Music

Corrado Giuffredi Duets

The shooting location of this film is a historic Villa near Rome, summer residence in the 16th century of the Cardinal Taverna and the ancient Borghese family. The film is dedicated to the famous clarinetist Corrado Giuffredi who plays in five duets with as many fantastic musicians. Art and music come together in a unique embrace.

Playing Portraits - Alessandro Carbonare Trio

The wonderful Belle Époque Hall at the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Rome, hosts the Trio of Alessandro Carbonare, a worldwide known soloist and Principal clarinet of the Orchestra Nazionale di S. Cecilia, playing with the violinist Elisa Eleonora Papandrea and the pianist Monaldo Braconi. The Trio performs in the most important Italian Museum for Modern Art, in a kaleidoscope of roles that often switch around.

Jeunehomme - Roberto Prosseda

In this video, the Italian pianist Roberto Prosseda, Mozart specialist (he recently recorded the 18 Piano Sonatas for Decca), performs Mozart’s Piano Concerto K 271 “Jeunehomme” with I Virtuosi Italiani. This live performance took place in Verona at Sala Maffeiana of Teatro Filarmonico on March 19, 2017. In the same hall, Mozart himself performed on January 5, 1770, and on that occasion, Mozart also received the honorary membership of Società Filarmonica di Verona.

The Palladio Experience - Roberto Prosseda

Villa Contarini – Ghirardi Foundation, built on the ruins of an ancient castle around the year 1000, represents one of those famous examples that created the socalled “Culture of the Venetian Villa”, due to the outstanding work of the famous Architect Andrea Palladio. In 1700, Marco Contarini enlarged the building making it similar to a Royal Palace and making it an extraordinary “theatrical place”. Place devoted to welcome the precious recital of the pianist Roberto Prosseda.

The Golden Hall Recital - Leonora Armellini

The piano recital by Leonora Armellini takes place in the golden hall of Palazzo Orsato Lazara Giusti del Giardino in Padua. The young pianist, winner of the Janina Nawrocka Prize at the Chopin in Warsaw, performs in her hometown with a tribute to the great transcendental virtuosity repertoire, from the Op. 25 by Chopin and the Dante Sonata by Liszt, up to the genius re-creator of Ferruccio Busoni, with his elaboration from the Fantasia Cromatica e Fuga by Johann Sebastian Bach.