Giuseppe Nova, flute
Glauco Bertagnin, violin
Luigi Puxeddu, cello
Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741), Concerto in G minor, RV103
Giuseppe Tartini (1692–1770), Sonata for violin in G minor “Devil’s Trill”
Karl Stamitz (1745–1801), Trio n.2 op.14
Anton Stamitz (1750–1809), Rondò capriccioso
Franz Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)
Divertimento in C major, Hob.IV:1 “London Trio No. 1”
Divertimento in G major, Hob.IV:2 “London Trio No. 2”
Divertimento in G major, Hob.IV:3 “London Trio No. 3”
Divertimento in G major, Hob.IV:4 “London Trio No. 4”
Giuseppe Nova graduated from the Conservatory in Turin and Conservatoire Supérieur de Lyon where he studied with the celebrated Maxence Larrieu. Described as one of the most outstanding Italian flutists of his generation, Mr. Nova made his debut in 1982 as a soloist with the RAI Symphony Orchestra. This marked the beginning of a brilliant career, which has led him to perform in the most prestigious concert halls in Europe, the United States and Asia (Japan, Thailand, China, Korea, Singapour). He was a soloist in several orchestras, such as Prague Virtuosi, Ensemble of Tokyo, Orchestre de Cannes Côte d’Azur, Prague National Theatre Orchestra, Camerata Bohemica, Arena di Verona Orchestra, Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, Turin Philharmonic, Tübinger Kammerorchester, Thailand Philharmonic, Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo, Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, in prestigious concert halls and festivals, like Suntory Hall, Kioi Hall, Hamarikyu Hall in Tokyo, Rome Parco della Musica, Dvorak Hall, and Rudolfinum in Prague, Seoul’s Lotte Concert Halla and Art Center, Teatro Filarmonico in Verona, and Serate Musicali in Milan. He taught at the Accademia di Pescara, at the Arts Academy Foundation in Rome, at the Scuola di Saluzzo, and was a visiting artist at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, USA. He has recorded extensively, among other labels with Camerata Tokyo and Universal. Giuseppe Nova received the Chamber Music Award in Kyoto, he has performed at the G20 in Guatemala City, he received the European Award for Artistic and Cultural activities in Prague, and in 2018, was appointed Best Artist at the Korean Busan Maru International Festival. He has been invited by the Conservatoire de Lausanne and the Conservatoire Supérieur de Lyon as Expert Juror for Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees, he now teaches at the Conservatoire de la Vallée d’Aoste.
Glauco Bertagnin was born in Padua, where he completed his musical studies at the “C. Pollini”, graduating with full marks and honors under the guidance of Fr. Juvarra. From 1978 to 1986 he studied at the Geneva Conservatory with Corrado Romano, obtaining the Diploma of virtuosity with a special mention of honor. He has participated in various competitions where he obtained prizes and awards (Vittorio Veneto, Pescara, Cesena, Città di Castello). He carries out an intense chamber music activity with different ensembles, from the duo to the string orchestra. Since 1980 he has been Principal violin soloist of the I Solisti Veneti, with whom he has taken part in concerts for important festivals and concert halls (Salzburg. Edinburgh, Carnegie Hall, Bunka Kaikan Tokyo). With the I Solisti Veneti he has also recorded numerous records also as a soloist (Vivaldi’s L’estro armonico) and broadcast for many radios and televisions all over the world. He teaches violin at Padua Conservatory. He plays a Guadagnini violin dated 1803.
After winning important prizes (Vittorio Veneto, Viotti di Vercelli, Milan), Luigi Puxeddu started a brilliant career that led him to play in the most important halls in the world (Teatro alla Scala, Salle Pleyel in Paris, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Lincoln Center of New York, Vienna Musikverein, Suntory Hall of Tokyo etc.). He performed as a soloist, recorded for RAI and ORF, and played asprincipal cello with the most important Italian symphonic orchestras (Teatro alla Scala, Teatro La Fenice, Filarmonica Toscanini, etc.), under the baton of the most well-known conductors such as Barenboim, Chailly , Oren, Maazel, Bychkov, Dudamel, etc. For many years, he was the solo cellist of the I Solisti Veneti, and now he is one of the I Solisti Filarmonici Italiani. He has collaborated in various chamber ensembles with the best Italian and foreign musicians such as Maurizio Baglini, Mario Brunello, Bruno Canino, Gerardo Felisatti, Filippo Gamba, Ivry Gitlis, Ramo Jaffè, Michel Lethiec, Piernarciso Masi, Vladimir Mendelssohn, and others. He has recorded for RAI, ORF, Amadeus, RCA, Erato, Frequenz, Hyperion, Tactus, Dad Recors and Brilliant. The recordings of over 30 CDs of Luigi Boccherini’s music makes him one of the well-known interpreters of the composer from Lucca. The CD box containing the 26 “Milanese sonatas” for cello and bass by Luigi Boccherini for Brilliant (the only complete recording) was chosen by Angelo Foletto (Repubblica) as the disc of the month of Suonare News, reported with 5 Diapason in France and excellently reviewed in American Record Guide and Classical Voice. He is a cello teacher at the F. Venezze Conservatory of Music in Rovigo.
Admission free. Free tickets can be picked up the last hour before the concert at the entrance to the City Museum. The number of seats is limited, so we advise you to arrive a little earlier.
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