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Con un ringraziamento speciale al Notaio Dr. Marco Porceddu Cilione,Verona e alla famiglia Braga Rosa Vicenza

 

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COMITATO D’ ONORE

 

S. E. Pietro Benassi,

Ambassador of the Italian Republic, Berlin

 

S. E. Dr. Susanne Wasum-Rainer,

Ambassadress of the Federal Republic of Germany, Rome

 

Prof. Dr. Peter count Kielmansegg,

former President „Akademie der Wissenschaften Heidelberg“

 

Countess Caroline Emo, Asolo

 

Count Vittor Luigi  and countess Vilma Braga Rosa, Vicenza

Artists



Stefano Montanari

 

Gratuated cum laude in Violin and Piano. He focused his studies on historically informed practice. Since 1995, he is the first violin at the Accademia Bizantina in Ravenna, ensemble specialized in the performance of 17th and 18th music, played with authentic instruments. He collaborates with leading exponents in the field of early music, particularly with Christophe Rousset and his ensemble Les Talens Lyriques, with Concerto Koeln and Kammerorchester Basel.

 

He teaches Baroque Violin at the International Academy of Music Milan and the Music Conservatory <Dall’ Abaco> in Verona. He conducted Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with the Baroque Orchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome for a Christmas concert in 2007 and for a gala in honor of the 150th anniversary of Italy’s unification. Events that were both live broadcast on National television.

As conductor he is regular guest in theaters such as Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo, Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Massimo in Palerme, Opéra de Lyon, Opera Atelier in Toronto. He is Principal Director of the European Youth Project .

 

His recording of Corelli’ s Violin Sonatas op. 5 for Arts received widespread recognition and numerous international prizes, including a Diaspon d’ Or and Midem as the best Baroque Music-CD of the year (2007/2010). He was recently nominated for a Grammy Award (Best Classical Vocal Solo) for his recording of Purcell’s O Solitude.

 

His CD Sonate e Partite by J. S. Bach has been published for the Italian Music Magazine Amadeus and his “Method of the Baroque Violin” edited for Carisch

 




Ivano Zanenghi

 

Ivano Zanenghi was born in Venice, where he studied music from early youth. He earned his Master degree as a pupil of Hopkinson Smith. Zanenghi has performed in most of the major concert halls of the world, including Royal Albert Hall and the Barbican Center in London; Lincoln Center, BAM and Carnegie Hall in New York, Walt Disney Hall in Los Angeles, the Kyoi Hall in Tokyo, Zurchich’s Tonhalle, the Konzerthaus and Philharmie in Berlin, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, Vienna’s Musikverein, Théatre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, Teatro La Fenice and Teatro alla Scala of Milan, among others.

 

Zanenghi has collaborated with many of the world’s great musicians and conductors, including Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Sir Simon Rattle, René Clemencic, Alan Curtis, Andrea Marcon, Christoph Hammer, John Fischer, with great soloists such as Katia and Marielle Labèque, Viktoria Mullova, Mario Brunello, Giuliano Carmignola, Sergio Azzolini, Nicola Favaro, Giovanni Gugliemo, Sir James Galway, Stefano Montanari, and also with great opera singers, including Joyce DiDonato, Simone Kermes, Cecilia Bartoli, Angelika Kirchschlager , Anna Netrebko, Sara Mingardo, Magdalena Kozena, Andreas Scholl, Philippe Jaroussky, Max Emanuel Cencic among others.

 

Zanenghi founded , an ensemble that made its debut during the celebration of the Monteverdi Choir’s 40th anniversary, performing the by Claudio Monteverdi under the direction of Sir John Eliot Gardiner in the famous Basilica di San Marco in Venice.

 

He has recorded many works for Archiv (Deutsche Grammophon), Arts, ORF and Sony Classical.

 

Zanenghi is Professor of baroque lute and basso continuo at Venice’s Scuola di Musica Antica, and is a founding member of the VeniceBaroqueOrchestra. Since 2005 he collaborates with the European youth project Junges Musikpodium Dresden-Venice.