From 19-21 June, as part of the AMANT‘s programme, the Music Conservatories of Bologna and Seville will conclude their exchange programme dedicated to Baroque music .
The same four students from the Music Conservatory G.B. Martini, who participated in the project in Bologna last April, will visit the Spanish city accompanied by their teacher Igino Conforzi, baroque trumpet teacher for antique instruments.
The soprano Francesca Santi, flutist Sara Dallolio, baroque violinist Joanna Piszczorowicz and harpsichordist Fabio Luppi will join their Spanish colleagues, members of the Quinteto Abdelazer de Sevilla, and follow the “II Seminario de Interpretación de la Música Antigua” a programme of practical exercises held by professors of the Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla: violinist Valentín Sánchez, flutist Guillermo Peñalver, soprano Rocío de Frutos and harpsichordist Alejandro Casal.
As a result of the exchange programme and on the occasion of the “Dia de la Musica” as well, on June 21 the Italian students will perform together with the Quinteto Abdelazer for a final concert at the beautiful Iglesia de la Anunciación.
Among the authors: Vivaldi, Agrell, Cesti and Purcell.
The initiative is due to the collaboration between Bologna and Seville, both UNESCO Creative Cities of Music, and AMANT – Academia de Música Antigua, Universidad de Sevilla, an education programme for young musicians organized by the Orquesta Barroca and the University of Seville.
It is directed at young talents enrolled in the Music Conservatory “Manuel Castillo” in the last two years and offers a rich schedule of classes, workshops, conferences and master-classes focused on Baroque music.
Pics from the concert:
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