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March 23, 2023

Italian music by “I Solisti Veneti”

On Saturday, June 25, starting 7pm, Bucharest’s Romanian Athenaeum will host a concert offered by “I Solisti Veneti”, concert which closes the series of events associated to this year’s Italian festival. From Vivaldi to Albinoni, through Paganini and Rossini, Italian music will, once again, reign supreme. “I Solisti Veneti” is one of the world’s most celebrated chamber music orchestras, having offered 5,000 concerts in over 80 countries and boasting participation in the most prestigious international festivals: over 30 concerts at the Salzburg Festival. The orchestra was founded in 1959, under the coordination of master conductor Claudio Scimone. The orchestra is made up of Lucio Degani – violin, Chiara Parrini – violin, Francesco Comisso – violin, Stefano Furini – violin, Enzo Ligresti – violin, Michelangelo Lentini – violin, Lu­ca Falasca – violin, Dino Sossai – violin, Antonello Farulli – viola, Silvestro Favero – viola, Giuseppe Barutti – cello, Patrick Monticoli – cello, Gabriele Ragghianti – double bass, Paolo Grazia – oboe, Lorenzo Guzzoni – clarinet.

The official sponsor of the event is Banca Italo Romena.

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