FESTIVAL PAGANINIANO di CARRO 20° edition
July- August 2021

Artists 2021

Updated as of May 27, 2021

THE CONCERTS

Saturday 17th July, 8.45 pm – Carro (SP) Piazza della Chiesa

In collaboration with the Cervo International Chamber Music Festival
String Quintet of the Berliner Philharmoniker
Luiz Felipe Coelho – violin
Romano Tommasini – violin Wolfgang Talirz –
Viola Tatjana Vassiljeva – cello
Gunars Upatnieks – double bass
Music by A.Dvorak, C. M. v. Weber, Giovanni Bottesini, G. Verdi / K. Doppler
The Berliner Philharmoniker String Quintet is an ensemble made up of an atypical instrumental ensemble: instead of enlarging the string quartet with an additional viola or cello, the formation is completed by a double bass. This choice allows the ensemble to sound like a real-part string orchestra, as all five string sections are included. The quintet then crosses the boundaries of chamber music in the direction of a symphonic sounding ensemble. The group’s repertoire obviously includes original compositions for this ensemble, but also numerous arrangements. The Philarmonic String Quintet Berlin was born from the long collaboration between Wolfgang Talirz and Romano Tommasini with the Russian cellist Tatjanaq Vassiljeva. The ensemble includes 4 musicians from the Berliner Philarmoniker Orchestra, as well as cellist Tatjana Vassiljeva, now principal cello of the Amsterdam Concertgebow symphony orchestra. Antonin Dvorak String quintet in G major op. 77
Antonin Dvorak 2 Walzer for strings op. 54 / I and 54 / II
C. M. v. Weber Andante and Rondo Ongarese for viola and strings
Giovanni Bottesini Fantasia over themes from Bellini’s “Sonnambula”, for double bass and strings
A. Dvorak Rondo in g minor for Cello and strings op. 94
P. de Sarasate “Navarra”, Duo concertant op. 33 for 2 violins and strings

From18 to 21 July – La Spezia, Conservatorio Puccini

Summer Music Campus of the Giacomo Puccini Conservatory – La Spezia dedicated to Ensemble Music – aimed at young students of the Puccini Conservatory. Teacher: Gabriele Pieranunzi (1st violin of the San Carlo Theater Orchestra in Naples)

Tuesday 20 July at 9.00 pm – Manarola, Piazza Castello

Paganini for violin and bassoon
Gabriele Pieranunzi – violin (1st violin of the San Carlo Theater Orchestra in Naples)
Paolo Carlini – bassoon
Niccolò Paganini: Duo Concertante in F major – C. Boccadoro: Night song for bassoon solo (2016) – N. Paganini: 3 Capricci op.1 for vl. solo – Niccolò Paganini: Duo Concertante in C minor
Obiso Andrea Obiso, 25 years old from Palermo, is the new first violin of the Orchestra of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia. The young talent, enfant prodige among the few in the world to graduate from the conservatory at the age of 14 with honors and special mention, won the competition for over eighty candidates for the selection of the new first violin last weekend, winning over the other three foreign competitors who arrived. in the final, a French, a Japanese and a Romanian. In these days he is with the Cecilian orchestra in Germany on tour until January 27 and will take up the post after the summer alternating with the current first violin Carlo Maria Parazzoli. The young violinist made his debut as a soloist at thirteen with the “Sicilian Symphonic Orchestra Foundation”. In 2005 he was the youngest student to be admitted to the Accademia Chigiana in Siena. Among the international awards, he won the “66th ARD International Competition 2017”, the 1st Prize and Audience Award at the Prix Ravel 2017, the 2nd Prize at the prestigious “Khachaturian International Violin Competition”, the Special Prize at the sixth Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians in Korea. In 2018 he toured Germany and Finland and made his debut at the prestigious Berlin Philarmonie with the Deutches Symphonie Orchester Berlin. In 2019 he graduated from the prestigious “Curtis Institute Of Music” in Philadelphia. “The final test for Santa Cecilia – he says – was a unique experience, full of positive tension. One of the fundamental tests was with the whole orchestra. Maestro Pappano who chaired the jury wanted to evaluate the style and performances of each candidate. I believe I made a difference in the solos of Bach’s St. Matthew’s Passion and in two of Strauss’s compositions. There was immediately a very special understanding with Pappano in the tests. We understood each other immediately ”. Andrea Obiso approached music at the age of 4 thanks to his parents – father a violin teacher, mother of the piano – and at the age of six he entered the conservatory of the Sicilian capital. He currently lives in Rome, New York and Philadelphia. Four times a year he flies to Tokyo as a guest of his sponsor.

Wednesday 21 July at 9.00 pm- Brugnato, Chiostro del Museo Diocesano

Students and teachers of the Music Campus
Conductor and soloist Gabriele Pieranunzi violin
Music by N. Paganini
Gabriele Pieranunzi – violin
Already a pupil of Salvatore Accardo and Stefan Gheorghiu, he soon gained the attention of the public and critics having obtained a long series of awards in important international competitions (N. Paganini of Genoa 1988 and 1990), T. Varga of Sion, L.Spohr of Friborg, R. Romanini of Brescia, R. Lipizer of Gorizia, GBViotti of Vercelli, Biennale of Vittorio Veneto. His activity has led him to perform in the main musical centers in Italy and abroad: National Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, Accademia Chigiana in Siena, Wigmore Hall in London, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Herculeesaal in Munich. , Coliseum Theater of Buenos Aires, Opera City Hall of Tokyo, Malmoe Symphony Orchestra, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra of Budapest, G. Enescu Philharmonic of Bucharest, Bemus Festival of Belgrade, Moscow Soloists, Regio Theater of Turin, G. Verdi Symphony Orchestra of Milan, Musical Weeks of Stresa, Festival of Two Worlds of Spoleto, San Carlo Theater of Naples, collaborating with musicians such as J. Tate, V. Fedoseyev, G. Noseda, A. Ceccato, M.Bamert, A. Kontarsky, R Kussmaul, N. Goerner, B. Canino, R. Filippini, Y.Bashmet, F. Petracchi, P. Bellugi. At the invitation of the Municipality of Genoa, he has repeatedly played the “Guarneri del Gesu” which belonged to N. Paganini. Among his record publications we remember the concert by Kurt Weill op.12 for violin and winds, with the winds of the San Carlo Theater and the direction of Jeffrey Tate for the Concerto Classics label and the complete Quartets for piano and strings by Mendelssohn for Decca-Universal. Among his most recent successes we remember the invitation to the Al Bustan Festival in Beirut in which he performed the concert n.2 “La campanella” by N. Paganini, enjoying great success with audiences and critics: the release for the Amadeus magazine of the CD dedicated to E. Chausson with the performance of the concerto op.21 for violin, piano and string quartet with the pianist Jin Ju and the string quartet of the London Philharmonia Orchestra which in the 2019-20 concert season carried out a tour in Italy that touched some of the most important società dei concerti: the participation together with Roberto Cominati and the Archi del San Carlo in Naples (a group he founded) at the Stradivari Festival in Cremona (October 2020) with flattering feedback from the public and critics. Recently released, for the Aulicus Classics label, a CD (live recording from 1999) with Mozart’s Quartet n.1 and Schumann’s Quartet for piano and strings with Francesco Fiore, viola, Rocco Filippini, cello and Alfons Kontarsky, piano and for the German label CPO the tre due for violin and bassoon and the string quartet n.3 by N. Paganini. He plays the 1762 Ferdinando Gagliano violin, which already belonged to the great violinist Gioconda de Vito, kindly made available by the Pro Canale Onlus association.

