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Fabio Montomoli – "Bell’Italia" Guitar Concert – FREE EVENT

Data:

13/12/2016


Fabio Montomoli –

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Fabio Montomoli is recognized by critics as one of the best interpreters of the international scene remarking his beautiful sound, power, penetration and wide variety of timbres.

He has graduated with top scores at S. Cecilia Academy of Music in Rome under the guidance of Maestro Carlo Carfagna. He has attended the regular course “Mozarteum” in Salzburg studying Klassische Guitar with Eliot Fisk and Joaquin Clerch-Diaz; he has also studied Barockmusik with the famous Austrian conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt; counterpoint and composition with Francesco Iannitti Piromallo.

He started his concert career by playing in the most important concert seasons all over Italy and abroad: Japan (Tokyo, Hiroshima, Hayama, Kamakura), USA (Miami, Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New York), Mexico (Morelia, Pátzcuaro, Zitácuaro, Ixtlahuaca, Zamora, la Piedad, Aguascalientes, Mexico City, Querétaro, Pachuca), Finland (Tampere, Helsinki, Turku), Greece, (Athens, Volos), Germany (Berlin, Colon, Munich, Nuremberg, Heidelberg, Wolfsburg, Deggendorf), Spain (Granada, Valencia, Linares, Girona), Moscow, Salzburg, Vienna, Prague, Pilsen, Malta, Minorca, Beirut, Tyro and Bitola.

He has also toured in Kazakhstan (Astana, Almaty, Karaganda, Kokshetau), Venezuela (Caracas, San Felipe), Belgrade, Argentina (Buenos Aires, Rosario, Bahía Blanca, Trenque Lauquen, Gualeguaychú, San Miguel), Santiago de Chile, Cameroon (Douala, Yaoundé), Warsaw, Singapore and Hong Kong. Fabio Montomoli frequently participates to some of the most important international guitar festivals such as Andrés Segovia Ciudad de Linares (Spain), International Guitar Festival Hersbruck (Germany), Tokyo International Guitar Festival (Japan), Volos Winter Guitar Festival (Greece), Turku Guitar Festival (Finland), Morelia Guitar Festival (Mexico).

Fabio Montomoli has collaborated with several composers; some of them have dedicated their own works to him: Fabrizio Festa wrote the suite “Paesaggi” for solo guitar (1997) for Maestro Montomoli; Francesco Iannitti Piromallo dedicated the concert in A major for guitar and orchestra (2002), the sonata in D major for solo guitar (2007) and the suite “la Porta del Sole” for clarinet and guitar to the duet Giovanni Lanzini – Fabio Montomoli (2009).

He has broadcasted in many radio stations such as Radio Vaticano, Radio 2, Radio Helsinki “La Rondine” with a live national concert, Radio Rete Toscana Classical.

Very active as a teacher, he holds guitar master classes all over the world in the most important guitar festivals.

Since 2003, he is the artistic director and founder of the “International Guitar Festival Palmiero Giannetti” in Grosseto and of the “International Guitar Festival Alvaro Mantovani” in Follonica (Italy).

 

PROGRAMME

“Bell’Italia”… A tribute to the Italian style and Italian music. The concert ranges from Rossini’s arias to the presentation of “Mediterranea”, the newest album by the Italian Maestro featuring guitar compositions written by Francesco Iannitti.

 

Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)

Fantasia on themes from Rossini op.122

   La gazza ladra

   Mosè in Egitto

   Matilde di Shabran

   La pietra del paragone

   La cenerentola

 

Fabio Montomoli (1966)

Duerme mi niña

(Canción de cuna)

 

Fabio Montomoli (1966)

Il Carnevale di Venezia

 

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Francesco Iannitti (1961)

Sonata No. 1 in D major

(Dedicated to Fabio Montomoli)

   Allegro risoluto

   Barcarola

   Gavotta

   Rondò

 

This concert is part of Bellissima Italia programme.

 

Informazioni

Data: Mar 13 Dic 2016

Orario: Alle 20:00

Organizzato da : Italian Cultural Institute / Consulate General of Italy

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

Youth Square Y-Theatre, 238 Chai Wan Road, Chai Wan (next to Chai Wan MTR station, exit A)

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