Thursday, 16 July 2015
Spoleto Study Abroad - 19,26,30 July 2015
“Spoleto Study Abroad”
Musical Concert Series are coming back
19 July – 26 July – 30 July 2015
AlbornoZ Palace Hotel Spoleto (PG)
On Sunday 19th July 2015 the musical event Spoleto Study Abroad comes back to Spoleto; a cultural project designed by Lorenzo Ricci Muti, who has been promoting the intellectual and artistic success of young american musicians, for the last 18 years. The iniziative aims to appraise and stimulate the knowledge of Spoleto city, its history and its cultural heritage in young artists, who try the internship experience. Students come not only from United States, but from all corners of the worlds, like Russia, Spagna, Singapore, Svezia, accompanied by teachers, selected for their technical experience and genuine passion in working with young students. During the three-week programme, both American and Italian teachers will perform in concerts and several other events, in order to share their talent and technical ability. Spoleto Study Abroad will be directed by Lorenzo Muti, musician of Spoleto origins while his wife Jill is the director of a prestigious private school in Charleston, South Carolina.
The concert series will take place in the Menotti Hall at AlbornoZ Palace Hotel of Spoleto and will have the same structure of the midday concerts of the Festival of the Two Worlds. The event will starts on Sunday 19th July at 11.00 am, music by Claude Debussy , Faurè, Massenet, Casella, Reinecke. At the piano Simona Granelli, contralto Mary Gayle Greene, flute Jill Muti.
Following, on Sunday 26th July, at 11.00 am, music by C.Ph. E. Bach, Giancarlo Menotti, Handel, Barber, Scarlatti. At the piano Simona Granelli, contralto Mary Gayle Greene, flute Jill Muti, harpsichord Angelo Rosati, violoncello Ivo Scarponi.
The event will end on Thursday 30 July, at 9.30 pm, music by Bracci, Burton, Gershwin, Shumann, Vivaldi. At the piano Simona Granelli, contralto Mary Gayle Greene, flute Jill Muti, harpsichord Angelo Rosati, violoncello Ivo Scarponi.