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STRADIVARI FOR THE PEOPLE - Reinberger Chamber Hall / Etna Ristorante

WHO: Matteo Fedeli, violin - Andrea Carcano, piano
WHAT: Stradivari for the People
WHEN: Sunday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Severance Hall/ Reinberger Chamber Hall
DINNER: 5 p.m. Etna Ristorante & Wine Bar

April 28 Concert at 7:30 p.m.

EVENT
Severance Hall
Reinberger Chamber Hall

Matteo Fedeli, violin
Andrea Carcano, piano

Presented by the Consulate of Italy in Detroit.

Matteo Fedeli, "the man of the Stradivarius,” is bringing the enchanting sounds of the best Stradivari violins ever made to the most prestigious concert halls around the world. He has been a concert soloist such exclusive Italian venues as La Scala of Milan, La Fenice in Venice, and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Verona, as well as in leading national and international Basilicas. He recently performed the “Concert in Honor of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI” in Pavia. Fedeli is a founder, advisor, and member of the Academy String Concert Orchestra of Milan and was awarded the Il Campione 2008 prize for this travelling project “Uno Stadivari per la Gente,” as well as for his charitable initiatives benefitting AISM, the Italian Multiple Sclerosis Association.

Admission is free, but tickets are required.

TICKETS: SEVERANCE HALL TICKET OFFICE
Phone:[masked], or[masked]
Hours: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, beginning 3 hours prior to concerts at Severance Hall.


At a Glance
This recital for violin and piano presents a diversified musical program chosen to highlight the sounds and characteristics of the violin. Works by Saint-Saëns, Cesar Frank, Béla Bartók, Fritz Kreisler, and Sergei Rachmaninoff will be among the composers included in this special program. Andrea Carcano will also perform as soloist at the piano. YouTube (click here)


Spnosored by Magneti Marelli.

This concert is part of "Stradivari for the People"
– a project registered by Accademia Concertante D'Archi del Milano.

WHO: Matteo Fedeli, violin - Andrea Carcano, piano
WHAT: Stradivari for the People
WHEN: Sunday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Severance Hall/ Reinberger Chamber Hall
DINNER: 5 p.m. Etna Ristorante & Wine Bar

5 p.m. - Pre-Concert Dinner – @ Etna Ristorante & Wine Bar, 11919 Mayfield Road, next to Holy Rosary Church,[masked]

Since the concert is on Sunday evening, we'll have plenty of time at one of our favorite spots in Little Italy.  Etna is small and intimate and reminds me of some of the romantic spots I've visited in Italy.

Please let us know your dinner plans on your RSVP so that we can plan a seat for you at the Music Cleveland! table.  It may be crowded, so if you did not indicate “Dinner” on your RSVP you may have a seat on the sidewalk.  We have requested separate checks but due to the size of our group, you can expect a standard gratuity to be added.  If circumstances force you to cancel, please try to notify the organizer as early as possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matteo Fedeli FaceBook (click here)

Matteo Web Site (click here)

 

Andrea Carcano YouTube (click here)

MATTEO FEDELI

He is called “the man of the Stradivarius”.
Thousands of people attend Matteo Fedeli’s concerts, who lives in a world armoured by escorts and secret contacts. In fact the world in which great lute maker’s instruments move, obey a code of extreme discretion. Armed escorts, strict delivery and transfer protocol, diplomatic missions with musicians and owners carried out on tip toe by extremely careful curators.

These are the people who have recently focused on Matteo Fedeli and his project: “A Stradivarius for the People”, who also saw him perform with the best Stradivarius violins ever made in the world, both in concert halls and in the most beautiful Italian basilicas.

Since 1990 he has been a councillor, and first violin since 1995, of the Academy String Concert Orchestra of Milan of which he is an associate founder and active contributor. He has been a concert soloist in the most prestigious Italian concert halls, among which the Scala of Milan, “La Fenice” in Venice and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Verona as well as in the most enthralling national and international Basilicas.

He uses the best violins ever made in the world when performing his concerts: “Il Cremonese” 1715, “Vesuvius” 1727, “King of Prussia” 1703, “Sandars” 1695, “Maurin Rubinoff” 1731, “DaVinci” 1725, “Duke of Alba” 1719 and “Reynier, ex Napoleon III” 1681 with which, invited by the Holy See, he performed the “Concert in Honour of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI” in Pavia, who then personally
complemented him on his performance.