Thursday 22 July at 9.30 pm – Levanto, Sagrato di S.Andrea

String trio Abrigo Dähler Bronzi
Irene Abrigo – violin
Jürg Dähler – viola
Enrico Bronzi – cello
L.V. Beethoven String Trio op.9 n.3 – D. Schnyder String Trio – W.A. Mozart Divertimento KV563 for string trio
With the support of
Pro Helvetia, Swiss Foundation for Culture
POURQUOIPAS, Swiss Cultural Association

Saturday 24 July at 9.00 pm- Riomaggiore, Castello

Chagall trio
Lorenzo Nguyen
violin
Edoardo Grieco
cello
Francesco Massimino
piano
J. Haydn, Trio Hob.XV: 27 in C major
L.V. Beethoven, Trio op.70 n.2 in D major “Specters”

Monday 26 July at 9.00 pm- Follo, Sagrato della Chiesa di San Martino

Musica in Salotto fra Vienna, Milano e Napoli
Trio Lanzini

Elisa Lanzini violin
Giovanni Lanzini clarinet
Michele Lanzini cello
Franz Joseph  HAYDN Trio n. 1 in Mi bemolle Hob. 4 S1
Franz Joseph HAYDN Trio n. 3 in SI bemolle Hob. 4 B1
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Tre Arie (dal Divertimento K.Anh. 229)
Saverio MERCADANTE Trio in Mib magg. per clarinet, violin e cello
Giuseppe VERDI Concert fantasy on “La Traviata”

Wednesday 28 at 21.30 July – Santo Stefano Magra, Piazza della Pace

Trio cello, clarinet and soprano
The shining mirror of the soul
Ivana Zecca, clarinet
Jorge A. Bosso, cello
Patrizia Zanardi, soprano
Music by J.S.Bach, O.Respighi, F.Poulenc, F.Tosti, P.Mascagni, A.Copland, J.A.Bosso and A.Piazzolla

Between arias and dances and songs ideas, messages are handed down. Its purpose, ineffable. The delightful and ever new pleasure of a vain and futile intent to fill a rather useless vocation – as Henri de Régnier could once again say. Instrumental music and singing at the service of an absent dance, as distant as the sound left in the memory once the music leaves room for silence.
Sarabande and Gigue Johann S. Bach
All the waters to the sea go to Jorge A.Bosso
Lagrime Ottorino Respighi
Ottorino Respighi fog
Historiette Sergei Prokofieff
Ottorino Respighi night
Sonata Francis Poulenc
Four Songs of Amaranta Francesco P. Tosti
Slowly and expressive / Cadenza Aaron Copland (from the concerto for clarinet and orchestra)
Alegoría de un Tango Jorge A.Bosso
Oblivion Astor Piazzolla
Serenade Pietro Mascagni
The Duo formed by Ivana Zecca on clarinet and Jorge Bosso on cello has been active since 2001 on the national and international music scene with new productions and first absolute performances, conceived and created by the composer and cellist Jorge A.Bosso. Their repertoire ranges from classical music to borderline sounds, new music and reinterpretations of the past, are proposed from a different perspective, in order to create a fertile ground of horizons that excite. They have been guests of numerous European music festivals, always positively received by the public and critics for their originality and for the particularity of the projects presented. They played, as soloists, with Symphonic Orchestras and Polyphonic Choirs. The DUO was created to offer music with the deep conviction that the world of sounds is pervaded by a fusion of styles, by an amalgam of trends; some happier than others, but without a doubt, the moment the association of experiences creates one with the need for its reception, the miracle happens. The prodigy of beauty of which man involuntarily becomes a witness.

Saturday 31 July, 9 pm– Carro, Piazza della Chiesa

Suyeon Kang, violin
Caspar Frantz, piano
N. Paganini / Schumann Capriccio n. 24 in Robert Schumann’s arrangement for violin and piano, F. Schubert Sonatina in D major n. 1 D.371, N. Paganini / Schumann Capriccio n.15 in the arrangement by Robert Scumann for violin and piano, H. Szymanowski Myths 3 poems for violin and piano, I. Stravinksy Duo Concertante, N. Paganini Moses Phantasy

