BalletAndOpera.com  St. Petersburg City, Russia - ballet, opera, concert and show tickets.

BalletAndOpera.com home page. St. Petersburg, Russia - ballet, opera, concert and show tickets.
   VIEW CART  |   CHANGE CURRENCY  |  Your Account  |  HELP  |  
Toll Free (888) 885 7909
OperaAndBallet.com / BolshoiMoscow.com. Moscow, Russia - ballet, opera, concert and show tickets.
SCHEDULE
NEWS
FESTIVALS
Mariinsky
Ballet & Opera
Mariinsky II
New Theatre
SEE MORE
STAGES
We accept Amex, Visa, MasterCard, JCB, Diner
   SEE BOLSHOI
MOSCOW TICKETS
The Stars of the White Nights 2020
Hello. Returning customer? Sign in. New customer? Start here
Mario Brunello (Conductor)

Mario Brunello is one of the most important names in the Italian and international music scene.

In the year 1986, Brunello was the first Italian to ever win the Иaikovskij Competition, which launched him into a stunning international music career. Brunello has played with some of the most prestigious orchestras, including the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Philharmonia London, the Orchestre National de France, the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the Scala Philharmonic Orchestra, the Santa Cecilia Academy, the London Philharmonic, the DSO Berlin and the Munich Philharmonic. He has also collaborated with conductors such as Valery Gergiev, Zubin Mehta, Riccardo Muti, Riccardo Chailly, Seiji Ozawa, Daniele Gatti, Myung-Whun Chung, Yuri Temirkanov, Giuseppe Sinopoli, Carlo Maria Giulini and Claudio Abbado, who over the years has invited Brunello several times to play with him with both the Orchestra of the Lucerne Festival and the Mozart Orchestra. With both he has appeared also as a soloist and a conductor. Mario Brunello often takes on dual roles of conductor and soloist, and in 1994 he founded the Orchestra d'Archi Italiana with which he tours intensively both in Italy and abroad. Chamber music plays an important role in Brunello’s artistic life and he collaborates with artists including Gidon Kremer, Frank Peter Zimmermann, Yuri Bashmet, Maurizio Pollini, Andrea Lucchesini and the Borodin and Alban Berg Quartets.

In his artistic life, Brunello reserves ample time for projects involving diverse art forms, from literature to philosophy, and from science to painting. In these performances, Brunello does not express himself solely through an interpretation of traditional repertoires, but also through interaction with actors and musicians from other cultural influences: some of these include the performances designed together with Margherita Hack, Uri Caine, Paolo Fresu, Moni Ovadia and Vinicio Capossela. In this way, Brunello presents his public with a diverse, multi faceted form of making music, creating interactive performances using music, images and words. A large part of these activities take place in an alternative space called Antiruggine, a remodeled workshop where Brunello experiments with these new music and art forms. Among his most recent alternative projects “Pensavo fosse Bach” is a multimedia performance with music, lights and video images dedicated to the Bach Suites, of which Brunello is considered to be one of the most The diverse artistic genres experimented with by Brunello are reflected in a wide ranging collection of recordings which includes the integral Bach Suites and Sonatas by Brahms, Beethoven and Chopin, as well as many other recordings dedicated to cello solos. In the spring of 2008 Deutsche Grammophon published a CD with the Beethoven Triple Concerto conducted by Claudio Abbado.

EGEA Records is currently producing a record series articulated into five releases dedicated to Mario Brunello. The first two CDs in the collection will be “Odusia”, a musical Odyssey through Mediterranean culture, and “Brunello and Vivaldi”, dedicated to the cello concertos Mario Brunello began his musical studies with Adriano Vendramelli, and then perfected his talents with Antonio Janigro. Mario Brunello is an Academic of Santa Cecilia, Rome. He plays a precious Maggini cello from the 1600s which once belonged to Franco Rossi.



Feedback
If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact us.
Is there any other feedback you would like to provide? Click here
HELP SECTION. Your remarks and offers send to the address: info@BalletAndOpera.com
© Ballet and Opera Ltd, 1995-2019
Select preferred currency:

OAB   SHRT   LINK   LND