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Parte oggi sabato 18 aprile 2015,al Museo Correale di Sorrento, una serie di concerti che durerà fino a tutto luglio, tutti i martedi e tutti i sabati.
Ispirato al famoso concerto Tre Tenori di L. Pavarotti, Domingo e Padre J. Carreras, Opera Lirica offre ai visitatori le più famose arie d'opera italiana da Tosca, La Traviata e L'Elisir d'amore alternati a canti popolari O 'Sole come il mio, Torna a Surriento e Volare, Cantata dalle splendide voci di OperaeLirica, soprano e tenori accompagnati dal quartetto d'archi e pianoforte.
Opera arie e canzoni da Napoli: il tuo miglior ricordo da Italia.
Roberta Polverini (Soprano)
Emil Alekperov (tenore)
Elvin Dhimitri (1 Violin)
Fiammetta Borgognoni (2 Violin)
Ilia Kanani (Viola)
Valentino Ferraro (Cello)
La società Operaelirica, lavora tra Roma e Sorrento, fondata da Simone Surdi e diretta da Giuseppina Cuccaro. Si avvale di musicisti internazionali.
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Simone Surdi Founder BIO
Simone is the founder of Opera e Lirica, an incredible entrepreneurial adventure which originates from his deep passion for music.
Simone was born in Milan in 1988. He graduated in Piano with grades 9.50/10 from Conservatory of Music N. Paganini in Genova. At the same time he also graduated in Physics with grades 70/70 from Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa in 2012 and obtained a M.Sc. in Physics the following year from the California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, USA) with grades 4.30/4.00.
In the past Simone worked at California Institute of Technology for the NASA’s Linear Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory.
He currently serves as an external consultant in the Technical Secretariat of the Italian Minister of Economic Development, Dr. Federica Guidi and he is involved in the design and implementation of policies related to innovation and entrepreneurship.
He is also a member of the Global Shapers’ Community of the World Economic Forum.
Giuseppina Cuccaro CEO BIO
Giuseppina Cuccaro is currently Chief Executive Officer of Opera e Lirica srls.
Born in Bologna in 1985, she graduated in Piano from Conservatory of Music G. B. Martini in 2011 with grades 110/110 with a thesis on the “Melodic inspiration and popular style in Franz Schubert and Ferenc Liszt“.
In 2013 she obtained a Master’s Degree in Literature and Musicology from the University of Bologna with grades 110/110. Her thesis was about “Life of Stefano Golinelli, with an historical and musicological analysis of the Op. 53 and Op. 140 Sonatas” and her advisors were Prof. Piero Rattalino and Prof. Mauro Giani.
In order to enrich her musicological studies, Giuseppina spent half a year in California (US) deepening her thesis’s research at the Musicology Department of the Stanford University.
Giuseppina completed her musical studies under the guidance of Prof. Valentina Berman at the Music Academy of Florence (Florence, IT) and, before that, under the guidance of Prof. Piernarciso Masi at the Corelli Music Academy (Ravenna, IT). She also attended several Piano Masterclasses with Emilia Fadini, Alicija Kledzik, Sophia Gulyak and Olaf Johan Laneri.
Elvin Dhimitri I Violinist BIO
Elvin Dhimitri was born in 1967.
After graduating at the Academy of Arts in Tirana with top grades in 1989, he became Full Professor of the Tirana Opera Theater for all the period 1990-1995.
In 1992 he was appointed Konzertmaister of the Bilkent Youth International Symphony Orchestra in the International Festivals of Efeso and Istanbul in Turkey.
From 1989 to 1995 he was I Violin of the String Quartet Alban, with whom he performed in several European countries: Italy, France (Paris, Lille, Anger, Toulouse), Denmark (Copenaghen, Roskilde), Slovenia (Liubljiana) to mention a few.
With the string quartet Alban he was awarded the first prize in the 1995 Edition of the N. Zoraqi’s competition.
Since 1996 he has lived in Italy, performing and collaborating with major symphony orchestra, as the Luglio Musicale Symphony Orchestra of Trapani, La Nuova Scarlatti Symphony Orchestra of Napoli, The Toscanini Symphony Orchestra of Parma.
In 1997 he was appointed I Violin in the Roma Philharmonic Orchestra and from 1997 he is full member of the Roma and Lazio Symphony Orchestra.
He also collaborates with the Octopus Orchestra conducted my M. Fabio Frizzi, with whom he has recorded several movies’ soundtracks and several CDs.
Roberta Polverini Soprano BIO
Roberta Polverini was born in Rome. She graduated with top grades at the Conservatory of Music O. Respighi of Latina under the guidance of Nicoletta Panni and then of Nausicaa Policicchio.
She completed her studies with Hadama Yoko, Alba Rosa Russo and with Alfredo Krauss at the Brancaccio’s Theater in Rome. At the end of 1999 she attended a Masterclass with Peter Alexander Wilson, at the Glasgow Academy, becoming also member of the Royal Scottish Orchestra Chorus, and playing in the 1999/2000 Opera Season.
Among her operistic repertoire: Lauretta in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi, Musetta in Puccini’s Boheme, Adina in Donizetti’s Elisir d’Amore, Susanna in Mozart’s Nozze di Figaro, Serpina in Pergolesi’s Serva Padrona, Violetta in Verdi’s Traviata, Gilda in Verdi’s Rigoletto, Lucia in Donizetti’s Lucia di Lamermoor to mention a few.
Active also in the chamber repertoire, with her interpretation of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, Gounod’s Messa Solenne, in Vivaldi’s Gloria, in J. Brahms’s Lieberlieder, in Mozart’s Requiem, in Orff’s Carmina Burana, in Rossini’s Stabat Mater.
Maurizio Zanchetti Baritone BIO
The Baritone M. Zanchetti was born in Rome. He graduated with top grades from Conservatory of Music L. Refice of Frosinone and, while completing his studies under he guidance of M. Mario del Monaco, M. Ferri and later M. Angelo Romero, he first made one’s debut with Boheme, playing the role of Schaunard.
His artistic career starts with the interpretation of the character Giorgio Germont, in Verdi’s La Traviata, which takes him to travel all over Europe, from Hannover, Darmstadt and Lubecca in Germany up to North Africa, playing at the Rabat’s Theater in Marocco, at the Maria Caniglia’s Theater in Sulmona, at the Summer Festival of El Jem in Tunisia to mention a few.
Among the characters interpreted we have Conte Luna in the Verdi’s Trovatore, Barone Scarpia in Puccini’s Tosca, Tonio in Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Alfio in Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana, Figaro in Rossini’s Barbiere di Siviglia, Amonastro in Verdi’s Aida, Sharpless in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly.
As to the liederistic repertoire we have the famous “Die Schone Mullerin” and “Winterreise” of Franz Schubert, “Liederekreis” and “Frauen Liebe und Leben” of Robert Schumann.
In 2003 he is awarded the Silver Award at the Pyiong Yang Summer Festival in North Korea.
Among the sacred repertoire we have Missa brevis et solemnis in Do Maggiore of W.A. Mozart, Stabat Mater of G. Rossini, Te Deum of Charpentier, as solist the IX Symphony of Beethoven at the Pesaro Music Festival and, as a world premiere, the oratori “San Giuseppe, il custode della divina misericordia” of Padre Carlo Colafranceschi. He also performed, together with the legendary Katia Ricciarelli, in the “San Camillo de Lellis”, playing the role of San Camillo, under the direction of M. Monti.
A passionate about italian food, he loves preparing for his friends his best italian dish: bucatini all’amatriciana.