Torino / Saturday 16 September 2017
Chiesa di San Filippo / at 4:00 pm


The music of Romanticism is a triumph of fields, valleys, skies, sunsets, larks, forests, and changing seasons. This concert takes us into the heart of the most intense 19th-century music, with a choir belting out famed pieces and lesser known surprises. Feel the tumult, experience the sudden bliss.

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Der erste Frühlingstag op. 48, per coro misto a cappella

Im Grünen op. 59, per coro misto a cappella

Johannes Brahms

Vier Gesänge op. 17, per coro femminile, due corni e arpa

Franz Schubert

(Hymne) An den Unendlichen D. 232, per coro misto e pianoforte

Mirjams Siegesgesang D. 942,
per soprano, coro misto e pianoforte

Dario Tabbia, conductor
Francesco Cavaliere, piano
Corrado Saglietti, horn
Livio Ramasso, horn
Federica Mancini, harp
Il concerto è preceduto da una breve introduzione di Stefano Catucci

In conjunction with
Accademia Stefano Tempia


Free admission

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