On Wednesday 16th December, at 7:00 pm, the concert initially scheduled for 7th April will take place in the Aula Magna of the University of Milan. On the podium, for the first time, the principal conductor of the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra ALFONSO SCARANO, while the violin soloist will be the young winner of the International Mozart Competition 2020 and Cape Symphony International Violin Competition, CLARISSA BEVILACQUA.
The programme is a tribute to the late romanticism between past and future: it opens with the overture “The Hebrides” by Mendelssohn; continues with the Violin Concerto in A major No. 5 by Mozart – with which Clarissa Bevilaqua won the Mozart Competition; and it ends with Schönberg’s Verklärte Nacht, which represents a link between the music of the nineteenth century and everything that, in the course of the twentieth century, will upset its canons.
Due to Covid-19, the audience is not allowed to public performances: it will be possible to follow the concert in live streaming on https://video.unimi.it.