Here comes the third date of the “Di nota in nota” series: events, concerts and talks that will lead us to the Orchestra Mozart Festival in April 2018.
The event will take place on January the 20th at the Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna (via Guerrazzi 13) and the programme is most articulated! We begin at 4 pm with a guided tour to discover the many wonders of Palazzi Carrati: the halls, the collections with ancient instruments and memorabilia, the archive with invaluable documents such as the famous Mozart’s homework, the original manuscript of Rossini’s Cenerentola and much more. The guided tour is free but the number of participants is limited; to book your seat write an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
At 6 pm we have the pleasure to host a talk with Giordano Montecchi - musicologist and music critic - and OM's flautist Mattia Petrilli. Together they will talk about the “orchestra life”: how do you become an orchestra member? How does it feel like to grow up playing in an orchestra such as the OM? Moreover, they will begin talking about the Orchestra Mozart Festival programme by analyzing the repertoire of the Chamber Music concert (due on April the 7th, 2018).
We are pleased to announce that the fourth event of the “Di nota in nota” series will take place on Friday the 5th in Imola! We will replicate the beautiful chamber music concert that took place on December the 16th at the Conservatorio G. B. Martini in the prestigious Accademia Pianistica, in palazzo Monsignani Sassatelli. The concert will begin at 8.45 pm, to book your seat send an email at email@example.com The event is free and will see as protagonists the Solisti dell’Orchestra Mozart (Giacomo Tesini, Nicola Bignami, violins; Sara Marzadori, viola; Luca Bacelli, cello; Massimo Guidetti, piano) performing Antonín Dvořák’s Piano quintet n. 2 in A major op. 81.
Reminder: tickets and subscriptions for the OM Festival are available at Teatro Manzoni box office (Tue-Sat, 3-6.30 pm) and online on vivaticket.it