From 26 august to 12 September

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Thursday August 26 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana della Linguella | Portoferraio

Hommage à Piazzolla
100 years since the birth of Astor Piazzolla

Kremerata Baltica | Gidon Kremer, violin and leader | Per Arne Glorvigen, bandoneon | Andrei Pushkarev, vibraphone

A. Piazzolla Tres minutos con la realidad for strings
A. Piazzolla / S. Gubaidulina / A. Pushkarev Grand Tango for violin and strings
A. Piazzolla Café 1960 for vibraphone solo
P.A. Glorvigen Tango Funèbre for bandoneon and strings
A. Piazzolla / A. Pushkarev Little Italy 1930 for vibraphone solo
  Three pieces for violin, vibraphone and strings
  Fuga Y Misterio, Celos, Michelangelo ’70

Friday August 27 – 9.15 p.m. | Free entrance, subject to availability
Piazza della Vittoria | Marciana Marina

Gabriele Mirabassi, clarinet | Simone Zanchini, accordion

Jazz Concert

Saturday August 28 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana della Linguella | Portoferraio

Filippo Gorini, piano | Aki Saulière, Liana Gourdjia, violins | Georgy Kovalev, Shira Majoni, violas | Raphael Bell, cello

W.A. Mozart Duo for violin and viola n. 1 K. 423
L. Janaček Sonata for violin and piano JW VII/7
J. Brahms Quintet for strings op. 111

Sunday August 29 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa dei Mulini Garden | Portoferraio

J. Haydn’s Quartets in the Napoleonic settings
200 years since the death of Napoleon Bonaparte

Lyskamm Quartet (Cecilia Ziano, Clara Franziska Schötensack, violins | Francesca Piccioni, viola | Giorgio Casati, cello)

J. Haydn Quartet op. 20 n. 5 (Hob.III:35)
Quartet op. 77 n. 2 (Hob.III:82)

Sunday August 29 – 9.15 p.m. | Free entrance, subject to availability
Anfiteatro La Vantina | Capoliveri

Tcha Limberger Trio (Tcha Limberger, vocals and violin | Dave Kelbie, guitar | Sébastien Girardot, double bass)

Concerto Jazz

Monday August 30 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana della Linguella | Portoferraio

Filippo Gorini, piano | Liana Gourdjia, violin | Georgy Kovalev, viola | Vashti Hunter, cello |
Lyskamm Quartet (Cecilia Ziano, Clara Franziska Schötensack, violins | Francesca Piccioni, viola | Giorgio Casati, cello)

R. Schumann Quartet for piano and strings op. 47
J. Brahms Quintet for piano and strings op. 34

Tuesday August 31– 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana della Linguella | Portoferraio

Jonian Ilias Kadesha, Liana Gourdjia, Aki Saulière, violins | Georgy Kovalev, viola | Vashti Hunter, cello

J. S. Bach Partita for violin solo BWV 1006
J. M. Leclaire Sonata op. 3 n. 5 for two violins
B. Martinu Duo for violin and cello n. 1 H157
L. van Beethoven Trio for violin, viola and cello op. 9 n. 2

Wednesday September 1 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana della Linguella | Portoferraio

Martha Argerich, Akane Sakai, pianos | David Grimal, Aki Saulière, violins | Georgy Kovalev, viola | Raphael Bell, cello

I. Stravinsky The Rite of Spring ballet (version for two pianos)
R. Schumann Quintet for piano and strings op. 44

Thursday September 2 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana della Linguella | Portoferraio

Separarsi con Dante
Text by Cesare Mazzonis with excerpts from Vita Nova and la Divina Commedia
700 years since the death of Dante Alighieri

Massimo Popolizio, narrator | The Strings of Orchestra Leonore | Daniele Giorgi, conductor

H. Wolf Italian Serenade (string orchestra version)
F. Schreker Intermezzo for strings op. 8
A. Berg Sonata op. 1 (arr. for string orchestra by W. van Klaveren)
G. Mahler Adagietto (from Symphony n. 5)

Friday September 3 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana delle Grotte | Portoferraio

David Grimal, Jonian Ilias Kadesha, Liana Gourdjia, violins | Georgy Kovalev, Sào Soulez Larivière, violas | Raphael Bell, Konstantin Pfiz, Vashti Hunter, cellos | Amerigo Bernardi, double bass

J. S. Bach Two-part inventions BWV 772-786 (selection, arr. for violin and cello)
M. Ravel Sonata in C major for violin and cello
R. Strauss Metamorphosen for string septet (arr. by R. Leopold)

Saturday September 4 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa San Martino | Portoferraio

J. Haydn Quartets in Napoleonic settings
200 years since the death of Napoleon Bonaparte

Aki Soulière, Liana Gourdjia, violins | Sào Soulez Larivière, viola | Konstantin Pfiz, Raphael Bell, cellos | Amerigo Bernardi, double bass

J. Haydn Quartet op. 33 n. 2 (Hob.III:38)
G. Rossini Duo for cello and double bass
J. Haydn Quartet op. 76 n. 4 (Hob.III:78)

Sunday September 5 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana della Linguella | Portoferraio

