Monday, August 2 in Piazza Andrea Costa in Tossignano, the flutes of Paola Tarabusi and David Bonomo and the piano of Luigi Moscatello will accompany the viewer in a temporal journey that arrives from the opera to the cinema.
“From theater to… cinema” – this the title of the concert – is a musical project born from the strong passion of the three musicians for the musical theater and for the cinematic narration that crosses the centuries and the musical tastes, from the end of the nineteenth century to the contemporary. A long world musical itinerary made of characteristic and characterizing melodies, symbols of ages and eternal places such as western music, the typical Spanish music of the corrida or the timeless and patriotic themes and melodies of Verdi. The chosen pieces are arrangements and transcriptions of the most famous opera arias, musicals and soundtracks most known and loved by spectators of all ages.
To open the evening the game of variations on the themes from Guillaume Tell, the last opera composed by Rossini before devoting himself exclusively to chamber music, and the Fantasia Concertante on the themes of La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi. Transcriptions conceived and elaborated by the Trio Recondite Armonie with the intention of highlighting all the potentialities of the respective instruments. The journey continues between the notes of Carmen by Georges Bizet and those of Giacomo Puccini to get to the contemporary sounds of the musical with a medley of the timeless songs of West Side Story composed by Leonard Bernstein and arranged by Paola Tarabusi.
To conclude the evening a tribute to the master of film music Ennio Morricone, author of over five hundred soundtracks and winner of two Oscars, with a medley dedicated to his production.
To perform this original program the Trio Recondite Armonie, a formation composed of two flutists Paola Tarabusi, founders of the Association “Recondite Armonie” for the dissemination of musical culture, and David Bonomo; and the pianist and composer Luigi Moscatello Bolognese, also known for the passion of the pipe organ that he cultivated since childhood.