13
October
5:30 pm

Orchestra:

Orchestra del Teatro Goldoni di Livorno

Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo

Conductor:

Jee Woon
Park
(South Korea)

Soloist:

Alessandro
Taverna
Piano
(Italy)

Programme:

A.Shor - M.Pletnev

"From My Bookshelf"

for Piano and Symphony Orchestra

Modest P. Mussorgsky

Pictures at an Exhibition


Jee Woon Park

Park Jew Woon dopo essersi laureato alla Kyungpook National University in Corea si è laureato al conservatorio di Frosinone in Composizione, direzione d’orchestra e corale.
Professore di ARAM e AIART International Music Academy di Roma. (2003-2005)
Ha inoltre diretto in Corea, in molti paesi europei e asiatici come Italia, Russia,
Repubblica Ceca, Repubblica, Romania, Serbia, Cina.
Il suo repertorio include: Le nozze di Figaro, Cosi fan Tutte, Don Giovanni, Il Flauto magico, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Elisir d’amore, Lucia di Lammermoor, Rigoletto, La traviata, Il trovatore, La bohème, Tosca, Madama Butterfly, Gianni Schicchi, Turandot, Cavalleria rusticana.
Ha scritto tre opere liriche, la prima “Lucky Day” ha vinto il National Opera
Competition con sceneggiatura e composizione - 2011 "Lucky Day" eletto al
National Opera Group per Re-Performance Project per sceneggiatura e composizione - 2013 "Giorno fortunato" per il Concorso lirico privato della Daegu Opera House Park Jew Woon dopo essersi laureato alla Kyungpook National University in Corea
si è laureato al conservatorio di Frosinone in Composizione, direzione d’orchestra e
corale.
Professore di ARAM e AIART International Music Academy di Roma. (2003-2005)
Ha inoltre diretto in Corea, in molti paesi europei e asiatici come Italia, Russia,
Repubblica Ceca, Repubblica, Romania, Serbia, Cina.
Il suo repertorio include: Le nozze di Figaro, Cosi fan Tutte, Don Giovanni, Il Flauto
magico, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Elisir d’amore, Lucia di Lammermoor, Rigoletto, La
traviata, Il trovatore, La bohème, Tosca, Madama Butterfly, Gianni Schicchi, Turandot,
Cavalleria rusticana.
Ha scritto tre opere liriche, la prima “Lucky Day” ha vinto il National Opera
Competition con sceneggiatura e composizione - 2011 "Lucky Day" eletto al
National Opera Group per Re-Performance Project per sceneggiatura e composizione - 2013 "Giorno fortunato" per il Concorso lirico privato della Daegu Opera House
Good Day 2015.

 

Alessandro Taverna

Piano

Alessandro Taverna established his international career by winning major prizes at Minnesota Piano-e-Competition, London International Piano Competition, Leeds International Piano Competition and Busoni Piano Competition in Bolzano. Since then he has performed in the most important concert halls including Teatro alla Scala Milan, Teatro San Carlo Naples, Teatro La Fenice Venice, Musikverein Vienna, Konzerthaus Berlin, Gasteig Munich, Wigmore Hall and Royal Festival Hall in London, Bridgewater Hall Manchester, Salle Cortot in Paris, Philharmonic Hall Liverpool, Metropolitan Theater in Tokyo, Lincoln Center in New York, Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Auditorium Parco della Musica Rome.

He performed with prestigious orchestras such as Filarmonica della Scala, Münchner Philharmoniker, RAI National Symphony Orchestra, Santa Cecilia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, NHK Symphony Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony, Bucharest Philharmonic, Scottish Chamber, Orchestra of the Accademia Teatro alla Scala and Malta Philharmonic Orchestra.

Taverna also worked with distinguished conductors among these Lorin Maazel, Riccardo Chailly, Fabio Luisi, Myung-whun Chung, Daniel Harding, Michele Mariotti, Daniele Rustioni, Hartmut Haenchen, Ryan McAdams, Sergey Smbatyan, Thierry Fischer, Carlo Boccadoro, Claus Peter Flor, Roland Böer, Joshua Weilerstein.

Born in Venice, Alessandro Taverna studied at the Santa Cecilia Music Foundation in Portogruaro and at the Imola International Piano Academy. After that he specialized at the Santa Cecilia National Music Academy in Rome with Sergio Perticaroli, at the Hochschule für Musik in Hannover with Arie Vardi, and at the Lake Como Piano Academy.

Taverna teaches at the the Imola International Piano Academy "Incontri con il Maestro", at the Conservatory of Music “Cesare Pollini” in Padova and at Santa Cecilia Music Academy in Portogruaro.

He has recorded for Sony, Somm, Musicom, RaiTrade, Tzadik.

For his artistic achievements and his international career, Taverna was awarded the “Premio Presidente della Repubblica” in 2012.

In April 2021 he has been appointed Artistic Director of the International Music Festival of Portogruaro.

Orchestra del Teatro Goldoni di Livorno

The Orchestra del Teatro Goldoni consists of the main reference staff of the opera and symphonic seasons of the theater.
The staff, modulated according to needs, is mainly made up of the elements chosen through a selection organized by the theater in recent times, in which 290 musicians participated, many of whom are already part of the Orchestral Laboratory of the Fondazione Goldoni, located inside the theater from 2010 to 2014.
Some “first parts” will from time to time be unquestionably designated by the orchestra leaders in agreement with the directors of the individual productions.

Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo

The Sanremo Symphony Orchestra is one of the oldest and most prestigious Italian musical realities. Founded in 1905, it is part of the 12 State-recognized Orchestral Concert Institutions (ICOs) (since the foundation of the first 6 ICOs in 1967) and is a Cultural Institution of Regional Interest in Liguria. Since 2003 it has acquired the legal status of a Foundation.

In its long history it has seen the greatest international conductors and major international soloists alternate. Carlo Farina (artistic and permanent director from 1953 to 1979, architect of the rebirth and development of the "Symphonic" up to the highest levels), Evelino Pidò (1986-1987), Stefan Anton Reck (1990- 1993). Among the Artistic Directors we remember Roberto Hazon. Alberto Zedda, Bruno Santori (2010-2015). Since 2015, the Artistic and Stable Director is Maestro Giancarlo De Lorenzo.

Attentive to the enhancement of young talents, the Sanremo Symphony is endowed with a great versatility that allows it to perform, always with great recognition, both the classical repertoire, as well as the romantic, modern and contemporary ones.

The main venue of his concerts is the Opera House of the Casino of Sanremo.

The Foundation also brings its musical proposal to places of historical and artistic interest: from the Civic Museum of Sanremo to the Fort of Santa Tecla, from Villa Ormond (where evenings on the themes of music and flowers were created, activating collaborations with the institutions of the Municipality of Sanremo and with the world of Floriculture) to the churches included in the Review of Music in the Churches and to the Roman Theater of Ventimiglia.

The main objective of many of these projects and collaborations is to fit into cultural and non-cultural contexts, usually dedicated to other activities, favoring a new and innovative use and making use of musical mediation.

In order to educate the new generations to listen and understand symphonic music, the Orchestra offers an intense activity dedicated to schools with a varied educational offer.

Since the summer of 2021, the Symphony has brought its summer season to the Alfano Auditorium, reopened after 15 years and destined to become one of the top locations for musical events in Sanremo.

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