- Teatro Arrigoni, San Vito al Tagliamento,...
The first to wonder why a public overwhelmed by an offer that is sometimes excessive and so well-versed to make the choice difficult should attend the concerts of San Vito Musica is its artistic director. Well, a single answer: because in San Vito Music the season and the related concerts we “produce” us.Brutto term “produce” if used in the artistic and musical, but perhaps more than ever in the current considered the posters of the various musical seasons, the result of agency catalogs often not very imaginative and sought after.The Academy of Archi Arrigoni will be, as for ten years now, the central nucleus around which they will turn soloists and different programs, played between pieces of the great musical repertoire and unpublished the result of commissions and first performances, where soloists of fame will be alternated with young talents promises of the concertism of tomorrow.It will start with the closing of the events in memory of the Great War and his victims with the Requiem of W.A. Mozart to continue with the “alternative” Violin by Gilles Apap, an eclectic artist capable of re fi ning classical repertoire and folk, jazz and ethnic influences and contaminations. A program all focused on classical repertoire (Mozart and Alessandro Rolla, excellent violist and teacher among the others by Bazzini) will be the one in which two exceptional soloists will perform and voices among the best that Italy has produced in recent generations for their respective instruments: Marco Rizzi and Simonide Braconi. The Trio Archè will offer a beautiful repertoire between Mendelssohn and Ravel and follow the usual winter window on the Little Magic Violin with the screening of the film, curated this year by Videe Spa, related to the 2018 edition and the concert of his wonderful winner, Natsuho Murata. The latter will also be an opportunity to listen to one of the most beautiful pieces of the string repertoire, ie Methamorphosen for 23 solo strings by Richard Strauss. The official closing of the season will be “Donna”, with all female soloists and a new creation. from the evocative title of Dafne, commission of San Vito Musica to the composer Mario Pagotto and inspired by the fight against violence against women. An exceptional program, which will see the return as Maestro conductor of Enrico Bronzi, will be the full performance of the 6 Brandeburgese concerts of JSBach: could you finish better than that?