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GIUSEPPE VERDI Bajpai farmer and Fabiani, Teatro di Asiago, 13 April

Sunday 13/4/2014 at 21:00

L’altra opera, Giuseppe Verdi agricoltore di e con Roberta Biagiarelli e Sandro FabianiShow the other OPERA, GIUSEPPE VERDI Theatre FARMER Millepini di Asiago, April 13, 2014

Sunday, April 13 at the Palazzo del Turismo di Asiago Millepini from 21.00 hours will be held the play the other opera, Giuseppe Verdi and farmer with Roberta Bajpai andSandro Fabiani , staged by The Crosspieces Lands, & c. Babelia», La Corte Ospitale in collaboration with: Schola Cantorum San Matteo di Asiago directed by Andrea Pinaroli, Plateau choral group directed by Francesco AllegriniAsiago Choir , directed by Marco Andreotti.

Two actors guide us to the discovery of Another Opera by Giuseppe Verdi: the one that sees him engaged, throughout his life, in an intense agricultural activity. From his being and call himself "villager of Roncole, Verdi does one landowner: innovator and witness the fate of United Italy linked to the development of agriculture. Intervalleranno the narrative excerpts from works of Giuseppe Verdi and performed by the Schola Cantorum San Matteo di Asiago, Asiago and choir from the Altiplano choral group.


The "Asiago Choir" was founded in 1952 by a group of friends that are part of the "schola cantorum" Parish, which decided to meet together to learn the songs of S.A.T. di Trento, animated by a passion for the mountains and for singing, supported by the friendship that had formed between them.

The debut took place on August 16, 1952 to Asiago on stage at the square of the "Prunno", under the name of "Asiago choral group"; other concerts followed that experienced favourable comments by fans and critics and this created enthusiasm inside and outside of the choir and made him increasingly convinced of the need to continue the journey undertaken, preparing and presenting increasingly challenging tracks and important.

The Repertoire was enriched by fantastic rework of Gianni Malatesta, from exquisite compositions by Marco Crestani, from sublime musical inventions Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, from polyphonic research proposals captured by Paolo Bon, from new choral harmonies Bepi de Marzi.
Even the name "Asiago" choral group, around the years 60, changed, becoming "Coro Monte Ortigara", in line with that of the newly created section A.N.A. of Asiago.


Despite being a young man of humble social status, however, managed to follow his vocation as composer due to goodwill and the desire to learn. The organist at the Church of Roncole, Pietro Baistrocchi, took it to goodwill and counselled free of charge to the study of music and the practice of the organ. Later, Antonio Barezzi, a local music lover and Director of the local Philharmonic Society, convinced that confidence in the young is not misplaced, became his patron and protector by helping to pursue studies undertaken.

The first formation of the future composer was however both attending the rich library of the Jesuit School in Busseto, extant, is taking lessons from Ferdinando Provesi, master of the local Philharmonic, who taught him the principles of musical composition and instrumental practice. Verdi had only fifteen years old when, in 1828, a Symphony was performed, opening in place of that of Rossini, during a performance of Il barbiere di Siviglia at the teatro di Busseto. In 1832 he settled in Milan, thanks to the financial support of Antonio Barezzi, a "pension" elargitagli from Monte di Pietà di Busseto.

In Milan tried in vain to be admitted at the prestigious Conservatoire and was for several years a pupil of Vincenzo Lavigna, conductor at La Scala. In 1836 he married Margherita Barezzi, 22-year-old daughter of his benefactor, and two years later moved to Milan in a modest house in Porta Ticinese. In 1839 he finally, after four years of work, to represent his first opera at La Scala: theOberto, Conte di San Bonifacio, original libretto by Antonio Piazza, extensively revised and readapted by Temistocle Solera. The Oberto was a lavoro Donizetti style, but some of his dramatic features like the audience so much that the opera was a success and fourteen performances.

The show is part of the 2013-14 Season at Teatro Millepini di Asiago, which from November to may will bring staged classics and contemporary works, comedies, tragedies, humor, music, offering opportunities for reflection and enjoyment.


PRICES in 2013-14 SEASON


Entire $ 85
Reduced € 70
Students € 55


Entire $ 10
Reduced and students € 8


Over 65 and holders of 2013-2014 Cineforum card of Cinema Lux of Asiago.


Open to all students, including university students and college students-elderly adults.



0424 462221
Carli, 56 square – Asiago


0424 460003
Via Millepini, 1 – Asiago

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