Federico Pulina (Klavier), Alice Boiardi (Cello) - Hotel Bergsonne
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Federico Pulina (Klavier), Alice Boiardi (Cello)

12 February @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Federico Pulina hat bei Anna Revel am Konservatorium von Sassari und bei Davide Cabassi am Konservatorium von Piacenza studiert. Aktuell studiert er im Master an der HSLU Luzern in der Klasse von Konstantin Lifschitz. Sein Debüt gab er 2011 mit dem Orchester Marija Judina am Teatro Storchi in Modena. Seitdem wird er als Solist und Kammermusiker zu renommierten Musikfestivals in Italien und im Ausland eingeladen. Seit 2018 konzertiert er mit seinem Trio (Trio Fenice). Federico Pulina ist Gewinner des Giangrandi Eggman-Preises 2018. Als Finalist des AEVEA-Klavierwettbewerbs nahm er die 24 Chopin Etüde auf CD auf.
Im August 2020 wurde er als einziger italienischer Pianist nach Wien eingeladen, um an den Kursen der Stiftung Theo und Petra Lieven teilzunehmen.

 

 

Alice Boiardi (Milan 1998) began her musical studies at the age of 4 with the study of piano. At the age of 5 he supported this with choral singing, in the Farnesian Choir of the white voices of Piacenza, with whom she carried out concert activities in important theaters and churches in Italy and Europe and recorded several CDs. In 2008 she was admitted to the Nicolini Conservatory and began her studies in cello with the teacher O. Gattoni. In 2016 she was admitted to the chamber music class of maestro Marco Decimo, also at the Nicolini Conservatory. She received various scholarships from the G. Nicolini Conservatory as a deserving student and was entrusted with the roles of tutor of the cello class of the teacher O. Gattoni, and as a cello teacher at the secondary school related with the conservatory. She has collaborated with various youth and non-youth orchestras, and ensemble performing in many theaters, some of the most important in Italy. Since 2019 she has been a student of M. Stefano Cerrato and M. Luca Magariello. Since 2019 she founded the “Trio Fenice”, together with the pianist Federico Pulina (current student of the Lucerne Conservatory) and the violinist Irene Barbieri (member of the Cherubini Orchestra) and she is a member of the “On the bridge cello ensemble”, an ensemble of eight cellists. Since 2020 she has been an external collaborator with the Conservatory of Piacenza.

In March 2020 she entered the Hochschule of Lucerne, in the class of master C. Poltera, for a master in Classic Performance. She attended masterclasses of cellist practice with G. Sollima, T. Carrol, E. Dell’Oglio, M. Bogdanovic, J.Arp and others. She also attended various masters of chamber music and contemporary music. Since 2018 she has been attending the evening courses in Economy and Business Administration at the “Università Cattolica del Sacro cuore di Milano”.

 

Programm:

 

L. van Beethoven – Sonate für Cello und Klavier Nr. 2 g-Moll Op. 5 No. 2

1. Adagio sostenuto ed espressivo – Allegro molto più tosto presto

2. Rondo: Allegro

Details

Datum:
12 February
Zeit:
8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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Bergsonne
Fyrabigweg 1
Rigi Kaltbad, 6356 Switzerland
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