Suyeon Kang – Australian-born violinist Suyeon Kang won first prize at the New Zealand Michael Hill International Competition in 2015, along with the Audience Award. The artist had previously been awarded in the Buenos Aires Competitions (2012), Yehudi Menuhin, Indianapolis, Leopold Mozart Competition and Bayreuth. At the age of 16, shortly before moving to Germany, the violinist received the prestigious Symphony Australia ABC Young Performer’s Awards. As a soloist, Kang has performed with the Bayerischer Rundfunk Orchester, the Norwegian Radio Orchestra, the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra, Nürnberger Symphoniker, with the orchestra of the Buenos Aires Colon Theater, with the Euro-Asian Philhamornic and many Australian orchestras. Alongside his solo commitments, the interpreter is also passionately dedicated to chamber music. Together with the Italian cellist Paolo Bonomini and the American violist Vicki Powell he created the splendid Boccherini string trio with which he is making himself appreciated in important European festivals and also in Italy. During 2020, the first of two CDs dedicated to Beethoven’s Trios for strings was released for Genuine, the second of which will be presented in early 2021. In 2014 the violinist was selected to participate in the prestigious’ Chamber Music Connects the World ‘from the Kronberg Academy, Germany, collaborating with artists such as Gidon Kremer, Christian Teztlaff, Steven Isserlis, Lukas Hagen, Clemens Hagen, Hannah Weinmeister. He has held the role of konzertmaister in the Ensemble Kontraste, with the Deutsche Mozartsolisten (Bamberg), in the Euro-Asian Philharmonic Orchestra (South Korea), with the Munich Chamber Orchestra, the Kammerakademie Potsdam, the Camerata Bern and the Wanderoper of Berlin . From 2008 to 2012 she was a member of the Spira Mirabilis orchestra. He often performs with the Camerata Bern and currently holds the role of assistant to the famous German violinist and teacher Antje Weithaas at the Hochschule “Hanns Eisler” in Berlin. His first CD, released by the Atoll label, which was received with great success by record critics, includes works by Bloch and Bartok.

Caspar Frantz – Caspar Frantz studied at the University of Rostock, completing his chamber music studies with Prof. Eberhard Feltz at the Hochschule in Berlin. Particularly significant for the expansion of his artistic horizons were the intense collaborations with Renate Kretschmar-Fischer, Ferenc Rados, Christoph Eschenbach, Andras Schiff, Elisabeth Leonskaja and György and Marta Kurtag. From his de
throw at the Rheingau Music Festival, Caspar Frantz has performed in Germany and abroad, guest of festivals such as Ravinia, Gstaad, Schleswig-Holstein, Septembre Musical Montreux, Festival de Pollenca, Beethoven Festival Bonn, IMS Prussia Cove and the Festival of Schwetzingen. The artist has toured South Africa with the German National Youth Orchestra, the Polish Chamber Philharmonic, the Neue Philharmonie Westfalen, the Iasi Moldova Philharmonic, the Mendelssohn Chamber Orchestra of Leipzig and the Kaleidoskop Soloist Ensemble of Berlin. In 2010 Caspar Frantz first performed the piano concerto by Friedrich von Flotow with the MDR Orchestra of Leipzig under Michael Sanderling. He has been a guest of famous concert halls such as the Philharmonie Berlin, Konzerthaus Berlin, Cadogan Hall in London, Bennett Gordon Hall Ravinia, Gasteig in Munich, Kunstpalast Düsseldorf, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Kolarac Hall in Belgrade, Seoul Arts Center, Center Pompidou in Paris .
Caspar Frantz is also a fervent chamber music enthusiast – he has been playing for 20 years with cellist Julian Arp with whom he won the Mendelssohn Competition, the Vittorio Gui Award in Florence, and the German Music Competition). Chloe Hanslip, Rainer Kussmaul, Antje Weithaas, Ingo Goritzki, Sabine Meyer, Bryn Terfel, Anna Prohaska, the Vogler String Quartet, members of the Deutsches Sinfonie Orchester and the Berliner Philharmoniker are his regular partners.
The pianist presented the Beethoven Sonatas cycle in 2006. His discography for Genuin, Haydn’s concerts and the six French Suites by J.S.Bach for ARS Records are very popular. Since 2016 he has been professor of chamber music with piano at the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy University in Leipzig.

​Sunday 1 August at 9.00 pm- Sesta Godano, Sagrato della Chiesa di S.ta Maria Assunta

Duo cello – Piano
Erminia Di Meo
cello
Michelangelo Carbonara piano
L. V. Beethoven  Sonata for cello and piano No. 3 in la magg, Op. 69 – .Shostacovic: Sonata for cello e Piano in D min, Op. 40 – Popper : Tarantella , op 33

Tuesday 3rd August- Varese Ligure, Oratorio dei Ss. Antonio e Rocco

Recital of the pianist Tatiana Larionova
Musics of F.Chopin, F.Liszt

Thursday 5 August at 21.00 – Borghetto Vara, centro storico

A violin for life
Maria Serena Salvemini, violin
Daniela Carabellese, violin
Pietro Laera, piano

D. Shostakovich 5 pieces for 2 violins and piano – C. Saint Saens Introduction and capriccioso rondo – Ante B.K. Western Dances, Tarantella for 2 violins and piano – P.de Sarasate: Zingaresca – P.de Sarasate Navarra, for two violins and piano
Maria Serena Salvemini, Molly, is a special child. Before she was even born, she was diagnosed with a serious malformation for which they recommend therapeutic abortion: she had only a 30% chance of surviving! But her mother, Daniela Carabellese, is not there and continues her concert activity carrying her in her womb. Operated at birth, Molly opens her eyes for the first time to the notes of Bach, whom she knew well! At ten months her first steps and the first violin, an instrument from which she has never separated: a violin for life!
Maria Serena Salvemini, violin
Maria Serena Salvemini, 15 years old, was born into a family of musicians, she was initiated early on to study the violin by her mother Daniela Carabellese.

Eclectic personality, among his passions in addition to the violin there are the piano, gymnastics and photography and mountain biking. Winner of numerous first absolute prizes in international competitions as a solo violinist (Euterpe, Sarro, Eurorchestra, Ponselle, Wanda Landowska, Vitti, Savino, Mediterraneo, etc.), she concluded her pre-academic career at the N. Piccinni conservatory in Bari, under the guidance of Maestro Corrado Roselli, with full marks and honors. She was admitted, in a totally exceptional way, to take the admission exam to the first level academic three-year period at the Piccinni Conservatory, ranking first in the ranking with a score of 100/100. This circumstance could be achieved on the basis of a law that allows early access to these courses exclusively for precocious, albeit very young, talents. He attended masterclasses and advanced specialization courses with the Masters Francesco Manara (first violin of the Alla Scala theater) Giovanni Angeleri (Paganini prize), Felix Ayo, Roberto Noferini, Alessandro Milani (first violin of the Rai Symphony Orchestra) Stefano Pagliani, Gabriele Ceci (first violin of the Petruzzelli theater). She was selected as excellence of the Bari Conservatory for the academic years 2017/18 and 2018/19 and invited to hold solo recitals at the auditorium of the same Conservatory, as part of various projects (Santa Cecilia, Ombra illuminata, Open day, Tribute to Giovanni Capaldi). She was the winner of the Rotary Club scholarship awarded to the young excellences of the Piccinni Conservatory, as the best string instrumentalist and in 2020, the Sveva Classica award, with scholarship. In November 2019, at the invitation of Maestro Beppe Vessicchio following a national selection, he took part in the program “Prodigi”, broadcast in prime time on RAI 1, playing solo with orchestra.

