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    Tuesday 9 April 2024
    Piombino (LI), Teatro Metropolitan
    Tuesday 9 April 2024 h. 9:00 p.m.
    UMBERTO CLERICI conductor
    MARC BOUCHKOV violin
    Orchestra della Toscana
    Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy / Violin Concerto Op.64
    Ludwig van Beethoven / Symphony No.8, Op.93
    Duration approximately 1h 20' (including intermission)
    INTRODUCTION TO LISTENING by Maurizio Saragosa:
    Monday 8 April at 5:00 pm at the Falesiana Public Library
    Tickets
    Full price €11.00
    Reduced for students €5.00
    Tickets on sale at the Metropolitan Theatre Box Office on the day of the concert from 4:00 pm.
    On presale at eventipiombino.it and in authorised sales outlets.
    INFO: Ufficio Cultura Comune di Piombino tel. 055 63296 - 63231
    cultura@comune.piombino.li.it - comune.piombino.li.it
    Metropolitan Theatre, Piazza Cappelletti, 2 tel. 0565 30385
    metropolitanpiombino@gmail.com
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    The last time the ORT played with Umberto Clerici, during the last decade, he was a cellist. Now we find him as principal conductor of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, in Australia, and by now devoted almost more to the podium than to the instrument with which he achieved all possible goals. Now, giving himself over to conducting allows him to understand music from another perspective. In fact, he says, “When you play the cello you’re sitting in front of the audience, even if the soloist doesn’t pay too much attention to who’s in front of him/her, because it’s as if he/she were thinking only about the music inside him/herself. Instead, when you’re conducting, you find yourself in front of an orchestra playing for you, and it is as if the conductor were part of the audience, although he/she has more control over the musical situation“. Together with the ORT, he offers the most graceful (and loveliest) of Beethoven’s symphonies, the 8th, and a big hit from the violin repertoire, Mendelssohn’s Concerto Op. 64. The soloist is Marc Bouchkov, a Belgian of Russian-Ukrainian origins, who in 2018 the English magazine “Gramophone” included among the musicians to keep an eye on.


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