the indigo quartet at the tomadini conservatory on 22 November Events in Udine

It is tradition of the conservatories to dedicate, in the month of November, a concerto to Santa Cecilia patroness of music. Long abandoned by the Jacopo Tomadini Conservatory of Udine, the event is being revived this year, thanks to the director professor Flavia BrunettoTuesday 22 in the Sala Vivaldi of Palazzo Ottelio at 18, with the performance of the prestigious Indigo Quartet born in the School of Music of Fiesole and considered by international critics as one of the most interesting Italian string quartets. Made up of musicians Eleonora Matsuno and Ida Di Vita on violin, Jamiang Santi on viola and Cosimo Carovani on cello, the Indaco Quartet has specialized under the guidance of exponents of the most important quartets of our time. In Udine he will perform a program that includes the Quartet in C minor n.4 op.18 by Ludwig van Beethoven and the Quartet in G major D887 by Franz Schubert. For information: 0432502755.


In 2017, Indaco obtained a master’s degree in chamber music at the Musikhochschule in Hannover and also specialized in the famous Accademia Chigiana with which he collaborates by holding concerts in Italy and abroad where he has obtained important international awards. The Indaco Quartet offers a vast repertoire, from classical to contemporary, with a particular focus on 19th and 20th century authors and carries out constant and in-depth research on Italian authors as well as dedicating itself to the dissemination of new musical languages. He is a guest of prestigious festivals and musical institutions such as the Quirinale Concerts in Rome, the Quartet Society of Milan, the “Tuscan musical landscapes” Festival, the “Festival dei due Mondi” in Spoleto, the Stradivari Festival, the Unione Musicale of Turin, the Society of the Quartet of Bergamo. In addition, he also performs regularly in Germany, Switzerland, France, Ireland, Kuwait, Latvia, Sweden, Portugal, Spain and Holland. In 2020 he released his first Album, dedicated to northern music, entitled “Northern Lights” with works by Grieg, Sallinen, Rachmaninov and Cosimo Carovani with a work dedicated to the quartet. This year, in addition to the “Miniature” album, the release of a new concept album “Songs from a lost world” is scheduled, composed of arrangements, by the same quartet, of medieval, Renaissance, European folklore and songs composed hoc.

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