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Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
Auditorium Parco della Musica di Roma
Viale de Coubertin
Auditorium Parco della musica
Haydn, Missa "In tempore belli"
Orchestra e Coro dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
Manfred Honeck direttore
Paul Lewis pianoforte
Regula Mühlemann soprano
Marianna Pizzolato contralto
Kenneth Tarver tenore
Tareq Nazmi basso
  • Mozart Exultate, jubilate K 165     
  • Beethoven Concerto per pianoforte n. 3
  • Haydn Missa "In tempore belli" (Paukenmesse)

Two weeks of concerts with Manfred Honeck, now a constant presence in Accademia di Santa Cecilia's concert seasons, are planned.
Honeck, now one of the most highly admired and sought-after conductors on the international landscape, took honours at the 2018 Grammy Awards in the Best Classical Performance category. His appearances in the United States and on the podium for leading European orchestras are a guarantee of lively interpretations with a unique, explosive musicality, thanks also to having long worked alongside Carlos Kleiber and Claudio Abbado. An Austrian, and a former violist at Wiener Philharmoniker, he obviously has a privileged rapport with the repertoire linked to the famed orchestra's city: Vienna.
Wholly dedicated to the "First Viennese School," the first concert series will feature British pianist Paul Lewis - a famed interpreter of Beethoven, to be making his Santa Cecilia debut - and three of the greatest composers from this historic period: Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven. The two works intended for the liturgical service, Mozart's motet Exsultate, Jubilate and the Missa in tempore belli (also known as Paukenmesse, or the "timpani mass") are joined by Beethoven's Piano Concerto no. 3, marking the divide between Mozart's motet with its great vocal virtuosity (soloist: Regula Mühlemann) and hints of Italian bel canto style, and the work also known as "Mass in Time of War," an affirmation of Haydn's faith that, in spite of the title, wishes to express, in its intense and composed lyricism, an optimistic vision of peace.




Tickets
Platea .................................  Euro 52
Galleria 1 .................................  Euro 42
Gallerie 4 e 5 .................................  Euro 34
Galleria 7 .................................  Euro 30
Galleria 2 .................................  Euro 28
Gallerie 3 e 6 .................................  Euro 19
Under 30 .................................  25% di sconto

 

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