The Bologna Baroque ensemble, composed by Francesco Iorio (violin), Antonio Mostacci (cello), Antonello Manzo (cello), Paolo Potì (harpsichord), will be guest at the prestigious Soochov University School of Music in Suzhou, China, the first week of March 2017. The aim is lecture-concerts with students and professors to present the great Bolognese musical heritage of the period between 1600 and 1750.
Oboist and teacher of Soochov University, Juan Manuel Garcia will work with the bolognese ensemble in a concert open to the public at the end of the week of study. In addition, the programme will include a concert-conference on Antonio Vandini (1691-1778), most excellent bolognese cellist, a omnia publication of sonatas (CD and paper score) being about to be launched by the same Bologna Baroque.
The project aims to promote knowledge and dissemination of the Bolognese musical Baroque.
Bologna Baroque, member of the association Enea Progetti Migranti, is one of the 19 projects selected in the call for internationalisation of Bolognese music 2016/17, to help musicians, artists and other workers to perform on an international stage, through participation in festivals, tours and exchanges.
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