Wednesday, April 11 2018

Wednesday, April 11 2018

Lorenza Borrani violin and concertmaster
Anthony Romaniuk harpsichord
Chiara Morandi violin

ŠNITKE Sonata No.1 for violin and piano (version for violin and strings orchestra with harpsichord)
ŠNITKE Moz-Art à la Haydn, for two violins and string orchestra (1977)
HAYDN Symphony Hob.I:60 The Distracted

The violinist Lorenza Borrani has played publicly since she was a child. She attended the School of Fiesole where Piero Farulli took her under his wing and he continues to teach today. Then Lorin Maazel invited her to be the first violinist of the Philharmonic Toscanini di Parma. Claudio Abbado wanted her for her Orchestra Mozart, working with only the best instrumentalists. Over a 10 year span she has been the first violin of many other orchestras, especially for the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. She has even founded the Spira Mirabilis, which holds concerts without a director after days and days of preparation during which the members discuss the path to be followed. The ORT, who guides her violin (and her colleagues Chiara Morandi and the cymbalist Anthony Romaniuk), presents a program from the second-century by Russian composer Alfred Schnittke, heir to Šostakovič, connecting back to the viennese eighteenth century by Haydn and Mozart.

 

Figline Valdarno, Teatro Garibaldi
Tuesday, April 10 2018 at 9:00 PM

Florence, Teatro Verdi
Wednesday, April 11 2018 at 9:00 PM > BUY TICKET
concert broadcast in deferred on Rai Radio3