Concerto Omaggio A Beatrice Antonioni

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Camerata Zelter
Carmela Fiorile Conductor
Angela Amato Leader

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Concerto Omaggio A Beatrice Antonioni

  1. 1. Concert Hommage to Beatrice Antonioni With the kind participation of the brother Giovanni Antonioni Castello Baronale di Acerra-Naples 11 October 2009 17. PM 18. Solisti della Camerata Zelter Carmela Fiorile Conductor Angela Amato Leader Violins Enzo Tortora Eri Arai Giovanni Bonifacio Marilena Di Martino Giuseppe Carrus Viola Roberto Albin Cello Giovanna De Luca Piano Marco Grisanti
  2. 2. Giovanni Antonioni with the Performers Camerata Zelter Angela Amato Violin-Vivaldi Concerto ”La Notte”
  3. 3. Charpentier “Suite per Archi” The Concert Hommage to Beatrice Antonioni has been an enormous tribute to music. The Solisti della Camerata Zelter, Ensemble mostly formed by former pupils of the Artist Beatrice Antonioni, performed as a Chamber Orchestra Solo Violin, Violin and Piano, music from the Baroque to Modern Composers including Bach, Charpentier, Le Clair, Vivaldi, Mozart, Giordano, Ysaye, Stravinsky. The participation of Conductor Carmela Fiorile, Pianist Marco Grisanti who was for over six years the Masterclass Piano Accompanist at Accademia di Santa Cecilia with Japanese Violinist Eri Arai and Italian Violinist Angela Amato who has been Beatrice Antonioni assistant at Cava de Tirreni Masterclass, and Beatrice pupils Enzo Tortora, Giovanni Bonifacio, Giuseppe Carrus, Marilena Di Martino, together with Violist Roberto Albin and cellist Giovanna De Luca, made the evening an Event full of emotional and beautiful moments and through music communicated the great Artistry of this Italian Violinist to the Audience. The participation and the final speech of the brother Giovanni Antonioni was moving indeed and encouraging for future hopes in music through the memories of our great Artists.

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