Historically, the interpretation of the Four Seasons Portene by Astor Piazzolla where he used a 4 Stradivarius violins. One for each season. The violins were those of the Cremona’s Town hall. He has been a guest on many famous television programmes broadcast by the RAI and Mediaset and his work is periodically covered in newspapers and magazines. At present he is working on the project: “A Stradivarius for the People” which allows everyone, indiscriminately and for free, to be able to listen to the magnificent violins he uses. His work is supported by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and by the Region of Lombardy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The editors of the main Italian newspapers awarded him the “Il Campione 2008” prize during a ceremony held at the Isimbardi Palace, seat of the Province of Milan, for his great dedication given to the project “A Stradivarius for the People”. And for his sensibility shown in combining charity initiatives with great musical events he was awarded the Knightly Order pro Merito Melitensi. He has also been involved with AISM, the Italian Multiple Sclerosis Association since 2008.


Andrea Carcano
Andrea Carcano is engaged in a concert that saw him host of major companies and Italian offices (Teatro Ponchielli in Cremona, Manzoni in Milan, L. Rossi in Macerata, Concert Society, Humanitarian Novurgia and Music of our time in Milan , Piano Academy of Imola, the Friends of Music of Florence, Arezzo, Palermo, Ragusa, Fall Festival and Musical Society Carducci Como, Scarlatti Hall of the Conservatory of Naples).

Entr'acte with the group has been involved in the program of the concert season of the Teatro Arcimboldi in 2003.

In the international arena has played repeatedly in Switzerland (Davos Festival, Festival Archipel in Geneva, Zurich Kartause Ittingen, Basel), France, Austria, Czech Republic (Mozart Festival in Europe with the performance of the concerto in G major. Mozart) Germany (a concert in Hamburg was recorded and released by Norddeutscherrundfunk).

It is usually present as a solo concertos for piano and orchestra at the prestigious companies in the Garden of Milan. His performance of the Concerto K. 459 Mozart had several times, the last in order of time in the Sala dei Giganti at the University of Padua and was followed by the execution of Concerto K. 595 and the request of the Concerto no. 4 op. 58 by Beethoven.

Among the most recent releases solo remember different versions of Bach's Goldberg Variations and the integral of Ravel Miroirs but also the proposal of music by more obsolete as Alkan, Reger, Janacek. His popular interpretations of Schoenberg and Busoni earned him an invitation to play songs by these authors in a conference coordinated by Paolo and Sergio Petazzi Sablich.

Very active on the front of chamber music, collaborating regularly with groups such as The Soloist of La Scala, the Italian trio of reeds, Entr'acte - musicians of the Teatro alla Scala. He has been involved in chamber music collaborations and duo recordings and also with some important musicians such as the violinist Felice Cusano, violist Vladimir Mendelssohn, flutists Jean-Claude Gérard and Davide Formisano (1st flute alla Scala), clarinetist Fabrizio Melons (1st clarinet alla Scala), cellist Luca Simoncini (cellist of the New Italian Quartet).

Teacher of piano master since 1995, after having taught at the conservatories of Matera and Rovigo, is currently a full professor at the Conservatory "J. Tomadini" in Udine.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    The performance was delightful and I will remember it as a "stage-setting" moment for my upcoming trip to Italy.

    May 1, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Outstanding performance!

    April 30, 2013

    • Bill J.

      Excellent photos! Thanks for posting.

      April 30, 2013

  • Bill J.

    What a treat - Thank you Italian Consulate! Thank you Joyce!

    April 29, 2013

  • Alan

    Superb virtuoso.

    April 29, 2013

  • Bill

    Dinner too

    April 28, 2013

  • Bill J.

    Looks like some extra tickets are available. Anyone?

    April 28, 2013

  • Alan

    No more tickets availabe

    April 23, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Ok, are there no questions attached to this rsvp? I thought that there were, and tried twice to update my answers to the questions. I honestly can't remember how I answered...but anyway, count me as a YES for dinner.

    April 21, 2013

  • Bill J.

    Looks like the concert is sold out. If anyone has extra tickets, please post here.

    March 28, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    got 4 tickets...thanks!

    March 15, 2013

    • Bill J.

      james, i added 3 to your rsvp. had to modify the post settings.

      March 17, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Got my ticket! Woot! Woot!

    1 · March 15, 2013

  • Bill J.

    If you haven't reserved your Free tickets yet there are only 98 tickets left!

    Severance Hall –Sunday, April 28, 2013

    Hear violinist Matteo Fedeli who’s played at La Scala in Milan and La Fenice in Venice play a concert on a 1726 Stradivarius violin in a program of Rachmaninoff, Bartok and Saint-Saens.

    Admission Free -- but tickets required! Call Severance Hall Box Office[masked] –[masked]

    March 14, 2013

  • Bill J.

    siobhan, hope you can. i would suggest getting at least one ticket (you may request up to four). there are a limited number available and once they are gone, well you know what i mean. - liam

    March 10, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      I should know for sure in a couple of days. :)

      March 11, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm not 100% sure that I can attend, so I won't RSVP at this point. However, I do hope to join you.

    March 10, 2013

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