04 June 2020

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Next concert of our twentieth season on April 7th

On Tuesday 7th April, at 8.30 pm, at the University of Milan Great Hall, our twentieth season will resume. 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, CLARISSA BEVILACQUA.

The programme is a tribute to the late romanticism between past and future: it opens with Illuminating Journey by Thai composer Prangcharoen; continues with the Violin Concerto op. 35 by Tchaikovsky, where moments of great lyricism alternate with enthralling popular quotes; 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.

To access the concerts you must first register to the 2019/2020 season here. Admission is free, until seats are available.

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04 June 2020

25 February concert canceled

Following the urgent protection measures adopted by the University of Milan and the Lombardy Region, in relation to the spread of the coronavirus in Italy, the concert scheduled on February 25, 2020 is canceled.

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04 June 2020

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On 25th February returns Bojan Sudjic, our Principal Guest Conductor

On Tuesday 25th February, at 8:30 pm, BOJAN SUDJIC, Artistic Director of the RTS Symphony Orchestra of Belgrade, will conduct the third concert of our twentieth season. The programme, dedicated to rhythm, play and dance, opens with the Overture from Der Teufel als Hydraulicus by a very young Schubert; goes through the Greek mythology with “Lo sguardo estivo di Apollo” by Carlo Galante; continues with the strongest synthesis of the theme of the concert proposed by Scaramouche by Darius Milhaud (soloist SIMONE MOSCHITZ, winner of the 2018 Milan Conservatory Award); and ends with the Symphony n. 3 by Schubert himself, which announces the transition from youthful exuberance to the complexity of the more mature period of the Austrian composer.

To access the concerts you must first register to the 2019/2020 season here. Admission is free, until seats are available.

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