Outstanding success in Montevideo: Mahler 4th Symphony, Grieg Piano Concerto, and a Cluzeau-Mortet revival.

At the end of the concert, Dante Anzolini received both a standing ovation from the public and a warm applause from the musicians of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Montevideo, Uruguay. The critic Julio César Huertas, from “El Pais” titled a review as “Brilliant performance, magic moment”, emphasizing the “unique” achievement, the “expressive depth” and the “sublime atmosphere”.

Here the link to the complete review, in original Spanish.

http://www.elpais.com.uy/divertite/musica/ejecucion-brillante-momento-magico.html

Great success of public and critic in Montevideo, Uruguay.

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At the end of the concert, Dante Anzolini received both a standing ovation from the public and a warm applause from the musicians of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Montevideo, Uruguay. The critic Julio César Huertas, from “El Pais” titled a review as “Brilliant performance, magic moment”, emphasizing the “unique” achievement, the “expressive depth” and the “sublime atmosphere”.

Here the complete review, in original Spanish:

http://www.elpais.com.uy/divertite/musica/ejecucion-brillante-momento-magico.html

ejecucion-brillante-momento-magico.htmlEjecución brillante, momento mágico

 

 

 

 

 

Today in Tokyo, 7 PM, pianist Hiroaki Ooi gives the world premiere of a D.Anzolini’s piano piece.

Pianist Hiroaki Ooi will play the first piano version written in history of the Schoenberg’s Variations for Orchestra. This paramount piece of the XX Century is allegedly the most important orchestral piece written by the master. Nobody had attempted to write an arrangement for piano solo. The program will take place in Shibuya, Tokyo, at 7PM, within the Coen-Dori Classic Series, and will also include a piano version of Mahler 9th Symphony.

Respected writer and journalist Norman Lebrecht has included the news in his blog slippedisc.com:

http://slippedisc.com/2015/07/schoenbergs-variations-for-orchestra-now-for-solo-piano/