Saturday, September 12th 2020, 8.30 pm – Park of Castello di Miramare, Trieste
Enrico Fillippo Maligno, violin | Valentina Benfenati, violin
Lisa Bulfon, viola | Federica Ragnini, cello
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) – Quartet n. 19 in C major K465
I. Adagio. Allegro II. Andante cantabile III. Minuetto e trio. Allegro IV. Allegro molto
Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 – 1975) – Quartet n. 7 in F sharp minor, op. 108
I. Allegretto II. Lento III. Allegro
Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901) – Quartet in E minor
I. Allegro II. Andantino III. Prestissimo IV. Allegro assai mosso: Scherzo-Fuga
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The concert will take place outdoor. In case of bad weather, the concert will take place on Sunday, September 13th 2020, at 8.30 pm.
In order to participate safely, the organization will ensure physical distancing and compliance with anti-Covid standards established by DPCM 11.06.2020. It will also be necessary for all participants to wear masks.
ACTIVITIES OF DISCOVERY
All the concerts of the national Musica con Vista Festival are accompanied by activities of discovery of the artistic and cultural heritage. Here, our proposals:
The park of the Castle is open (free entrance) from Monday to Sunday, from 8 am to 7 pm (last entrance at 6.30 pm).
The Castello di Miramare is open from 2 pm to 7 pm for the visits to the historical residence of Carlotta and Massimiliano d’Asburgo; it also hosts the Focus On “The science of vision. Photography and optical instruments at the time of Maximilian of Habsburg” and at the Stables of the Castle it is possible to attend the exhibition “Marcello Dudovich (1878-1662) photography between art and passion”
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THE MAP OF MUSICA CON VISTA
The sixteen appointments are characterised by extra activities nearby the place of the concert. Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI), Touring Club Italiano and Associazione Dimore Storiche Italiane (ADSI) have selected some wonderful places of interest for Comitato AMUR in order to involve the territory in the national re-opening project. Below, the interactive map of the festival, that will accompany the public to the discovery of our hidden cultural heritage.