The street music festival overwhelms Adria

ADRIA – A “tsunami” of music will invade the Etruscan city on Saturday evening with the students of the Buzzolla conservatory who will perform at the same time in the most evocative places of the historic center.

All this is “Adria street music festivalFirst edition, organized in collaboration with the municipal administration and in partnership with BancAdria Colli Euganei. Coordination by the student Maria Temporin. The teachers: Renata Benvengù, Ambrogio De Palma, Alberto Franchin, Paolo Ghetti, Alberto La Rocca, Chiara Liuzzi, Valerio Maini, Maria Chiara Nonnato, Roberto Scaltriti, Paolo Trampetti, Stefano Torchio and Francesca Vidal collaborated.

The event was presented a few days ago at Palazzo Tassoni in the presence of the mayor Omar Barbierato, the president of the Mara Belletta conservatory and the director Paolo Zoccarato.

Zen Gardens. At 9 pm the opera singers perform with piano accompaniment. From Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro”: third act sextet “E ‘decisa la lite” with soprano Giulia Rosso, mezzo-soprano Lisa Malusa, tenor Cesare Chioetto, baritones Francesco Pizzo and Denis Forasacco, bass Dario Bevacqua; third act duet “Canzonetta sull’aria” with soprano Dong Jie and Xiao LiangYi; from Mozart’s “Don Giovanni”: first act, duet “La ci darem la mano” with soprano Wu Shuting and baritone Tobia Mantovani; from “La Cenerentola” by Rossini: second act duet “A secret of importance” with the baritones Denis Forasacco and Francesco Pizzo; from “L’Elisir d’amore” by Donizetti: second act scene with choir “Sarìa possible” with the soprano Anna Bergamin and the choir for “Le avide lavandaie”; from “I puritani” by Bellini: second act duet “You play the trumpet and intrepid” with the baritone Tobia Mantovani and the bass Jiang Yu; from “Lakme” by Delibes: first act duet “Dôme èpais, le jasmin” with soprano Margherita Ferrarese and mezzo-soprano Lara Breggion; from “Les contes d’Hoffmann by Offendach”: fourth act duet “Belle nuit, o nuit d’amour” with soprano Elene Sanadze and mezzo-soprano Wu Ylei; from “La Traviata” by Verdi: first act duet “Libiamo ne ‘lieti calici” with soprano Cecilia Padovani and tenor Lang Jundi; at the piano Cesare Alberto Chioetto and Erlend Auestad.

At 10 pm the solo pianists perform: Elisa Tedeschi with Grieg’s “Gade”, Liszt’s “Consolazione”; Chiara Cerioni with “Studio Op. 15 n. 9 ”by Bortkiewicz,“ Rondo Op. 59 ”by Kabalewsky; Anna Garfagnini with Liszt’s “Sospiro”; Jiangfeng He with Schumann’s “Träumerei Op. 15 No. 7” and Wang’s “Liuyang River”; Maria Temporin with Debussy’s “Reflets dans l’eau” and “Romanza senza parole op. 67 n.2 “by Mendelssohn; Tommaso Bego with Copland’s “The Cat and the Mouse”; Chiara Campana with “Intermezzo n.1 op. 117 “andante moderato by Brahms and” Second movement of the sonata Patetica n. 8 op 13 ”by Beethoven; coordination by Roberto Scaltriti and Francesca Vidal.

Piazza Cavour. At 9 pm the solo guitarists perform: Samuele Fontana with “Allegro resoluto” from Paganini’s “Grand sonata MS3”; Luca Rossi with Cardoso’s “Milonga” and “Gavotte en Rondeau BWV 1006”; Gabriele D’Adamo with “Fugue n. 1 “by Leo Brower and” Tango en skai “by Roland Dyens”; Francesco Bellarosa with Mertz’s “Polacca n.2” and Legnani’s “Scherzo Op. 10”; Lila Perez Forte with “Obsequio a el Maestro” by Castelnuovo-Tedesco and “Alfonsina y el Mar” by Ariel Ramirez; Nicholas Nebuloni with Dionisio Aguado’s “Rondò Brilliant Op.2 n.2” and “Fandango” by Joaquin Rodrigo; Simone Evar with “Great heroic sonata op. 150 “by Giuliani; Tao Lin with Bach’s “Fugue BWV1000”; Vanessa Bernardi with Kozlov’s Ballad for Beautiful Elena and Vassiliev’s Elegies; coordination by Alberto La Rocca.

Piazzetta Groto. At 9 pm the stringed instrument ensemble performs: Alessandro Pietro Dore and Lorenzo Elia Piva with Rossini’s “Duet for cello and double bass”; Elia Lorenzini, Paolo Aram Goganyan, Giulia Naccari and Alessandro Pietro Dore with “Quartet for strings in F major op.18 n.1” allegro con brio and affectionate and passionate adagio of Beethoven, “Quartet for strings in D major n.2” cheerful moderate by Borodin; coordination by Alberto Franchin and Maria Chiara Nonnato. The concert is repeated at 10pm.

