It is a dialogue between musicians of different generations the concert of Tuesday, July 6 (9 pm) at the Osservanza Theatre in Imola, with the Master of the piano Bruno Canino, flanked by the young Cristian Lombardi flute and Giulia Rimonda violin, two real rising stars, for a journey through two centuries of music history, through Bach, Mozart, Bazzini until the twentieth century by Poulenc and Nino Rota.

Bruno Canino as soloist and chamber pianist has played in the main concert halls and European festivals, in America, Australia, Japan and China. He devoted himself particularly to contemporary music, working with artists of which he often performed works in first performance. He played under the direction of great masters such as Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti and Riccardo Chailly, with orchestras such as the Filarmonica della Scala, the Orchestra di Santa Cecilia, the Berliner Philharmoniker, the New York Philharmonia, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Orchestre National de France.

Together with this ‘living piano monument’ two true ‘rising stars’ both from families of great musicians: the talented Cristian Lombardi, born in 2001, son of the famous flutist Salvatore who, despite his young age, has already collected numerous first absolute prizes in several international competitions, has held several concerts as a soloist in some of the most prestigious halls in Europe and has collaborated alongside great soloists such as Ramin Bahrami, Guido Rimonda and Patrick Gallois.

Next to him the young and talented violinist Giulia Rimonda, daughter of art – father violinist and mother pianist – trained in the most prestigious international academies. From 2018 she became CIDIM artist and artistic director of the Camerata Ducale Junior CDJ, training young talents under 20, based in Vercelli.  He has already recorded for the record label Decca Universal, the Sonata for two violins op.3 n.2 by J.M.Leclair contained in the CD Le violon noir n.2.