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Gloria Campaner in Piano Party a Venezia

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It will be intriguing to listen to the Piano Party program that the young pianist Gloria Campaner presents at the Palazzetto Bru Zane in Venice; puts very important authors in dialogue with others who are not equally well known – what will be the red thread? In the Po Valley, from Ferrara to Cremona, we have four possibilities to listen to a beautiful formation such as the Mahler Chamber Orchestra together with the conductor Daniele Gatti. For a change of atmosphere we dive in Florence in a fun masterpiece of musical theater, “The bat”.


On the 13th at the Palazzetto Bru Zane the pianist Gloria Campaner, in Piano Party, a close dialogue between famous composers of Romanticism and the French twentieth century: Saint-Saëns, Debussy, Ravel, Dubois, Lamothe and Chaminade. This is how the 2022 concert cycle of the Palazzetto Bru Zane – Center de musique romantique française is inaugurated. The mission of the Center is the rediscovery and diffusion of French music between 1780 and 1920; also included the chanson, the opera-comique, the operetta.


On the 11th at the Comunale the second part of the season kicks off with Daniele Gatti and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, a beautiful Schumannian program. Gatti has been the Artistic Advisor of the Orchestra since 2016, the well-known international ensemble founded by Claudio Abbado. The Ferrara season continues until 10 May. On the 12th the performers are at the Teatro Valli in Reggio Emilia; on the 13th at the Comunale in Modena and on the 14th at the Ponchielli Theater in Cremona; the program will always be dedicated to Schumann, but with variations.


On 16-18-20-21-23 at the Teatro del Maggio a good opportunity to see a masterpiece like Il bat, by Johann Strauss son, conducted by Zubin Mehta; good company, with Markus Werba, Olga Bezsmertna, Alex Tsilogiannis, Regula Mühlemann, among others. New staging, in co-production with the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz (Munich).

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