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MUSIC

Friday, September 21 - Thursday, October 4, 2018

Classical l In the Churches l Pop-Rock-Jazz-World
More Music: Mellow Evenings Raucous Nights 

Classical Music

 

Novant' Ennio
Orchestra dell'Accademia di Santa Cecilia
Ennio Morricone, Nicola Piovani, Carlo Rizzari, conductors
Honoring the composer noted for his film scores, on the occassion of his 90th year, with is own music, his musical favorites, and works composed especially for this celebration.
Auditorium Parco della Musica, Sala Santa Cecilia
Thursday, September 27, 8:30 pm
€100-40 www.ticketone.it

Stravinski: Greetings Prelude 
Morricone: La Bibbia (La Creazione, La Torre di Babele) 
Marianelli: Piccola serenata per il novantesimo compleanno di un giovane compositore
Morricone: Sicilo e altri frammenti 
Sciarrino: In dono a Morricone (Aria d'auguri)
Petrassi: Frammento
Bach: Fuga Ricercata a 6 voci (transcription by Anton Webern)
Piovani: MillEnnio 
Morricone: La leggenda del pianista sull'oceano 
Morricone: The Mission




Uto Ughi, violin, with I Filarmonici di Roma

Launching his latest recording on the Sony Classical label, "Note d'Europa, a collection of popular chamber pieces. Uto Ughi, one of Italy's most famous virtuosi, plays both Stradivarius and Guarnieri instruments.
Auditorium Parco della Musica, Sala Sinopoli
Wednesday, October 3, 8:30 pm
€36-20 www.ticketone.it

Albéniz (Arr. Kreisler): Tango Op.165 n.2 da "España"                             
Granados (Arr. Kreisler): Danza spagnola n.5 "Andaluza"              
Bazzini: Scherzo fantastico "La ridda dei folletti" Op.25                              
Saint Saëns: Havanaise Op.83                                                                      
Chopin (Arr. Milstein): Nocturne in C sharp minor. Op.Post.            
Mozart: Rondò dalla Serenata "Haffner" K.250                                           
Gluck,:Melodia da "Orfeo ed Euridice"                                                        
Brahms (Arr. Chapelier): Valzer Op.39 n.15                                    
Brahms (Arr. Joachim): Hungarian Dance n.5                                             
Bach / Gounod: Ave Maria                                                                          
Vitali: Ciaccona in G minor                                                         
Veracini: Largo                                                                                              
Tchaikovsky: Melodie da "Souvenir d' un lieu cher" Op.42            
Tchaikovsky: Valse sentimentale Op.51 n.6                                     
Wieniawsky: Scherzo - Tarantella Op.16                                                     
Kreisler: Schön Rosmarin           



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In the Churches


Sant'Antonio dei Portoghese

Via dei Portoghese 2 (historic center between Piazza Navona and the Pantheon)
A series of free concerts showcasing the church's historic pipe organ.

Organist Arno Harmann (Germany) Performs music by Bach and by Russian composers
Sunday, September 23, 6:30 pm
Organist Giampaolo di Rosa (Italy/Portugal) Music and Words, imporvisations on the psalms.
Sunday, September 30, 6:30 pm



Saint Paul's Within the Walls

Via Nazionale at Via Napoli (near Piazza della Repubblica)
Symphony Orchestra Opera in Roma
Americo Caretti, conducting, perform Beethoven's Coriolano overture, Mozart's Symphony n. 40 in G minor K550, and Mendelssohn's Symphony n. 4 in A major, op. 90 "Italian."
Sunday, September 23, 8:30 pm
€50-25, reduced €30-20 tel 06 64561860

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Popular/Jazz/World

 

Oumou Sangaré: Mogoya
A leading exponent of the Wassoulou, a West African genre performed primarily by women. The Malian singer, who won a Grammy in 2010 has been a champion of women's rights.
A n even of the RomaEuropa Fetival.
Awarded a Grammy Award in 2010, an icon of international world music, Oumou Sangaré is today the main performer of the 'Wassoulou', a genre of popular music from the African West, played mainly by women.
Auditorium Parco della Musica, Sala Sinopoli
Saturday, September 22, 8 pm
€30-15 www.ticketone.it