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Upcoming events with Luciano Berio's music

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At the beginning of 2019 numerous events featuring Luciano Berio's music are scheduled. Here follow the most outstanding concerts (for a complete list, please visit our Concert calendar).

Folk Songs are performed in Costa Rica for the first time, featuring mezzo-soprano Marcela Alfaro and the Orquesta Sinfónica de Heredia conducted by Joan Pagès (Feb 22 and 23). Otto Romanze e Quattro versioni originali della "Ritirata Notturna di Madrid" di L. Boccherini, with tenor Enrico Casari and the Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto conducted by Marco Angius are scheduled at Teatro Pollini, Padua (Feb 28) and at Teatro La Fenice, Venice (March 1st). The Otto Romanze are again on the bill, along with Siete Canciones populares españolas, in Frankfurt am Main (March 30) and Köln (March 31), featuring Rolando Villazon and the Filarmónica Joven de Colombia, conducted by Andrés Orozco-Estrada. Quattro versioni originali della "Ritirata Notturna di Madrid" di L. Boccherini are also scheduled in Innsbruck with Camerata Innsbruck CINNS conducted by Maria Makraki (April 13).

Rendering is one of the most performed works in the month of January: it is scheduled in the tournée of Sinfonieorchester Basel conducted by Jochen Rieder: this work will be performed in Munich (Jan 8), Nürnberg (Jan 10), Hamburg (Jan 12), Luzern (Jan 14), Dornach (Jan 16), and Baden-Baden (Jan 20). Rendering is also scheduled in Washington featuring the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gianandrea Noseda (Jan 18-20). A concert entirely dedicated to Berio is scheduled in Paris on February 2 – in the frame of Week-End Berio+ – with performances of Sinfonia, featuring Vocalsolisten Stuttgart and the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire conducted by Pascal Rophé, and Fünf Frühe Lieder and Sechs Frühe Lieder with Andrè Schuen. A double concert featuring Contrapunctus XIX, with Klaus Mäkelä conducting the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, is scheduled in Stockholm (Feb 15 and 16).