The waltz: birth and ascension
"Living in Vienna it is not possible not to be exposed to its most iconic dance: the Walzer.
Still, even though a portion of its history and characteristics is very well known, the great picture of its birth, development and end is much larger and richer. Together we are going to discover all of it, in a Protected content long trip through the lifetime of the most glorious dance of Europe.
After our music talk we will enjoy some chat together and of course a toast!”
Giacomo is our host, a 27-year-old Italian classical violinist and music teacher: "During and after my graduation in conservatory in Como I attended for years the history of music courses held by the well-known professor Alberto Batisti (one of the most important Italian music historians), where I learnt to look at music as a piece of culture, and experienced the communication of the joy and the wonder born by a greater understanding and immersion into it.
I have been working for more than a year in the diffusion of a good and solid knowledge of classical music without demanding any base preparation from my audience, teaching its history and how to listen with greater awareness and enjoyment."
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