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6 March 2020 – Milan
I Solisti di Milano

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Mysliveček: Concertos
I Solisti di Milano
Gennaro Cardaropoli, violin
Matthias Manasi, conductor
Palazzo Arese Borromeo di Cesano Maderno

 

 

6 March 2020 – Milan
I Solisti di Milano

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Mysliveček: Concertos
I Solisti di Milano
Gennaro Cardaropoli, violin
Matthias Manasi, conductor
Palazzo Arese Borromeo di Cesano Maderno

 

13 March 2020  / Milan
Milan – Teatro Condominio

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W. A. Mozart: Don Giovanni
Matthias Manasi, conductor

Teatro Condominio, Milan

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Premiere of “Don Giovanni” in Milan cancelled

Premiere of “Don Giovanni” in Milan cancelled

The Associazione Culturale Giuseppe Verdi, taking into account the provisions of the Prime Minister's Decree, issued on activities to combat the spread of coronavirus on the national territory, suspends its activities until the expiry of the Dpcm. In compliance with...

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Concert with “I Solisti Di Milano” is cancelled

Concert with “I Solisti Di Milano” is cancelled

In relation to the diffusion of the coronavirus, the Prime Minister of Italy has decreed the suspension of any events and initiatives and of any meeting in public places, including cultural ones, until Sunday 8 March. In compliance with these provisions, our...

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Matthias Manasi

Biography

Matthias Manasi is one of today’s most sought-after conductors and a prominent figure of the German conductor scene. His versatility and broad repertoire have taken him to symphony and chamber orchestras, contemporary music ensembles and opera houses around the world.
2018/19 marks Manasi’s second season as Music Director of the Nickel City Opera in Buffalo, USA.

After completing his studies, Matthias Manasi took on the classical German kapellmeister career of an opera conductor in Germany. After positions at the Kiel Opera, Staatstheater Oldenburg, Staatstheater Kassel, Staatstheater Braunschweig and Oper Leipzig, he was chief conductor and artistic director of the Orchestra Camerata Italiana in Naples, from 2010 to 2013, and conductor at the Breslau State Opera, from 2013 to 2016, where he was responsible for opera productions, such as Tschaikowsky’s Eugen Onegin, Verdi’s Falstaff, La Traviata, Giovanna d”Arco, Macbeth, Rigoletto and Nabucco, Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor and L’elisir d’amore, R. Strauss’ Die Frau ohne Schatten and Rosenkavalier, Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia, Penderecki’s Paradise lost, Moniuszko’s Straszny Dwór and Halka, Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana, Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, Saint-Saëns’ Samson et Dalila, Tschaikowsky’s Eugen Onegin, Puccini’s La Bohème, Wagner’s Parsifal and Der Fliegende Holländer, Eötvös’ Angels in America, Szymanowksi’s Król Roger, Orefice’s Chopin, and Bizet’s Carmen and Les pêcheurs de perles. His opera repertoire now includes more than 100 musical theatre works, including numerous 20th-century operas, such as Penderecki’s Paradise Lost, Eötvös’s Angels in America, Shchedrin’s Anna Karenina, Langer’s Figaro gets a divorce (2016) and Marc Aurel Floros’ A Bad Man’s Life (1918). 

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Renowned German conductor Matthias Manasi gave a performance in Almaty (English Translation)

It was Maestro Matthias Manasi’s first appearance on the stage of the Bolshoi Concert Hall of the Kazakh State Symphony Orchestra in Almaty where he conducted the Kazakh State Symphony Orchestra in a performance of a symphonic picture called ”Mergen” and Prokofiev’s Seventh Symphony…

Rome – Auditorium Conciliazione – Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma – Rossini, Casella, Stravinsky conducted masterfully by Matthias Manasi (English Translation)

Last weekend the young German conductor, Matthias Manasi, conducted the Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma together with three magnificent soloists;Alexander Hülshoff, German cellist, Filippo Faes, Italian pianist, Hugo Ticciati, English violinist, all four stars of the international world of music, and it was just pure magic.
The program began with Rossini’s brilliant William Tell Overture, followed by the Casella’s Triple Concerto, Op. 56. Casella is also remembered as being one of the most famous Italian piano virtuosos (who founded in 1930 the Trio Italiano together with Arturo Bonucci as cellist and with Alberto Poltronieri as violinist).…

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