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Canonici – Between Earth and Heaven

It is worth considering this original CD, because it allows you to listen to the music of a contemporary composer (…) Aurelio Canonici is a musician known above all for his activity as conductor both in national and international fields but he is also author of books,...

Uno alla volta per carità

(Rossini’s Barbiere di Siviglia…) It is inevitable that in the bicentenary of the “first” of the Barbiere someone would want to reread the actuality. The orchestra conductor and composer Aurelio Canonici and the professor of literature Marcello Teodonio...

Between Earth and Heaven

“Between Earth and Heaven” is the latest album by Aurelio Canonici, a world-famous orchestra conductor and composer. Featuring outstanding musicians like Paola Biondi and Debora Brunialti at the pianos, the Mascoulisse Quartet at trombones, and Maurizio Ben Omar at...

Great finale

… There have been many concerts during the Festival, but for me this was the best until now, with singers from the Far East, Korea and Japan. The performers have collaborated with the excellence of the Sinfonietta Cracovia and of the Polish Radio Choir....

Orestiadi di Gibellina – “Visioni”

… But music materializes in every human being that becomes vibration, finding the sense of expectation, harmony, love, singing of the universe; and here comes the relationship with “Between Earth and Heaven” by Aurelio Canonici, sound geometries that lead into a...

Masterful conclusion of the Opera Festival

The evening of Sunday, September 28, 2014 marked the end of the thirteenth edition of the Opera Festival in Sibiu with the awards ceremony and the gala concert of the winners of the singing competition “Vox Artis”. The awards gala, which focused on some of the most...

CD “Landscapes”

… This cd of real sound “landscapes” performed in a chamber, symphonic, atmospheric, baroque, folk way (…) has touched the very deepest part of me and flung a window open on a truly interesting, sensitive and enchanting original world of sound which lives on its own...