About the Event
Experience the highly‐anticipated concert at Milan's revered Auditorium Fondazione Cariplo, where the enchanting sounds of classical music by accomplished composers Claude Debussy, Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky‐Korsakov, Emmanuel Chabrier, and Manolo Sanlúcar will captivate your senses.
Dive into a world of vibrant colors and melodies that have long fascinated composers, particularly those from France, during the 19th and 20th centuries. Emmanuel Chabrier and Nikolai Rimsky‐Korsakov, two contrasting composers from the 19th century, skillfully expressed this fascination through a blend of Romantic spirit and instrumental musical forms. In the early 20th century, both Claude Debussy and Ravel embraced the Spanish flavor in their compositions, with Debussy's Iberia serving as a notable example.
However, the true gem of this program lies in Medea, a captivating piece for guitar and orchestra composed by the late Manolo Sanlúcar. Sanlúcar, a master of the guitar and flamenco, was one of Spain's most intriguing composers until his untimely passing in 2022. Don't miss this extraordinary celebration of classical music, where you will be transported on a melodic journey through the enchanting works of these esteemed composers.
- Emmanuel Chabrier – España, Rapsodia per orchestra
- Manolo Sanlúcar – Medea per chitarra e orchestra
- Claude Debussy – Ibéria, da Images terza serie per orchestra L 118
- Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky‐Korsakov – Capriccio spagnolo in La maggiore op 34
|Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi