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Artists at the 36th Cinque Terre International Music Festival

From 21st July to 16th September, local and international artists will take part in the music festival organised by the “Cesar Franck” association to promote Cinque Terre organ and landscape heritage.

(Manarola - Sede, 24 Lug 17) The Festival (MORE INFO)


Grandi & Fanti

Grandi & Fanti are a band from Riomaggiore (Cinque Terre) that plays in local dialect. As their name suggests, band members are mostly young people ("fanti"): Irene Somovigo (voice), Luca Scapin (bouzouki), Leonardo Franceschetti (guitar), Lorenzo Beschi (electric guitar) and Marco Curti (drums). The band's "grandi" (adults) are Francesco Buttà (voice) and Enrico Bonanini (voice, bouzouki and bass guitar). All the band's original songs were written in the local dialect of Ligurian language. The band's name refers to the different ages of its members, but also to the need, for musicians and poets, to preserve the spirit of youth in themselves. They draw musical inspiration from the Mediterranean sounds that Fabrizio De André and Mauro Pagani put at the core of their masterpiece album "Crêuza de mä". That is why the band's instruments include the bouzouki, which is not played with the Greek tuning but with its strings free, just as the Genoese singer-songwriter did. Grandi & Fanti received several awards, twice winning the San Giorgio Festival of Ligurian Language Song, held every year in Albenga.


Orchestra dei Ragazzi della Scuola di Musica di Fiesole

The orchestra of the students of Fiesole Music School includes some very young members. The discipline of making music together - which is at the heart of the learning method guiding this ensemble - is conducive to a proper development, not only as artists but also as humans. The Orchestra dei Ragazzi has repeatedly represented our country in Spain, Germany and France. Every year, together with the Galilei Orchestra and the Italian Juvenile Orchestra, it offers a musical greeting to the city of Florence on New Year's morning. Luciano Berio invited it to attend the inauguration of the new "Parco della Musica" Auditorium in Rome, on 21 April 2002; Salvatore Accardo conducted it on occasion of the orchestra's 30th anniversary (2004) at Palazzo Vecchio, also participating as soloist; again with Maestro Accardo, the orchestra had the honour to inaugurate, with great success, the 2011-2012 season of the Accademia Filarmonica Romana. It was recently awarded the Galileo 2000 prize - Pentagramma d'oro Una vita per la musica. In 2016, the Orchestra dei Ragazzi gave a concert at Vienna's Musikverein, winning the World Orchestra Festival, organised by the Wiener Philharmoniker in the Austrian capital. Its current conductor-teacher is Edoardo Rosadini. The Orchestra performs its activities thanks to the support of Fondazione CR Firenze.


Fiesole Music School

Founded by Piero Farulli, viola player in the historic Quartetto Italiano, this is a reference point in the music world. The school is open 350 days a year, has 1,300 students, 7 orchestras and 6 choirs. Its excellent results, due to its commitment to educational innovation and research, won it success and international fame: education in Fiesole, which also includes courses for very young children and enthusiasts, stands out for its focus on ensemble music and for the extraordinary quality of its specialisation courses. 


Edoardo Rosadini

Edoardo Rosadini is an orchestra conductor and violin player. He studied viola with Piero Farulli at Fiesole Music School, where he graduated with full marks. He has founded the Klimt Quartet, with which he has recorded for labels such as Amadeus, Stradivarius, Brilliant, and he is currently recording the complete Johannes Brahms piano quartets. He teaches string quartet at Fiesole Music School. He studied orchestra conduction with P. Bellugi, C. Metters, J. Panula and G. Ferro. Since 2002 he has been Maestro of the Orchestra dei Ragazzi, with which he won Vienna's World Orchestra Festival in 2016. He is musical director of the I Nostri Tempi Orchestra, and is also active in contemporary music. In 2012 he conducted the New Year Concert, on the occasion of the inauguration of Florence New Opera Theatre. 