He performs regularly for prestigious musical institutions, as a soloist, in various chamber ensembles and as a soloist with orchestra. He held solo concerts as part of the “SIAE s’illumina” call at the brand new Giovanni Paolo II auditorium in Bari, for the regional museum complex at the Norman-Swabian Castle of Gioia del Colle, the prestigious Notti Sacre review at the auditorium Vallisa. She has also recently performed, as first violin shoulder, with the “Keep in Touch” Orchestra, composed of 150 elements, at the Petruzzelli theater in Bari, for the “Anima Mea” 2018 festival as well as at the San Carlo Theater. of Naples. In 2019 he made his debut as a soloist with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra of Bari performing “Introduction and Rondò Capriccioso” by S. Saens. Also in 2019 she was the protagonist, as a solo violinist with the Symphony Orchestra conducted by the Swedish Ola Rudner, of the inauguration of the Piccinni Theater in Bari, reopened to the public after 10 years of restoration. He performed, again as a soloist with symphonic orchestra, the second Wieniawski concert at the Petruzzelli Theater in Bari; the event, broadcast in streaming, totaled about 14,000 views from all over the world.
In January 2020, his first solo CD was released for the Dodicilune record company with music by Bach, Tartini, Saint-Saëns, Igudesman.
… he plays the violin as a natural extension of his body, with a vision of music that points straight to the heart of the listening …
… showed a great control of the instrument, from the sweetness of an intense vibrato, the intonation skills is a prodigious technique …
Livio Costarella – The Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno
… Maria Serena Salvemini plays like a predestined one, with ferocious technique and extreme musicality, confirming all the good that has already been said is written about her …
Fabrizio Versienti – The Corriere del Mezzogiorno.

Daniela Carabellese
She undertakes the study of the violin with Franco Cristofoli, graduating with honors in violin, voice and viola at the Bari Conservatory. She has performed in the most prestigious theaters and concert halls in the world playing in the United States (New York), in Brazil (São Paulo, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro) in Hungary (Budapest), in Spain (Madrid, Barcelona), in Turkey (Istanbul). You
There is an intense quartet activity as a member of the Carabellese Quartet together with his sister Francesca and his brother Giuseppe, enjoying flattering success from the public and specialized critics. He inaugurated the ‘900 Festival of Trani ed. 1999 (Abbiati award from the critics), with a monographic concert on Malipiero, with live recording for Ricordi and Rai. After the restoration works, the “Regina Margherita” Theater in Caltanissetta was inaugurated with a quintet concert. She performs in various chamber ensembles (duo violin and piano, duo violin and viola) With the ensemble Collegium Musicum she was the protagonist of a concert at the Quirinale, in the presence of the President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano, with live European radio for Rai Radio 3 ( The Concerts of the Quirinale). Shoulder of the Orchestra of the historic Vincenzo Maria Valente Foundation, he has collaborated with internationally renowned soloists such as Francesco Manara, Pierluigiicie, Wilson Hermanto, Leonardo Colafelice.
She combines her concert activity with a fervent teaching activity: after following courses in pedagogy and child psychology at the Aldo Moro University of Bari, she specialized in teaching for children, following the lines dictated by research and obtaining amazing results : many of his students who started studying the violin from an early age, have been awarded in national and international music competitions, also being among the best students at the Higher Musical Education Institutes. In collaboration with his sister Francesca he has carried out various projects including the “Violini Young Ensemble” which in 2004 earned the prestigious Abbiati prize for the School as the best educational initiative in the Italian school. In 2018 she was the winner of the “Euterpe Best Music Teacher” award. Winner of competitions for teaching in state schools, she holds the chair of violin in the middle school with a musical focus.

Pietro LAERA – pianoforte
Pietro Laera è un elemento specialmente dotato sia dal punto di vista musicale sia da quello, molto più raro, che concerne la pratica strumentale. Provvisto d’una natura quanto mai sensibile, ma disciplinata, il giovane Pietro Laera mi sembra destinato ai traguardi più lusinghieri d’una luminosa carriera di artista.
Aldo Ciccolini
Nato a Bari, ha studiato al Conservatorio di musica “N. Piccinni” nella classe di Luigi CECI diplomandosi con il massimo dei voti, lode e menzione speciale.
Ha conseguito il Diploma Accademico di II livello in Discipline Musicali -indirizzo interpretativo- compositivo presso l’Istituto Superiore di studi Musicali “G. Braga di Teramo”, discutendo una tesi intitolata “F. Chopin: l’evoluzione stilistica, le fasi compositive e lo sviluppo della tecnica pianistica negli studi” ed eseguendo l’integrale degli studi op. 10 e 25 di F. Chopin.
É stato inoltre allievo di Alicia DE LARROCHA, Gianna VALENTE e Adam WIBROVSKI, nonché -per 10 anni- di Aldo CICCOLINI.
Musicista versatile, esplora i vari linguaggi musicali attraverso composizioni, trascrizioni ed elaborazioni per svariati organici e collabora con musicisti del panorama internazionale quali: il flautista Roberto FABBRICIANI, il clarinettista Giora FEIDMAN, il trombonista Gianluca PETRELLA, il sassofonista Roberto Ottaviano, il mezzosoprano Fiorenza COSSOTTO, il violinista Francesco MANARA, il violoncellista Massimo POLIDORI, il Quartetto d’archi della Scala ed il direttore d’orchestra Roberto DUARTE con il quale ha inciso un C.D. distribuito in Europa e negli Stati Uniti. Frequenti inoltre le sue collaborazioni con attori e personaggi dello spettacolo quali Arnoldo FOA’, Ugo PAGLIAI, David RIONDINO, Michele MIRABELLA e Giorgio ALBERTAZZI.
Vincitore di numerosi premi in concorsi pianistici nazionali ed internazionali, ha al suo attivo una cospicua attività concertistica da solista che lo ha portato ad esibirsi, tra le altre, nelle seguenti città: Parigi (Journée du Patrimoine), Budapest, Lille, Malaga, Barcellona, Dubvrovnik, Lugano, Firenze (Amici della Musica), Torino, Chieti (teatro Marrucino), Siena, Roma, Milano, Bari (Teatro Piccinni), Pisa, Taormina, Catania, Ragusa, Siracusa, Bologna, Sarzana (Teatro Impavidi), Reggio Calabria (Teatro Aurora), Cosenza (Teatro Rendano) Sorrento (Teatro Tasso), Faenza (Teatro Comunale), Napoli (Villa Pignatelli – Teatro Diana), Garda (Palazzo dei Congressi), Parma (Teatro Cinghio – Palazzo Cusani) e moltissime altre. Membro di giuria in prestigiosi concorsi musicali, coordinatore dell’Associazione Musicale “Nel Gioco del Jazz”, già consulente artistico della Fondazione Concerti “N. Piccinni”, è titolare di cattedra presso il Conservatorio di musica “N. Rota” di Monopoli.

