From the 18th to the 21st of June 2015, the conservatories of Bologna and Seville are going to conclude their exchange project on Baroque Music AMANT. The Conservatory of Music G.B. Martini is sending in the Spanish city the three students who already took part to the project in Bologna, in April, along with their professors: Daniele Salvatore, teaching recorder, transverse flute and ensemble music for early musical instruments and Silvia Rambaldi, teaching harpsichord.
The harpsichordist Chiara Cattani and the singers Ewa Gubanska and Jesùs Rodil will join their Spanish colleagues Elena VALLECILLO Postigo, María Cristina DOMÍNGUEZ Asperilla and Francisco Daniel ESPAÑA Arjona, attending a rich schedule of practice exercises held by the professors of the Conservatory of Music “Manuel Castillo”: violin lessons with Alexis Aguado, of cellos with Mercedes Ruiz, of singing with the soprano Rocío de Frutos and of basso continuo with Patricia González. In conclusion of the exchange program, all the six students will perform together, along with other musicians, for a final concert taking place on the 21st of June, in occasion of the celebrations of the European Music Day.
The initiative is part of AMANT – Academia de Música Antigua, Universidad de Sevilla, an education program for young musicians organized by the Baroque Orchestra and by the University of Seville. The program is addressed to talented students enrolled in the last two years of the Music Conservatory “Manuel Castillo” and offers a rich schedule of classes, workshops, conferences and master-classes focused on Baroque music.
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