Belle Epoque music enters the seventh edition of the review of “The Garden of Public Readings … and not only» and on Monday August 28, at 21.15, in the enchanting Cloister Garden of Convitto GB Vico, available from the historic school directed by Prof. Paola Di Renzo, hosts the concert WHEN MUSIC BECOMES AN ELIXIR – An engaging “musical journey” among the magical atmospheres of the Belle Epoque.
The evening organized by the Fairy Consort, chaired by Luca Dragani, hosts the Venetian band TRIO BELL’ELIXIR with Stefano Casaccia Flauti, Roberta Bortolin Pianoforte, Claudio Gasparoni Viola da gamba, highly eclectic artists with high professionalism due to their long concert practice . of all musical genres and styles which led them to perform successfully in various parts of the world.
Since its foundation, the “Bell’Elixir” Ensemble has experienced an osmosis of taste by developing the pleasure of dialogue between artists and audience: having fun playing, engaging the listener, involving everyone, experts and non-experts, in an atmosphere. cultured entertainment.
Bell’Elixir has created a free arrangement of some of the most famous pieces that characterized the music in the magical and carefree period of the Belle Epoque, located between 1880 and 1920 in Central Europe with music by Offenbach, Lehar, Strauss, Ranzato. They are also joined by classical writers of Neapolitan music: Costa, Lama, De Curtis, Di Capua and songs inspired by the Carnival of Venice by Paganini and Mendelsshon.
Entry to the initiative is free, no booking required.
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