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In 1991 she married Gianandrea
, a famous conductor.
Denia Mazzola -
, is an operatic soprano, born 4 February 1953 in Bergamo, Italy.
and Catania. He made his La Scala debut on 4 March 1961, as Pinkerton, under Gianandrea
(25 July 19095 February 1996) was an Italian pianist, conductor (especially of opera), composer and musicologist.
Prominent soloists and conductors who have presented many of Spada’s editions include Abbado, Chailly, Ferro,
, Gazzelloni, Muti, Pavarotti, Rampal and Schippers.
The passenger building is connected with the seven through tracks and two platform docks of the station yard by a small pedestrian underpass, which also connects the station with Via
, near a school campus.
Between 2002 and 2006, Gabriela continued her studies at the University of Mozarteum Salzburg with Prof. Horiana Branisteanu and Prof. KS Elizabeth Wilke. She attended courses from Prof. Claudia Eder and Denia Mazzola-
Throughout her career, Parutto worked with some of the greatest conductors such as Tullio Serafin, Gabriele Santini, Antonino Votto, Herbert von Karajan, Lovro von Matačić, Gianandrea
, Vittorio Gui, Nino Sanzogno, Oliviero De Fabritiis.
He collaborate with many important conductors: Riccardo Chailly, Myung-Whun Chung, Colin Davis, Gianandrea
, Carlo Maria Giulini, Eliahu Inbal, Lorin Maazel, Zubin Mehta, Riccardo Muti, Antonio Pappano, Michel Plasson, Georges Pretre, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Philippe Auguin, Giuseppe Sinopoli , Georg Solti.
The overture was praised by Weber and Berlioz and has frequently been recorded. The complete opera was revived by the Italian radio company RAI in 1973 and on stage at La Scala in 1983 with Gianandrea
Scotto worked with conductors such as Gianandrea
(her self-described personal favorite), Vittorio Gui, Francesco Molinari-Pradelli, Antonino Votto, and Tullio Serafin. She also enjoyed especially close musical partnerships with Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti, Lorin Maazel and James Levine.
was born in Bergamo. For almost 50 years, starting from 1948, he was principal conductor at La Scala, Milan, in 1966–68 being its music and artistic director.
In addition to being a member, for several years, of Musici di Roma, he joined, among other musicians: pianists Bruno Canino, Maureen Jones and Tullio Macoggi and conductors Hermann Scherchen, Laszlo Somogji, Bernhard Paumgartner, Lovro von Matacic, Rudolf Kempe, Artur Rodzinsky, Gianandrea
, and Ernest Ansermet.
Other well-known conductors who have appeared at the Festival include Pierre Boulez, Claudio Abbado, Chung,
, Lorin Maazel, Valery Gergiev, Zubin Mehta, Georg Solti, Giuseppe Sinopoli, Carlos Kleiber, and Georges Prêtre. The Festival also offers operatic productions in the Teatro Comunale Alighieri, as well as performances of jazz and popular music.
Francesco De Angelis has collaborated with the greatest conductors including Daniel Barenboim, Gary Bertini, Semyon Bychkov, Riccardo Chailly, Myung-Whun Chung, Colin Davis, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Charles Dutoit, Gianandrea
, Valery Gergiev, Carlo Maria Giulini, Paavo Jarvi, Lorin Maazel, Riccardo Muti, Georges Pretre, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Georg Solti, Jeffrey Tate and Yuri Temirkanov.
In Italy, conductor Gianandrea
staged the opera in Italian at La Fenice in Venice in 1963. Two years later, in May 1965, when the La Fenice company were in Munich, they gave a performance in Italian under Ettore Gracis, the Gaston being sung by Giacomo Aragall, the Count by Renato Bruson, Ruggero by Ruggero Raimondi, and Elena by Leyla Gencer.
In 1946 he became a U.S. citizen, but he remained very close to Italy, which he frequently visited. In 1958 he won the "Concorso Campari" with the opera "The Merchant of Venice", which was first performed in 1961 at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino under the baton of Gianandrea
Gowan also worked on large housing schemes in Greenwich and East Hanningfield. Later in the 1990s, he began to work on a series of Italian hospitals and care homes, notably the near Milan., Clinica Humanitas
in Bergamo, Techint offices in Milan, all in association with the Italian Architect Renato Restelli.
In 1992 "Esclarmonde" was staged (with Denia Mazzola
in the title role) along with "Grisélidis" and the oratorio "La Terre Promise" (with Laurent Naouri), while the Third Massenet Festival in 1994 brought revivals of "Panurge", and "Le Cid". In 2003 the 7th Festival included "Sapho", conducted by Laurent Campellone.
He collaborated with such conductors as Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti, Thomas Schippers, John Barbirolli, Gianandrea
and Carlo Maria Giulini. Among his last concerts were renditions of the complete set of Chopin's Nocturnes and Schubert's "Winterreise" with baritone Claudio Desderi. His final live performance was Beethoven's Third Concerto with Giulini in Chicago.
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