10 Soloists, 8 Conductors Confirmed on Star-Studded Lineup of Accordi Musicali 2023
The first batch of artists who will be performing at the 2023 Accordi Musicali International Classical Music Festival has just been released, allowing prospective attendees to get their first glimpse of the host of internationally-acclaimed musicians who shall be performing live in Bari and Livorno.
On the soloist front, CMDI Group have so far confirmed the attendance of (in alphabetical order):
- Italian pianist Alessandro Taverna;
- Armenian/UK cellist Alexander Chaushian;
- Ukrainian/Austrian pianist Anna Ulaieva;
- Austrian violinist Boris Brovtsyn;
- French/Belgian cellist Camille Thomas;
- Belgian pianist Denis Kozhukhin;
- Japanese violinist Fumiaki Miura;
- Israeli violinist Itamar Zorman;
- German cellist Julian Steckel;
- Chinese/US violinist Nancy Zhou.
These musicians will be performing alongside the Orchestra del Teatro Goldoni di Livorno and the AYSO Symphony Orchestra, who shall be led by a variety of top international conductors, including (in alphabetical order):
- Christian Schulz (Austria);
- Epifanio Comis (Italy);
- Eric Lederhandler (Belgium);
- John Warner (UK);
- Mario Menicagli (Italy);
- Micha Katz (France);
- Nabil Shehata (Germany);
- Teresa Satalino (Italy).
More artists for the event are set to be announced shortly, so be sure to visit the official website at accordimusicali.com to keep up-to-date with all the latest news.