The pianist Maurizio Baglini and the cellist Silvia Chiesa are on stage at Teatro Verdi in Pisa as part of the Concerti della Normale. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Robert Schumann, Sergej Rachmaninov and the Italian composer Nicola Campogrande are the authors chosen for the evening's program, Tuesday, January 23rd starting at 9.00 pm The Pisan Baglini is among the brightest musicians, winner at 24 years of the World Music Piano Master of Montecarlo. The Milanese Silvia Chiesa is among the most appreciated Italian performers, with regular tours in Europe, Asia, United States, Australia, Russia.
Since 2005, Baglini and Chiesa have established a stable duo and held over two hundred concerts on prestigious international stages. They are both supporters convinced of today's music but also engaged in the recovery of pages of composers of the not so famous past. On the occasion of their concert at the Teatro Verdi, in addition to pages of consolidated beauty such as, for example, the Sonata for cello and piano in G minor op.19, by Rachmaninov or the Sonata op. 2 by Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, the two musicians present a piece by Nicola Campogrande (born in 1969) with the title 150 decibels, which refers to the phonic power emitted by a battle and which reaches that misural value. Complete the program 5 popular pieces of Schumann.