San Pietro a Majella: the concerts of the Conservatory in the name of Mozart

An original musical journey through Mozart’s repertoire with the revival of works composed in his hometown and then in Vienna. This is how “The concerts of the Conservatory” starts again, the festival hosted in San Pietro a Majella, which for this first meeting of the autumn session pays homage to the Salzburg genius with the performance of Francesco Pareti, fortepiano, and Giuseppe Guida, violin. The appointment in the Scarlatti room is for Wednesday 21 September at 6 pm.

The concert recalls the collaboration relationship, recently launched, between the Neapolitan conservatory and the Mozarteum of Salzburg, the prestigious Austrian music school responsible for the collection and conservation of documents relating to the life and work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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The concert inaugurates the autumn program of the festival with performances ranging from baroque music to world music, seeing performing, side by side, instrumentalists of international standing and students of the San Pietro a Majella.

“The Conservatory – comments the president Luigi Carbone – confirms itself as a dynamic cultural center with a concert season of great interest, inspired by a modern vision of high musical education”.

“The review – explains the director Carmine Santaniello – compares different eras and musical genres, recalling a distinctive trait of our academic identity”.

The Concerts of the Conservatory 2022: the autumn program

Wednesday 21 September

Mozart’s sonatas for piano and violin: from Salzburg to Vienna

fortepiano Francesco Pareti

violin Giuseppe Guida

music by WA Mozart

Wednesday 28 September

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Journey into the Baroque

baroque violin Marco Piantoni

harpsichord Giorgio Cerasoli

music by HIF von Biber, W. Byrd, G. Muffat, J.-F. Rebel Friday 30 September Mozart the Divine, Beethoven the Human Symphony Orchestra of the San Pietro a Majella Conservatory conductor Giorgio Proietti music by WA Mozart, L. van Beethoven

Wednesday 5th October

Parallel dimensions

piano Raffaele Maisano

music by R. Schumann, L. van Beethoven

Friday 7 October

The romantic and late-romantic period between Naples, Bergen and Vienna

Symphony orchestra of the San Pietro a Majella Conservatory

piano Davide Costagliola

director Mariano Patti

music by G. Martucci, E. Grieg, F. Schubert

Wednesday 12 October

Music Maestro Concert in memory of Guido Varchetta

introduces Vincenzo de Gregorio

Rotary Youth Chamber Orchestra-duo vl. and pf. Maria Claudia Rizzo and Anna Rizzo-violin Vincenzo Varchetta-soprano Luciachiara Nasti-flute Giovanni Mugnuolo, Chiarina Quintana

music by S. Mercadante, G.Varchetta, A.Vivaldi, G. Rossini, W. Gomez

Friday 14 October

Contemporary musical comparisons

Ensemble dissonances

saxophone Francesco Salime

director Giuseppe Galiano

music by G. Crumb, HW Henze, P. Marrone (world premiere)

Monday 17 October

Beethoven op. 1: Epiphany of a genius

fortepiano Francesco Pareti

violin Giuseppe Guida

cello Luca Signorini

music by L. van Beethoven

Friday 21 October

Bruno Mazzotta

On the centenary of his birth

music by Bruno Mazzotta

Wednesday 26th October

Tribute to Donna Emilia

Concert in collaboration with the FM Napolitano Foundation on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the death of Emilia Gubitosi

introduces Vincenzo de Gregorio

music by Emilia Gubitosi

Friday 28th October

Contemporary Music Comparisons World of Music

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curated by Marco Sannini

Rhythmic-Symphonic Orchestra of the S. Pietro a Majella Conservatory in Naples

percussion Giovanni Imparato

director Mariano Patti

Friday 4th November

Researchers & Fantasies for wind instruments,

voice and keyboards Wind ensemble San Pietro a Majella

in the voice of Adria Mortari

piano Salvatore Biancardi, Enrico Massa

Tommaso Rossi recorder

director Eugenio Ottieri

music by GF Telemann, JS Bach, G. Panariello, K. Weill

Wednesday 9th November

Franck, Bossi, and the Neapolitan School of Organists / Composers

As part of the celebrations for the bicentary of the birth of César Franck (1822-1890)

organ Roberto Canali, Elisabetta De Caro, Yumi Kyo, Livia Mazzanti

music by C. Franck, ME Bossi, A. Cece, G. D’Onofrio, FM Napolitano

Friday 11th November

NonsoloEva Concert of music and readings.

In collaboration with Progetto Invisibilitat Sonora / Valencia

curated by Alessandra Ciccaglioni and Maria Luisa Bigai

choir director Milena Setola

Wednesday 16th November

Salut d’amour: homage to the Neapolitan school

viola Alfonso Avitabile

harp Lucia di Sapio

music by F. Lebano, G. Caramiello, S. Mercadante, G. Martucci, G. Panariello, P. Marrone, M. Salerno, R. Altieri, P. Condorelli, L. De Migno

Friday 18th November

star party

curated by Ivana Fusco and Emma Innacoli

soprano Adriana Cordua, Stefania Mazza

piano Ivana Fusco

music by C. Debussy, F. Poulenc, E. Satie, R. Hahn

Saturday 19th November

Concert of the Masters of the Double Bass Master Class

coordinated by Ermanno Calzolari

Thierry Barbé, Alberto Bocini, Ermanno Calzolari, Dorin Marc, Gabriele Ragghianti

Wednesday 23 November

Space in musical time

Aldo Ferrantini flute

Angelo Miele accordion

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music by W. Richter, JS Bach, H. Ambrosius, A. Piazzolla, J. Williams, E. Morricone, G. Hermosa

Friday 25th November

C. Saint-Saëns: Parade for pianists and… other animals

piano Salvatore Biancardi, Ivana Fusco

music by C. Saint-Saëns

The Concerts of the Conservatory 2022

When From 21 September to 25 November 2022 at 6 pm

Dove Conservatory of San Pietro a Majella (Sala Scarlatti) – Naples

Cost Free admission (subject to availability)


Author: Donatella Alonzi

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