Music under the cherry trees, Brunch at km0.
In collaboration with Unione Musicale. Artistic direction: Antonio Valentino
Among all art forms, music has the closest relationship with nature. Music is impalpable matter made of frequencies and timbres, of sound waves that disseminate in the air. Nature, on the other hand, has always been a source of inspiration for artists and composers.
It is an irresistible call, therefore, to listen to classical music performed live on a lawn beneath the shade of cherry trees, surrounded by a breathtaking landscape.
Eight concerts, unique listening experiences with great variety, in the splendid setting of Orsolina28.
Informations & prices:
Concerts begin at 11:30 am (duration 50/60 minutes)
Brunch will be served afterwards.
Concert Tickets: full price €10 | reduced (under 14) €6
Concert + Brunch: €30
Morgen Piano Trio
Nicola Marvulli violin
Camilla Patria cello
Tiziana Columbro piano
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Trio in fa maggiore op. 80
Mit innigem Ausdruck
In masiger Bewegung
Nicht zu rasch
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Trio in la minore
Pantoum. Assez vif
Passacaille. Très large
Morgen Piano Trio
The Morgen Piano Trio was formed in 2020. The choice of the name comes from the meaning of the word itself: of German origin, the word "Morgen" refers to the idea of dawn, as well as that of tomorrow. The music, therefore, is identified as morning light and future perspective. The ensemble has already performed in many prestigious venues in Italy and abroad, including Musikverein in Vienna, Ateneo Musical de Burgos, Ateneo Musical Mirandés (Miranda de Ebro) and Sociedad Filarmonica Castellana de Aranda de Duero in Spain, Fondazione Franco Michele Napolitano in Naples, Festival Caelium Classica contemporanea in Ceglie Messapica, Camerata Musicale Salentina, Panorami Sonori (Roppolo, BI) and Suoni in movimento (Verrone, BI) in Italy. The musicians of the Morgen Piano Trio are also singularly active as chamber musicians and soloists on the national and international scene.
The Trio is currently specializing with Antonio Valentino at the Conservatory of Turin.