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Leonardo's Symphony | An Ensemble Performance of Italian Renaissance Music

Date:

07/22/2019


Leonardo's Symphony | An Ensemble Performance of Italian Renaissance Music

Celebration of 500th Death anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci

On the occasion of the celebrations of the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, the Italian Cultural Institute at Italian Consulate Mumbai in collaboration with Avid Learning are organizing the "Leonardo's Symphony" concert by the Sensus Ensemble at the Royal Opera House, Mumbai.
The Ensemble includes mezzosoprano Arianna Lanci, Renaissance Instrumentalist Adriano Sangineto, Renaissance Harpist Marianne Gubri and percussionist Marco Muzzati. This quartet of talented musicians and vocalists from Italy, will bring to our stage a visionary evening of Renaissance musical compositions, inspired by Da Vinci’s rebuses. Of special mention are the instruments being performed, which include recreations of original instruments designed by Da Vinci himself!

 

About Artists
Arianna Lanci graduated with honours in philosophy at the University of Bologna, earning her degree in opera singing in 2008 at the Conservatorio G. Rossini in Pesaro, where she studied under Evghenia Dundekova. She went on to perfect her baroque vocal technique with Roberta Invernizzi. She attended master-classes with major international performers of ancient, renaissance and baroque repertoire including Gloria Banditelli, Jill Feldman, Monica Bacelli, Rinaldo Alessandrini, also perfecting her Bel Canto technique with Sherman Lowe and Fernando Cordeiro Opa.

Marianne Gubri studied and graduated in Medieval Renaissance and Baroque harp in Paris at the Centre de Musique Medievale, Tours Conservatoire National de Région (France), she also earns the Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies Degree in Musicology at the University F. Rabelais of Tours (Centre d’ Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance). Performances in numerous concerts and international tours in places such as Italy, France, Portugal, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, USA, China, India, Dubai, Brazil and Mexico.

Adriano Sangianeto was born and raised in his father’s workshop, where his growth as a musician was influenced by the presence of such leading figures of folk music as Alan Stivell, Carlos Nunez, Chieftains and others. He also revisits Italian and European folk music with original arrangements. Adriano plays several wind and string instruments. He specialized in clarinet at the Conservatory of Milan and taught himself how to play the Celtic harp.

Marco Muzzati graduated in the Disciplines of Art Music and Performing Arts at the University of Bologna. Since 1985 he has been active into the field of ancient music, studying musicology and executive-praxis of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Arabic instruments. He attended the course of percussions at the Conservatory “Tomadini” in Udine, and advanced courses on ancient musical practice under the guidance of celebrated masters, including René Clemencic.

 

Tickets from INR 300.
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Information

Date: Monday, July 22, 2019

Time: From 7:00 pm To 9:00 pm

Organized by : Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Mumbai

In collaboration with : AVID Learning

Entrance : With fee


Location:

Royal Opera House, Mumbai

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