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Teresa Favi

December 15, 2015

Music at the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo

Thursday, December 17 opens the new music festival in Florence

The Hall of Paradise, the heart of the Museum of the Opera di Firenze, opened in October, will host the 4 extraordinary concerts with international artists under the artistic direction of musicologist Francesco Ermini Polacci.

Thursday, December 17: the pianist Michele Campanella, and saxophonist Javier Girotto, surprising meeting of two worlds, that of classical and jazz, in the name of Debussy and Raveli.

Thursday, January 21: the mezzo-soprano Marianna Pizzolato was accompanied by American pianist Mark Markham. The arias and melodies chamber most touching and notes, between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, from "Let me weep" from Handel's Rinaldo, "J'ai perdu mon Eurydice" From the Orphée et Eurydice by Gluck, the Cantata Joan 'Arch of Rossini.

Thursday, February 25: the cellist Francesco Dillon and pianist Emanuele Torquati, duo acclaimed in Europe and the United States plan to musical pages that tell of tales and legends from the Kinderscenen Schumann: Kultaselle ('To the loved one') blocked on ten changes that the young Busoni imbastì on a popular motif Finnish, until the Sonata op.36 Grieg.

Thursday, March 17: title last appointment is Georg Friedrich Handel, the Italian. A meaningful portrait of the famous author of the Messiah through a few pages of vocal and instrumental composed during his training trip in Italy. At present it is the group Il Rossignolo, which specializes in studying and performing on period instruments, hailed by international critics as "one of Italian excellence in the field of early music."

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