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Culture & music-Valentine's Day concert for violin and piano

Saturday 14/2/2015 at 21:00
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Luisa Zin, violin-Thomas Donatucci, piano music by Brahms and Piazzolla


Culture & music offers a new rendezvous for lovers of classical music will be held on Saturday 14 February at 21.00 at the Council Chamber of the Town Hall in Canove. This is a concert that has as protagonists Louise Zin (violin) and Thomas Donatucci (piano)

Very interesting program, focusing on music composed by great composers, Brahms, Kreisler, Piazzolla, who with their diversity, will give way to the two artists to express their versatility and virtuosity.

"Dear Johannes
should I send you a Word to tell you how deeply I was struck by your sonata. I received today and of course I played around and then out of me by joy, I vented crying. After the first movement up, and second, you can imagine my pleasure when in the third I found my melody, so ardently loved, with its delicious rhythm of round! I say mine, because I believe that there is no person who perceives this melody so joyful and full of desire as. "
With these words, Clara Schumann, wife of Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms lover probably has the manuscript of the Sonata for violin and piano op. 78, sent by the composer.
The melody to which it refers is the theme of "Regenlied for unaccompanied chorus" (rain Song) op. 59, formerly composed of Brahms in tribute to Clara, whose theme opens the third movement of the sonata, also called "Regensonate" (Sonata of rain).
Dotted rhythm of the reason for the rain actually exists since the beginning of the first movement (Vivace ma non troppo) and returns throughout the sonata, turning into a sort of funeral in the middle section of the Adagio, which opens with an expressive and soft singing, whose indefinite melancholy permeates even the Allegro molto moderato that follows. The sonata was composed in 1879, during the period of most intense artistic processing of Brahms, which is in the formal perfection of classical composition models the ideal medium to express a deeply romantic sensibility, as evidenced by the intimate and meditative character of this composition, expression at the same time sincere tenderness and melancholy regrets.

Very differently, even the work of Fritz Kreisler is a synthesis of artistic expressions apparently distant from each other: the Baroque musical tradition and the taste for the virtuosity typically 19th century. Kreisler, distinguished musician of the 20th century, was in fact usually compose songs in the style of the 18th century as presenting works from such authors as Vivaldi, Couperin, purple. This is the case of "Praeludiom and cheerful style of Pugnani", published in 1905, peddled by Kreisler as an arrangement of a previously unreleased track of eighteenth-century violinist Gaetano Pugnani, for flouting of critics who do not notice the deception. The first part of the composition is solemn and dramatic, while the Allegro which follows is virtuosic and pressing.

As the genius of Brahms was able to give new life to the classic tradition squad with the romantic ardor, another great composer, starting from a completely different context, was able to renew his country's musical heritage thanks to the most various cultural influences. This is Astor Piazzolla, Argentine composer of Italian origin that starting about the middle of the twentieth century brought the tango dance, typical of popular origin of his land, in concert halls, giving rise to a new form of composition, which took the name of "Nuevo Tango". Piazzolla unites the sensuality, the rhythm and the instinct of the dance with the harmonic refinement that she learned while studying in Paris, Stravinsky's compositions, Bartòk and Ravel, inserts elements of jazz improvisation is the result of long periods spent in the United States and carry from the melancholy of Neapolitan with which melody was in contact during the teenage years spent in the neighborhood of Little Italyin New York City.
The song more than any other expresses the composer's creative path is "Libertango", recorded in Milan in 1974, a kind of manifesto with which the artist asserts his creative freedom, he did know Piazzolla throughout Europe. The song combines the rhythm of tango to a sensual melody and melancholy, as well as in the Angèl "Milonga" (dance of the Angel), and the poignant "Oblivion" (Oblivion), the song was used as the soundtrack for the film "Henry IV" by m. Bellocchio. What we always called her Piazzolla Tango number one "is" Adios Nonino "(Goodbye Granddad), song in one night in 1959, when the artist was on tour and received the news of the death of his father, whom he affectionately called" Nonino ".

Luisa Zin studied with Maestro Enrico Balboni at the Vicenza Conservatory where she graduated with honors at the age of 19 years.
In 2009 he attended the course of Violin held by M° Dejan Bogdanovic in Chioggia (Venice). That same year he followed at the Conservatory of Vicenza the Masterclass "sonata for solo violin in Bach and Tartini" held by master John William.
At the Conservatorio di Vicenza took part as sidekick of first violins to Orchestral Masterclass teacher Leon Spierer in 2009 and 2010.  In 2012 attended Orchestral training "Orchestra Project" (Società del Quartetto di Vicenza) held by master Leon Spierer and John William staying at Italy galleries of Palazzo Leoni Montanari in Vicenza, having the opportunity to study also individually with the masters.
In 2010 and 2012 will be selected to form the Orchestra Regionale dei Conservatori del Veneto, holding the role before concertino and later leader of the second violins, playing under the baton of Maestro Gianluigi Gelmetti and m° Giancarlo Andretta.
Within the Conservatory participates in numerous productions both as a soloist and in chamber ensembles in the context of the reviews of "best pupils" concerts and "Chamber Music" on Saturday.  He has collaborated with several orchestras, including the Orchestra del Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza, the Stravinskij Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestra Academy of Montecchio Maggiore concert and the Orchestra of Vicenza. In addition, she has performed as a soloist at the Teatro Comunale di Vicenza and at the Teatro Comunale di Lonigo.
In 2012 he won first prize at the competition of 2 musical performance "Città di Guastalla" also received a special prize for the interpretation.
Recently joined as second violin of "Palladium" Quartet, ensemble of young musicians followed by the Quartetto di Cremona at the Academy "Walter Stauffer" of Cremona, where he played for Società del Quartetto di Milano in a concert dedicated to young Italian quartets.

Donatucci, Thomas graduated brilliantly in piano at the Conservatorio "l. D'annunzio", Pescara in the class of Prof.ssa Rosella Masciarelli, continues his studies where he successfully graduated in piano Teaching in the class of the M° Riccardo Zadra.
Classified in first place in national and international competitions, has enriched his training with Prof.ssa Francesca De Luca, the Fanny Prof.ssa Solter, M° Roberto Bollea, M° Giuliano Mazzoccante, M° Roberto Prosseda.
The passion for music with interest in other disciplines such as philosophy, history and practice in psychology degree in philosophy from the University "g. D'annunzio" of Chieti with the final vote of 110/110.
He currently teaches piano at the Saint Malo free school conducted by M° Matteo Marzaro and at the Association of musical and cultural promotion Pantarhei of Vicenza and undertakes to improve musical education, is President of CNSI – National Conference of Presidents of Consulta of ISSM, the ministerial body that represents music students from all over Italy.


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