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Agenda 2013

  •    22 November 2013
  •    19:00
  •    Palazzo Manzioli

ISOLA D'ISTRIA (Slovenia)

ITALIAN MUSIC LANDSCAPES (“Paesaggi musicali italiani”), music by Giuliano Di Giuseppe. A multimedia show with music, poetry, videos, inspired by both ancient and modern Italian folk music and popular traditions.

Leonardo De Lisi, voice - Roberto Gander, clarinet - Luca Trabucchi, guitar - Pierluigi Ruggiero, cello

  •    21 November 2013
  •    18:00
  •    Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Ljubljana

LJUBLJANA (Slovenia)

ITALIAN MUSIC LANDSCAPES (“Paesaggi musicali italiani”), music by Giuliano Di Giuseppe. A multimedia show with music, poetry, videos, inspired by both ancient and modern Italian folk music and popular traditions.

Leonardo De Lisi, voice - Roberto Gander, clarinet - Luca Trabucchi, guitar - Pierluigi Ruggiero, cello

  •    18 November 2013
  •    21:00
  •    FIRENZE LIRICA, at St.Mark's Church - via Maggio 18 - Oltrarno

FIRENZE (Italia)

ITALIAN MUSIC LANDSCAPES (“Paesaggi musicali italiani”), music by Giuliano Di Giuseppe. A multimedia show with music, poetry, videos, inspired by both ancient and modern Italian folk music and popular traditions.

Leonardo De Lisi, voice - Roberto Gander, clarinet - Luca Trabucchi, guitar - Pierluigi Ruggiero, cello

  •    27 October 2013
  •    20:00
  •    Theatro DO SESC di Teresopolis

TERESOPOLIS (Rio de Janeiro, Brasile)

“Happy Birthday, Maestro Verdi!”

Bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth (1813 – 2013)

A multimedia show with music, images, theater in a light and energetic formula, including both the most famous arias and tunes form Verdi’s celebrated operas (Rigoletto, I Masnadieri, Luisa Miller, Falstaff, La Traviata, Ernani, Il Trovatore, Un Ballo in Maschera, Macbeth) and some “hommages” by his contemporaries, such as Franz Liszt, Gaetano Braga and Alfredo Piatti: a new way to tell the audience about Giuseppe Verdi’s life and art.

soprano: Patriza Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

 

 

  •    25 October 2013
  •    20:00
  •    Theatro DOM PEDRO II di Petropolis

PETROPOLIS (Rio de Janeiro, Brasile)

“Happy Birthday, Maestro Verdi!”

Bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth (1813 – 2013)

A multimedia show with music, images, theater in a light and energetic formula, including both the most famous arias and tunes form Verdi’s celebrated operas (Rigoletto, I Masnadieri, Luisa Miller, Falstaff, La Traviata, Ernani, Il Trovatore, Un Ballo in Maschera, Macbeth) and some “hommages” by his contemporaries, such as Franz Liszt, Gaetano Braga and Alfredo Piatti: a new way to tell the audience about Giuseppe Verdi’s life and art.

soprano: Patriza Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

 

 

  •    24 October 2013
  •    19:30
  •    Auditorium del COUNTRY CLUB GRACIOSA

CURITIBA (Paranà, Brazil)

“Happy Birthday, Maestro Verdi!”

Bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth (1813 – 2013)

A multimedia show with music, images, theater in a light and energetic formula, including both the most famous arias and tunes form Verdi’s celebrated operas (Rigoletto, I Masnadieri, Luisa Miller, Falstaff, La Traviata, Ernani, Il Trovatore, Un Ballo in Maschera, Macbeth) and some “hommages” by his contemporaries, such as Franz Liszt, Gaetano Braga and Alfredo Piatti: a new way to tell the audience about Giuseppe Verdi’s life and art.

soprano: Patriza Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

 

 

  •    19 October 2013
  •    20:00
  •    USINA DEL ARTE (Barrio de la Boca)

BUENOS AIRES (Argentina)

“Happy Birthday, Maestro Verdi!”

Bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth (1813 – 2013)

A multimedia show with music, images, theater in a light and energetic formula, including both the most famous arias and tunes form Verdi’s celebrated operas (Rigoletto, I Masnadieri, Luisa Miller, Falstaff, La Traviata, Ernani, Il Trovatore, Un Ballo in Maschera, Macbeth) and some “hommages” by his contemporaries, such as Franz Liszt, Gaetano Braga and Alfredo Piatti: a new way to tell the audience about Giuseppe Verdi’s life and art.

soprano: Patriza Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

 

 

  •    17 October 2013
  •    21:00
  •    TEATRO ASTOR PIAZZOLLA

LA PLATA (Argentina)

“Happy Birthday, Maestro Verdi!”

Bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth (1813 – 2013)

A multimedia show with music, images, theater in a light and energetic formula, including both the most famous arias and tunes form Verdi’s celebrated operas (Rigoletto, I Masnadieri, Luisa Miller, Falstaff, La Traviata, Ernani, Il Trovatore, Un Ballo in Maschera, Macbeth) and some “hommages” by his contemporaries, such as Franz Liszt, Gaetano Braga and Alfredo Piatti: a new way to tell the audience about Giuseppe Verdi’s life and art.

soprano: Patriza Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

 

 

  •    13 October 2013
  •    19:30
  •    Theatro DOM PEDRO II

RIBERÃO PRETO (San Paolo, Brazil)

“Happy Birthday, Maestro Verdi!”

Bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth (1813 – 2013)

A multimedia show with music, images, theater in a light and energetic formula, including both the most famous arias and tunes form Verdi’s celebrated operas (Rigoletto, I Masnadieri, Luisa Miller, Falstaff, La Traviata, Ernani, Il Trovatore, Un Ballo in Maschera, Macbeth) and some “hommages” by his contemporaries, such as Franz Liszt, Gaetano Braga and Alfredo Piatti: a new way to tell the audience about Giuseppe Verdi’s life and art.

soprano: Patriza Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

 

 

  •    23 September 2013
  •    7 pm
  •    Italian Culture Institute, Main Concert Hall

BUDAPEST (Hungary)

GABRIELE D’ANNUNZIO: Music and Poetry

- I Bricconcello present a very charming and particular programme with some of the most important 20th century art songs on poems by Gabriele D’Annunzio, celebrating the celebrated poet’s 150th birth anniversay  (1863-2013). The music program includes some famous art songs such as Quattro canzoni d’Amaranta and A’ Vucchella by Francesco Paolo Tosti or I Pastori by Ildebrando Pizzetti, but also a premiere: the never before performed manuscript of Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco‘s La sera fiesolana for voice, cello and piano, confronting the better known version odf the same text by Alfredo Casella, both composed in 1923. Among other artist, Ottorino Respighi, with a beautiful poem from Poema Paradisiaco, and Gian Francesco Malipiero with his beautiful I Sonetti delle Fate. Some instrumental music for cello and piano by Alfredo Piatti and Giuseppe Martucci will present the melodic inspiration springing from the poetical universe of the great Italian poet.
An introduction by Giordano Bruno Guerri, director of the Vittoriale,will guide the audience to discover Gabriele D’Annunzio’s art and life.

soprano: Patrizia Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

  •    22 September 2013
  •    7 pm
  •    Cella Septihora Látogató Központ

PECS (Hungary)

GABRIELE D’ANNUNZIO: Music and Poetry

- I Bricconcello present a very charming and particular programme with some of the most important 20th century art songs on poems by Gabriele D’Annunzio, celebrating the celebrated poet’s 150th birth anniversay  (1863-2013). The music program includes some famous art songs such as Quattro canzoni d’Amaranta and A’ Vucchella by Francesco Paolo Tosti or I Pastori by Ildebrando Pizzetti, but also a premiere: the never before performed manuscript of Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco‘s La sera fiesolana for voice, cello and piano, confronting the better known version odf the same text by Alfredo Casella, both composed in 1923. Among other artist, Ottorino Respighi, with a beautiful poem from Poema Paradisiaco, and Gian Francesco Malipiero with his beautiful I Sonetti delle Fate. Some instrumental music for cello and piano by Alfredo Piatti and Giuseppe Martucci will present the melodic inspiration springing from the poetical universe of the great Italian poet.
An introduction by Giordano Bruno Guerri, director of the Vittoriale,will guide the audience to discover Gabriele D’Annunzio’s art and life.

soprano: Patrizia Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

  •    21 September 2013
  •    6:30 pm
  •    Kulturhaus - main Hall

DUNAHARASZTi (Hungary)

“Happy Birthday, Maestro Verdi!”

Bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth (1813 – 2013)

A multimedia show with music, images, theater in a light and energetic formula, including both the most famous arias and tunes form Verdi’s celebrated operas (Rigoletto, I Masnadieri, Luisa Miller, Falstaff, La Traviata, Ernani, Il Trovatore, Un Ballo in Maschera, Macbeth) and some “hommages” by his contemporaries, such as Franz Liszt, Gaetano Braga and Alfredo Piatti: a new way to tell the audience about Giuseppe Verdi’s life and art.

soprano: Patriza Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

 

 

  •    11 August 2013
  •    21:00
  •    Stagione Musicale della Comunità Montana Valtellina, Ass. Musica Viva

SONDRIO (Italia)

ITALIAN MUSIC LANDSCAPES (“Paesaggi musicali italiani”), music by Giuliano Di Giuseppe. A multimedia show with music, poetry, videos, inspired by both ancient and modern Italian folk music and popular traditions.

Leonardo De Lisi, voice - Roberto Gander, clarinet - Luca Trabucchi, guitar - Pierluigi Ruggiero, cello

  •    09 August 2013
  •    21:00
  •    Festival Chitarristico della Valle Ossola, Teatro Massari

Pieve Vergonte - VERBANIA (Italia)

ITALIAN MUSIC LANDSCAPES (“Paesaggi musicali italiani”), music by Giuliano Di Giuseppe. A multimedia show with music, poetry, videos, inspired by both ancient and modern Italian folk music and popular traditions.

Leonardo De Lisi, voice - Roberto Gander, clarinet - Luca Trabucchi, guitar - Pierluigi Ruggiero, cello

  •    12 July 2013
  •    21:00
  •    Festival internazionale della Chitarra "Città di Mottola"

Mottola - TARANTO (Italia)

ITALIAN MUSIC LANDSCAPES (“Paesaggi musicali italiani”), music by Giuliano Di Giuseppe. A multimedia show with music, poetry, videos, inspired by both ancient and modern Italian folk music and popular traditions.

Leonardo De Lisi, voice - Roberto Gander, clarinet - Luca Trabucchi, guitar - Pierluigi Ruggiero, cello

  •    28 June 2013
  •    21:00
  •    "Musaicum" music series, Ass. Culturale Artexe

Casalino - NOVARA (Italia)

ITALIAN MUSIC LANDSCAPES (“Paesaggi musicali italiani”), music by Giuliano Di Giuseppe. A multimedia show with music, poetry, videos, inspired by both ancient and modern Italian folk music and popular traditions.

Leonardo De Lisi, voice – Roberto Gander, clarinet – Luca Trabucchi, guitar – Pierluigi Ruggiero, cello

  •    17 June 2013
  •    20:00
  •    Istituto Italiano di Cultura

WARSAW (Poland)

“Happy Birthday, Maestro Verdi!”

Bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth (1813 – 2013)

A multimedia show with music, images, theater in a light and energetic formula, including both the most famous arias and tunes form Verdi’s celebrated operas (Rigoletto, I Masnadieri, Luisa Miller, Falstaff, La Traviata, Ernani, Il Trovatore, Un Ballo in Maschera, Macbeth) and some “hommages” by his contemporaries, such as Franz Liszt, Gaetano Braga and Alfredo Piatti: a new way to tell the audience about Giuseppe Verdi’s life and art.

soprano: Patriza Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

  •    15 June 2013
  •    20:30
  •    City Theater

ŁÓDŹ (Poland)

“Happy Birthday, Maestro Verdi!”

Bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth (1813 – 2013)

A multimedia show with music, images, theater in a light and energetic formula, including both the most famous arias and tunes form Verdi’s celebrated operas (Rigoletto, I Masnadieri, Luisa Miller, Falstaff, La Traviata, Ernani, Il Trovatore, Un Ballo in Maschera, Macbeth) and some “hommages” by his contemporaries, such as Franz Liszt, Gaetano Braga and Alfredo Piatti: a new way to tell the audience about Giuseppe Verdi’s life and art.

soprano: Patriza Cigna

tenor: Leonardo De Lisi

cello: Pierluigi Ruggiero

piano: Lucrezia Proietti

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