Also this 5th edition of Muralto Musika will see the presence of the great Serbian pianist Aleksandar Madzar. We are proud to find this interpreter of poetic musicality combined with a scrupulous search for technical perfection and a curriculum full of awards and pious collaborations with orchestras and conductors (Berliner Philarmoniker, Royal and BBC Philarmonics, André Previn, Ivan Fischer, Zubin Mehta) and with great soloists (Julia Fischer, Juliane Banse, Henning Kraggerud). And in this concert he will give us a program in the double role of soloist and chamber musician, in the company of Hans Liviabella, one of the most interesting Italian violinists of his generation.
Liviabella's extraordinary artistic skills are the result of her versatility and passion for music, the genuine quality of her playing and the beauty of his performances.
Partner alongside artists such as Alexander Lonquich, Ivo Pogorelich and Julian Rachlin, he is the first violin of the Energie Nove quartet.
He plays an Antonio Stradivari violin from 1708.
The varied program of the evening, which will open with two of Beethoven's 32 Piano Sonatas, will see the addition of Hans Liviabella's violin in the harmonious fusion with the piano of the Debussy Sonate, ending in the formation of Trio with the addition of the cello by Matteo Pigato (precious chamber musician alongside renowned artists) in the performance of the Brahmsian masterpiece op. 8.