On 3 December, at the Ebe Stignani Theatre in Imola at 9 pm, for the winter season of ERF#StignaniMusica 2018/19, will perform the Cameristi della Scala, accompanied by Andrea Manco on flute and Francesco Manara solo violin, with music by Bach, Bazzini and Marco Enrico Bossi, for a concert built entirely on young Italian excellences.

The ensemble of the Cameristi della Scala is one of the excellence of the Italian chamber scene: founded in 1982, composed by members of the Orchestra della Scala – each leader and potential soloist – is famous for the frequent interpretation of pieces of virtuosity. Thanks to the constant collaboration with the best conductors and the best interpreters, the quality of the Cameristi soon reached an international level.

Andrea Manco is considered one of the most brilliant flutists of his generation, has won prizes in the major international flautist competitions. In 2003, when he was just 20 years old, he obtained the position of first flute in the Orchestra of the Teatro Regio di Torino. Then he was invited as a first guest flute by many important international orchestras, touring in Europe, U.S., Japan, China and Israel.

Francesco Manara attended the G. Verdi Conservatory in Turin where in 1990 he graduated under the guidance of M. Marin with honors. In 1992 he was chosen by Riccardo Muti to play the role of First Solo Violin of the Teatro alla Scala Orchestra and won the first prize in the scholarship competition organized by the La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra. He has collaborated with conductors such as D. Baremboin, A. Pappano, G. Pretre, G. Sinopoli, J. Temirkanov, R. Ticciati.