Concert of the young performers of the Scuola dell'Opera of the Teatro Comunale di Bologna

Melissa D’Ottavi soprano

Olesia Mamonenko soprano

Rossella Vingiani soprano

Elena Caccamo mezzo soprano

Eleonora Filipponi mezzo soprano

Andrea Tabili bass

Amedeo Salvato piano

Saturday 1 August | H 21.00

Teatro Comunale


With a view to maximizing the protection of its public and in compliance with the indications on the safety spacing contained in the DCPM of 11 June 2020 (art.1 lett. M) The Theater makes available to spectators the following purchase options:
Whole stage 3 seats * | Whole stage 2 seats * | Single stage 1 seat | Poltronissima (stage).
It should also be noted that the positioning of the orchestra will be in the audience behind the stage; therefore stalls are not offered for sale.
The stages are offered for sale only whole and it is not possible to break their purchase. The distance of at least 1 meter is foreseen among the Poltronissime, arranged on the stage.
* The purchase of the entire stage is possible only if the occupying spectators are not subject to the obligations of interpersonal distancing.



In solitaria stanza 

Non t’accostar all’urna

(Rossella Vingiani)


from Quattro canzoni d’amaranta

1. Lasciami! Lascia ch’io respiri
2. L’alba separa dalla luce l’ombra
3. In van preghi
4. Che dici, o parola del Saggio?

(Mellissa D’Ottavi)


from Chansons de Don Quichotte

1. Chanson du départ
2. Chanson à Dulcinée
3. Chanson de duc
4. Chanson de la mort de Don Quichotte

(Andrea Tabili)


Rückertlieder IV Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen

Des knaben Wunderhorn I Das Irdische Leben

X Lob des hohen Verstandes

(Eleonora Filipponi)


Deux melodies hébraiques

Cinq melodies populaires grecques

(Elena Caccamo)


Ne poj krasavitsa pri mne op.4 n.4

Vesennie vody op.14 n.11

(Olesia Mamonenko)


Giuseppe Verdi

Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) is the opera composer to whom the Italian identity is most closely linked, because during his long career he has intoned the most intimate values and feelings of a fragmented country that with its music and its lyrics has learned to speak Italian.
The various contradictions inherent in the parent-child relationship, interpreted by masterpieces such as Rigoletto, Il trovatore, La traviata, Simon Boccanegra, Luisa Miller, are also among the themes favored by the maestro from Busseto.

Francesco Paolo Tosti

The composer and singer Francesco Paolo Tosti (1864-1916) was the author of famous parlor or chamber romances, for which he often chose the verse compositions of his friend Gabriele D’Annunzio, Giosuè Carducci and abroad of Victor Hugo and Paul Verlaine. His romances are distinguished by their refined, carefree and melancholic style at the same time.

Jacques Ibert

Jacques Ibert (1890-1962) was a French composer, considered traditionalist for his strong attachment to the clarity and elegance of style. Author active in various fields, he has written works, operettas, ballets, chamber music and soundtracks (to remember the one for Orson Welles’ Macbeth).

Gustav Mahler

The Austrian composer and conductor Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) brought the romantic language to an extreme development, paving the way for twentieth century music. If he achieved great fame as a conductor in life, the innovative role of his activity as a composer was long underestimated and recognized only after his death.

Maurice Ravel

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) was a French composer, pianist and conductor, who together with Claude Debussy led musical innovation in the first thirty years of the twentieth century. Ravel’s production is characterized by a sophisticated stylistic research and includes pieces for piano, chamber music, two concerts for piano, music for ballet and opera.

Sergej V. Rachmaninov

Sergei Vasil’evic Rachmaninov (1873-1943) was a world-renowned Russian composer, pianist and conductor, considered one of the greatest Russian composers and pianists ever. The emblem of his technical virtuosity is the Concerto for piano and orchestra n. 3 in D minor opera 30, one of the best known pages of the repertoire for piano and orchestra, considered one of the most demanding works for a pianist.