Cherry Notes

Jun 26, 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 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.


Maria José Palla pianoforte


Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
da Années de pèlerinage: Vallée d’Obermann

Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
Ballata n. 4 in fa minore op. 52

Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Studi sinfonici op. 13

Maria José Palla was born in Cagliari in February 2001. She approached the study of piano at the age of eleven, at the Conservatory of her own city, initially under the guidance of Angela Tangianu and then Marcella Murgia.
During the years of study she had the opportunity to participate in various concert seasons playing both as a soloist and in chamber music and orchestra.

She has attended masterclasses as a soloist and chamber musician with François-Joelle Thiollier, Gilles Millet, Francesco Di Rosa, Orazio Sciortino, Enrico Pace, Benedetto Lupo and, at the Hemu - Haute École de Musique in Lausanne, she followed for one semester the piano courses of Jean-François Antonioli and the chamber music lessons with Vincent Coq. In 2019 a obtained the classical maturity at the Convitto Vittorio Emanuele II of Cagliari and in 2021 she graduated from the Conservatory of Cagliari with honors. She moved to Turin and is currently specializing at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory under the guidance of Claudio Voghera and at the Academy of Music in Pinerolo with Enrico Pace.