A concert to celebrate the company's 40th anniversary. An evening of music to give an evening of emotions to the citizens of Pisa. It is the one organised for Sunday 8 May at 9.15 p.m. by the Port Authority of Pisa in collaboration with the association Amici dei Musei e dei Monumenti Pisani.
During the evening - with strictly free admission - some of the most famous melodies of the classical scene will be proposed: Symphony No. 40 in G minor, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Symphony No. 1 in C major, op. 21, by Ludwig van Beethoven. Performing will be I Bei Legami, a chamber ensemble dedicated to the promotion of masterpieces of musical art, with particular emphasis on ancient literature. The name of the group refers to the first number of the collection Scherzi musicali by the famous composer Claudio Monteverdi, entitled I Bei Legami, which was published in Venice in 1607. This chamber ensemble was founded in Pisa in 2014 by a group of professionals who wanted to create a vocal group capable of performing the sacred and secular European repertoire of the 16th and 17th centuries. The ensemble will be led by Maestro Pietro Consoloni, a native of Pisa, who holds a PhD in Musicology from the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in Rome and leads, among other things, the Resonare Vocal Ensemble in Rome, as well as being the artistic and musical director of the Monsignor Cosimo Balducci Choir of San Miniato. The musical itinerary of the evening will be a journey through two of the most famous symphonic works of classical art, the fathers of the 'First Viennese School'.
The concert, with free admission, will have limited places. To book a place, please send an email to email@example.com by Friday 6 May, to which you will receive a reply.