Klavier zu vier Händen mit dem « Blasio-Redorici Piano Duo »
Sa. 29.04. 2023 Kammermusik – 19 Uhr
Schubert, Allegro in La mineure, D 947 (Lebensstürme)
Schumann, Bilder aus Osten, Op 66
Brahms, Variations sur un thème par R. Schumann
Gianluca Blasio und Lisa Redorici, Klavier
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Blasio-Redorici Piano Duo is a young chamber ensemble born within the International Academy « Incontri con il Maestro » in Imola, where they obtained the advanced postgraduate diploma in « Chamber Music » under the guidance of Nazzareno Carusi. It is composed by pianists Gianluca Blasio and Lisa Redorici. Its concert activity, defined by Massimiliano Cerrito as « […] of great balance and understanding […] » (2022), has already seen performances for various musical venues in Italy (Magazzino Musica in Milan; Alighieri Theater in Ravenna; Sala Marco Biagi of Bologna; “Federico II” University, Museum of San Martino, Filangieri Museum, Bolivar Theater in Naples) and abroad (Fundación Eutherpe in León).
He graduated in Piano at the “San Pietro a Majella” Conservatory of Music in Naples with full marks, honors and honorable mention. He also graduated in Cultural Heritage at the Federico II University and he is currently majoring in Musicology and Musical Heritage at the University of Milan.
Defined « […] a young musician […] who already shows a fervent inventiveness, a great technical ability and a clear preference for the virtuosic side […] » (Teresa Mori, « Rome », Naples – 2018), he attended masterclasses with Christiane Karajeva, Antoinette Van Zabner Zinn-Zinnenburg, Francesco Nicolosi, Giuseppe Devastato and Irene Veneziano. He is also a prize winner in several national and international competitions. His aim to situate himself in a perspective of constant research for what concerns the technical and aesthetic aspects of piano interpretation played a decisive role in his choice to study together with Dario Candela, heir to the artistic teaching of Fausto Zadra and Aldo Ciccolini.
He carries out an appreciated artistic activity that has led him to perform as a soloist and chamber musician, in collaboration with the Academic Ensemble of the University of Milan directed by Stefano Ligoratti, Daniel Dziatkowiak, Myriam Labiausse, Raffaele Rigliari, Elena Talarico and Pier Carmine Garzillo, holding concerts at various venues including: Fundación Eutherpe of León and Universidad “Alfonso X El Sabio” of Madrid in Spain; Alighieri Theater of Ravenna; “Statale” University and Music Warehouse of Milan; Milan-Malpensa Airport for Fazioli Pianos; Sala Biagi in Bologna; « San Pietro a Majella » Conservatory, Bolivar Theater, Italian Chamber Music Center, « Federico II » University, Charterhouse and Museum of San Martino, Palazzo Venezia, Auditorium Villa Floridiana, Sala Chopin of Palazzo Mastelloni, Palazzo Serra di Cassano in Naples.
Passionate admirer of contemporary compositional trends, his commitment to the music of the present time has materialized with the participation in fascinating projects promoted by composers Cosimo Abbate and Lorenzo Pone in the double role of pianist (world premiere of the Octet for flute, clarinet, piano and Abbate’s strings) and popularizer (drafting of introductory texts and room notes).
Also active as a scholar, he carried out an internship in cataloging printed musical goods at the National Library of Naples « Vittorio Emanuele III » and published liner notes for CDs (Da Vinci Classics) and articles for magazines (« d.a.t. »; « Live. Performing & Arts »). Always interested in the relationship between musicological investigation and performance, he has held seminars and lectures-concerts on the subject, participating in conventions and conferences at the conservatories of Naples and Livorno, the « Humaniter » Foundation of Naples, the « Federico II » and » Alma Mater Studiorum ”in Bologna and the“ Luigi Boccherini” Opera Omnia Study Center in Lucca.
He is currently a professor of Piano and History of Music in the pre-academic courses at the Higher Institute of Music Studies « O. Vecchi – A. Tonelli” of Modena.
She graduated in Piano Performance from the Institute of High Musical Studies « O. Vecchi – A. Tonelli” in Modena under the guidance of Giuseppe Fausto Modugno, then she continued to study with Victoria Pontecorboli and followed several masterclasses with Tatiana Levitina, Ingrid Fliter, Enrico Pace, Oleg Poliansky and Szusanna Csazar. Always interested in the field of ensemble music, she studied piano chamber music with Mauro Valli, Elicia Silverstein at the « Giovan Battista Martini » Conservatory in Bologna, obtaining in 2017 the II level academic diploma with full marks and honours.
She carries out an appreciated concert activity as a soloist and chamber musician which has led her to perform in Italy and abroad. She has collaborated with prestigious institutions (Conservatorium Zuyd of Maastricht, Fundación Eutherpe of León, Coccia Theater of Novara, Pavarotti-Freni Theater of Modena, Directed Philharmonic Academy of Bologna, « Giovan Battista Martini » Conservatory of Bologna, Higher Institute of Musical Studies « O. Vecchi – A. Tonelli « of Modena) holding concerts in different venues in Milan, Ravenna, Mantua, Foggia, Naples also for important musical associations (Conoscere la Musica, Amici della Musica « Giovanni Paisiello »). In 2021 she was invited to take part in the Dante celebrations organized by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage as an interpreter of the famous Lisztian page « Apres una lecture du Dante, Fantasia quasi Sonata » at the Ghiaurov Auditorium in Modena.
She collaborated with Giuseppe Fausto Modugno studying both the repertoire for four-hands piano and for two pianos with performances that also include the use of historical instruments.
Together with the cellist Clara Sette he founded in 2017 the Duo Karis which has performed in important concert seasons in Italy and abroad (« Night of Classical Music » in Maastricht, « San Giacomo Festival » in Bologna, « Suoni entro le mura » in Vignola, « Musica in nero e nero » in Monzuno and « Conoscere la musica » in Bologna) together with the big names that have contributed to writing the history of this particular chamber ensemble such as the Duo Chiesa-Baglini and the Duo Bronzi- Maurizzi.
For the sake of her enthusiasm for contemporary experimentation, under the direction of Guido Felizzi, she has interpreted several works for piano and orchestra written by young Bolognese composers.
As an accompanying pianist she collaborated with the Viola specialization course held by Danusha Waskiewicz, formerly the first viola of the Berliner Philarmoniker, at the Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna and in the same year she closed the season of « Il Sabato dell’Accademia » with the » Soloists of the Academy of the Mozart Orchestra ”.
Graduated in Theoretical Physics with full marks and honors at the « Alma Mater Studiorum » University of Bologna, she also deals with Acoustics and Musical Informatics, disciplines of which she has taught in academic courses at the Institute of High Studies Musical « O. Vecchi – A. Tonelli ”of Modena, and she wrote several scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals.
She is currently teaching Piano Practice and Reading at the “Domenico Cimarosa” Conservatory in Avellino.