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ACCADEMIA SANTA CECILIA
Auditorium Via Pietro de Coubertin
MOZART: CONCERT FOR PIANO N.23
From 19.03.2020 to 21.03.2020
Wednesday 19 March 2020, St. Cecilia Hall 7:30 p.m.
Thursday; 19 March 2020, Santa Cecilia Hall at 20:30
Friday 19 March 2020, Santa Cecilia Hall at 18:00
Orchestra of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia
Tomas Netopil conductor
Francesco Libetta Piano
Beethoven The consecration of the House: Overture
Mozart Concerto for piano n.23 K 488
DvoŇôák Sinfonia n. 6
With the symphonic concerts this week and the following week we can delve into the sound world of Eastern Europe. Tomáš Netopil will perform Antonín DvoŇôák's effervescent Symphony No.6, whose music is filled with rhythms and atmospheres from the Bohemian and Slavonic tradition so rich in melodies and dance motifs, such as the overwhelming third movement, Furiant, which makes us imagine an animated and bubbly folk scene. With spring richness, with bright and brilliant orchestral writing the Sixth is all to be enjoyed. Before DvoŇôák, Netopil presents Ludwig van Beethoven's Ouverture known in Italian as The Consecration of the House (but the correct translation would be The Inauguration of the Theatre), a late piece, contemporary with the drafts of the Ninth Symphony and the Missa Solemnis, and characterised by lively contrapuntal writing in which Beethoven's great admiration for Händel peeps out. At the centre is Mozart's Piano Concerto K 488, which combines a brilliant writing with elegiac traits in an orchestration that excludes trumpets and timpani and introduces the clarinets with a soft and mellow timbre. Debut at Santa Cecilia for Francesco Libetta who is not only one of the most interesting Italian pianists of his generation but also a multifaceted artistic personality, being both composer and conductor of the orchestra.