Durée: 10 Heures
The concerts season will open on October 9 at 8.30pm (replays on Saturday 10 at 4.30pm and at 8.30pm) with a concert directed by Daniele Rustioni (at his debut with the Filarmonica) and the violiolinist Francesca Dego. Couple also in life, the music director of the Opera di Lione and the famous soloist will present the Serenata per violino, harp, drums and strings by Leonard Bernstein (in the 30th anniversary of his death) and the Suite from the soundtrack of Borghese gentiluomo by Richard Strauss.
Enrico Onofri with the pianist Vadym Kholodenko, winner of the Van Cliburn 2003 award and resident of the Toscanini, will present a peculiar Beethoven (Settima Sinfonia op.92 and Concerto n.5 Imperatore per pianoforte e orchestra) on October 30 and 31 (two concerts at 4.30pm and 8.30pm).
There are great expectations for the debut of director Krjstjan Jarvi: on November 6 and 7 (two concerts) he will direct Pulcinella by Igor Stravinskij and the Sinfonia in re maggiore n. 3, D. 200 by Franz Schubert.
To follow, the awaited Simone Rubino, a pure drums talent who will be the second resident artist, directed by Lorenzo Passerini: the programme includes Bach, Mozart, Sussmayr (the composer who finished the Requiem by Mozart) and Danzario, a creation of Riccardo Panfili, resident composer for 2021. Lastly, a great and also awaited debut: on November 28 and 29 Fabio Biondi will play for the first time with the Filarmonica. Famous artist, known also in Parma for being a resident at Teatro Due, he will play and direct Haydn and Mozart with the originaly and talent that is worldwide aknowledged.
Right after that, on December 5 and 6, Federico Maria Sardelli will be back with the Coro Polifonico Ghislieri of Pavia and the Filarmonica, presenting music by Corelli and Vivaldi but also tracks that he composed for a performance that promises to be surprising.