Always engaged in the contemporary and Twentieth century repertoire, dèdalo ensemble presents a program that compares the dodecaphonic technique of its founder Arnold Schönberg with one of the Italian ways that two composers – Bruno Bettinelli and Azio Corghi, one pupil of the other – have followed towards the expression of modern and contemporary art in music.
|Bruno Bettinelli||Studio da Concerto per fagotto|
|Azio Corghi||Affekte per flauto, clarinetto, violino, viola, violoncello|
|Arnold Schönberg||Suite op 29 versione per flauto, clarinetto, fagotto, pianoforte, violino, viola, violoncello|
Flute Daniela Cima
Clarinet Nicola Zuccalà
Bassoon Leonardo Dosso
Violin Giacomo Invernizzi
Viola Carlo Costalbano
Cello Matteo Zurletti
Piano Ruggero Ruocco
Conductor Vittorio Parisi
|SINGLE SEAT||€ 15,00||€ 10,00|
*reserved to under 30 and over 65
Student ticket 50% discount on full price
How to purchase tickets
On sale online and at the Box Office from May 6th 2021.
Opening hours of the Teatro Grande Box Office: from Tuesday to Friday from 1.30pm to 7.00pm and Saturday from 3.30pm to 7.00pm. Closed on Sundays, Mondays and holidays.