ODYSSEE VERDI I : Verdi, fantaisies

Dimanche 24 septembre 2023

15h | Centre des Congrès | Aix-les-Bains

Le concert


Andrea SCAPOLA, violon
Matteo BUONANOCE, piano


Ottorino Respighi

  • Sonate P 110 en si mineur pour violon et piano

Giuseppe Martucci

  • Sonate pour violon et piano en sol mineur op. 22

Gioele PIERRO, violon
Cecilia CAMINITI, violoncelle 
Piero CINOSI, piano 

Francesco Cilea (1866-1950)

  • Trio pour violon, violoncelle et piano en ré majeur

Gregorio DEMARIA, création

En partenariat avec le Conservatoire national Giuseppe Verdi.
Classe de musique de chambre d’Antonio Valentino
Classe de composition de Giuseppe Elos

Trois chefs-d’œuvre de la musique de chambre italienne révèlent une richesse expressive rarement entendue en concert et spécialement préparée pour le festival par des talents de demain.

Durée : 1h20
Tarifs : 15€


Andrea Scapola

Andrea Scapola was born on 10 June 2004 in Rivoli, he began studying the piano at the age of 5 under the guidance of the mother and at the age of 7 he decided to undertake the study of the violin with the professor Stefania Priotti. At the age of 11 he was admitted to the “G Verdi” conservatory of Turin. He is currently enrolled in the third triennium of the academic violin course under the guidance of Maestro Piergiorgio Rosso and at the same time he attended the 5th year of the musical high school. Attends also the Lorenzo Perosi Academy of Biella under the guidance of Maestro Pavel Berman. He won the « Young Musicians » competition organized by the Young Musicians Association of Turin and the European music competition of Moncalieri, he has also participated in various nationally and internationally competitions, he has participated in concerts as a soloist and in chamber ensembles in Turin and in Piedmont, he collaborates with the Baroque group Musas, he participated as a soloist at the latest edition of the Turin book fair, at the concerts of the Santa Pelagia season and at the season of the Educatorio della Provvidenza in Turin. He was part of the Fauré trio which in in June 2021 he gave two concerts for the Unione Musicale. Since last year ago part of the orchestra of the school of High Musical Improvement of Saluzzo. In July of 2021 and 2022 he participated in the master class of Magliano Alfieri with prof. Pavel Berman

Matteo Buonanoce

Matteo Buonanoce (16/02/2005) started playing the piano at the age of 6 with the teacher Maria Carla Campajola and he continued his studies with Marina Scalafiotti at the Conservatory of Turin where he is currently attending the third year. He has participated in numerous national and international piano competitions obtaining the first absolute prize. The last one is the “Grand Prize al IYMC International Youth Music Competitions Atlanta USA”.
Among the main ones: Livorno Piano Competition, 30° European Music Competition « Città di Moncalieri »; Concorso Riviera della Versilia “Daniele Ridolfi”, Concorso Pianistico Internazionale Città di Caraglio, Concorso Internazionale di Musica per i giovani “Città di Stresa”, Concorso Pianistico Internazionale “Musica Insieme” Musile di Piave, Concorso Internazionale “Piano Talents 2014” Milano, Concorso Pianistico Nazionale “Matilde Signa e Angelo Tavella” a Terzo, Concorso Pianistico Nazionale “Giulio Rospigliosi” – Lamporecchio.
On 23 August 2020 he performed the concert no. 1 op 15 by Beethoven for piano and orchestra at Villa Vecelli Cavriani in Mozzecane (VR) under the guidance of Maestro Sergio Baietta.
He has attended masterclass with renowed piano teachers like Piero Rattalino pianist musicologist at the Academy of Imola.

Cecilia Caminiti

Cecilia Caminiti began her cello studies at the age of four at the Suzuki Talent Center Academy of Turin where, since the beginning, she had the opportunity to play in the orchestra and she had her debut as a soloist. Just fourteen years old she continued her studies with Giovanni Sollima, and was later admitted at the Conservatorio G. Verdi of Turin, where she is currently studying with M° Marco Ferrari. She held numerous concerts as a chamber musician since many years in duo, trio and quartet formation and, since last year, she has been regularly working with the Philarmonic Orchestra in Turin.
Cecilia attended masterclasses with soloists and concertmasters such as Antonio Meneses, Luca Franzetti, Amedeo Cicchese, Massimo Polidori, Paolo Bonomini. She also collaborated with world-renowned artists like Monika Leskovar, Enrico Melozzi, Mario Brunello, Ernst Reijseger and Andres Lopez.