Vineri, 26 Mai 2017, orele 17.30 Muzeul de Arta Constanta găzduiește recitalul de Pian ‘’ Allegro vs. Appassionato’’
Pianist: Dario Candela (Italia)
Concept: recital in 2 parti stilistice diferite.
Prima parte ‘’Allegro’’ – selectie de sonate pentru pian de Domenico Cimarosa (din vol. I si II)- perioada clasicismului muzical (Italian)
Partea a doua: ‘’ Appassionato’’ – cele Patru Balade de Frederic Chopin – perioada romantismului muzical.
Fragmente video cu sonate de Cimarosa:
Fragment video, repertoriul romantic:
Date biografice pianist: DARIO CANDELA (ITALIA)
An eclectic musician, Dario Candela forms in Naples (Piano diploma, degree in choral music – Choir Conducting and Composition diploma) then in France (diploma at the Conservatoire Superieur A.Cortot Paris) and graduated in Literature at the University ” Federico II.
Student of the icon Italian pianist Aldo Ciccolini, Dario Candela also developed under the guidance of other great Italian pianists as Sergio Fiorentino and Fausto Zadra, a knowledge of the piano based on the great Neapolitan tradition.
Sandro Cappelletto wrote of him:” Candela, exploiting with elegance, never so boastful and vain, the timbre and dynamic resources of his instrument, the piano, chooses the path of a nice nonchalance and succeeds in building a charm.”
He plays as a soloist and in various Chamber ensembles collaborating in many concerts with the Italian Virtuosi, the Soloists of St. Charles, Rocco Filippini, Alain Meunier, Antony Pay, Francesco Manara, Luca Signorini, Rita Marcotulli, Eric Porche, Hans Udo Heinzmann and also with Aldo Ciccolini, Bruno Canino and Roberto de Simone, in places and organizations such as the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Mercadante in Naples, Teatro de la ComedieFrancaise in Paris, Teatro delle Erbe in Milan, Bocconi University in Milan, and Philharmonic Academy Dams in Bologna, Teatro Studio of the Auditorium in Rome music, Ass. Scarlatti of Naples and abroad: Belgium, Spain, Greece, France, Germany, Slovenia, Switzerland, United States.
He recorded for Phoenix Classic, Naxos, Brilliant and Dynamic the complete Sonatas by D. Cimarosa regarded by the German magazine Pianonews „wonderful (Schafer)” and hailed by US critics as the first run which returns the sonatas of Cimarosa to their fair value „fortunately we are in the best hands with this Italianpianist, who plays these sonatas with sensitivity, gentle stolen and beautiful sound” (Hastings).
He has played live for Radio RAI 3, RAI Educational, Radio Sweden, and Radio France and was invited to participate in radio broadcasts for Radio Classica, Radio Rai 3 Suite, and television for Channel 5. He earned 5 First prizes in Piano competitions (Premier prix à l’Unanimité the Conservatorio Superior A. Cortot in Paris).
He has written music for theater in France (Winter Afternoons –Prize for creation by the French Ministry of Culture in 2001; La Legende des siecles deVictor Hugo, staged at the Theatre of the Comédie Francaise, Le Viceconsul) and Italy (Erotic Baroque, represented in the theaters Attic-Bologna, La Pergola– Florence, New-Naples). His music for Emily L. have been published by Editions Armiane (Versailles)
He currently teaches at the Music Conservatory S. Giacomantonio of Cosenza and alternates masterclasses at the Piano Academy Napoletana, with piano master classes at the Superior Conservatory of Malaga.
He published musicology essays for Ediz.Scient.Italiane, the LIM, the Fond. Morra, The University Federico II and held for 3 years classes at the Conservatorio San Pietro a Majella in Naples on Physiology of Piano Teaching and wrote a book on the subject entitled „The body and the sound” published by Simeoli Edizioni.
He is the Director of the Library on the Musical Twentieth Century named after Mario Pilati and founder of the Italian Center of Chamber Music, the festival Piano City for which he organized several concert seasons of great success. In 2007 he founded the Ensemble Artistic Circle in charge of rediscovering the music of the Italian Novecento with which performs concerts, research, and with whom he has presented at the Teatro di San Carlo in Naples the quintet for piano and strings by Mario Pilati. He conceived and promoted the Taran TODAY project aimed at generating the dances of southern Italy reworked by contemporary composers who has had dozens of performances in Italy and abroad.