"
Zuhalterballade from "Die Dreigroschenoper"
Je ne t´aime pas (Song)
Nanna´s Lied (Song)
S. Barber - Adagio op.11
S. Barber - Must the winter come so soon from "Vanessa", text by Gian Carlo Menotti
G. C. Menotti
Lullaby (I shall find for you) from "The Consul"
Baba′s Aria from "The Medium"
A selection from "Songs of Distance"
A selection from "Five Songs"
(All music is arranged by Alda Dalle Lucche)
FRIDAY 8 JULY
VINCENZO OLIVA piano
Two songs without words
Capricious Rondo op. 14.
Soirées de Vienne: Valse-Caprice n. 6
Venezia e Napoli (Gondoliera, Song, Tarantella)
Estampes (Pagodes, La soirée dans Grenade, Jardins sous la Pluie)
Andante spianato and Grande Polacca brillante op. 22
SATURDAY 9 JULY
WAHROL PIANO QUARTET
Filippo Fattorini violin
Alessio Toro viola
Giulio Ferretti cello
Andrea Feroci piano
W.A. Mozart - Quartet in G minor k 478
G. Mahler - Quartettsatz
J. Brahms - Quartet op. 60
SUNDAY 10 JULY
WILLIAM CHIQUITO violin
GIOIA GIUSTI piano
J. Brahms - Six pieces Op. 118
E. Ysa˙e - Sonata for violin solo, op. 27 n. 2
L. van Beethoven - Sonata op. 24 in F major "Spring"
WEDNESDAY 29 JUNE
"Aus Holbergs Zeit" (Suite from Holberg′s time)
(Praeludium - Sarabande - Gavotte/Musette - Air - Rigaudon)
Serenade for strings in E major, Op. 22
(Tempo di Valse - Scherzo: Vivace - Larghetto - Finale: Allegro vivace)
Aerobic Seasons, for strings and harpsichord
(Summer - Autumn - Winter - Spring)
unreserved seat - from Monday to Thursday €20
from Friday to Sunday €30
Concert July 7 €30
The proceeds of the Noontime concert on July 7 will be donated to the CEIS - Center of Solidarity Don Guerrino Rota - Spoleto
SCUOLA DI MUSICA DI FIESOLE
The Music School of Fiesole was founded in 1974 as a free association by Piero Farulli and a group of musicians and music lovers.It has always emphasized playing music all together: the student starts at the age of six to join the ensemble Crescendo and continues with the Orchestra of the Children, the Orchestra Vincenzo Galilei and finally the Italian Youth Orchestra, which was honored to have conductors such as Abbado, Ferro Muti, Sinopoli, Giulini, Tate. In addition to the base courses, the School offers annual master courses with teachers such as M. Tipo, N. Gutman, P. Vernikov, B. Canino, F. Helmerson, G. Corti, M. Postinghel, C. Desderi, the Trio di Parma. In 2002 it created the European Academy of the Quartet, a network with some of the most important European training centers from Vienna to Zurich, from Paris to Helsinki. Besides the four famous founders, Piero Farulli, Hatto Beyerle, Norbert Brainin, and Milan Skampa, its teachers were composers such as G. Kurtág, V. Berlinsky, S. Sciarrino, A. Corghi, C. Coin, M. Stroppa, F. Vacchi. In 1981 it was awarded the first edition of the Abbiati Music Critics Prize as best music initiative. In 2004 the Italian Youth Orchestra, which since 1984 has trained thousands of professionals, was awarded the Abbiati Prize as best music initiative. In 2005 it received The National President of the Republic Award from Carlo Azeglio Ciampi as recommended by the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, and in 2008 the Praemium Imperiale Grant for Young Artists. Andrea Lucchesini is currently the Artistic Director of the Fiesole School of Music.
I SOLISTI DI PERUGIA
Founded at the dawn of the new millennium, "i Solisti di Perugia" are now on the international scene, a consolidated reality of an excellent string ensemble, an ideal bridge between the tradition of the most famous Italian chamber ensembles and a new, unique approach to interpretation where research and the exegetical treatment of the details is expressed with a sound full of charm, vivacity and expression, universally recognized as a distinctive feature of the group.Already present on the bill of the most important Italian concert societies,when on tour where they perform regularly (abroad in Japan, Spain, USA, France, Germany, Greece ...) "I Solisti" have a repertoire ranging from Baroque, through the Classical and rare yet significant romantic compositions, to the most diverse musical expressions of the Italian twentieth-century and not only, while respecting the specific language of each period.