RICCARDO MARTINELLI – NICOLÒ FERDINANDO CAFARO

mercredi, 13 septembre 2023 - 19:30

Riccardo Martinelli – 2nd prize (Bologna, 2003) graduated from the Maderna Conservatory in Cesena with honours in 2021, at just 17 years old, and in 2022 he obtained his scientific degree at the Liceo Roiti in Ferrara. He studied with Mauro Minguzzi and deepened his studies with Riccardo Risaliti, Ingrid Fliter, and Pasquale Iannone. He attended the master classes of Andreas Frolich, Yuri Didenko, Nina Tichman, Arkadi Zenzipér, Alexander Romanvsky and Natalia Trull.

Nicolò Cafaro Nicolò – 1st prize (Catania, 2000) is a pupil of Graziella Concas at the Bellini Conservatory in Catania, where he graduated with honour. He followed the masterclasses of Joaquin Achucarro, Alexei Lebedev, Ivo Kaltchev, Boris Berezovsky, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, and Cyprien Katsaris. From the age of 12, he studied with Leonid Margarius, and since 2017 he has been attending the High Specialization courses of the International Piano Academy of Imola.

Premio Venezia – Only pianists who have graduated with full marks from Conservatories or equal Musical Institutes are admitted to this prestigious competition, organized by the Amici della Fenice Foundation in collaboration with the Teatro La Fenice Foundation. The technical jury is formed by the artistic director of the Teatro La Fenice and five jurors designated by the Amici della Fenice.


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RICCARDO MARTINELLI

FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN
(Rohrau, 1732 – Vienna, 1809)

Sonata in fa maggiore, Hob. XVI:23
– Allegro moderato
– Adagio
– Finale. Presto

ROBERT SCHUMANN
(Zwickau, 1810 – Endenich, 1856)

Sonata n. 2 in sol minore, op. 22
– So rasch wie möglich
– Andantino
– Scherzo. Sehr rasch und markirt
– Rondò. Presto

NIKOLAI MEDTNER
(Mosca, 1880 – Londra, 1951)

Sonata tragica, op. 39 n. 5


NICOLÒ FERDINANDO CAFARO

DOMENICO SCARLATTI
(Napoli, 1685 – Madrid, 1757)

Sonata in re minore, K. 9
– Allegro

Sonata in sol maggiore, K. 146
– Allegro

Sonata in mi maggiore, K. 380
– Andante comodo

FRYDERYK CHOPIN
(Żelazowa Wola, 1810 – Parigi, 1849)

Notturno in re bemolle maggiore, op. 27 n. 2
Notturno in mi maggiore, op. 62 n. 2
Fantasia in fa minore, op. 49