At Eastertime, from Thursday 13th to Saturday 15th April , the Teatro Caio Melisso Spazio Carla Fendi will host Chamber Music Concerts organized by Incontri Musicali and the Foundation Francesca, Valentina and Luigi Antonini in collaboration with the Festival of 2Worlds.
AT 19:30

in collaboration with SPOLETO FESTIVAL DEI 2MONDI

JONATHAN WEISS (Israel) flute 
FIACHRA GARVEY (Ireland) piano 
NICCOLÒ MUTI (Italy/USA) violin 
MADELENE BERG (Norway) violin 
ANNE YUMINO WEBER (Germany) cello 


13 April 2017 – at 19:30 
W.A. Mozart 
Quartet for Flute and Strings in D Major, K.285
S. Karg-Elert
Chaconne for Flute Solo, Op.107 No.30
J. Brahms
Quintet for Piano and Strings in F Minor, Op.34

14 April 2017 – at 19:30
T. Nikolayeva
Trio for Flute, Viola and Piano, Op.18 
L. Beethoven
Sonata for Cello and Piano No.3 in A Major, Op.69 
D. Shostakovich
Five Pieces for Two Violins and Piano

15 April 2017 – at 19:30
J. Haydn
String Quartet in 
C Major, Op.20 No.2
B. Bartók
Piano Sonata, Sz. 80 
A. Vivaldi
Flute Concerto in C Major 
‘Il Gardellino’, Op.10 No.3 R.428 

Born in New York, Jonathan Weiss studied with Boaz Meirovicth and Yossi Arenheim at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and is currently studying in the class of Roswitha Staege at the University of Arts in Berlin. From 2015-2016 he was a member of the International Ensemble Modern Academy in Frankfurt. In the field of chamber music, he has participated in festivals such as Encuentro Santander (Spain), Dresden Kunstfest, Klanspuren Schwaz (Austria), Crescendo Festival in Berlin. He regularly performs with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra  and the Israeli Camerata. In Germany he works with the Ensemble Modern, the Augsburg Philharmonic, the Thüringer Symphoniker, the Magdeburg Philarmonie and the Jena Philarmonie. He has also played in master classes with Emmanuel Pahud, Davide Formisano, Hansgeorg Schmeiser and Stephanie Winker. 

Fiachra Garvey graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London. He has won various International prizes in competitions such as the first EU competition in Prague, one in Collioure, France and the Jaques Samuel Competition in London. He made his concert debut with the Janáček Philarmonic, played with the RTE Symphony and the RIAM Symphony Orchestra. Fiachra has also won the prestigious "Rising Star" award granted by the National Concert Hall in Dublin.

In his young career, Niccoló Muti has already established himself as an extremely versatile musician. He is the Founder and Artistic Director of Incontri Musicali, an annual chamber music festival that brings classical music’s most-promising young talents to Spoleto, Italy, Charleston and other parts of the U.S. for three weeks of chamber music performances each summer. He is also an avid conductor, an art which he has studied extensively with his father, conductor Lorenzo Muti. As a violinist, Niccoló has performed in concerts across the U.S. and Europe, including appearances in Switzerland, Norway, the Czech Republic, and as featured soloist with the National Orchestra of Romania in Italy. He also performs regularly with the Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle in Durham, North Carolina. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, where he studied with Mimi Zweig. He completed his Master’s degree at Rice University, where he was awarded the Vicki West Prize to study with Kathleen Winkler. 

The Swedish violinist Madelene Berg has appeared as solist with numerous Norwegian orchestras including the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra and the Oslo Camerata. She has also participated in various festivals in Scandinavian countries, Switzerland, South America and Africa. As a member of an orchestra, she has performed with the Oslo Philarmonic Orchestra, the Norvegian Opera and Ballet Orchestra, the Norvegian Chamber Orchestra and the Oslo Camerata where she is currently leader of the second violin section. At the moment she is studying with Svetlana Makarova at the Lausanne Conservatory in Switzerland. During her stay in Norway, her teachers were Alf Richard Kraggerud and Henning Kraggerud.

A native of Honolulu, the violist Ren Martin-Doike has held concerts in North and South America, Europe and Asia as both soloist and member of numerous instrumental groups such as the Curtis Symphony Orchestra, the Benny Rietveld Jazz Quintet and the Duo RenJi. Winner of the prize for the best Maurice Ravel String Quartet, Ren Martin-Doike has also performed in concerts with the Johannes and the Dover Quartets as well as with the concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra, David Kim. As principal viola of the Curtis Chamber Orchestra, she has participated in various tours with Jennifer Koh and Jaime Laredo. A graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, she will soon begin her Master’s studies at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique in Paris as a Harriet Hale Woolley Scholar. 

Born in 1989, Anne Yumino Weber studied cello with Heinrich Klug, Wolfgang Schmidt and Frans Helmerson. As an orchestra member, she has played as first cellist with the Frankfurt Opera and is currently with the SR-radio orchestra Saarbrucken-Kaiserslautern. She is particularly active in the field of chamber music performing regularly in concerts with the Trio Galil and the Berliner Philharmoniker. As a soloist she has worked with the Baden-Baden Philharmoniker, la North Czech Philharmonic and various other European orchestras. She has received diverse prizes in various competitions such as the "Jugend Musiziert", the Liezen International Competition in Austria and the Karl Davidov International Competition in Latvia. She plays a cello built by Nicolas Lupot (Paris 1821) borrowed from the Deutscher Musikinstrumentenfonds.


Unreserved Seating: €10


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