Stagione Sinfonica  2009-10
 

 
 Sun October 11 2009 hours 17.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi" *
 Tue October 13 2009 hours 21.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi"

Sergio Lamberto, maestro concertatore
Giampaolo Pretto, flauto
Paolo Grazia, corno ingese

Joaquín Rodrigo
Concierto pastoral for flute and orchestra
 
Arthur Honegger
Concerto da camera Chaber Concerto in A minor for flute, English horn and strings op. 188
 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Serenade in G major K 525 (Eine kleine Nachtmusik)

 

Rodrigo feed the pentagram in the spanish countryside; Honegger echoes from french gardens; Mozart makes his Little Serenade in austrian night: three pages to let feelds in the concert hall.

 
 Sun November 22 2009 hours 17.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi" *
 Tue November 24 2009 hours 21.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi"

Stefano Montanari, direttore e violino

Antonio Vivaldi
Simphony fom L’Olimpiade
 
Concerto in B flat major for violin and orchestra RV 369
 
Concerto in B flat major for 4 violin and orchestra RV 580
The four seasons, from Il cimento dell’armonia e dell’inventione op. 8

 

Rhythms and melodies strike by. The harmonic choices surprise. But mainly affects the instrumental dash that Vivaldi asks its interpreters, in order to make the sound of each Concerto very special. Here a virtuoso violin tryes to show it, in an evening that promises to be electric.

 
 Sun December 13 2009 hours 21.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi" *
 Tue December 15 2009 hours 21.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi"

Sergio Azzolini, direttore e fagotto

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Symphony in B flat major Wq 182/2
Concert in A minor for basson and strings e archi Wq 166
Symphony in A major Wq 182/4
Concerto in B flat major for bassoon and strings Wq 171

 

The most famous bassoon player in Europe meets the sweetest son of Johann Sebastian. It will create an evening where the symphonies have the taste of opera and the Concertos search for emotions.

 
 Sun January 10 2010 hours 17.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi" *
 Tue January 12 2010 hours 21.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi"

Yoram David, direttore
Christian Poltéra, violoncello

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony No. 26 in E flat major K 161a (K 184)
 
Arthur Honegger
Concert for cello and orchestra H 72
 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony No. 41 in C major K 551 "Jupiter"

 

What remains of the "Jupiter" in french music? What is the legacy of Wolfgang’s youth symphonies in Honegger’s music? One of the wiser conductor of last years and the new star of cello inquire it with us.

 
 Sun February 14 2010 hours 17.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi" *
 Tue February 16 2010 hours 21.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi"

Micha Hamel, direttore
Emanuele Arciuli, pianoforte

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony No. 33 in B flat major K 319
 
3 Variations for piano solo on 'Round Midnight by Thelonious Monk:
Frederick Rzewsky
Variation
John Harbison
Monk’s Trope
Michael Daugherty
Monk in the Kitchen
 
Ann Millikan
Ballad Nocturne (on jazz themes) for piano and orchestra
prima esecuzione assoluta – commissione dell’Oft
 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concerto in C major for piano and orchestra K 467

 

Need we Mozart to understand America? Must we play his most famous Concert to realize how playing jazz? The italian pianist who is most fond of American music, a young American who composed a song for us and a inquiring dutch conductor join us to find out.

 
 Sun March 14 2010 hours 17.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi" *
 Tue March 16 2010 hours 21.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi"

Christian Benda, direttore
Martina Filjak, pianoforte

Jean Sibelius
Suite campestre op. 98b
 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concerto No. 14 in E flat major for piano and strings K 449
 
Pehr Henrik Nordgren
Pelimannimuotokuvia (Portraits of country fiddlers) op. 26
 

 

Are more warm the musics by Sibelius or those by Wolfgang Amadeus? Are more spectacular the fiddler portraied by Nordgren or the solo part in Concert K 449? The winner of "Viotti" Piano Competition and our beloved "first guest conductor" try to answer these questions in a concert that will make you smile.

 
 Sun April 11 2010 hours 17.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi" *
 Tue April 13 2010 hours 21.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi"

Sergio Lamberto, Maestro concertatore
Gábor Boldoczki, tromba

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto in F major for trumpet, strings and basso continuo op. 3/3 RV 310
 
Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto No. 11 in D minor for 2 violins, cello, strings and basso continuo op. 3 RV 565
 
Johann Baptist Georg Neruda
Concerto in E flat major for trumpet, strings and basso continuo
 
Georg Friedrich Händel
Concerto Grosso No 7 in B flat major op. 6
 
Suite in D major for trumpet, strings and basso continuo HWV 341
 
Concerto Grosso No 10 in D minor op. 6

 

Can a trumpet player become really famous? May he sound his instrument with the expressiveness of a violin? Can he charm the audience like a tenor? And finally: may he seriously play three scores in only one night?

 
 Sun May 9 2010 hours 17.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi" *
 Tue May 11 2010 hours 21.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi"

Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, direttore
Dora Schwarzberg, violino

Ludwig van Beethoven
Concerto in D major for violin and orchestra op. 61
 
Symphony No. 2 in D major op. 36

 

Ludwig van was a man of nerve. Clear ideas, wide views, absolute determination. Here serve him one of the most explosive talent of the history of the violin and the conductor that has changed the fees for Beethoven interpretation. Sparks are expected.

 
 Sun June 6 2010 hours 17.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi" *
 Tue June 8 2010 hours 21.00 - Torino, Conservatorio "G. Verdi"

Sergio Lamberto, maestro concertatore
Veronika Eberle, violino

Sergej Prokof’ev
Andante in B minor for String Orchestra op. 50bis
(Transcription from Quartett n. 1)
 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concerto No. 5 in A major for violin and orchestra K 219
 
Pëtr Il'ič Čajkovskij
Serenade in C major for string orchestra op. 48

 

Do you feel that Cajkovskij loved Mozart? Is it clear that Prokofiev studied him carefully? Be guided by the inspiration of a young violinist - "Among the most incredibly equipped that I have ever heard", says Simon Rattle - and you will find an answer.

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