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Composer: Rota, Nino (1911-1979)

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Year of birth1911
Year of death1979
Period20th century
May 2018
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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KanazawaThe 403rd Subscription Concert

The 403rd Subscription Concert
Britten, Rota, Rossini
Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa; Tatsuya Shimono; Naoko Yoshino

AmsterdamSharon Kam plays Mozart's Clarinet Concerto

© Maike Helbig
Holst, Mozart, Rota
Wuerttemberg Chamber Orchestra; Case Scaglione; Sharon Kam

NaplesIl cappello di paglia di Firenze

Rota: Il cappello di paglia di Firenze
Valerio Galli; Elena Barbalich; San Carlo Theatre; Tommaso Lagattolla; Celso Albelo; Piero Adaini

MadridDomingos & Mediodías: Trío Schola

Bruch, Rota, Brahms
Trío Schola

RomeMission Impossible...for hobbits, wizards, warriors and pirates

Williams, Rota, Lloyd Webber, Schifrin, Badelt, Shore
International Chamber Ensemble; Francesco Carotenuto
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Le Trio Venturis promis à un brillant avenir

© Michel DURAND | A.D.M.C.
Le Trio Venturis composé de jeunes solistes issus du Conservatoire d'Amsterdam et récemment primé en France lors du Concours International de Musique de Chambre d'Illzach a confirmé ses belles qualités lors d'un récital proposé à Laren, aux Pays-Bas.
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A long-term collaboration: Orchestre Métropolitain in Montreal

Yannick Nézet-Séguin © Hans van der Woerd
A program that didn't look too exciting on paper was made special by an outstanding interpretation. 
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Roman festival: the LPO celebrates the Eternal City

Maria Luigia Borsi © Benjamin Ealovega
An all-Italian programme conducted by Enrique Mazzola encompasses the theatrical worlds of opera, film and ballet as well as purely musical tone-painting.
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Mysterium: La Verdi buoyed by Rota's rising star

Giuseppe Grazioli © Giuseppe Grazioli
Rota's Mysterium is emotive and direct. La Verdi demonstrated that this most human of works deserves a place on our musical maps.
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Noseda debuts with Cleveland Orchestra and Massimo LaRosa in Nino Rota's Trombone Concerto

Gianandrea Noseda  ©  Clive Barda
Gianandrea Noseda, principal guest conductor of the Israel Philharmonic and former chief conductor of the BBC Philharmonic, made his Cleveland Orchestra debut this weekend in works by Rachmaninov and Prokofiev, and the Cleveland première of Nino Rota’s Trombone Concerto, with the orchestra’s principal trombone Massimo LaRosa as soloist. All concerned turned in solid performances.
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