Friday 6 August, Riccò del golfo, loc. Casella

1st shift (max 30 seats) at 20.30
2nd shift (max 30 seats) 9.30 pm

Duo Piccotti – Pierdomenico
Erica Piccotti
, cello
Leonardo Pierdomenico
, piano
Musics of R.Strauss, L.v.Beethoven

Beethoven – Sonata No. 3 in A major op. 69 (26 ′)
Richard Strauss – Sonata in F major op.6 (25 ‘)
ERICA PICCOTTI cello “Erica Piccotti belongs by right to the small group of those new talents who are preparing to occupy the international music scene as protagonists …” (Sistema Musica) Born in Rome in 1999, and graduated in cello at the age of 14 with the maximum of votes, praise and honorable mention at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, she made her debut at the age of 13 live on Rai from Montecitorio with Mario Brunello and was awarded the honor of Standard Bearer of the Italian Republic by the President of the Repubblica “for the exceptional results in the musical field at a young age”. In January 2020 she received the ICMA Award (International Classical Music Awards, assigned by a jury of representatives of the international press) as “Young Artist of the Year”, with the motivation: “Erica Piccotti is already an extraordinary promise of the cello: its warm and velvety sound, combined with a surprising technical ability, allow its natural musical sensitivity to flow with grace and spontaneity. Listening to Erica’s music, it is easy to let oneself go into comparisons with the great cellists of the past, since her artistic maturity is much higher than her young age ”. Currently he carries out an intense concert activity in Italy and abroad, both as a soloist and in chamber ensembles. Among the salient commitments of the 2019/20 season the debut at the Kronberg Academy Festival, at the Schloss Elmau Festival with Mischa Maisky, Frans Helmerson and Daishin Kashimoto, at the IUC-Istituzione Universitaria dei Concerti in Rome with the pianist Itamar Golan. Erica is the winner of numerous national and international competitions including “Rassegna Nazionale d’Archi” by Vittorio Veneto, “National Prize of Arts” which designates her “best cellist of Italian conservatories”, International Competition “City of Padua Prize”, ” Jugend Musiziert ”in Nuremberg,“ NYIAA Competition ”,“ International Cello Competition Antonio Janigro for young cellists ”in Zagreb.

In 2017 he also won the 2nd prize at the “International Johannes Brahms Competition” in Pörtschach in Austria. Among the other awards we remember in 2019 the prestigious “Diploma of Honor” issued by the Chigiana Academy of Siena, in 2018 the “Landgraf von Hessen-Preis” by the Kronberg Academy, in 2016 the “Tullio Besa Award” and the “Rotary Award Cremona ”awarded to the best students of the Stauffer Academy, in 2012 the“ Adriana Giannuzzi ”prize as best cellist of the S. Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. He has received scholarships from the De Sono Association for Music, from the Boubo-Music Foundation, the “Maura Giorgetti” Prize of the Filarmonica del Teatro alla Scala in Milan, and from 2017 is supported by the Cultural Association Musica con le Ali. She has been a guest in prestigious festivals, including “Chamber music Connects the world” in Kronberg, “Verbier Festival Academy”, “Supercello Festival” in Beijing, “Al Bustan Festival” in Beirut, “La Musica Festival” in Sarasota, ” Ciao Festival “in Chengdu,” Festival de Cordas e Piano “in Belo Horizonte,” Paganini Genova Festival “,” Aurora Festival “in Vanersborg,” Janigro Festival “in Porec, Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto as well as in numerous concert seasons between which “Musikàmera” at the Teatro la Fenice in Venice, Teatro Comunale in Treviso, “Appassionata” in Macerata, “Micat in Vertice” in Siena where he played the 1682 Stradivari cello, at the “Violin Museum” in Cremona where he played the Antonio Stradivari Stauffer cello from 1700. She has performed in numerous Italian theaters such as the Ponchielli Theater in Cremona, the Petruzzelli Theater in Bari, the Ristori Theater in Verona, the Carlo Felice Theater in Genoa and abroad at the Konzerthaus in Berlin, at the Carnegie Hall of New Yo rk as well as in Sweden, Switzerland, France, England, Croatia, Lebanon, Belgium, Austria, Hungary, United States, Brazil, Mexico, China. As a soloist he has played with I Solisti di Zagreb, I Pomeriggi Musicali Orchestra, Orchestra della Toscana, Orchestra La Verdi, Carlo Felice Theater Orchestra, Abruzzese Symphony Orchestra, Estado del México Symphony Orchestra, Jovem Vale Música Orquestra, Serbian Nationals Theater Orchestra of Novi Sad. He shared the stage with artists such as Salvatore Accardo, Julius Berger, Mario Brunello, Bruno Canino, Augustin Dumay, Gidon Kremer, Bruno Giuranna, Itamar Golan, Louis Lortie, Andrea Lucchesini, Robert McDuffie, Antonio Meneses, Danilo Rossi, Miguel da Silva, Massimo Quarta, Sir András Schiff, Christian Tetzlaff. His recording debut in 2018, with a CD for the Warner Classics label, in duo with the pianist Itamar Golan (music by Franck, Prokofiev, Strawinsky). Erica is currently studying with Frans Helmerson at the Kronberg Academy where, after earning her Master of Music, she now attends the “Professional Studies” program. He began his studies with Francesco Storino and then continued with Antonio Meneses at the Hochschule der Kunste in Bern, the Stauffer Academy in Cremona and the Chigiana Academy in Siena. Erica Piccotti plays the cello G. B. Genova, Turin 1760 ca. The loan is part of the “Adopt a Musician” project, an initiative conceived by MusicMasterpieces DA, Lugano (CH).

