Classical accordeon rising star Samuele Telari will be playing live on Monday 6 January at the Teatro Caio Melisso “Spazio Carla Fendi” at 17.00.
Telari’s concert is a precious occasion to appreciate the young talent, whose career debuted with “LIMES”, very favourably praised by critics. The concert is free. Please reserve by calling 0743.218620.
Telari will play Modest Musorgskij’s “Pictures At An Exhibition”, the Andante con moto dal quartetto n.14 D810 “Death And The Maiden” by Franz Schubert, the Holberg Suite (Preludium, Gavotte, Rigaudon) by Edvard Grieg and Revis Fairy Tale by Alfred Schnittke.
Born in 1992 in Spoleto, he graduates with honour at the “Santa Cecilia” Conservatory in Rome. Telari would go on to win a numbewr of awards, including “Premio Città di Castelfidardo” in 2013, the 26th “Arrasate-Hiria” International Accordion Competition in 2018; the Premio Valentino Bucchi, the Premio Abbado 2015, the Premio Luigi Nono 2017, the Premio Zinetti and many others. In 2017 he published his first solo CD (VDM Records) LIMES, reviewed on Il Sole24ore, la Repubblica, Giornale della Musica, Avvenire, Suonare News, and broadcast by Rai Radio 3 and Radio Classica. He toured England, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Denmark, Belgium and Germany. He presently teaches accordeon at the Conservatorio “B. Maderna” in Cesena and at the Conservatorio “C. Gesualdo da Venosa” in Potenza. Telari plays Mengascini accordeons.
“Telari’s virtuoso bayan is balanced across many borders, […] belongs to that generation of surprising young Italian artists who exceed the nature of their instrument through their own overwhelming musicality” (Il Sole 24 Ore), “Forget surprise and perplexity and let yourself go to the music. Telari is exceptional, his counterpoint very limpid. By joining past and present music, he reveals a continuity and a border” (“Robinson” in La Repubblica), while Suonare News wrote: “A top-notch programme, first an foremost […]. Young Telari performs very well among arcane folk dyes; jerks of hysterical joy while skidding into sullen humour”. In the CD booklet, Sandro Cappelletto writes “absolute musician, silent and thoughtful artist, elegant in his ways, often concentrated in an intangible listening exercise”.