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Musicians for Human Rights will perform in Padova on Wednesday June, 8th at 9pm in Sala dei Giganti of Palazzo Liviano with prestigious soloist from the Human Rights Orchestra conducted by Alessio Allegrini, first horn of the Santa Cecilia National Orchestra.
The programme displays music by Olivier Messiaen, Felix Mendelssohn, Dmitri Shostakovich, Maurice Ravel, Johannes Brahms. Musicians from Conservatory of Padova will join Musicians for Human Rights for the execution of a sonata by Ludwig van Beethoven.
The concert ends a series of seminars on 'Music and Human Rights', organised by the Human Rights Centre of the University of Padova in collaboration with Musicians for Human Rights in the framework of the MA Human Rights and Multilevel Governance of the University of Padua.
Both music and human rights knowledge (le savoir des droits humains) share the same creative and empowering potential in a frame of living humanism and quality education aimed at developing a universal culture of human rights and responsibilities.
Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992)
from Des Canyons Aux Étoiles…
Alessio Allegrini, horn
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
II. Andante con moto tranquillo
from Trio No. 1 in re minor, op. 49
Sarah Sew, violin; Gabriele Geminiani, cello; Oliver Kern, piano
Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975)
From Sonata for cello and piano in re minor, op. 40
Gabriele Geminiani, cello; Oliver Kern, piano
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
I. Prélude, in memory of general Jacques Charlot
V. Menuet, in memory of Jean Dreyfus
from Le tombeau de Couperin
Oliver Kern, piano
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Trio for Piano, Violin and horn in mi molle sharp
II. Scherzo (Allegro)
III. Adagio mesto
IV. Allegro con brio
Oliver Kern, piano; Sarah Sew, violin; Alessio Allegrini, horn
Musicisti padovani share the ideals of Musicians for Human Rights:
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Sonata n.7, op. 30, for violin and piano: Allegro
Chrystelle Catalano, violin; Lorella Ruffin, piano
MUSICIANS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
First soloist horn of the Santa Cecilia National Orchestra and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra founded by Claudio Abbado. Founder and president of Musicians for Human Rights and director of the Human Rights Orchestra.
Graduated with top mark, laude and honour. He collaborated as the main cello with the Orchestra Filarmonica della Scala. In those years he engaged in tournée as the first cello all around the world. He taught at the Conservatorio di musica “ S. Cecilia” of Rome.
Concert pianist and music professor at Frankfurt Musikhochschule. He won prestigious international competitions such as "Beethoven” in Vienna e “ARD” in Munich. He performs concerts and master classes throughout the world.
She performed important roles such as those of Concert Master in the European Union Youth Orchestra, first violin in the RTÉ Concert Orchestra in Ireland and lecturer at the Royal Irish Academy of Music. She often performs as Assistant Concert Master in the BBC Symphony Orchestra and in the Camerata Ireland.
Free entry on a first come first served basis, from 8.30 to 9.00 pm.
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