Piano at the Museum Conservatory students play Errard’s piano at the Science Museum.

Piano at the Museum Conservatory students play Errard’s piano at the Science Museum.

“Earard piano from the early twentieth century, in excellent condition and very versatile, allowing performance from repertoire of that time, but also in later repertoire.” with these words Alessandro ComillatoAnd the Piano teacher at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milana connoisseur of historical tools, tells about a tool National Museum of Science and Technologystarting this year, students of piano classes at the Conservatory will offer free performances, workshops, music lessons and meetings between young artists, teachers and museum visitors, open to the public. Saturday 18 and 25 June, Saturday 2 and 9 July, from 3 to 5 pm in Anticenacle’s rooma space in front of the old refectory overlooking the former convent of San Vittore where the museum is located.

On stage, together with the students of the Milan Conservatory, and also their teachers: they will interact with each other as if in a classroom, they will engage the audience in listening, but also in the presentation of the pieces in the program, together they will reveal the secrets of the profession that make the musician’s career A particularly interesting area of ​​discovery even for those who don’t usually frequent it.

coordinated by Stefania MormontAnd the Representative of the Director of the Conservatory It is design Mauro Bonazoli, Director of Artistic Events at the Museum, The project piano in the museum It strengthens the link between the Giuseppe Verdi Institute and the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology.

Suspension Cristina Frosini, Director of the Conservatory: “If it is true that the profession of a musician is learned in class, then the comparison with the audience and the direct relationship with the listener is also true and fundamental: one truly becomes a musician only when he performs for others. The opportunity that the Museum presents to our pianists is even more interesting: the meetings that will accompany Summer in Milan and back from the autumn months allow our academic students to speak for themselves as well as to perform: an original way to bring the audience closer to the artist and his music.Therefore, I thank the Museum and hope that the audience’s acceptance will give us a reason for this choice, which I immediately shared: The piano in the Museum goes beyond the traditional concert season It is configured as a laboratory open to visitors, who will choose the National Museum of Science and Technology for this journey to discover music.”

Claudio GiorgioneAnd the Leonardo Curator of Arts and Sciences In the museum, he tells the story of the machine: “Erard piano in the museum is a huge rosewood cross model. It was built in Paris in 1916 and purchased in the same year by Milano Ricordi and Vinzi. It was later acquired from Ricordi by textile maker Guido Rossi, who donated it to the museum in 1957, along with his art collection. From 1961 to 2017, it was exhibited in the room of Emma Ficla, along with a collection of musical instruments, in which the Museum is engaged in study and conservation activities, in view of a new future presentation “.

To emphasize the importance that music has always had in the museum Fiorenzo Galli, General Manager: “Since its opening in 1953, the Museum has hosted concerts in its rooms, and over the years has acquired an important collection of musical instruments, following the idea of ​​a unity of knowledge that still motivates us today, in the inextricable link between art and technology. This cultural project enables In collaboration with the Conservatory, we promote the historical heritage of the groups through workshop meetings, in line with the educational vocation that has always distinguished us.”

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“For years – he adds Mauro Bonazoli, Director of Events at the Museum – The Museum collaborates with cultural institutions in Milan to create art projects that narrate their collections, considering them as a starting point for creating displays that are conceived of pollution between different artistic languages ​​”.

Workshop meetings are Included in the entrance ticket to the museum And the It will resume in October.

Calendar of meetings and workshops Piano in the Museum

Saturday, June 18 from 3 to 5 pm

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdi, Fantasia in a slight sharp F op 28, “Scottish”

goddess dani piano

Frederic Chopin, Sonata in a small apartment n. 2 ref. 35, “The Funeral Walk”

Giorgio Paulo Nesita piano

Frederic Chopin, Sonata in Minor B n. 3 ref. 58

Marco Otelli piano

Ludwig van Beethoven Differences and fugues in the flat E major Op 35, “Heroic”

Giovanni Galletta piano

Mr Alessandro Comillato

Saturday 25 June from 3 to 5 pm

Sound, light and color

Music also stimulates our imaginations by evoking possibilities Correspondence Between sound, image and word, in synchrony capable of engaging our entire perceptual system. In particular, piano music from romance onwards explored every subtle detail and color of the instrument to make the listening experience a spectacle of sensations that we will surely know today as “multimedia”.

Claude Debussy

give her Pictures The second book:

  1. Cloches à Travers Lee Fey
  2. Et la lune descend sur le temps qui fûR

Agnese Nascimbene piano

Johannes Brahms, from Sonata in F minor n. 3 ref. 5: expressive indanti

Franz Liszt, Chase nig

Olivier Messian, from 8 Introductions: n. 1 doves

Luciano Perio, Wasserclaver

Paul Ehrenheim piano

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Gian Francesco Malibero, Aslan’s poems

Alexander Skragbin, Vers la flammeReference poem. 72

Sonia Candelon piano

Franz Liszt, Waldsrauchen

Claude Debussy from Stamps: Jardins sous la pluie

Ryotaro Sugiyama piano

Mr Luca Chipatti

Saturday 2 July, from 3 pm to 5 pm

Alexander Skragbin, Introductions op. 17 n. 1 in D minor and Wen. 3 in d grand apartment

Franz Liszt, Concert Studio n. 3, “sigh”

Leos Janac

in the fog

  1. Andante – II. Very slowly – III. Andantino – fourth. thus

Robert Schumann Allegro in Minor B op 8

Andrea Canino piano

Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata in a large apartment E n. 26 ref. 81 degrees, “Les Adieux”

Eduardo Braga piano

Mr David Capasi

Saturday July 9 from 3 to 5 pm

Robert Schumann fantasiststock op 12

Angela Roblin piano

Mr Marco Rabatoni

Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach, Differences in the madness of Spain

Franz Liszt, Spanish Rhapsody

Denis Malakhov piano

George Gershwin, Blue infatuation

Virgilio Volante piano

Mr Silvia Lemongli

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