“I consider myself a very sociable person, I believe that time spent in good company is always time well spent! Chamber music not only gives me the opportunity to explore so much wonderful music, but also to share it and enjoy the experience together with other people."
Another great passion that I could not do without is chamber music. Soloism is exciting, a continuous personal work, but loneliness and always having to rely only on oneself are the other side of the coin. Chamber music, on the other hand, leads you to total sharing: from rehearsals to the stage, from ideas to responsibilities, from trips to breaks at the bar! But we will see that this type of work is also very beneficial to oneself, teaching the value of confrontation and also accepting other people’s ideas. In this episode we will talk about this and also about some wonderful experiences that chamber music has given me.
- Bohuslav Martinu, Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano: I. Poco allegretto
- Johannes Brahms, Cello Sonata no. 1 in E minor, op. 38: 3. Allegro
Luca Giovannini, violoncello & Leonora Armellini, pianoforte
- Claude Debussy, Première suite d’orchestre: II. Ballet
Mattia Ometto & Leonora Armellini (Duo Pianistico di Padova)
- Francis Poulenc, Concerto in D Minor, FP 61: II. Larghetto – Beaucoup plus allant – Tempo I
Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, Luigi Piovano, Mattia Ometto & Leonora Armellini