student marathon | at the Polytechnic

The student marathon continues as part of the 30th season of Polincontri Musica edition 2021/2022, the second round is scheduled for Monday 16 May 2022, again starting at 15.30. After two years of suspension of this initiative, the programming of the usual marathon has returned by popular demand, which sees the students of the Politecnico protagonists on the stage of the Aula Magna of the Polytechnic in their performance in any form and musical genre: from pop to rock to the so-called classical and with all types of training: from soloism to chamber music to the band.

Since the program is very large, two sessions have been scheduled, the second of which is Monday 16 May 2022 also starting at 3.30 pm with the part more properly dedicated to the ‘classic’ from 5 pm to about 7.30 pm. Free admission.

Here is the detail of the second day of the students’ marathon scheduled for the 30th season of Polincontri Musica 2021/22, Monday 16 May 2022.

16/05/2022 – concert – 3.30 pm
Student marathon
3.30 pm
3.30 pm
Luca Bertocchi piano, Lucrezia Mancino vocals, Lino Mediavilla drums, Diego Iozzia bass,
Raghav Sharma guitar
Frank Sinatra Fly me to the moon
Adele Rolling in the deep by

Asia Ruggeri piano and voice
Mahmood & Blanco Chills
Gazelles Sparks
Cesare Cremonini The new Broadway star
Federico De Sario guitar and voice
Federico De Sario Encierro, I have nothing else, A little bit of me, Stay afloat
Marco Testa piano, Emma Lombardi voice
Fabrizio De André The player Jones
Luigi Tenco I fell in love with you
Emma Stone La La Land. Audition (The fools who dream)
Riccardo Ranzani guitar and voice, Sevji Erdene violin
Glen Hansard Falling slowly
Riccardo Ranzani Knitted life

about 17.00
Lorenzo Bosica accordion
Alain Musichini / Richard Galliano Song for Joss
Lorenzo Bosica accordion, Nicolò Briatico violin, Filippo Triassi piano
Astor Piazzolla Libertango
Francesco Esposito classical guitar
Johann Kaspar Mertz The Remembrance, Estarellas, Estudio III
Eleonora Canzian classical guitar
Agostinho dos Santos / Antônio Carlos Jobim A Felicidade (arr. R. Dyend)
Silvia Cavallotto and Alice Molino violins, Clelia Azzara viola, Chiara Burrogano cello,
Marco Cucinotta piano
Robert Schumann Quintet in E flat major op. 44 (first movement)
Dario Di Gregorio piano
Dario Di Gregorio Music from the underground
Alfredo Baione piano, Chiara Burrogano cello
Alfredo Baione Sonata op. 5
Alfredo Baione piano
Father Antonio Soler Sonata in C minor R 100
Sonata in D minor R 104
Flavia Fubini piano
Fryderyk Chopin Scherzo n. 3 in C sharp minor op. 39
Matteo Moschelli piano
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sonata in C minor K 457 (first and third movements)
Silvio Rossini piano, Philip List violin
Johannes Brahms Hungarian dance in F sharp minor n. 5

Silvio Rossini piano
Franz Schubert Improvviso in A flat major op. 90 n. 4
Gaetano Ciraulo piano
Franz Liszt from Légendes R 17: n. 2 Saint-François by Paule marchand sur les flots
Lorenzo Aronne piano
Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata in D minor op. 31 n. 2 ‘The Tempest’ (first movement)
Lorenzo Aronne Prelude ‘Urbes cordis’

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