Saturday 7 August at 9.00 pm– Follo, loc. Tivegna, Piazza della Chiesa

A violin for life
Maria Serena Salvemini, violin
Daniela Carabellese, violin
Pietro Laera, piano
Maria Serena Salvemini, Molly, is a special child. Before she was even born, she was diagnosed with a serious malformation for which they recommend therapeutic abortion: she had only a 30% chance of surviving! But her mother, Daniela Carabellese, is not there and continues her concert activity carrying her in her womb. Operated at birth, Molly opens her eyes for the first time to the notes of Bach, whom she knew well! At ten months her first steps and the first violin, an instrument from which she has never separated: a violin for life!
D. Shostakovich 5 pieces for 2 violins and piano – C. Saint Saens Introduction and capriccioso rondo – Ante B.K. Western Dances, Tarantella for 2 violins and piano – P.de Sarasate: Zingaresca – P.de Sarasate Navarra, for two violins and piano.

Maria Serena Salvemini, violin
Maria Serena Salvemini, 15 years old, was born into a family of musicians, she was initiated early on to study the violin by her mother Daniela Carabellese.
Eclectic personality, among his passions in addition to the violin there are the piano, gymnastics and photography and mountain biking.
Winner of numerous first absolute prizes in international competitions as a solo violinist (Euterpe, Sarro, Eurorchestra, Ponselle, Wanda Landowska, Vitti, Savino, Mediterraneo, etc.), she concluded her pre-academic career at the N. Piccinni conservatory in Bari, under the guidance of Maestro Corrado Roselli, with full marks and honors.
She was admitted, in a totally exceptional way, to take the admission exam to the first level academic three-year period at the Piccinni Conservatory, ranking first in the ranking with a score of 100/100. This circumstance could be achieved on the basis of a law that allows early access to these courses exclusively for precocious, albeit very young, talents.
He attended masterclasses and advanced specialization courses with the Masters Francesco Manara (first violin of the Alla Scala theater) Giovanni Angeleri (Paganini prize), Felix Ayo, Roberto Noferini, Alessandro Milani (first violin of the Rai Symphony Orchestra) Stefano Pagliani, Gabriele Ceci (first violin of the Petruzzelli theater).
She was selected as excellence of the Bari Conservatory for the academic years 2017/18 and 2018/19 and invited to hold solo recitals at the auditorium of the same Conservatory, as part of various projects (Santa Cecilia, Ombra illuminata, Open day, Tribute to Giovanni Capaldi).

She was the winner of the Rotary Club scholarship awarded to the young excellences of the Piccinni Conservatory, as the best string instrumentalist and in 2020, the Sveva Classica award, with scholarship.
In November 2019, at the invitation of Maestro Beppe Vessicchio following a national selection, he took part in the program “Prodigi”, broadcast in prime time on RAI 1, playing solo with orchestra.
He performs regularly for prestigious musical institutions, as a soloist, in various chamber ensembles and as a soloist with orchestra. He held solo concerts as part of the “SIAE s’illumina” call at the brand new Giovanni Paolo II auditorium in Bari, for the regional museum complex at the Norman-Swabian Castle of Gioia del Colle, the prestigious Notti Sacre review at the auditorium Vallisa. She has also recently performed, as first violin shoulder, with the “Keep in Touch” Orchestra, composed of 150 elements, at the Petruzzelli theater in Bari, for the “Anima Mea” 2018 festival as well as at the San Carlo Theater. of Naples. In 2019 he made his debut as a soloist with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra of Bari performing “Introduction and Rondò Capriccioso” by S. Saens. Also in 2019 she was the protagonist, as a solo violinist with the Symphony Orchestra conducted by the Swedish Ola Rudner, of the inauguration of the Piccinni Theater in Bari, reopened to the public after 10 years of restoration. He performed, again as a soloist with symphonic orchestra, the second Wieniawski concert at the Petruzzelli Theater in Bari; the event, broadcast in streaming, totaled about 14,000 views from all over the world.
In January 2020, his first solo CD was released for the Dodicilune record company with music by Bach, Tartini, Saint-Saëns, Igudesman.
… he plays the violin as a natural extension of his body, with a vision of music that points straight to the heart of the listening …

… ha mostrato un grande controllo dello strumento, dalla dolcezza di un intenso vibrato, le doti di intonazione è una tecnica prodigiosa…
Livio Costarella – La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno
…Maria Serena Salvemini suona da predestinata, con tecnica feroce e musicalità estrema, confermando tutto il buono che si è già detto è scritto su di lei…
Fabrizio Versienti – Il Corriere del Mezzogiorno
Daniela Carabellese
Intraprende lo studio del violino con Franco Cristofoli, diplomandosi con il massimo dei voti in violino, canto e viola presso il Conservatorio di Bari. Si è esibita nei più prestigiosi teatri e sale concertistiche del mondo suonando negli stati Uniti (New York), in Brasile (San Paolo, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro) in Ungheria (Buda
pest), in Spagna (Madrid, Barcellona), in Turchia (Istanbul). Vive un’intensa attività quartettistica come componente del Quartetto Carabellese insieme alla sorella Francesca e al fratello Giuseppe riscuotendo lusinghieri successi dal pubblico e dalla critica specializzata. Ha inaugurato il Festival ‘900 di Trani ed. ’99 (premio Abbiati della critica), con un concerto monografico su Malipiero, con registrazione live per la Ricordi e per la Rai. Ha inaugurato dopo i lavori di restauro, il Teatro “Regina Margherita” di Caltanissetta con un concerto in quintetto. Si esibisce in svariate formazioni cameristiche (duo violino e pianoforte, duo violino e viola) Con l’ensemble Collegium Musicum è stata protagonista di un concerto al Quirinale, alla presenza del Presidente della Repubblica Giorgio Napolitano, con diretta radiofonica europea per Rai Radio 3 (I Concerti del Quirinale). Spalla dell’Orchestra della storica Fondazione Vincenzo Maria Valente, ha collaborato con solisti di fama internazionale quali Francesco Manara, Pierluigi Camicia, Wilson Hermanto, Leonardo Colafelice.
Affianca all’attività concertistica una fervida attività didattica: dopo aver seguito corsi di pedagogia e psicologia dell’infanzia presso l’Università Aldo Moro di Bari, si è specializzata nella didattica per i più piccoli, seguendo le linee dettate dalla ricerca e ottenedo risultati strabilianti: numerosi suoi allievi che hanno conminciato dalla più tenera età lo studio del violino, sono stati premiati in concorsi musicali nazionali ed internazionali, risultando inoltre tra i migliori allievi presso gli Istituti di Alta Formazione musicale. In collaborazione con la sorella Francesca ha realizzato svariati progetti tra i quali il “Violini Young Ensemble” che ha meritato nel 2004 il prestigioso premio Abbiati per la Scuola come migliore iniziativa didattica nella scuola italiana. Nel 2018 è vincitrice del premio “Euterpe Best Music Teacher”. Vincitrice di concorsi per l’insegnamento nelle scuole statali, è titolare di cattedra di Violino nella scuola media ad indirizzo musicale.
Pietro LAERA – pianoforte
Pietro Laera è un elemento specialmente dotato sia dal punto di vista musicale sia da quello, molto più raro, che concerne la pratica strumentale. Provvisto d’una natura quanto mai sensibile, ma disciplinata, il giovane Pietro Laera mi sembra destinato ai traguardi più lusinghieri d’una luminosa carriera di artista.