Beppino Delle Vedove

Born in Udine, he studied at his city's Conservatory, graduating in piano and organ composition and harpsichord. After that, several specialisation courses in Italy, Switzerland and Germany gave him the opportunity to approach the greatest representatives of the organ-harpsichord world. He taught at the Conservatories of Piacenza, Cagliari and Palermo and, since 1998, he has been chair of organ and organ composition at Udine Conservatory, where he also fulfils the position of deputy director. He performs as soloist in Italy and abroad. He has played for the inauguration of new organs and for the restoration of ancient ones, and he has been panel member in national and international organ contests. He has recorded for RAI and for several regional broadcasting companies, and recorded CDs of his performances on organs in Friuli and Sicily. He has held masterclasses on Italian organ music interpretation in Spain, Latvia and Slovenia. Since 2004 he has been appointed organist at the Udine Cathedral. He collaborates as a conductor with several ensembles of Friuli Venezia Giulia. He conducted Catania's ERSU symphonic orchestra during its summer 2008 production. In 2007 he founded the Udine Organ Academy to promote Friuli's organ heritage. He is the creator and artistic director of the "Giovanni Battista Candotti" Friuli International Organ Festival.


Arnaud Reynés Florit

Born in Maiorca, he graduated with full marks in piano and chamber music from Valencia Conservatory. He studied organ with Montserrat Torrent at Barcelona Conservatory, graduating with full marks. He took part in organ specialisation courses with Harald Vogel, Michael Radulescu, Montserrat Torrent. He is currently music professor at the University of the Balearic Islands. He has performed in Spain, Italy, France, Czech Republic, Germany. He has studied and published several articles on historical organs of the Balearic Islands, participating in 1986 in the Spanish Organ Congress, held in Madrid, at the invitation of the Ministry of Culture. He has recorded for radio and television. Some of his performances on several historical Maiorca organs were recorded in 2005 by the British label Priory Records.


Andrea Bacchetti

He made his debut at Milan's Sala Verdi, when he was only 11 years old, with the Solisti Veneti conducted by C. Scimone. Since then he has been performing in numerous international festivals and at renowned music centres. In Italy and abroad, he is regularly a guest of the main orchestras and opera theatres, and of all the most important concert associations. He records exclusively for Sony Classical, and his vast discography includes the SACD of Cherubini's Sonatas (Penguin Guide UK, Rosette 2010) and "The Scarlatti Restored Manuscript" (RCA Red Seal), which won the ICMA in 2014 (Baroque Instrumental category). Among his Bach recordings there are "Invenzioni e Sinfonie" (September 2009's CD of the month for BBC Music Magazine) and "The Italian Bach" (May 2014's CD of the month for Record Geijutsu). He has always been passionate about chamber music. He has successfully collaborated with partners such as Prazak Quartet, Uto Ughi, Antonella Ruggiero, Quatour Ysaye. Composers such as Vacchi, Boccadoro, Del Corno - among others - have dedicated him some of their pieces.


Ferruccio Bartoletti

He graduated with full marks in organ and organ composition from Padua Conservatory, he studied with Knud Vad and René Saorgin, and he has been one of the first ones in Italy to use his instrument to create original and interactive improvisation works that meld narration, poetry and image. He currently teaches at the Diocesan School of Sacred Music of Massa Carrara-Pontremoli, and since 2016 he has been appointed organist of the Massa Cathedral.


Emanuele Bergamaschi 

He graduated in piano from the Bologna "G. B. Martini" Conservatory under the guidance of Franco Agostini, he studied piano and chamber music, and nurtures a profound passion for Bach. In 2013 he graduated in physics, and has been working for years in theatres as director, playwright and composer, constantly in search for a synaesthetic form of expression, and especially for the union of painting and music.


Dietrich Oberdörfer


Organ player, singer and composer, he studied sacred music at "C. Monteverdi" Conservatory in Bolzano, and organ and improvisation at Vienna Musikhochschule with Anton Heiller and Alfred Mitterhofer. His meeting with Arvo Pärt was important for his activity as composer. He teaches organ and music theory in Merano and Silandro, and he is artistic director at the European Organ Academy in Castel Coldrano (Bolzano).

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