About the Event
Experience an extraordinary performance of classical music at Milan's remarkable Auditorium Fondazione Cariplo with Spira mirabilis. This unique ensemble, composed of dedicated and passionate professional musicians, offers a one‐of‐a-kind experience. Unlike traditional orchestras, Spira mirabilis does not rely on a conductor. Instead, they come together to study and perform music as a collective.
Like a geometric figure, Spira mirabilis maintains its distinct identity regardless of the number of musicians or the piece being played. This project embodies a sense of unity and harmony, just like the figure it is named after. The musicians' commitment and love for music shine through every note they play.
In this performance, Spira mirabilis takes on one of Robert Schumann's symphonic masterpieces, the Third Symphony, also known as the Renana. However, this rendition is Mahler's reorchestration, breathing new life into the composition. The Third Symphony was composed in a mere month, but it encapsulates the beauty and spirituality of the Rhine region. The river, often referred to as the 'religion of the Rhine,' served as a profound source of inspiration for Schumann.
Spira mirabilis treats this symphony with utmost reverence, bridging the gap between the composer's original intentions and Mahler's vision. The result is a breathtaking performance that captivates listeners, inviting them on an ethereal journey.
Don't miss this incredible opportunity to witness Spira mirabilis's awe‐inspiring talent and passion for music. Join them at Milan's Auditorium Fondazione Cariplo and immerse yourself in the magic of classical music like never before.
- Robert Schumann – Sinfonia n. 3 in Mi bemolle maggiore op. 97