Venice Classic BLOG
'Note Future' is a Concert Season which shows off the most distinguished musicians from all over the Italy. Now in its sixth year, it will take place at the Teatro Dario Fo in Camponogara (VE) in the months of February and March 2016.
Orchestral Life: win the next audition! Ninety hours of courses in an Italian villa of the 17th century
Eight days of pure music in close contact with the first parts of the most prestigious orchestras, with the specialists and the most renowned soloists. Ninety hours of theoretical and practical courses, orchestra rehearsals, audition simulations, seminars and concerts to prepare young musicians to win the more coveted competitions, to refine the repertoire and to discover the secrets of life in orchestra. All this is Orchestral Life!
The Palazzetto Bru-Zane dedicates a Festival to the French composer Félicien David with concerts, conferences and events for families.
Get free tickets to attend, in Venice, two concerts dedicated to Charles-Valentin Alkan. This is an initiative of Venice Classic Radio, in collaboration with the Palazzetto Bru Zane.
Venice Classic Radio invites you to Teatro La Fenice for the presentation of the new CD recorded by Ensemble 'Silete Venti!', organized by the Association Amici della Musica in Venice. The program includes music by Antonio Vivaldi performed by Mo. Simone Toni on a rare ivory oboe. Saturday, 4th May 2013 at 7:00 pm. Download the invitation!
The team of Palazzetto Bru Zane in Venice presents the Festival 'Théodore Gouvy between France and Germany', to discover history, works and anecdotes related to Gouvy and his epoch.
The team of Palazzetto Bru Zane in Venice presented the Festival 'Le salon romantique', a series of concerts and lectures in the programme of the month of February.
Friday, 19th October at 8:00 pm, the Palazzetto Bru Zane in Venice will host the pianist David Violi in a concert entitled 'At the time of Debussysm'.
Wednesday, 26th September, at 8:00 pm at Palazzetto Bru Zane in Venice, the Quatuor Ruggieri will perform music by W.A. Mozart and G. Onslow.
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