The principal conductor of the ORT Diego Ceretta resumes the early March production, dedicated to Mozart, and together with the whole orchestra he goes to Figline. With him on this tour is the pianist from Brianza, Filippo Gorini, born in 1996, who has already been “up there on the top” for some years, on the peaks of intelligence. Winner of the “Abbiati award”, a prestigious prize awarded by Italian music critics, as “best soloist” for the year 2022, he is the son of two well-known nuclear physicists, his father played the piano at home and Filippo took up the keyboard naturally, at 5 years of age. He is considered, also because his family works with numbers, the heir of Pollini for the “intellectual” approach. We will hear him play in Concerto K. 466, the most noir among Mozart’s piano concertos. Opening the First Symphony, K.16, written by the composer from Salzburg when he was only 9 years old and then, who better to greet the audience than Jupiter?! A monumental symphony, superb like Jupiter whose name it bears.