Category: Music tales

More than a Symphony, more than a Concerto: J.C. Bach and the “symphonie concertante”

November 14, 2015

At the heart of our next performance there is the Symphony Concertante C44 by Johann Christian Bach. It was Chiara Banchini herself to choose to perform this piece with Theresia; and it was Chiara Banchini to pick out the soloists (Klaudia Matlak, Agnieszka Papierska, Laura Lovisa and Maria Misiarz) from the orchestra. Let us introduce […]

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Enchanting Classicism

November 13, 2015

Let’s deepen the program of the next concerts thanks to the listening guide by Paolo Motta

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Progetto Zoroastro, la mappa delle passioni

October 9, 2015

Tra Casanova, Rameau e Fellini: le istruzioni per un viaggio nelle passioni, tra musica, arte, mito e filosofia nelle parole di Alessandro Taverna

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Et voilà le génie:
Jean Philippe Rameau

October 5, 2015

Rameau, or the complexity of the genius

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Zoroastre, who was he?

September 25, 2015

A brief look on the myth of the poet and founder of Zoroastrianism

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The summer of Theresia: what are they going to play?

August 15, 2015

Insights on the music that TYBO will perform in Bozen and Toblach

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Group portrait with composer

August 2, 2015

It is not uncommon to see the face of a composer portrayed into a painting of his era: yet, it’s not so usual that the author of the painting is an absolute and celebrate genius.

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A summer riddle, or a story of fathers and sons

July 24, 2015

Who was that famous composer who said: “He is the father, and we are the children”? And to whom was he referring?

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Theresia e il Settecento nascosto

July 17, 2015

“Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach e Boccherini sono due autori spesso considerati minori; eppure sono due tra i più importanti compositori di fine Settecento, ed hanno avuto molta influenza sui compositori della generazione successiva.”

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A mystery in music history, or the meeting of Mozart and Kraus in Vienna

May 8, 2015

Mozart and Kraus were born the same year (1756) and died a year apart from each other. Mozart lived mostly in Vienna, Kraus spent the whole life in Sweden. But did they ever meet? Did they know each other?

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