Wednesday, November 8 2017

Wednesday, November 8 2017

Enrico Dindo
conductor and cello

R.STRAUSS Romance for cello and orchestra Op.13
GLAZUNOV Le chant du menestrel, for cello and orchestra Op.71
DVORÁK Rondo for cello and orchestra Op.94
SCHUMANN Spring Symphony, No.1 Op.38

Yo-Yo Youth Orchestra Youth ORT is the Siae higher-education course consisting of ten young musicians who will make up the student portion of these performances for the second time. The revered cellist and conductor Enrico Dindo won the Rostropovich Competition in Paris in 1997 which brought him international recognition. Including directing the chamber music ensemble Soloists di Pavia in the Orchestra della Radiotelevisione Croata in Zagabria. The program starts with three late-nineteenth-century pages where Dindo plays his instrument with ease and flexibility including Richard Strauss’s Romance in F Major, Glazunov’s Le chant du Menestrel which comes from the composer’s late 19th century archives and paints a dreamlike picture of the Middle Ages and also Rondo Op.94 written by an almost fifty-year-old Dvořák. Dvořák also received an honorary doctorate degree from the University of Cambridge. And finally for the cello, Dindo takes on the Symphony No.1 by Schumann (1841), inspired by Frühlingsgedicht (spring poem) by the poet Adolf Böttiger.


Florence, Teatro Verdi
Wednesday, November 8 2017 at 9:00 PM > BUY TICKET
concert broadcast in deferred on Rai Radio3

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Thursday, November 9 2017 at 9:00 PM