ROSSINI, Gioachino

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13-May-2012 Auditorium Parco della Musica, Sala Petrassi

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"Come dolce all'alma mia" 01' 55''

Leggeri, Paola

Leggeri, Paola

Born in Florence in 1978, she started studying music at the age of seven with the piano. She successfully entered the L. Cherubini Conservatorium of Florence in the class of principal piano with Professor L. Rocchetti. At the same time she attended singing classes at the Conservatorium with Professor K. Lafferty Gamberucci with whom she graduated in September 2005 with maximum marks. She has attended numerous masterclasses held by teachers, amongst others: M. Rinaldi, G. Banditelli, F.M. Bressan, S. Lowe, B. De Simone, S. Rigacci and A. Althoff at the Salsburg Mozarteum. She participated as a soloist in the orchestral direction course held by Maestro Alessandro Pinzauti on the opera "Così fan tutte" with the role Fiordiligi. She has worked for 3 years with the "Francesco Landidi Schola Cantorum" directed by Maestro Fabio Lombardo. In September 2004 she participated in a project between the Pisa City Lyric Opera Studio, Livorno Teatro, Giglio di Lucca Theatre and Marruccino di Chieti Theatre debuting the role of Galatea in the opera "Acis e Galatea" of Haendel/Mozart conducted by Jonathan Webb and directed by Stefano Vizioli. In the season of 2005/2006, she took part in a production of "Semiramide" at the Verdi Theatre in Pisa, directed by Stefano Vizioli and conducted by Filippo Maria Bressan. In June 2005 she received a study scholarship from the Richard Wagner Association of Venice that allowed her to assist at the Bayreuth Festival 2005 in the performances of "Lohengrin", "Parsifal" and "Tristan e Isolde". She was a finalist in the 25th Toti dal Monte di Treviso competition and received a study scholarship from the Bruzzolo family for the best Italian participant. She has attended the vocal technique perfection courses held by Professor A. Althoff in the Ca'Zenobio di Treviso Villa. She performed the role of Lucieta in the opera "I Quattro Rusteghi" of E. Wolf-Ferrari in January 2006 in the theatres of Lucca, Pisa, Livorno and Ravenna, conducted by Aldo Sisillo and directed by Gino Zampieri. At the moment she attends the perfection for opera singers course held by Maggio Fiorentino Formazione.

Giannini, Stefano

Giannini, Stefano

Stefano Giannini graduated in piano (with highest honors from the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome), harpsichord and vocal chamber music (at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi in Milan with honors, cum laude and special mention). He performs mainly Accompanying Maestro. He worked as Collaborator as a Maestro at the Teatro Comunale in Bologna and, as a scholarship winner at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan in the role of accompanist for the choir. He is accompanist in relevant lyric competitions including the Renata Tebaldi of San Marino, the AS. LI.CO at the Teatro Sociale Como and the Francisco Viñas in Barcelona. He has worked with famous names from the world of opera such as Maria Dragoni, Tiziana Fabbricini, Raina Kabaivanska and Giuseppe Taddei. Since 2004 he collaborates with the Opera Studio run by Renata Scotto at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. He is currently professor of piano accompaniment at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan.

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