A great initiative was launched by the Scontrino Conservatory of Trapani and consists of bringing music into the Pepoli Museum through the sounds not of a piano or a violin, but of the guitar.
The idea was born before the pandemic, but unfortunately the events as usual are unpredictable and overwhelming, so this project is set aside for two years, until the recent reopening did not allow the organizers to pull the idea out of the drawer and to realize, therefore, the project thanks to the intervention of the three classical guitar classes of the teachers who teach at the conservatory.
The repertoire of the event scheduled for June 23 at 18.00 includes a program, performed by musicians both alone and in groups, dedicated to the greatest composers of the twentieth century.
The young guitarists are Samuele Mazzarella, Piegiorgio Perrella, Ivan Strano, Claudio Terzo and Germano William.
After all, attending musical concerts inside a museum is not the first time, because the musical events are often organized and dedicated to the less frequented repertoire of the twentieth century.
Much appreciated, for example, are these initiatives in Milan, where famous guitarists offer pieces perhaps accompanied by sopranos or other musical instruments and in other Italian municipalities where the path between sounds and art is well traced.
The use of the guitar should not turn up the nose of classical music purists or simple museum-goers, because the classical guitar is precisely the most suitable instrument for performing classical music in different ways, in particular the musical repertoire of the twentieth century.
While this period did not have a dominant style, composers created musical genres that can be traced back decades long before the twentieth century.
For those wishing to immerse themselves in the sweet melodies of the guitar in rooms where the great stories of Trapani´s glorious past are evoked, they can do so without an invitation and for free.
(Texts Giuseppe Puglia)
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COMMENT "GUITARS AT THE PEPOLI MUSEUM IN TRAPANI"
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