Classical Accodion & Saxophone – Duo Concert
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Il sassofono e la fisarmonica sono probabilmente i due strumenti musicali impiegati più di recente nell’ambito della musica colta e d’avanguardia. Entrambi apparentemente distanti per tradizione e utilizzo e associati molto spesso nell’immaginario collettivo alla musica jazz e folcloristica, hanno però in comune la produzione del suono, che si ottiene tramite l’ancia.
È su questo terreno comune che i due musicisti, entrambi di formazione accademica ma provenienti da esperienze artistiche diverse, basano la cifra stilistica di questo progetto: la rilettura di repertorio storico e di tradizione spesso destinato ad altri strumenti e la scoperta di un nuovo repertorio appositamente scritto per questa formazione, stimolando anche la produzione di nuove composizioni.
Johann Sebastian Bach Protected content Sonata BWV Protected content sol minore
Allegro – Adagio – Allegro
Fabrizio Festa Protected content
François Borne Protected content Fantasia brillante su Carmen di G. Bizet
Mario Pagotto Protected content in movimento su sfondo bruno
Astor Piazzolla Protected content Ave Maria (Tanti anni prima)
No. 1: Décidé
No. 2: Anxieux et rubato
No. 3: Molto marcato e energico
No. 4: Lento meditativo
No. 5: (without tempo indication)
No. 6: Avec anxiété
Pedro Iturralde Protected content Czarda
Ezio Chibaudo – Classical Accordion
Ezio Ghibaudo began his musical studies under the guidance of Giorgio Dellarole, graduating with honours and receiving a scholarship for the best graduate students at the Conservatory of Aosta. He continued his musical education at the Italian Accordion Academy in Urbino, taking part in Alexander Technique and accordion master classes with Claudio Jacomucci.
At the University of Musik in Würzburg (Germany) he finished his Master Degree with Stefan Hussong.
He attended also masterclasses held by Ivano Battiston, Mie Miki, Joseph Macerollo, Matti Rantanen, Iñaki Alberdi. He gained also experiences through the study of the different repertoires with Felice Fugazza, Marco Farolfi, Michele Andalò, Vinko Globokar.
He has successfully participated and he was prize winner in different national and international competitions, in Italy and abroad such as: International competition in Stresa, Audition of the Jeunesse Musicales, scholarship dedicated to “Salvatore di Gesualdo” at the Premio delle Arti organised by MIUR (Ministery of University, Art and Research), Rassegna Migliori Diplomati d’Italia (best Italian graduated students competition), competitions in Bellagio, Piove di Sacco, Alassio, Casarza Ligure, Roveredo, Airolo and others.
He was chosen to represent Italy at the 65th Coupe Mondiale of Accordion IMC-UNESCO in Spoleto and at the 63rd Throphée Mondial of accordion in Samara, Russia.
He has collaborated with musicians and directors such as Sandro Gorli, Maurizio Longoni, Laura Catrani, Dario Garegnani, Yuval Avital, Massimiliano Limonetti and he regularly performs with different ensembles.
He played with Collegium Vocale of Koblenz, Orchestra Sinfonica della Valle d’Aosta, and with the Orchestra M. Branche he played for the first time ever the Concerto BWV Protected content four harpsichord and orchestra of J. S. Bach.
Andrea Mocci -Saxophonist
Andrea Mocci graduated in Saxophone and chamber music at the Conservatives of "L. Canepa" of Sassari and "G. Verdi" in Milan, with a maximum of praise and praise.
It has been perfected with E. Rousseau, M. Marzi, J.M. Londeix, C. Delangle, Quatuor Habanera.
He debuted as soloist in Milan in Protected content the performance of Scaramouche, D. Milhaud's Saxophone and Orchestra Suite, in the prestigious Green Room of the Conservatory of Milan.
Currently, among his most prominent projects, Duo Vagues, with Japanese pianist Megumi Nakanomori, is recording a record for the Odradek Records ("Sax by Sax", the repertoire of the greatest composers of the twentieth century for saxophone and piano ), and the Milan Saxophone Quartet, in collaboration with Damiano Grandesso, Stefano Papa and Massimiliano Girardi, an effervescent formation from the rich business, rich in original projects in addition to the more classic repertoire proposals (last project the MSQ Organ Project, in collaboration with G Solinas, who recently debuted for Sardinia Organ Fest Protected content
Winner of several national and international competitions as soloist and chamber formations, since Protected content a professor of Saxophon at the Conservatory of Cagliari.
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.
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