- 9 Settembre 2007
Fifth edition of CupraMusicaFestival will be held from 1st
to 9th September 2007. The presence of international
players and young soloists from all over the world has been confirmed also
interesting playbill will be performed in picturesque and fascinating
settings such as the amphitheatre of Sant’Andrea Castle, Villa
Vinci-Boccabianca and San Basso Church, where a triptych by
Vittore Crivelli is kept.
repertoire ranges from Classical Music (Bach, Brahms, Beethoven), French
Novecento interpreted by the harpist Maria Gamboz. The Park of the Fountain in Villa Vinci will
host tango and jazz music shows in collaboration with TAM-Tutta
un’Altra Musica by Giambattista Tofoni.
first edition of the musical event, also directed by Dante Milozzi, was
opened by the notes of Mendelssohn baroque music in 2003. Mendelssohn
wrote the melodies for the play “A mid-summer night dream” by
Shakespeare when he was just seventeen. Also this year his music will
delight the audience at the opening concert. It will be held in the
picturesque setting of Sant’Andrea castle. It dates back to XIII century
and anciently served as a watchtower and defensive fortress. Two of
Mendelssohn masterpieces will be presented that night: Violin concert and
“Italian” Symphony. They will be interpreted by the
polyhedral Russian violinist Boris Garlitsky, professor at the
Paris Academy of Music and first violin at the London Symphony. He will be
accompanied by the outstanding Abruzzo Symphonic Orchestra,
that has always been present at the opening concerts of
Adriatic Academy (Accademia Adriatica), will accompany the
musicians during the Festival. It is an orchestra composed of young
musicians from all over the world. Among the other members, two soloists
are to be mentioned: Luca Ranieri, first Viola in the RAI National
Symphonic Orchestra and Federico Mondelci, famous saxophonist,
orchestra leader and artistic director of Pesaro Rossini Theatre.
will together with Boris
Garlitsky, Massimo Mazzoni,
president of the Italian Association of Saxophonists and the international
e Yuka Hayashi,
(violoncello and pianoforte) show their ability and art not only in the
concerts, but they will also share it in courses
for high improvement held
from 3rd to 9th September in Villa Vinci. They will
be opened to 15 musicians, the best of whom will have the chance of
playing their music together with their masters.
An other remarkable
event that will be held during the Festival is “Premio Boccabianca”.
It is dedicated to the memory of Count Vincenzo Boccabianca (violinist and
1810-1879). His ancient family gives the name to the Villa where most
concerts will be held.
winning violinist will be given the chance of performing with the Adriatic
Academy Orchestra, but will also be given a Stradivarius violin similar to
the one the Count Boccabianca had. The violin is carved by liut makers
whose works are on show in Villa Vinci from 9am to 6pm during the
click on the concert
program as follows:
c/o Biblioteca Comunale in Cupra Marittima
from 1st July to 30th August 2007 every Tuesday
tel / fax 0735.776723
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