A new concert series at the ROF 2020: from the 11th to the 16th August the Museo Nazionale Rossini will be the scene of four Rossini recitals for voice and pianoforte that will be transmitted in streaming on the ROF social channels. The concerts will feature some of the young talent who have participated in the courses of the Accademia Rossiniana “Alberto Zedda” in recent years, accompanied at the piano by Giulio Zappa.
The first concert will take place on Tuesday 11th August at 11.00 a.m., and will be given by Nicolò Donini. Entrance is free of charge but tickets must be booked in advance (maximum 7 people to any group) from + 39 0721 1922156 or by e-mail from [email protected] The entrance tickets will be delivered by e-mail on the same day of the event that has been booked: it will be necessary to print the ticket and present it at the entrance.
The bass Nicolò Donini, born in Bologna, studied pianoforte at the Conservatorio Martini in his native town, subsequently obtaining a diploma in singing. He did a course of specialization at the Conservatorio Boito of Parma. Thanks to La Scuola dell’Opera he took part in numerous productions at the Teatro Comunale, Bologna, and at the Teatro Regio, Parma, where he made his début in 2016 in L’occasione fa il ladro. A pupil of the Accademia Rodolfo Celletti of Martina Franca, he has taken leading rôles at the Festival della Valle d’Itria: Seneca in L’incoronazione di Poppea, Luka in The Bear and Atlante in Baccanali. In 2017 he participated in the project Opera (e) Studio dell’Opera in Tenerife, where he was able to sing I Capuleti e I Montecchi, La traviata and Il viaggio a Reims. Most recently he has sung in Der Diktator in Tenerife, Fidelio at the Teatro Comunale, Bologna, and Händel’s Silla at the George Enescu Festival in Bucharest, with the Europa Galante consort and Fabio Biondi.
The concert programme consists of:
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The second concert in the Concerti al Museo series will be held on Thursday 13th August at 11.00 a.m., featuring Manuel Amati.