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Yamaha & Bosendorfer Piano Festival: ITER, ELEONORA AND BEATRICE DALLAGNESE PRESENT THEIR NEW ALBUM

23SETT15:00Yamaha & Bosendorfer Piano Festival: ITER, ELEONORA AND BEATRICE DALLAGNESE PRESENT THEIR NEW ALBUMSala Stradivari15:00(GMT+00:00)

Dettaglio dell'evento

F. Schubert (1797-1828): Fantasy D 940 op. 103

Allegro “Lebensttürme” D 947 op. 144

J. Brahms (1833-1897): Variations on a theme by Schumann op. 23

Hungarian Dances n. 1, 4, 5 and 8

Eleonora and Beatrice Dallagnese will present their first CD. A concentrate of gratitude towards the authors, a concentrate of gratitude towards their teachers, of rigorous study, of passion for music, of thoughtful choices, of synergies, of sharing, of comparisons and much more inside a record or inside a streaming. The reasons that prompted them to record a CD and the motivations that guided them in the choice of repertoire and title will emerge. The recorded pieces, all for four hands, are: by Schubert, the imposing Fantasia in F minor and the Allegro “Lebensstürme” and, by Brahms, the Variations on a Theme by Schumann op. 23 and five of the twenty-one famous Hungarian Dances. The performance of some of these pieces will be preceded by a short presentation.

Eleonora and Beatrice Dallagnese are 23-year-old twin pianists, both graduated from the Pollini Conservatory of Padua with full marks, honors and honorable mention. Since 2015 they have been attending the prestigious Imola Piano Academy where they continue to improve. In 2022 they were named Yamaha Artists. They perform in concerts as soloists and in piano duo. They have played in important Italian and international theaters and institutions including: Carnegie Hall in New York, Wiener Saal in Salzburg, Società del Quartetto in Milan, Società dei Concerti in Milan, Festival de Musique de Menton, Bocconi University in Milan, Istituto Italiano di Culture of Istanbul and Warsaw in collaboration with Cidim; collaboration that still continues, as part of the project to promote talented young pianists in the world.

They have won numerous first prizes in national and international competitions.

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(Saturday) 15:00(GMT+00:00)

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