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The Art of the Piano: Ida Pelliccioli

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The Art of the Piano: Ida Pelliccioli

Friday, November 29, 2019 at 7:30 pm

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Debussy and influences

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Rameau Suite in A minor

Debussy Hommage à Rameau

Albeniz La Vega

Debussy La Puerta del Vino

Soirée à Grenade

Masques


Ida Pelliccioli is an Italo-Croatian pianist who grew up in France. Her multicultural background often shows in her choice of repertoire, as well as her interest in contemporary music and her interest in collaborating with young composers. The programmes that she will present in her 2019-2020 season are built around these lines as well as the will to bring to the audience some less played and forgotten pieces. Tonight's program aims to create echoes between the music of Debussy and the music of two composers that influenced him. On one hand, Rameau, which Debussy described as the pinnacle of the French tradition. On the other hand, Albeniz, as an example of how Debussy found an important source of inspiration in reimagining the music of foreign lands. Spanish idioms inspired some of his most animated music. Three of the pieces chosen are also linked by the same element of inspiration: "La Vega" was also named "Alhambra Suite", "La Puerta del Vino" refers to the gate of the same Palace in Granada, and finally "Soirée à Grenade" uses the Arabic scale and mimics guitar strumming to evoke images of this same land and heritage.

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