Aldo Ciccolini
Born in Bari, he studied at the “N. Piccinni ”in the class of Luigi CECI graduating with full marks, honors and special mention.
He obtained the II level Academic Diploma in Musical Disciplines – interpretative-compositional address at the Higher Institute of Musical Studies “G. Braga di Teramo “, discussing a thesis entitled” F. Chopin: the stylistic evolution, the compositional phases and the development of the piano technique in the studies “and performing the complete studies op. 10 and 25 by F. Chopin.
He was also a pupil of Alicia DE LARROCHA, Gianna VALENTE and Adam WIBROVSKI, as well as – for 10 years – of Aldo CICCOLINI.
Versatile musician, he explores the various musical languages ​​through compositions, transcriptions and elaborations for various ensembles and collaborates with musicians on the international scene such as: the flutist Roberto FABBRICIANI, the clarinetist Giora FEIDMAN, the trombonist Gianluca PETRELLA, the saxophonist Roberto Ottaviano, the mezzo-soprano Fiorenza COSSOTTO , the violinist Francesco MANARA, the cellist Massimo POLIDORI, the String Quartet of La Scala and the conductor Roberto DUARTE with whom he recorded a CD distributed in Europe and the United States. He also frequently collaborates with actors and celebrities such as Arnoldo FOA ‘, Ugo PAGLIAI, David RIONDINO, Michele MIRABELLA and Giorgio ALBERTAZZI.

Winner of numerous prizes in national and international piano competitions, he has to his credit a conspicuous solo concert activity that has led him to perform, among others, in the following cities: Paris (Journée du Patrimoine), Budapest, Lille, Malaga, Barcelona , Dubvrovnik, Lugano, Florence (Friends of Music), Turin, Chieti (Marrucino theater), Siena, Rome, Milan, Bari (Piccinni Theater), Pisa, Taormina, Catania, Ragusa, Syracuse, Bologna, Sarzana (Impavidi Theater), Reggio Calabria (Aurora Theater), Cosenza (Rendano Theater) Sorrento (Tasso Theater), Faenza (Municipal Theater), Naples (Villa Pignatelli – Diana Theater), Garda (Palazzo dei Congressi), Parma (Cinghio Theater – Palazzo Cusani) and many others. Jury member in prestigious music competitions, coordinator of the “Nel Gioco del Jazz” Music Association, former artistic consultant of the “N. Piccinni ”, holds a professorship at the“ N. Rota ”of Monopoli.

​Sunday 8 August – Calice al Cornoviglio, Castello Malaspina

1st shift (max 30 seats) at 20.30
2nd shift (max 30 seats) 9.30 pm
Guitar duo Bartolommeoni / D’Ambrosio
Srefano Bartolommeoni e Davide D’Ambrosio – guitar
Musics ofF.Couperin, N.Paganini, M.Giuliani, A.Piazzolla

Tuesday 10 August at 9.30 pm Levanto, Sagrato di S.Andrea

Flute and strings between Naples and Vienna
Mario Carbotta, Flute
Trio of strings Il Demetrio
Claudia Monti, violin
Maurizio Schiavo, viola
Massimiiano Tisserant, cello
Music by D.Cimarosa, S.Mercadante, F.Schubert, W.A.Mozart

​Thursday 12 August at 21.00 – Santo Stefano di Magra, loc. Ponzano superiore

Tribute to Nathan Milstein
Alessio Bidoli
, violin
Stefano Ligoratti, piano
Musics of W.A.Mozart, L. van Beethoven, C.Sivori, M.Ravelt

TRIBUTE TO MILSTEIN
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Sonata for violin and piano n. 17 in C major, K. 296
I. Allegro Vivace
II. Andante sustained
III. Rondo. Cheerful
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Sonata for violin and piano n. 5 in F major, op. 24, “The Spring”
I. Allegro
II. Very expressive adagio
III. Joke. Very happy
IV. Rondo. Cheerful but not too much
Camillo Sivori (1815-1894)
Fantasy on themes taken from “A Masked Ball” by G. Verdiop. 19
Ravel (1875-1937)
Tzigane, Rhapsodie de Concert
Alessio Bidoli (Milan, 1986) began studying the violin at the age of seven.
In 2006 he graduated with full marks and honors at the G. Verdi Conservatory in Milan under the guidance of Gigino Maestri. He subsequently studied at the Haute Ecole de Musique of the Lausanne Conservatory and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg with Pierre Amoyal, at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena with Salvatore Accardo and at the International Academy of Imola with Pavel Berman and Oleksandr Semchuk.
In 2003, at the age of seventeen, he made his debut as a soloist at the Teatro Signorelli in Cortona. In 2005 he was among the winners at the Vittorio Veneto National Arch Festival.
In 2007 he collaborated with the Lausanne Camerata directed by Pierre Amoyal in numerous European cities including Martigny for the Pierre Gianadda Foundation, Milan for the Società dei Concerti and Marseille, on the occasion of the Festival de Musique à Saint-Victor. As a soloist he has played in prestigious concert seasons including: MITO Settembre Musica, Società del Quartetto and Società dei Concerti di Milano (Sala Verdi), Furcht-Bocconi University, Amici del Loggione del Teatro alla Scala, Fondazione Musica Insieme di Bologna, Amici della Musica di Sondalo, Arvedi Auditorium in Cremona, Bergamo Culture Festival (in collaboration with Sony Classical Italia). At the Teatro di Chiasso he was the protagonist, together with Vittorio Sgarbi, of the theatrical project Il Fin la Maraviglia, a story about the Baroque in images and sounds.

