Danze Sacre e Profane

Cherry Notes

Jul 10, 2022

Cherry Notes
Music under the cherry trees.

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 thus an irresistible call 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.


Emanuele Raviol arpa
Luca Madeddu violino
Marta Voghera violino
Leonardo Vezzadini viola
Davide Ciruolo violoncello


Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
Danse sacrée e Danse profane

Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924)
Impromptu per arpa op. 86

Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904)
Bagatelle op. 47

Franz Poenitz (1850-1912)
Todestanz der Willys per arpa, da una danza popolare scozzese op. 24

Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909)
Asturias (Leyenda)

Emanuele Raviol was born in Turin in 2004 and approached the study of the harp at a very young age, attending courses at the Suzuki Talent Center under the guidance of Gabriella Bosio. His extraordinary talent was revealed immediately and, at the age of only nine, he was admitted to the pre-academic course at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi in Turin, where he is currently attending the first year of the three-year academic course.
During his training he has followed the masterclasses of internationally renowned harpists, including Alexander Boldachev, Emmanuel Ceysson, Lincoln Almada, Irina Zingg and Marcella Carboni.
He has been part of several harp ensembles and chamber music and as a soloist has taken part in numerous competitions and competitions, achieving remarkable results both in Italy and abroad.
On the occasion of Expo Milano 2015 he played at the Associazione Amici del Loggione della Scala in Milan and, for Sony Classical, at the Pinacoteca di Brera. He then inaugurated in 2016 the 7th International Festival of Harp Città di Saluzzo, playing together with the world-renowned harpist Jana Boušková, and in 2019 he was selected to participate in the UNICEF program Prodigi-La Musica È Vita broadcast on Rai 1.

The quartet, composed of Luca Madeddu and Marta Voghera on violin, Leonardo Vezzadini on viola and Davide Ciruolo on cello, was formed at the Conservatory of Turin, in the chamber music class of Antonio Valentino. The four young musicians have distinguished themselves in important national and international competitions and have followed master classes with world-renowned teachers. They are currently attending the academic courses of their respective instruments at the Turin Conservatory.

Danze Sacre e Profane Jul 10, 2022
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