The famous Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi is flanked by the Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas of Astor Piazzolla: the unpublished and world premiere sequence, commissioned to Igor Zobin by TRIESTECLASSICA APS, alternates and amalgamates the "Seasons-Estaciones", outlining exciting timing and stylistic leaps. Multivisions, Giovanni and Claudio Tuti.
The Giuseppe Verdi Theatre, which has always been a symbol of Italian city cultural identity and at the same time the interpreter of the cosmopolitanism of Trieste, brings the works of Central European composers to the public's awareness. This will be the backdrop to the musical vision that the Sonas Duo will offer us.
Muggia Vecchia Archaeological Park, Salita Muggia Vecchia, 53
The intimate and profound research that animated Bach in the drafting of his last masterpiece takes on a metaphysical connotation, supported by the absence of an instrumental destination. Philip Glass finds, in the refined sound dimension of the string quartet, a space of intimate reflection in which the clarity of writing magnificently develops the iterative architectures of the minimalist language.
The worst thing for an artist? Betraying one's vision and therefore being false. There are many visions in music, and each is "right" if it leads to results and has a value. So, what are the visions of Franco Margola and Astor Piazzolla?
The Aires Quartet, the accordions offer an original and unprecedented repertoire that draws inspiration from the purest essentials - the four elements - to evoke the imaginative power of music and its inherent communicative immediacy. Production and organisation by Trieste Classica Aps.
A duo meets, cello and double bass. A sonic journey through an interchange of songs that generate a strong contrast between clarity and darkness.
If the term "vision" refers to a process of elaboration of an external stimulus, it is then correct to reflect on what kind of consequences it can originate in the creative work of an artist.
An unconventional vision of Italian and European twentieth century music, in the footsteps of those composers who have decided to express themselves by deepening the language of tradition rather than encroaching on the territories of the avant-gardes.