Duo Moser-Campaner

2017-03-10 00:00:00

She was introduced to the piano just for fun, spending her teenage years rehearsing with her rock band and studying The Well-Tempered Clavier, to finally choose the way of classical music. He was born into a musical family, won the first prize at the 2002 Cˇajkovskij Competition and has a weakness for the electric cello. The affinities between Gloria Campaner and Johannes Moser arisefrom versatile, extrovert but at the same time rigorous musical personalities.

The Venetian Gloria, today a citizen of the world, who studied with Bruno Mezzena, Konstantin Bogino and Fany Solter, has a special passion for contaminations between music, theatre and visual arts. Chamber music is central in her projects and her meeting with the extraordinary German-Canadian cellist, judged“memorable” by the Los Angeles Times, fulfills the purpose of covering famous repertoire pieces renewingtheir expressive and communicative potential.

(Gloria Campaner) «...is praised for her extraordinarily
deep musicality, remarkable fluidity, nuancing
and sense of style which put her in the ranks
of pianists with exceptional qualities»
Walter Arlen, Los Angeles Times

(Johannes Moser) «...is one of the finest among the astonishing
gallery of young virtuoso cellists. »

OTTORINO RESPIGHI (Bologna, 1879 - Roma, 1936)

Adagio con Variazioni

CÉSAR FRANCK (Liege, 1822 - Paris, 1890)

Sonata per violoncello e pianoforte, in la maggiore

  • Allegro ben moderato
  • Allegro
  • Recitativo-fantasia (Ben moderato - Molto lento)
  • Allegretto poco mosso

JOHANNES BRAHMS (Amburgo, 1833 - Vienna, 1897)

Sonata n. 1 in mi minore, op. 38

  • Allegro non troppo
  • Allegretto quasi Menuetto
  • Allegro