6 September, 21.00
Pinacoteca Civica - Palazzo Volpi, Como
+Dinner at Ristorante Caffé Teatro
Massimo Santaniello (Clarinet), Gianni Fassetta (Accordion)
Ennio Morricone: Brothers, C'era una volta in America
Richard Galliano: Tango pour Claude
Nicola Pivani: Buongiorno principessa
Astor Piazzolla: Libertango, C'era una volta il west
Nino Rota: Amarcord
Ennio Morricone: Gabriel's oboe
Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion, Vuelvo al Sur
Ennio Morricone: Per le antiche scale
Astor Piazzolla: Tristango
Vittorio Monti: Czardas
Giuseppe Verdi: Preludio (da La Traviata), La donna è mobile (da Rigoletto)
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+Dinner at Ristorante Caffé Teatro
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Massimo Santaniello, brilliantly graduated at the Conservatory of Avellino, followed the postgraduate studies at the School of Music of Fiesole with Maestro Toudora and at the National Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome with Maestro Vincenzo Mariozzi . He has performed as principal clarinet with renowned conductors and soloists including: Marcello Rota, Cristian Mandeal, Bruno Aprea, Louis Bacalov, M. Cloths, A. Francis, Boris Brott, Lothar Zagrosek, Passarella, Alexander Michejev, Bruno Canino, Aldo Tramma, Giampiero Sobrino, Kill Hannah, Fabrizio Bosso and others. It 'been a guest soloist in various international festivals, New York, Tokyo, Turin, Milan, Naples and others. He has performed as a soloist clarinet various works of literature, including the concert in the Major K622 Mozart, the concerto No.2 in E-flat Major Weber, with the State Orchestra of Arad, Chamber Orchestra of Moldova, the orchestra of Teatro Coccia of Novara , the Philharmonic Orchestra Veneta. He collaborated with the Orchestra of the Teatro La Fenice in Venice in 2012. She is the artistic director of Filarmonici Venetil. He is professor of clarinet at the Institute of Legnago.
Gianni Fassetta began studying accordion at the age of six years with the master Elio Boschello of Venice, distinguished young technique for spontaneity, ease of interpretation and vivid musicality. He won fifteen national and international competitions, he has participated in recordings Rai TV, regional and international networks. Take part in 1983, in Rome, at the Congress-Making in the presence of the Minister of Education, Franca Falcucci, and fourteen directors of the Italian Conservatories of Music for the insertion of the accordion in the musicprogram of conservatories.
He performed concerts in Italy (Sala "Nervi" in the Vatican in the presence of Pope John Paul II, the Festival dei due mondi in Spoleto, Aula Magna University La Sapienza in Rome, the Royal Gardens in Turin, Teatro Goldoni in Venice; Eden Theatre in Naples , Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, Villa Pamphili in Rome, the Villa Rufolo in Ravello Festival, Teatro Petrella Longiano, Musical Summer Villa Manin di Passariano, Udine) and abroad (Argentina, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Pakistan , Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Hungary).
He is also very active in the field of chamber music. He is the accordionist Piazzollandotrio (winner of the International Competition "Amadeus" 2000); Mitteleuropa Orchestra conducted by Daniel Zanettovich and Remo Anzovino Trio with whom he has been getting rave reviews in prestigious international festivals (Umbria Jazz Winter, Naples Jazz Festival, 64th Venice Film Festival in Venice, Abbey of Sesto al reghena, Feltrinelli in Rome, Auditorium Demetrio Stratos Milan, European Jazz Expo Cagliari).
Since July 2009 he collaborates with M. Nicola Piovani in the project "EPTA", seven-movement suite for seven instruments. He is also a solo concert for accordion and orchestra (Orchestra "Music Together Twentieth Century"; Orchestra "Gianfrancesco Malipiero"; Orchestra Performers Venetians; Orchestra "La Serenissima" Orchestra "St. Mark"; "Clarino Ensemble" Orchestra of the Conservatory of Venice "Benedetto Marcello"). He collaborates with theater companies, poems set to music by various artists and also has experience in the cabaret world.
He participated in the creation of the motion picture soundtrack "Vajont" by Renzo Martinelli, composing two songs for accordion and string quartet, now published by the Sugar Music in Milan. He holds master classes and he is professor of Accordion at the Institute S. Cecilia in Portogruaro (Venice).