In 2011 he recorded a CD with pianist Stefania Mormone for Amadeus Magazine (reissued in 2021 for Da Vinci Classics)
and from 2013 to 2018 another four in duo with Bruno Canino; for Sony Classical: Verdi Fantasias (reissued in 2019 by Concerto Classics) with paraphrases by C. Sivori and A. Bazzini and Italian Soul-Anima Italiana with largely unpublished pieces by G.F. Malipiero, Petrassi and Casella; for Warner Classics a CD with music by Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Ravel and Poulenc and the monograph of the Sonatas for violin and piano by Saint-Saëns, which includes the first ever recording of the youth sonata in B flat major R103. In 2020 a new monographic CD on Nino Rota’s chamber repertoire was released for Decca, again with Bruno Canino on piano and with Massimo Mercelli on flute.
He has participated in several programs dedicated to him by various radio broadcasters including Radio France, NDR Kultur, Swiss Italian Radio, RAI Radio 3, Vatican Radio, Classic Radio and Popular Radio.
He taught for some years at the Niccolò Piccinni Conservatory in Bari. He is currently a violin teacher at the Francesco Cilea Conservatory in Reggio Calabria. He regularly holds masterclasses for violin and chamber music in various Italian locations. He is the artistic director of the Musica in Corte Festival in Crema.
Alessio Bidoli plays one of the instruments of his grandfather Dante Regazzoni, one of the best exponents of 20th-century Lombard lutherie whose laboratory has now become an integral part of the Violinmaking Museum (MUSA) at the Santa Cecilia Academy at the Parco della Musica Auditorium Rome, and a Stefano Scarampella from 1902.

STEFANO LIGORATTI (Milan, 1986) He was one of the most brilliant students of the G. Verdi Conservatory, within which he carried out his entire training, graduating with full marks in Piano, Organ, Harpsichord, Conducting and Composition . He studied Piano with Maria Gloria Ferrari, Riccardo Risaliti, Leonardo Leonardi and Daniele Lombardi; Organ with Eva Frick Galliera and with Ivana Valotti; Harpsichord with Ruggero Laganà and Maria Cecilia Farina; Composition with Paolo Arcà, Danilo Lorenzini and Mario Garuti; Conducting with Julius Kalmar, Herbert Handt and Daniele Agiman. He is the winner of several prizes in national and international competitions, including the Castrocaro competition for the “XI Review of the best graduates 2006 (SIAE prize)” and in 2010 of the prestigious “Mario Fiorentini” European piano competition in La Spezia during of which he won both the absolute first prize and that of the public. Artistic director of the “ClassicaViva” music network, he usually performs at the helm of the homonymous orchestra, which he founded in 2005, often in the dual role of solo pianist and conductor. He has recorded numerous CDs: for “ClassicaViva”: “Variazioni… e dintorni”, 2007; “Fantasie”, 2009 both for solo piano; in duo with violinist Yulia Berinskaya: “Violin in Blue” in 2010 and “Violin in White”, 2012; for Limen Music, again with Yulia Berinskaya: “Sturm und Drang” in 2018; for Da Vinci Classics: “Schubert: Works for Piano 4 hands” in 2017 in duo with the pianist Luca Ciammarughi; “The Voice of Violin” as conductor with Y.Berinskaya and the Musici di Parma; “Beethoven: Complete Works for Cello & Piano” in 2019 in duo with the cellist Matilda Colliard. In 2018 he made a live DVD with the famous singer Antonella Ruggiero as conductor, dedicated to the life of the artist. Since 2013 he has been Professor of Composition at the “Milano Music Masterschool” and director of the orchestral training course in association with the “Italian Conducting Academy” (ICA). Since 2014 he has been collaborating as a guest conductor at the national opera and ballet theater in Tirana.

​Friday 13 August at 9.00 pmVarese Ligure, Oratorio dei Ss. Antonio e Rocco

1st shift (max 30 seats) at 19.30
2nd shift (max 30 seats) 9.30 pm
“Dante Symphony” of F.Liszt
for pf 4 hands, choir and soloist
Valentina Messa, Emanuele Delucchi piano
Coro Artemisia XXI and Luca Franco Ferrari
Musics of F.Liszt
Reservations required by email to liricaclubvareseligure@gmail.com

PAGANINI DAY – August 14th

On the occasion of the 20th edition of the Festival, a PAGANINI DAY will be held at the end of the Festival which will take place in Carro: throughout the day in various parts of the country various groups of young instrumentalists will perform short concerts of Paganini and contemporary music. . In the afternoon there will be a debate meeting on Paganinian themes, and everything will end in the great evening concert, with a world-famous Ensemble.

Saturday 14 August at 21.00 Carro, Piazza della Chiesa

Pavel Berman, violin
Andrea Bacchetti, piano
W.A. Mozart Sonata K304 – L.v.Beethoven Sonata op. 31 n° 3 – P.I.Ciajkowsky Serenata Malinconica – C.Saint Saens Rondò Capriccioso – P.DeSarasate Carmen Fantasy
The concert will be preceded at 18.30 by the meeting with Niccolò Paganini, direct descendant of the great musician, on the theme:
Niccoló Paganini tells Niccoló Paganini.
Meeting where the speaker, direct descendant of the great musician, talks about his lineage, the Paganini family and the violinist’s bond with Parma, his youth, the violinist as a man and his affections, through the letters and episodes of his life.

Prices

Concerts in Carro(1/8 – 14/8): Full admission € 15,00 – reduced € 10,00 
Concerts other locations: Full admission € 10,00 – reduced € 8,00  
Subscription to all the concerts of the Festival € 60.00

For reservations and information  info@sdclaspezia.it