Badiamusica - Accademia d'archi Bolzano
- 09:15 PM-10:30 PM
Concert of the music festival Festival Badiamusica with the Bolzano String Academy conducted by Giuliano Carmignola.
The evening will be dedicated to the sound of strings at the highest level, with works by Haydn and Mozart.
"Thorough, lively, touching and original".
The "Sinfonia concertante" is noble light music, in which divertimeno, serenade, solo concertos and symphony come together. It is rich in melody and at the same time mature in musical language as well as in the architecture of the work, it is demanding and yet carried by lightness and elegance. With several solo concertante instruments, virtuosity also comes into play. The Sinfonia concertante is thus a pleasure for the audience as well as for the musicians themselves. The best-known works in this genre are by Joseph Haydn (for violin, cello, oboe and bassoon) and by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (for violin and viola as solo instruments). "A new 'Concertante' by Haydn combined all excellence of music, it was thorough, lively, touching and original", said a review of the premiere in London. It could apply just as well to Mozart's composition. The String Academy performs it with its proven finesse.
The Accademia d'Archi di Bolzano was founded in 1987 by the South Tyrolean Music Association. The idea came from the artistic director of the ensemble, violinist and professor at the Bolzano Conservatory, Georg Egger. The String Academy is made up mainly of South Tyrolean musicians who have a wealth of chamber music and orchestral experience in important ensembles in Italy and abroad, and who pass on their experience to the next generation of musicians.
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Follow the SS244 Val Badia road towards Corvara until you reach the events hall F.A. Rottonara on Col Alt street 36.