Garibaldi square. At 9pm the Adria wind ensemble performed, directed by Maini. Participants: flutes Aurora Bernardinelli, Marcello Bizzi and Arianna Tenanti; oboe Mirko Zoboli; clarinets Sofia Felisatti, Enrico Gibin, Roberta Laorenti, Alessia Maini, Anna Marchesan, Enrico Moretti, Maddalena Paganin, Marco Perboni, Sofia Rossato, Elisa Tedeschi and Marco Vallese; bassoons Simone Barbieri and Giuseppe Bianchini; soprano sax Anna Cavaliere; alto sax Andrea Lipsi, Pietro Pagliai, Adele Panizzolo, David Piva and Roberta Scarpa: Robin Bagnolati, Sofia Maini, Fabrizio Marchesan and Maria Grazia Zabeo trumpets; flugelhorn sopranos Christian Usini and Francesco; tenor flugelhorn Morena Boschetto; horn Graziano Maini; euphonium Tommaso Varagnolo; tube Ruggero De Piccoli, Marco Varagnolo and Alfredo Zoboli; percussion Simone Bozzato and Thomas Campagna. Concert program: Bach’s “Bist du bei mir” with arrangement by Anne McGinty; “Actium” by Anne McGinty, “Oblivion” by Piazzolla, arranged by Lorenzo Bocci; Anne McGinty’s “Green Mountain Rhapsody”; “Adagio” by Albinoni arranged by Jacob De Haan; “Il Postino from the movie soundtrack” by Bacalov, Del Turco and Margheri, arranged by Lorenzo Pusceddu; “The Mission” (Gabriel’s Oboe) by Ennio Morricone arranged by José Salazar; Rob Ares’ “Cantabile for winds”; “Disney’s magical marches” arranged by Eric Osterling. All2 22 the Saxophone Quartet performs with Roberta Scarpa alto sax 1, Anna Cavaliere alto sax 2, Pietro Pagliai alto sax 3 and maestro Paolo Trampetti baritone sax. Program: “The light of all our seeing” from “St. John passion chorale ”by Bach; “Concerto Waltz” from von Weber’s “Oberon”; Flemming’s “God rest you merry gentlemen”, “Christmas Carol of Merrie England in the days of the crusades” and “Traditional integer vitae”; “Wand’ring one” from Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance”. Coordinated by Valerio Maini and Paolo Trampetti.

Braghin Gallery. At 9 pm the jazz ensemble performed with Margherita Valtorta voice, Laura Benvenuti piano and voice, Cristian Araya Osorio electric bass. Program: Creamer’s “After You’ve Gone” and “Turner Layton”; Marks’ “All of me” and “Seymour Simons”; Hammerstein II’s “All the things you are” and “Jerome Kern”; Young, King, Van Alstyne and Gillespie’s “Beautiful Love”; Rodgers and Hart’s “Blue Moon” and “Do it the hard way”; Rainger and Robin’s “Easy Living”; Klenner and Lewis’s “Just Friend”; Mulligan’s “Line for Lions”; Davis, Ramirez and Sherman’s “Lover Man”; “Moon River” by Mancini and Mercer; “On the sunny side of the street” by Waller, McHugh and Fields. Coordinated by Paolo Ghetti and Chiara Liuzzi.

Piazzetta Oberdan. At 10 pm the choir and string ensemble directed by Stefano Torchio perform Mozart’s Ave verum corpus, Bach’s Jesus bleibet meine Freude, Bruckner’s Locus iste and Rutter’s The lord bless you and keep you. Protagonists: the sopranos Sofia Compagnin, Aurora Pozzato, Anna Turato, Giulia Voltolina, Shuting Wu, Aurora Pozzato, Giulia Rosso, Elene Sanadze, Anna Banzato and Maria Vittoria Rigon; altos Vittoria Braga, Lila Perez, Yilei Wu, Francesca Cavallari, Syria Bettelle and Anna Pavanello; tenors Gianluca Bergamasco, Federico De Nard, Samuele Fontana, Marco Manfron, Niko Pagan, Samuele Pizzo, Mosè Padovani and Jundi Lang; basses Lucio Alberghina, Thomas Campagna, Gabriele D’Adamo, Denis Forasacco, Vedran Galicic, Francesco Pizzo, Michele Pizzo, Luca Rossi and Erlend Auestad; first violins Rachele Crozzoletto, Agnese Sassetto and maestro Gianluca Baruffa; second violins Stella Bellemo, Alice Beltrame, Anna Turato and maestro Maria Chiara Nonnato; violas Francesca Nonnato and Lisa Scuttali; Sara Boccato cellos; double bass Filippo Benvegnù; oboe Agnese Stoppa; bassoon Francesco Pizzo; guitar Pietro Levin; coordination by Stefano Torchio.

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