domingo, 30 de abril de 2023


Domenica 21 maggio, ore 17,00

Dopo il successo del concerto di dicembre 2022, torna a esibirsi nella sala musica della Fondazione Zeffirelli, il giovane talento Anthony Ciaccio. Questa volta, insieme al virtuoso pianista, si esibirà la giovane promessa Michela D’Amico, attualmente Violino I di fila presso l’Orchestra della Fondazione Arena di Verona.

In occasione del “Concerto di primavera” alla Fondazione Anthony Ciaccio si esibirà nella sala musica della Fondazione Zeffirelli sulle note di Schumann, Mozart,  Beethoven e Brahms.


R. Schumann – 3 Romanze op.94

W.A. Mozart – Sonata in si bemolle K454

L. van Beethoven – Sonata in fa maggiore n.5 op.24 “la primavera”

J. Brahms – Scherzo FAE


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