Saturday, September 25 (7.30 pm) in the historic garden of the Bishop’s Palace of Imola, a new concert of Emilia Romagna Festival to celebrate the arrival of autumn. The young champion of the accordion, Andrea Coruzzi, will perform with an original repertoire ranging in musical genres, from tango to classical transcriptions.

In the splendid Garden of the Bishop’s Palace, a concert entirely dedicated to the suggestions of the accordion, evocative and poignant instrument, which here will be enhanced by the genius of Andrea Coruzzi, a young talent, already well-known and appreciated musician. The programme includes classical music by Mozart and Paganini, as well as pieces by contemporary authors such as Franck Angelis, Vladimir Zubitsky, Astor Piazzolla and Richard Galliano, with an original composition by Coruzzi himself.

Andrea Coruzzi, class of 98, has been playing the accordion since the age of ten, graduating also in sax with the highest marks and praise under the guidance of M Massimo Ferraguti, and graduating in the two-year specialist with the same teacher with praise and mention in July 2019. He has played several times with great orchestras such as the Cherubini, the orchestra of the Teatro Lirico in Cagliari, the Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini in Parma, the Filarmonici of the Teatro comunale in Bologna, and has been conducted by prestigious conductors including those of Riccardo Muti, Wayne Marshall, Timothy Brock and Troy Miller. Since January 2020 is part of Toscanini Next. He recorded for the record label “EMA VINCI” an album dedicated to Giuseppe Verdi in duo with the violinist Paolo Mora.