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LIRICA EVENING: Ti voglio bene assai

5€ – 8€

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Date:
18.01
Time:
Fri - 20:00 H.
Cost:
5€ – 8€
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Opera arias and Neapolitan songs (more info shortly).

David Ferri – Tenor
David Ferri Durà was born in Valencia (Spain). In this same city he began his musical studies. Finish the guitar career at the Conservatorio Superior de Música. He begins to study singing with María Ángeles Peters and later with Victor Alonso. His experience in the theater begins as an assistant stage director at the Palau de les Arts in Valencia and, for a brief period, at the Teatro Comunale in Florence. In the year 2010 he began to study Canto with the tenor Antonio Lemmo and at the same time he started an intense concert activity with the Orchestra of the Tblisi Opera and Ballet Theater, at the Roman Theater of Gubbio, at the Superior Basilica of Assisi and at the Villa Vitale de Fermo. Also in 2010 he played in Nantes (France) the character of Bastiano from Mozart’s opera Bastiano e Bastiana. He also sang in the concert “Premio Cimarosa” of the Cimarosa Foundation in Aversa. In 2011 he played the character of Arlecchino, from the opera of Leoncavallo I pagliacci, in various productions in the following theaters: Teatro Goldoni in Livorno, Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti in Modena, Teatro Cilea in Reggio Calabria, Teatro del Giglio in Lucca and Teatro Verdi of Pisa. He also debuted in the role of Mitrane of Rossini’s Semiramide at the San Carlo Theater Foundation in Naples. In 2012 he played the character of Bertrando, of L’inganno Felice de Rossini at the Teatro La Fenice Foundation in Venice. He also sings the Giambarone del Don Trastullo de Jommelli at the Teatro San Carlo Foundation in Naples. Later he faces the role of Il Volontario (Samih) in the world premiere of the opera Nûr de Taralli in the “Festival del Valle de Itria” by Martina Franca. In August of the same year, he participated in the charity concert for the collection of funds in favor of the damni fi ed of the Emilia Romagna earthquake in Cantiano. In 2013, he again played the role of Bastiano in Mozart’s opera Bastiano e Bastiana at the Teatro della Reggia di Caserta. Mozart also sings the Coronation Mass at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome and Ferrando from the opera Così fan tutte in various productions at the Goldoni Theater in Livorno and in Lucca opera festival. Later he sings the Concert of Belcanto “Prize Rodolfo Celletti”, with the soprano Jessica Pratt in the Festival della Valle d’Itria of Martina Franca. He also debuted the role of Il Conte d’Almaviva of the Barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini in Preggio Music Festival Perugia and the role of Rinuccio in the opera Gianni Schicchi by Puccini at the Teatro Grande de Brescia. In November of the same year, he participated in the Trilogy Verdi & Shakesperare singing the roles of Malcolm of the opera Macbeth and Roderigo of the opera Otello at the Ravenna Festival Teatro Alighieri. In 2014, he played the Dorvil and Dormont roles of La scala di seta by Rossini at the Teatro La Fenice foundation in Venice. Performs Ferrando del Così fan tutte de Mozart at the Kombëtar Theater and Operas dhe Baletit in Tirana (Albania). Camille de Rossinllon in The Merry Widow of Lehar, in the Sociale theaters of Rovigo, Opera State of Bassano del Grappa and Verdi of Padua. Alternate these roles with a series of concerts in various European locations. He starts 2015 debuting at the Teatro la Fenice de Venecia Foundation at Il signor Bruschino de Rossini. In April he sings Mozart’s Requiem at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. He plays the character of Lindoro in Rossini’s L’Italiana in Algeri at the Lucca Opera Festival. In the month of June he returned to the Teatro la Fenice Foundation in Venice to play again La scala di seta by Rossini. In July he sings the role of Il conte di Almaviva of Il Barbiere di Siviglia de Rossini in the “Festival del Valle de Itria” by Martina Franca. In October he debuted the role of Tamino de Die Zauber fl öte at the Teatro Comunale di Firenze. Alternate these roles with a series of concerts in various European locations. In January 2016, he took up the role of the Conte d’Almaviva of Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini, production of the Festival della Valle d’Itria 2015 to represent him with the Orchestra della Magna Grecia in Taranto and Matera. In May he prepares the role of Aureliano in the opera Zenobia in Palmira by G. Paisiello. In the month of July he returns to the Festival della Valle d’Itria to sing the role of Don Quixote, in Don Chisciotte della Mancia de Paisiello. In September he returns to the Teatro la Fenice Foundation in Venice to take up again Il Signor Bruschino by G. Rossini. In November he returns to the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, this time to sing the role of Artemidoro of La grotta di Trofonio de Paisiello. Alternate these roles with a series of concerts in various European locations. Start 2017 singing in the new year concert in Borgo Egnazia for the presentation of the Festival della Valle d’Itria 2017. In February Don Quixote of Don Chisciotte della Mancia de Paisiello will sing again in the XXV concert season of Magna Grecia. In June he sings the role of Edmondo de la Manon Lescaut by G. Puccini at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. In July he sings the role of Edgardo of La Lucia di Lammermoor by Donizetti at the Noli Castle and returns again to the Festival della Valle d’Itria, this time to sing a series of concerts among which one with I Barocchisti at the concert ” Rodolfo Celletti Award “. In October he plays the role of Don Ramiro of La Cenerentola de Rossini at the Teatro Marrucino de Chieti. In November he returned to the Teatro San Carlo in Naples to sing on the 280th anniversary of the theater playing the role of Clisthene in L’Olipiade by Leonardo Leo. Alternate these roles with a series of concerts in various European locations. 2018 begins with a series of concerts in several Italian cities. In March he sings Rossini’s Stabat Mater at the Teatro Comunale de Teramo and at the Beata Vergine Church of the Rosario de Pescara. In July and August he returns to the Festival della Valle d’Itria to play again the roles of the Conte d’Almaviva of Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini, Fileno in La Riconoscenza by Rossini in the concert “Tra dolci cari palpiti” dedicated to the memori of Alberto Zedda and directed by Fabio Luisi and sings in the “Concerto per lo spirito” the Messa (known as “di Milano”) by Rossini. In November he returns to sing the role of “Don Ramiro” in La Cenerentola by Rossini at the Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. In December he sings at the concert “Le Appendici del Barbiere di Siviglia” by Rossini at the Stelio Molo Auditorium of the Swiss Radio Television “RSI” directed by Diego Fasolis.  Web: http://www.davidferri.net

