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PIANO CONCERT: The Romanticism of Schubert & Schumann

Hosted by the Consul of the Rome Exclusive Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 28 Sep 20:30 - 22:30

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An evening, a trip, a musical excursion through the sublime notes of two great composers of the romantic period: Schubert and Schumann.
The main protagonist of their productions was the piano that became the main instrument throughout the 19th century.
Schubert's music for piano is a real lounge music, the "Schubertiadi" were indeed evenings in which the Viennese composer gathered several friends and played some of his works for them.
In the work of Robert Schumann, a major place occupy the piano compositions. Schumann's piano writing, characterized by impetuous and tumultuous impulses on one side, by a delicate and dreamy atmosphere on the other, demands the utmost commitment from the performer, from a technical and interpretative point of view.
The technical fact is never an end in itself, the rhythm is precise, but requires a maximum of flexibility on the part of the pianist, while the melodic lines are frequent and fragmented and almost always supported by a lyrical emphasis that invests the whole composition .
Filippo Tenisci,
from November Protected content studies at the AIMART Academy in Rome with the famous pianist and Maestro Daniel Rivera.
He has been awarded in several International Competitions, including: Together for Fare, City of Tarquinia, 7 Roman Notes, Dinu Lipatti, 88 Keys, Notes in Harmony, International Music Competition "City of Pesaro", City of Magliano Sabina and Visconti.
In Protected content ranked third at the "Resonances" International Competition in Paris.
He has performed in several prestigious concert halls such as the Academic Hall of the Santa Cecilia Conservatory, the Music Park of St. Cecilia, the Teatro Italia in Rome, the Geneva Conservatory, and the Liszt Hall of the Academy of Hungary.
There our group participated numerous last June 6th.
Personally I loved Filippo in Litsz performance and Ludwig von Beethoven: Sonata op. 27 no.1
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