Spring air and new musical encounters with the public finally in the hall for Santa Cecilia which, after the great success of the opening concert on April 26 with Antonio Pappano on the podium of the Orchestra for an evening dedicated to Red Cross volunteers, offers a program of six events, from 13 May to 12 June, in the Sala Santa Cecilia of the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome.
It begins on Thursday 13 May at 7:30 pm (Friday 14 at the same time and Saturday 15 at 18) with the pianist Beatrice Rana, much loved by the public of the National Academy, with a youthful page by Brahms, the Piano Concerto no. 1. For the occasion, the English conductor Alpesh Chauhan, musical director of the Birmingham Opera Company, who will also conduct a masterpiece of twentieth-century symphony, Symphony n. 6 of Shostakovich.
It continues with two concerts by the Choir of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia directed by Piero Monti, Saturday 22 May. The first, at 5 pm, “An Italian in Paris – Rossini & C.” dedicated to music by Rossini, Meyerbeer and Gounod. The second, at 7.30 pm from the title “Vienna VS Budapest – J. Brahms, Valzer e Czarde” features music by Brahms.
On May 26 at 7.30 pm (repeats 27 and 28 to the same) Carlo Rizzari will conduct the Orchestra and Chorus of Santa Cecilia in Schumann’s Nachtlied op.108 and in the Symphony n. 1 by Mendelssohn. The evening opens with the first clarinet of the Cecilian Orchestra Alessandro Carbonare with the Clarinet Concerto n. 2 by Carl Maria von Weber.
Single concert on June 5th at 6pm, for the return of a young conductor who has become a darling of the Roman public, Jakub Hrůša who will lead the Orchestra in Symphony no. 8 by Dvořák and in the Brahms Violin Concerto. To interpret it, the Armenian violinist Sergej Khachatryan.
The last appointment in June, Thursday 10 at 19.30 (repeats on 11 at 19.30 and 12 at 18) is with the Japanese conductor Kazuki Yamada, Principal and Artistic Director of the Orchester Philharmonique of Monte-Carlo and Principal Guest Conductor of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, with the Symphony No. 2 by Rachmaninoff and the Cello Concerto n. 1 by Haydn, with the first cello of the Santa Cecilia Orchestra Luigi Piovano. Tickets for symphonic concerts from 19 to 52 euros, for choir concerts from 18 to 38 euros.
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