Jose Ramón Martín, piano
He initiated his piano and violin studies at the age of 8 in the Escolanía of Valencia. Subsequently studying piano with Ricardo Roca and Mario Monreal. He assisted to masterclasses with Guillermo González, Rita Wagner, Wolfram Rieger and Miguel Zanetti. He has won the “Maestro Serrano” competition 5 times, 1st place in the “Ciudad de la Línea” National Contest and 1st prize “Concurso Internacional José Roca”. In 2007, José Ramón was selected by the “Centre de Perfeccionamiento Plácido Domingo” where he specialiced as repertorists working with A. Zedda, A. Zabala, K. Sallman, R. Vignoles o G. Fabbrini, among others; and trained as musical director with J.M. Pérez Sierra. Since then, he has been working as pianist repertorist and director assistant at the “Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía” where he has been working with masters like Maazel, Mehta, Domingo, Chailly, Prêtre, Abbado, Biondi, Luisotti, Wellber, Dantone, etc. He participates with the Orquesta de la C. Valenciana addressing the symphonic repertoire with the piano and, occasionally, as harpsichord or fortepiano player and debuted as musical director in 2016 with the Mozzart “Idomeneo” at the Palau de les Arts, receiving excellent reviews. In 2017, “El Carnaval de los animales” at the Martín y Soler venue.