Calendar 2013

AUTUMN

1 September, 21:00
Villa Baragiola, Alzate Brianza
+free entrance

6 September, 20:30

Pinacoteca Civica, Como
+
dinner

13 September, 18:00

Villa Vigoni, Menaggio
+guided tour

13 September, 20:30
Pinacoteca Civica, Como
+
dinner

20 September, 20:30
Pinacoteca Civica, Como
+
dinner

21 September, 21:00
Villa Amalia, Erba
+guided tour

27 September, 20:30
Pinacoteca Civica, Como
+
dinner

4 October, 18:00
Villa Vigoni, Menaggio
+guided tour

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SPRING

30 April, 18:00
Villa Cipressi, Varenna
+
dinner

4 May, 18:00

Ascension Church, Cadenabbia-Griante

18 May, 18:30

Villa Melzi, Bellagio

25 May, 18:00

Villa Vigoni, Menaggio
+guided tour

1 June, 21:00
Villa Giamminola, Albavilla

2 June, 18:00

Villa Cipressi, Varenna
+
dinner

7 June, 21:00

Villa Vigoni, Menaggio
+guided tour

22 June, 21:00
Villa Amalia, Erba
+guided tour

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6 September, 21.00
Pinacoteca Civica - Palazzo Volpi, Como
+
Dinner at Ristorante Caffé Teatro

DUO ANDRE' NAVARRA
Camilla and Sergio Patria (cello)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750): dalle Invenzioni a due voci (arr. Elena Ballario):
N. 1, BWV 772 in Do maggiore
N. 2, BWV 773 in Do minore
N. 7, BWV 778 in Mi minore
N. 8, BWV 779 in Fa maggiore
Giovanni Battista Viotti (1755 – 1824): Duetto n. 1 op. 29 in Re maggiore (Allegro Vivace, Andante, Allegretto più tosto vivo)
Giovanni Battista Viotti: Duetto n. 3 op. 29 in Do minore (Moderato maestoso e con grande espressione, Adagio, Agitato assai)
David Popper (1843 – 1913): Suite op. 16 (Andante grazioso, Gavotte, Scherzo, Largo espressivo, Marcia finale)
Elena Ballario (1964): Ostinato

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Realized with the support of Comune di Como - Assessorato alla cultura

 

+Dinner at Ristorante Caffé Teatro

Ristorante Caffé Teatro
Piazza Verdi 11, Como

Complete dinner 20€.
The kitchen will be open also after the concert.
We suggest to book in advance 031 4140 363

 

Concert's Location General Information

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Camilla Patria, born in Biella in 1995, began studying cello at the Conservatory in Turin in 2006 under the guidance of his father, cellist Sergio Patria and is currently attending the ninth year of Cello, always at the Turin Conservatory in the class of Massimo Macri. She regularly participates in the orchestra of the Conservatory directed by Giuseppe Ratti and Mario Lamberto. She participated in concerts of chamber music with parents Sergio Patria and Elena Ballario and several ensembles. She has performed several times Concerto in G minor for two cellos and orchestra by A. Vivaldi. In August 2011 he made his debut as a soloist with the State Philharmonic Orchestra of Craiova directed by Panagiotis Diamantis performing the Adagio with Variations "by Ottorino Respighi. She participated in national and international competitions: first prize at the International Music Competition of Cortemilia (2007) The III Prize at the International Competition of the Alpi Marittime Busca, II place in the competition Rotary Santhià etc.. In January 2012, she was among those selected students audition for the solo concert with orchestra of the Conservatory of Turin and executed in January 2013 for Musical Evenings in the Conservatory and the Festival Viotti of Vercelli, the Concerto in C Major by FJ Haydn with the Orchestra Camerata Ducale directed by Maestro Mario Lamberto. In June 2012 participated in the master classes of chamber music by Bruno Canino at the Conservatory of Turin, recently the master-class chamber music with Bruno Giuranna and summer of 2012 at the International Summer Academy Mozarteum in Salzburg class of Umberto Clerici. She will participate in 2013 to several solo and chamber music concerts of great importance at Italian and foreign institutions.

Sergio Patria at sixteen he made his debut as soloist with the Orchestra of Radio Svizzera Italiana directed by Otmar Nussio.
He graduated with honors from the Conservatory of Alessandria E.Roveda, studied with A.Baldovino at the the Accadema Chigiana of Siena, the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome and G.Selmi. He served for some years the post of principal cellist in the Symphony Orchestra of Bogota. He later collaborated with the Orchestra of Santa Cecilia in Rome and as principal cellist at the Stadttheater in Lucerne, where every year thereafter was invited to be part of the prestigious Swiss International Festival Orchestra.
In 1974 he won the "Migros" (Zurich) for chamber music. E 'was professor of cello at the Conservatory of San Cristobal (Venezuela), the Colombian National University Conservatory, the Conservatory and the School City of Lucerne, at the Conservatory of Alexandria, the School of Saluzzo, courses orchestral Lanciano and vocational training courses by dell'IRFo. P. Friuli Venezia Giulia Region. From 1977 to 2007 he taught at the Conservatory of Turin, the city where from 1974 to June 1999 he served as principal cellist at the Teatro Regio. In 2002 he was again teaching the courses of the School of Advanced Musical Saluzzo. Knower and popularizer of the Alexander Technique was among the first in Italy with Konrad Klemm to have attended the lectures of Noam Rennen (disciple of Alexander), one of the first teachers of the Alexander Technique in the world. As a performer of concertos for cello and orchestra, he played under the baton of conductors such that: Y.Ahronovitch, R.Chailly, O.Nussio, T.Costin, S.Caduff, EHBeer, M.Horvat, S . Lorant, B.Martinotti, A.Peiretti, M.Peiretti, F.Zigante. In April 2001 he performed the first performance of the Rhapsody for cello and orchestra (composed by himself) the composer A.Peiretti with the Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo both the symphonic season of the same that the Sala Verdi Conservatory in Turin.
Soloist and chamber musician in various chamber groups, of which he was also the founder, has carried out concerts in Italy and abroad in collaboration with leading musicians and soloists.

 

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