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Concerts in a casket of art

via Maqueda 206, Palermo, Italy

Presence still new on the music scene in the city of Palermo, the Philharmonic "E. Sollima ", born in 2012 on the initiative of the children and the wife of the composer and pianist aims to keep alive the memory of the composer through the execution of his music and the promotion of new artists. The development of young musical talents, and especially those in Sicily, was in fact one of the cornerstones of the activity of E. Sollima that, for many years, was also a teacher of composition and director of the Conservatory of Palermo. You then collecting this legacy - and in an act of great confidence and optimism - that the Association has chosen to promote a new concert series at this time of particular difficulty and suffering for cultural activities in Sicily. The Concert season 2015 will be inaugurated Sunday, February 15th at 18:15 with a recital of Russian pianist Olga Domnina entirely devoted to Russian music, and that includes the performance of the Four Preludes Op. 11 and Sonata op. 19 Aleksandr Scriabin with the Italian premiere dell'Hommage à Khatchatourian Vladimir Genin. Complete the program Instead of a Tango by Giya Kancheli. Russian-born Olga Domnina lives between Italy and England, and has to its credit collaborations with artists such as violinists Julian Rachlin and Viktor Tretyakov, violist Paul Silverthorne and cellist Thomas Carroll. Still a recital, this time dedicated to the piano literature of Romanticism, with pages of Chopin, Liszt and Schumann, for the second round on Sunday 15 March which will star Anna Kravtchenko, artist boasting appearances at major European musical institutions and collaborations prestigious with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Israel Chamber Orchestra, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of the Bavarian Radio, the London Royal Philharmonic the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Noord Nederland Orchester and numerous other ensembles. Sunday, April 15th, the Association "E. Sollima "host accordionist Carmela Stefano that will perform a program that, alongside songs specially dedicated to his instrument as the bell Würthner, Fou rire R. Galliano and Adiós Nonino Piazzolla, will perform some transcriptions of music by JS Bach, Vivaldi and Pozzoli. Currently a professor at the Conservatory of Palermo, Carmela Stefano has to his credit an intense concert activity both as a soloist and in ensembles and performances in Italy and abroad. Another excellent presence of season 2015 will be that of the violinist Francesco Manara, first violin soloist of the Quartet and the Teatro alla Scala, which will host the concert scheduled for Sunday, May 10. Student of M. Marin at the Conservatory of Turin, from 1992 Manara was appointed by Riccardo Muti as first violin orchestra of the Teatro alla Scala and in this role he has collaborated with leading conductors of the moment and with prestigious musical institutions in South America, Japan, the US, France, Germany, Switzerland. Joining him will hear Francesco De Zan, pianist considered among the most interesting of his generation, can boast collaborations with ensembles such as I Solisti della Scala and the String Quartet of Turin and a concert activity of international scope. Together the two musicians will perform a program dedicated to Beethoven, Brahms and Ravel. Space to Sicilian musicians for the concert on Sunday 24 May, when they hear the wind ensemble Soni Ventorum, founded and directed by flautist Luigi Sollima, who will perform a program dedicated to the twentieth century Europe, with music by Jacques Ibert, Paul Hindemit and Eliodoro Sollima. With a repertoire from the twentieth century comes to include historical works of modern and contemporary authors, the ensemble Ventorum Soni has won several international competitions and has toured in Europe, Asia, United States and Canada. The utime two rounds of the 2015 concert season will be dedicated to the promotion of new talent with performances by a young duo and a vocal ensemble. Sunday, June 7 pianist Rosa Maria Macaluso, whose precocious, extraordinary talent is already known to the public from Palermo that last year he applauded the Politeama Theatre in the performance of the Concerto KV 39 Mozart with the Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana play in duo with cellist, Messina-born Catherine Isaiah, winner of numerous international competitions. Scheduled two sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti, the Valse-Impromptu by Liszt, the Toccata op. 39 of Chaminade and Variations brilliant op. 12 by Chopin. Complete the program the Suite n. 2 for cello by JS Bach, the Hungarian Rhapsody of Popper and the Rondo op. 94 of Dvořák. The concert season will end on Friday, June 26 at 21 with a performance by the Vocal Group Euphoné, recent winner of the Competition "Eliodoro Sollima" Enna and specialist in the ancient polyphonic repertoire. The ensemble will perform a program entitled Between courts and churchyards dedicated to famous music of Renaissance sacred repertoire, will alternate secular compositions, also of popular character with pages of Des Prez, Palestrina, Morales, Lasso and De Victoria. INFORMATION T. 338 7850919 - filarmonica.sollima@libero.it Web: facebook.com/filarmonicaeliodorosollima INPUTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS Subscription € 50/30 (reductions under 26 - At Tickettando Point, Libreria Mondadori, via R. Settimo 18, Palermo - Tel. 091,332508). Ticket € 10/6 (reductions under 26)

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