CARLO AONZO & LORENZO BERNARDI DUO
The duo, made up by the famous italian mandolinist Carlo Aonzo and the young guitarist Lorenzo Bernardi will perform next June 20th for the Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles: concert part of a larger tour, which also includes stops in Central America.
The theme of the program presented is the journey: an imaginary journey through Italian regions, centuries and musical styles.
An important tribute therefore to the great Italian musical tradition. The mandolin as a symbol of Italy, of its tradition, but also of its highest culture, deserves to be known above all in its role as a committed, refined, virtuous and academic instrument, also through the rediscovery of authors defined as “minor” but on closer inspection they have left us repertoire pages of absolute artistic merit.
Bartolomeo Bortolazzi (1773-1820) – Tema con variazioni in La Maggiore
Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840) – Cantabile e Sonata I
Filippo Gragnani (1768-1820) – Notturno in Re Maggiore
Raffaele Calace (1863-1934) – Serenata Malinconica
Pietro Mascagni (1863-1945) – Intermezzo da Cavalleria Rusticana
Giacomo Sartori (1860-1946) – Pianto di bimba
Giuseppe Milanesi (1891-1950) – Studio Scherzo in Re minore
Ennio Morricone (1928) – Gabriel’s Oboe
Katsumi Nagoaka (1963) – Da Kazè, Allegro Malinconico
Enrico Marucelli (1873-1911) – Valzer fantastico