White voices choir in Piazza dei Cavalieri

Carmina 1
Carmina 1
Piazza dei Cavalieri
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On Thursday, June 15 at the Piazza dei Cavalieri in Pisa, starting at 9.30 pm, Carmina Burana will perform Carl Orff's solo concert, choir, white voices, pianos and percussion, organized by the Pisa Early Music cultural association with the patronage of Municipality of Pisa. Carmina Burana is a scenic chant composed by Carl Orff between 1935 and 1936, and is based on 24 poems among those found in homonymous medieval texts, work by goliards and vagrant clerics. The full title is: "Carmina Burana: Cantiones profanee cantoribus et choris cantadaae, comitantibus instrumentis atque imaginibus magicis".
Soprano Jennifer Schittino, contender Alessandro Carmignani, baritone Carlo Morini, pianist Chiara Mariani and Laura Pasqualetti, percussionists Pisa Early Music, director Enrico Nuti, choir Pisa Early Music - director Isabella Marini, choir white voices Bonamici - director Angelica Di Taranto, choir white voices Litoralepisano music school - director Alessandra Cavallini, choir Sarzanae Concentus - director Luciano Bonci, choir San Francesco - director Enrico Nuti. Fire and pyrotechnic magic with the participation of musicians and bandwagon city of Pisa. Poltronissime 20 €, seating 10 €, standing 5 €. Soon in pre-sales on the Vivaticket circuit. For more information please contact the association: pisaearlymusic@gmail.com - 3456937799 - FB: Pisaearlymusic. Music Association - twitter: Pisa Early Music - @Pisaearlymusic
Before the Carmina Burana, at 21.15, the orchestra of the children of the 1st degree "L. Fibonacci" secondary school was invited to open the concert with the performance of a direct music program and arranged by the teachers Instrumental Elisa Azzarà (flute), Dario Atzori and Nicola Fenzi (guitar), Paola Coppola (violin) and Giulio Collavoli (piano). For small musicians in the school it will be an important and stimulating opportunity at the end of a full year of study full of satisfaction.