Starting from 10th February, the Santa Cecilia Conservatory of Rome will be the scene of accordion concerts. Maestro Massimiliano Pitocco and his students will be the leading actors in weekly appointments of high artistic profile, which will be held in “Medaglioni” the hall of the Conservatory, with free admission. It is a great initiative of Maestro Pitocco accordion class, where many musicians of international level come from, and some of them teach today in other Conservatories in Italy.
The first meeting will be on Wednesday, February 10th at 17:30 with Samuel Telari, neo Abbado Prize winner, who will perform an entirely Romantic program:
Cesar Franck – Choral n°2 b min
Camille Saint-Saens/Franz Liszt – Dance macabre
Moritz Moszkowsky – Spanish Caprice
Sergei Rachmaninoff – Barcarola
Nicolò Paganini/Franz Liszt – La Campanella
Leos Janacek – Our evenings
Pyotr Ilyc Tschaikowsky – 3° Mov. Concerto per violino e orchestra op.35
The second meeting will be on Wednesday, February 24th at 17:30 with Massimiliano Pitocco, who will perform a program dedicated to J.S. Bach:
J.S. Bach – Canzona in Re minore Bwv 588
J.S. Bach – Fantasia e Fuga in Sol min Bwv 542
J.S. Bach – Adagio in La min Bwv 564
J.S. Bach – Passacaglia in Do min Bwv 582
The program of other meeting will be updated.
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