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Thursday 10 march 2022 | h 20
Friday 11 march 2022 | h 20

Monica Bacelli
e Trio Metamorphosi

Teatro La Fenice | Sale Apollinee

Thursday 10 march 2022 | h 20
Friday 11 march 2022 | h 20

Monica Bacelli
e Trio Metamorphosi

Teatro La Fenice | Sale Apollinee

Performers

Monica Bacelli soprano


TRIO METAMORPHOSI

Mauro Loguercio violino

Francesco Pepicelli violoncello

Angelo Pepicelli pianoforte

 

Programme

Franz Joseph Haydn

Trio in mi maggiore Hob. XV:29

 

Ludwig van Beethoven

Dieci Variazioni Kakadu

 

Franz Joseph Haydn

da Scots songs e Scottish airs (selezione)

 

Ludwig van Beethoven

dai 25 Schottische Lieder op. 108 (selezione)

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Informations

Numbered tickets

  • Full price: € 25

  • Reduced: € 15 (over 65, Teatro La Fenice subscription holders)

  • Reduced: € 10 (under 30)

Monica Bacelli

Monica Bacelli studied with Maria Vittoria Romano and Donato Martorella and graduated from the Conservatory of Pescara. After winning the Concorso Belli, she made her debut in Spoleto as Cherubino and Dorabella. Since then her career has taken her to major theatres in Italy and throughout the world including La Scala Milan, the Vienna State Opera, the Salzburg Festival, Covent Garden, and San Francisco and to leading orchestras including the Berlin Philharmonic, the Concertgebouw Amsterdam and the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. Conductors with whom she has collaborated include Abbado, Bychkov, Chailly, Dudamel, Harding, Mehta, Muti, Ozawa, Pappano, Rattle and Bolton.

Trio Metamorphosi

The name of the Trio is a hymn to the continuous process of change, so necessary in the artistic sphere. And it intends to underline the progressive growth of a chamber ensemble never enslaved to the habit, indeed, always ready to get involved with the desire to create unique perspectives in each performance. The three musicians also boast other previous chamber music experiences of the highest order: in duo (cello and piano), in string quartet, as well as collaborations with the likes of Magaloff, Pires and the same Meneses. They perform in many of the most prestigious sales in the world, from the Berlin Philharmonic to the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, from the Salle Gaveau in Paris to the Suntory Hall in Tokyo, from the Carnegie Hall in New York to the Coliseum in Buenos Aires.

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