星期五, 06 5月 2022 - 19:00

By Roberto Plano

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Award-winner at the Van Cliburn, Honens, Geza Anda, Dublin, Valencia and Sendai Competitions, Roberto Plano shined with winning at the Cleveland International Piano Competition in 2001. That event marked the start of his tours, especially in North America, and immediately projected him to a brilliant international concert career. Critics defined him “the Pavarotti of the piano” for his lyricism and the “successor of Rubinstein and Horowitz. In the autumn of 2016, he became the first Italian pianist to become a Faculty Member of Piano at Boston University. He was recently awarded the American Prize. He’s the first Italian musician to receive this prestigious prize. Cherished both as soloist and chamber music pianist, he’s today a Faculty Member of piano at one of the most prestigious musical institutions in the world, the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Besides the major American Universities, his master classes and concerts are held in Japan, Taiwan and Italy.

… una meravigliosa purezza e una padronanza delle suggestioni più profonde…
New York Times


MYKOLA LYSENKO (Hrynky, 1842 – Kiev, 1912)
Angoise (Anguish)

JOHANNES BRAHMS  (Amburgo, 1833 – Vienna, 1897)
Tema e Variazioni in re minore dal Sestetto d’Archi, op. 18b

FRANZ LISZT (Raiding, 1811 – Bayreuth, 1886)
Da « Glanes de Woronince »  S.249
– Dumka, in do diesis minore

Da « Harmonies poétiques et réligieuses » S.173
– Andante lagrimoso
– Invocation


MANUEL MARÍA PONCE CUÉLLAR  (Fresnillo, 1882 – Città del Messico, 1948)
Intermezzo n.1

RICARDO CASTRO HERRERA  (Durango, 1864 – Città del Messico, 1907)
Mazurka Mélancolique

ALBERTO GINASTERA (Buenos Aires, 1916 – Ginevra, 1983)
Milonga op. 3 “Canción del Arbol Del Olvido”

Suite de danzas criollas op. 15
1. Adagetto pianissimo
2. Allegro rustico
3. Allegretto cantabile
4. Calmo e poetico
5. Scherzando – Coda: Presto ed energico

GEORGE GERSHWIN  (Brooklyn, 1898 – Los Angeles, 1937)
Rhapsody in Blue