MARIO BRUNELLO CELLO SOLO

2 – 11 / 2018
Cattedrale Santa Maria
MARIO BRUNELLO CELLO SOLO

An illustrious name in the international music scene to enthusiastically inaugurate the second edition of Jazzalguer: Mario Brunello, renowned concert artist in the field of classical music but also an artist open to experimentation in other fields. The first Italian to win the Tckaikovsky competition in Moscow, the cellist from Castelfranco Veneto (born in 1960) was a guest of the most prestigious orchestral groups: the London Philharmonic, the Munich Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, the Orchester Philharmonique de Radio-France, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, London Symphony, NHK Symphony in Tokyo, Kioi Sinfonietta, La Filarmonica della Scala, Orchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, among others, Working with the orchestra are Antonio Pappano, Valery Gergiev, Yuri Temirkanov, Manfred Honeck, Riccardo Chailly, Vladimir Jurowski, Ton Koopman, Riccardo Muti, Daniele Gatti, Myung-Whun Chung, Seiji Ozawa. A lot of money and experience in chamber music, Colomba has collaborations with artists such as Gidon Kremer, Yuri Bashmet, Martha Argerich, Andrea Lucchesini, Frank Peter Zimmermann, Isabelle Faust, Maurizio Pollini and Hugo Wolf Quartet.

But Brunello is not only a great interpretation of classical music: the cellist Veneto has reserved space for projects that involve other codes and art forms, collaborating and interacting with characters and artists of different cultural events of belonging, such as actors Marco Paolini and Moni Ovadia, the singer-songwriters Gianmaria Testa and Vinicio Capossela, the astrophysicist Margherita Hack, the jazz musicians Uri Caine and Paolo Fresu.

The various artistic genres are reflected in the vast discography of Brunello, which includes works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert, Haydn, Vivaldi, Chopin, Janáček, Dvorak, Tavener and Sollima. Academically, Santa Cecilia, artistic director of the Arte Sella Festival and sounds of the Dolomites, has published three books, the latest of which with Gustavo Zagrebelsky, and is academically of Santa Cecilia. He plays a precious Maggini cello from the early seventeenth century, belonging to Franco Rossi.