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Concerto del duo Bartoli (Piano) - Fast (Violin)

Hosted by the Consul of the Tokyo Music Lovers Group
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Fri 15 Sep 17:50 - 21:30

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La musica dei Ricordi". Concerto del duo Bartoli - Fast

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Programma
Frescobaldi-Respighi: Passacaglia
Verdi – Fumagalli: La Traviata: melodia variata
Verdi – Liszt: Salve Maria de Jerusalem
Damarati: Fantasia per violino e pianoforte "Rimembranze del Giappone" - Prima esecuzione assoluta

Chopin - Plylar: Etude Op.25 No.7 in c sharp minor, arranged for the Left Hand alone - Prima esecuzione assoluta
Protected content spianato and Grand Polonaise brillante Op. 22
Liszt: Funérailles (Harmonie Poétiques et Religieuses)
Protected content Jeux d'eau à la Villa d'Este
Protected content Galop Chromatique
Interpreti: Sandro Ivo Bartoli (pianoforte), Debra Fast (violino)

Date: 15 September Protected content
Concert Start 18:30

Door Open: 18:00
Performance Starts: 18:30
Close : 20:00
Light Meal: 20:15 – 21:30 (Your option)

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Sandro Ivo Bartoli

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Sandro Ivo Bartoli (born February 10, Protected content Pisa) is an Italian pianist.
From the early Protected content , Bartoli has rediscovered, played and recorded Italian classical music from the early twentieth century, leading a fashion. His performance of the concertos of Respighi (Bedford, Protected content , Malipiero (London, Protected content Casella Protected content , was followed by the first modern production in the United States of Ottorino Respighi's Toccata for piano and orchestra, with the Johnson City Symphony under Lewis Dalvit which was broadcast live by PBS and added to PBS' Great Performances series.[2] After this success, Bartoli signed his first recording contract, with ASV, for an album of the piano works of Malipiero, and, the following year, a recording of music by Casella.[2]
In Protected content , he performed in Sweden, then Norway with concerts at the Bergen festival and the Grieg Museum. He joined with Italian composer Antonio Tabucchi, for a production at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris and then the Festival of Aix-en-Provence to a positive reception. In Protected content , he performed in Germany, where his interpretation of Beethoven's Emperor Concerto was acclaimed ("such a performance of the Emperor concerto had not been heard for more than a decade" wrote the Thüringer Allgemeine), then he went to the UK, where he played Rachmaninoff's Paganini Rhapsody with The Hallé under Nicolae Mol doveanu

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Access to the Italian Institute of Culture (IIC Tokyo) from Subway Kudan Shita Station

1. Get out from No 2 exit
2. Walk up the slope in front of you, your left hand side building is Nippon-Budo kan
3. About 5 min walk, you will reach "Segafredo Zanetti Espresso" coffee shop. On your right hand, you will find a main gate of Yasukuni Shrine.
4. On your left hand, you will see a foot bridge, over Uchibori Dori (Road) about 300m from the corner.
5. Italian Cultural Institute Building locates just a left side of above mentioned foot bridge.
6. The other side of Uchibori Dori has "Nisho Gakusha University - Kudanshita Campus.
Over all you may need 7 to 10 min walk from Kudan Shita Station.