Samedi 30 septembre 2023

17h | Centre des Congrès | Aix-les-Bains

Le concert


Francesca IDINI, soprano
Emma BRUNO, mezzo-soprano
Diego MAFFEZZONI, baryton et alto
Diletta CAPUA, harpe
Gintare MACIJAUSKAITE, piano


Giuseppe Verdi

  • Deh Pietoso, o Addolorata (Goethe)
  • Perduta ho la pace (Goethe)
  • Non t’accostare all’urna
  • La zingara
  • Guarda che bianca luna
  • Ad una stella
  • In solitaria stanza
  • La Vergine degli Angeli (harpe et piano)

Carl Loewe

  • Ach neige, du Schmerzenreiche (Goethe)

Franz Schubert

  • Gretchen am Spinnrade (Goethe)
  • Die Sterne
  • Non t’accostare all’urna, extrait des 4 Canzonen D. 688
  • Guarda che bianca luna, extrait des 4 Canzonen D. 688

Hugo Wolf

  • Die Zigeunerin

Francesca Idini

  • Santa Maria in Cosmedin


En partenariat avec le Conservatoire national Giuseppe Verdi de Turin.
Classe de musique vocale d’Erik Battaglia
Classe de harpe de Patrizia Radici
Classe de composition de Giorgio Colombo Taccani

Un texte, plusieurs mises en musique. Ce récital exceptionnel révèle comment Verdi, grand admirateur du lied allemand, s’approprie les mêmes textes que Schubert et Wolf dans quelques-unes de plus belles pages vocales du XIXe siècle.

Durée : 60min
Tarifs : 15€


Francesca Idini

Francesca Idini begins her musical journey at the age of six by taking piano lessons and singing in the children’s choir of Teatro Regio in Turin, partaking in several symphonic and theatrical productions both as a chorister and a soloist.

In 2016 she is admitted to Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi in Turin, where she studies Musical Composition with Maestro Orazio Mula, Opera Singing with Maestro Silvana Silbano and Vocal Chamber Music with Maestro Erik Battaglia.

As a composer, her music has been published by Feniarco Edizioni Musicali and she has worked together with several musical events, such as “Suoni in Movimento” by N.I.S.I ArteMusica and “Contemporary Cello Week” by EstOvest Festival.

In 2022 she was selected by Turin’s Conservatory to be part of the Jury of Students at the 66. International Festival of Contemporary Music of La Biennale, in Venice.

As a singer she has worked together with Claudio Fenoglio and Trio Martinale, with whom she made the record “Sundial’s Time”, as well as with Jean Tubery and Carlo de Bortoli.

She is currently a chorister of Coro da Camera di Torino, conducted by Dario Tabbia, with whom she made the records “Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christi” and “O Nata Lux” and of Coro Giovanile Italiano, conducted by Marco Berrini.

Diego Maffezzoni

Diego Maffezzoni was born in Milan in a family of musicians. From his adolescence he joined the theatrical experience to the musical one starting from the violin to the viola, in conjunction with his studies towards chamber and opera singing. In 2013 he graduated from the international school of the Arsenale Theatre in Milan. In 2016 he began his academic career as a viola at the Conservatory « G. Verdi » in Turin with Mauro Righini, graduating with honors in 2019. In 2018-20 he attended the Academy of Pinerolo, where he studied with Simone Briatore. Parallel to the instrumental path in the three-year period 2019-2022 attended the course of Chamber Vocal Music with Erik Battaglia graduating in May 2022 with honors. He sings as chorister and soloist and plays in orchestras, choirs and chamber ensembles for prestigious music festivals and seasons. He collaborates with Teatro Regio di Torino, Mito, Unione Musicale performing in prestigious theatres and national venues. He debuted at the Festival della Valle d’Itria in Martina Franca in 2022.


Class 2003, she started playing the harp at the age of four, simustaneously with the study of Opera at Teatro Regio in Turin.

During these years she participated in different concerts, as a soloist and also with Orchestras and Chamber Music groups.
She worked with many chamber choirs and solo singers, accompanying them in pop music, but also modern or romantic music.

Her repertoire varies from baroque to contemporary music, as she worked with many musicians representatives of the genres in the harp scenes, such as Jazz harpist Marcella Carboni, first harpist at Teatro la Scala Luisa Prandina, and contemporary music harpists like Lucia Bova.


In 2015 she completed her degree in solo piano and piano pedagogy at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater under the guidance of Arūnas Staškus, Irena Uss-Armonienė (Vocal Chamber Music) and Donatas Katkus (Chamber Music). The following year she continued her studies at the Ecole Normale de Musique ‘Alfred Cortot’ (Paris, France) with Guigla Katsarava (Piano) and Paul Montag (Chamber Music). She is currently studying at “G. Verdi Conservatory of Music ”(Turin, Italy), in the chamber vocal class under the direction of Erik Battaglia.

This area, as a musician, has no limits to professionalism, excellence, and perfection. Gintare is not used to bragging about her successes; however, their number is quite abundant. She is the winner of numerous competitions, honored with various prizes, awards and has received many positive appreciations and evaluations from the likes of V. Dvorkin, G. Scott, D. Colucci, AP Bugay, J. Lowenthal, M. Nosowska, N . Seriogin, G. Zitterbart, M. Becker, J. Cohen, N. Stavy, J. Ph. Schulze, A. Bauni, N. Patarcec, M. Tranchant, R. Kruger, O. Kern, K. Scherbakov and others .

She has performed all over Europe giving concerts in Italy, France, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Germany. Performing in concert halls such as Salle Cortot (Paris, France), Villa Torlonia Theater (Rome, Italy), Kaunas Philharmonic (Lithuania) … And a wide range of festivals such as « Le strade d’Europa », « Daugavpils ReStArt « , » International Lied Duo Festival Vilnius-Lied 2013 « and others, not only as a solo pianist, but also in chamber ensembles.

Gintare Elena was awarded for her achievements in various International Competitions with acknowledgments of the Presidents of the Republic of Lithuania, the Chairman of the Seimas, and the Culture Division of Kaunas City Municipality.