David Grimal, Aki Saulière, Michael Guttman, violins | Sào Soulez Larivière, Georgy Kovalev, violas | Konstantin Pfiz, Raphael Bell, Jing Zhao, cellos | Alessandra Ammara, piano

E. Schulhoff Sextet for strings (1920-1924)
L. van Beethoven Trio for piano and strings op. 70 n. 1 Geister

Monday September 6 – 9.15 p.m.
Anfiteatro del Parco Minerario | Rio

Fabrizio Bosso Spiritual Trio (Fabrizio Bosso, trumpet | Alberto Marsico, organ | Alessandro Minetto, drums)

Jazz Concert

Tuesday September 7 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana della Linguella | Portoferraio

Concert for the Festival’s 25th anniversary

Michael Guttman, violin | Jing Zhao, cello | Ksenia Bashmet, piano | The Moscow Soloists Orchestra | Yuri Bashmet, conductor

J. Bosso Double concerto ispired by A. Piazzolla and A. Ginastera for violin, cello and strings (excerts)
Lo que vendrà après Paris – Years of solitude after Gerry Mulligan – Malambo finale
A. Schnittke Concerto for piano and string orchestra (1979)
P. Čajkovskij Souvenir de Florence op. 70

Wednesday September 8 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana della Linguella | Portoferraio

700 years since the death of Dante Alighieri

Jing Zhao, cello | The Moscow Soloists Orchestra | Yuri Bashmet, conductor

O. Respighi Adagio con variazioni for cello and orchestra (arr. for cello and strings)

Saba Beatrice Lucidi, narrator
Boris Garlitsky, violin and leader | Sào Soulez Larivière, Shira Majoni, violas | Giovanni Gnocchi, cello | Mattia Riva, double bass | Elba Festival Camerata

Arturo Cuellar Rime for narrator and string ensemble. World premiere


Elba Festival Prize 2021 – Justus Friedrich Eichhorn, piano
The Moscow Soloists | Yuri Bashmet, conductor

W.A. Mozart Concerto for piano and orchestra K. 414

Thursday September 9 – 6.30 p.m.
Fortezza Pisana | Marciana

Boris Garlitsky, Albina Khaibulina, violins | Béatrice Muthelet, Sào Soulez Larivière, violas | Giovanni Gnocchi, Simon Tetzlaff, cellos

A. Arensky Quartet for violin, viola and 2 cellos n. 2 op. 35
F. Mendelssohn Quintet for 2 violins, 2 violas and cello n. 1 op. 18

Friday September 10 – 11.30 a.m. | Free entrance, subject to availability
Santuario della Madonna del Monte | Marciana

Hiking and Music
J. Haydn Quartets in Napoleonic settings
200 years since the death of Napoleon Bonaparte

Boris Garlitsky, Jaha Lee violins | Béatrice Muthelet, viola | Giovanni Gnocchi, Simon Tetzlaff, cellos

J. Haydn Quartet for strings op.33 n.5 (Hob.III:41)
Quartet for strings op. 74 n. 3 (Hob.III:74)

 

Friday September 10 – 6.00 p.m.| Free entrance, reservation required
Forte Longone | Porto Azzurro

Concert in the area of the Porto Azzurro Prison

Mario Brunello, Jing Zhao, Giovanni Gnocchi, cellos

J.S. Bach Sarabanda from Suite n. 6 BWV 1012 (arr. for 3 cellos)
V. Silvestrov 8.VI.1810 … to R.A.Sch.’s Birthday  for 2 cellos (quasi “V-c. solo”)
G. Verdi / A. Melchiori La Traviata, excerpts (arr. for cello piccolo and cello)

A. Piatti Elegy for the death of A. Rubinstein for 2 cellos
J.S. Bach Choral  Ich ruf zu dir BWV 639  for 3 cellos
G. Sollima Terra Aria for 3 cellos

Saturday September 11 – 6.00 p.m. | Reservation required by 10 September
Chiesa di S. Gaudenzio | Isola di Pianosa (Campo nell’Elba)

Musical Cruise to the Island of Pianosa
(In collaboration with the Tuscan Archipelago National Park)

Mario Brunello, cello | Karina Oganjan, soprano |Friuli Venezia Giulia Choir | Cristiano Dell’Oste, choir master

J. Tavener Sviaty for choir and cello
Akhmatova Songs for soprano and cello
J.S. Bach Chaconne from Partita BWV 1004 for cello piccolo and choir
A. Pärt Fratres for cello, choir and percussions
A. Arenskij Three Quartets for choir op. 57
O. Gjeilo Serenity (O Magnum Misterium) for choir and cello

Sunday September 12 – 6.30 p.m.
Villa Romana della Linguella | Portoferraio

Elena Garlitsky, piano | Boris Garlitsky, violin | Sào Soulez Larivière, viola | Giovanni Gnocchi, cello | Mattia Riva, double bass | Mara Corazza, soprano | Friuli Venezia Giulia Choir | Cristiano Dell’Oste, choir master

F. Schubert Quintet for piano and strings D. 667 “The Trout”
Mirjams Siegesgesang for choir and piano D. 942