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Chitarra & Voce



Chitarra & Voce

Concerto di Riccardo Tamai e Alessandra Caruccio

2015 Chamber Concerts

PROGRAM Tàrrega:Memory of Alhambra Palace De Falla:7 Canciones Populares Españolas Sor:Introduction and Variations on a Theme from “The Magic Flute” of Mozart Rodrìgo:Tres canciones españolas - En Jerez de la Frontera - De ronda - Adela Bizet:Aria from Carmen Intermission Tàrrega:Preludes Villa Lobos:Bachianas Brasileira n.5 Tàrrega:Capriccio Arabo Barrios:La Catedral Rodrìgo:Zapateado Velazquez:Besame Mucho Gershwin:Summertime * PROGRAM IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE RICCARDO TAMAI, guitar He began his studies at the “Cesare Pollini” Conservatory in Padua, where he studied untill middle graduation. He received his final diploma at the “A.Steffani” Conservatory, Castelfranco Veneto (Italy). He then furthered his guitar technique for four years at the Francisco Tàrrega Academy of Guitar Interpretation, Pordenone, with Stefano Viola and Paolo Pegoraro. He also attended several masterclasses held by internationally-renowned artists such as Alvaro Pierri, Carlo Marchione, the Gruber-Maklar duo, David Russel and Manuel Barrueco. He shared his love and passion for music by teaching classical guitar to students in Italy from 2004 to 2009 at a number of public music schools. In the summers of 2009 and 2010 he was awarded a diploma with merit from the prestigious Chigiana Academy Siena, in the class held by Oscar Ghiglia. As admirer of Master Stefano Grondona, one of the greatest modern musicians, Riccardo Tamai perfected his technique in concert performance. Since Autumn 2009, he has gained considerable experience abroad, giving concerts and teaching classes in the United States, Europe and Asia. In Spring 2013 he played as special guest soloist with the internationally renowned Italian chamber orchestra “I Solisti Veneti” in a tour touching the most attractive concert halls in China (Shanghai, Guangzhou) and Hong Kong. During Autumn 2014, he presented the classical guitar in a Solo Guitar Recital tour (Xi'An Concert Hall, QingHai Grand Theather, Lanzhou Gansu Grand Theatre, Guangzhou Opera House, Shanghai Oriental Art Center - SHOAC) achieving great success among the audience. Margherita Settimo, mezzosoprano Margherita Settimo is an Italian mezzosoprano; she holds a degree (with honours) in piano performance from the Conservatorio of Novara, and recently graduated cum laude at the Faculty of Performing Arts (DAMS) of the University of Turin. She performed the role of Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini directed by M. Mirabella at Teatro Petruzzelli of Bari and also in Bologna; Cenerentola’s cover in Cenerentola by Rossini also in Bari directed by M. Abbado and conducted by E. Pidò. She sang in Italiana in Algeri by Rossini at Teatro Regio in Turin and in Tito Manlio by Vivaldi at Teatro Alighieri at Ravenna conducted by S. Montanari. She was Carmen in Carmen by Bizet in Lecco (2014) and Cherubino in Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart at Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza conducted by G.Rigon and directed by A.Petris. Besides, she interpreted the part of Maddalena in Rigoletto by Verdi directed by M.Pezzutti at Teatro Civico of La Spezia and in Opern Air Festspiel in Gars am Kamp (Austria), Tigrana in Edgar by Puccini in Milano, Charlotte in Werther by Massenet, Musico in Manon Lescaut by Puccini conducted by D. Renzetti at Teatro dell’ Opera in Rome and Suzuki in Madama Butterfly by Puccini touring through Germany. She played the part of Flora in La Traviata directed by H. Brockhaus with Svoboda’s scenography at Ascoli Piceno conducted by G. Bisanti; she sang in Medea by Cherubini conducted by M. Guidarini at Teatro Antico of Taormina during Taormina Art Festival and Dido in Dido and Aeneas by Purcell conducted by G. Jimenez at Sala Verdi in Milano. Moreover, she sang in Il Viaggio a Reims by Rossini conducted by C. Franklin and directed by E. Sagi at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro; Jennie Hildebrand in Street Scene by Weill conducted by J. Mauceri and directed by G. Gallione; Maria Barbara in Blimunda by Corghi conducted by W. Humburg and directed by J. Savary at Teatro Regio of Turin; she was the main singer in Magma by Coccioli conducted by D. Fedeli and directed by G. Dall’Aglio at Teatro Rossini; she sang in Le Presenze Ridicole by F. Lattuada conducted by G. M. Guida and directed by A. Lattuada at Teatro Coccia of Novara and Cherubino in Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart under Claudio Desderi’s guidance. She was the main soloist in L. Arruga’s shows concerning Mozart, Goldoni and Hazon during the Ravenna Festival, Solisti Veneti from Padova, Orchestra Filarmonica from Friuli Venezia Giulia, Auditorium of Milano. She sang together with G. Gaslini interpreting his Lieder Book and Song Book and in a recital with A. Ceccato playing the piano; a soloist with R Gandolfi, L. Magiera, J. Swann, M. Palumbo for Amici del Museo Teatrale La Scala of Milano, Sala Verdi of Milano, Teatro Comunale of Modena, Teatro Regio of Torino, Opera de Nice, Musica per Roma, Teatro Puccini of Merano, Wiener Musikhochschule, Accademia Filarmonica of Bologna, etc. She sang with Ezio Bosso in his show “A day in another world”. She was the only one who passed successfully the International Lyrical Competition “G. Pacini”; she won the first prize at the International Lyrical Competition “A. Catalani” at Ostra (President of Jury: Leone Magiera), the first prize at the International Lyrical Competition “Debut at Merano” and the Absolute First Prize at the International Lyrical Competition in Alessandria (President of Jury: M. Abbado). She recorded a selection of mezzosoprano arias by Rossini and rare French Opera arias for UNIVERSAL BMG RICORDI and for LA BOTTEGA DISCANTICA, and G. Gaslini, Storie di Sto, with and by G. Gaslini.

Sul biglietto


Data: Lun 5 Ott 2015

Orario: Dalle 19:45 alle 21:30

Organizzato da : Central Cargo; Altamira Guitar Foundation; Arsnova

In collaborazione con : Istituto Italiano di Cultura Shanghai


Performance Hall, Shanghai Oriental Art Center, N.425 Dingxiang Road, Pudong District, Shanghai