2007 Edition

The twenty-seventh edition of the Festival of Medieval city was held at the city of Anagni, Monte San Giovanni Campano, Frosinone and received the support of generous sponsors , such as Bank of Anagni , the City of San Giovanni Campano and the Province of Frosinone, whose contribution was essential to the realization of this important event . These concerts  demonstrated committed artists of international renown , such as Salvatore Accardo, Goran Bregovic and Israeli singer Noà and Catherine Spaack , in the role of a singer in a concert dedicated to the great Edith Piaf, as well as one of the most important emerging young Italian violists Massimo Quarta , in the role of conductor and soloist . Space and visibility were also reserved for young artists such as Spohr Trio , Trio ensemble, and Omniart Socha Tango . In the frame of the festival in Sora , in the charming Villa Carrara , a concert was dedicated to the music of German Romanticism , which saw the protagonist Clary Bartha who performed works of Beethoven and Wagner ( Wesendong Lieder ) , accompanied by the Symphony Orchestra of Magna Grecia.

 

Program – highlights

29/06/2007 – MONTE SAN GIOVANNI CAMPANO – Piazza Guglielmo Marconi

30/06/2007 – FROSINONE – Palazzo del Governo

SALVATORE ACCARDO – direttore e solista

ORCHESTRA DA CAMERA ITALIANA (n.17 elementi – da camera)

Musiche di J.S.Bach, A.Vivaldi

 

13/07/2007 – MONTE SAN GIOVANNI CAMPANO – Cortile Castello D’Avalos

CATHERINE SPAAK – voce – regia e testi

STORIE PARALLELE: LETTURE MUSICALE E TEATRALE DEDICATA A EDITH PIAF

15/07/2007 – MONTE SAN GIOVANNI CAMPANO – Piazza Guglielmo Marconi

GORAN BREGOVIC – WEDDING & FUNERAL BAND

Musiche della tradizione del folklore balcanico

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