Updated: Jul 22, 2021
Concerts held by the Apulian Youth Symphony Orchestra (14 musicians)
Teresa Satalino's Apulian Youth Symphony Orchestra is the largest and most exciting youth orchestra in Southern Italy. It represents our best youth. Represents vitality, harmony, and beauty.
Due to Covid, it is not possible to gather the whole orchestra, which is over eighty elements, in the same place. However, the Valle del Mercure Lao hosts at the end of July a section of the Apulian Youth Symphony Orchestra, with 14 very young musicians.
24 / 25 / 26 / 27 July 2021
in Castelluccio Inferiore first and then Papasidero
TRAVEL IN THE WIND
The show features some young musicians from the Apulia Youth Symphony Orchestra (AYSO). that make up the Ayso Wind Ensemble.
The repertoire, in an evocative and overwhelming musical journey for wind instruments only, includes pieces by composers who lived between the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century.
The atmospheres recalled are those of France in the late nineteenth century with the Divertissement (1894) by Emile Bernard, the emotional and engaging impulses of the symphony of Luisa Miller (1849) by Giuseppe Verdi and the evocative nature of the interlude by Manon Lescaut (1889-1892 ) Giacomo Puccini.
The repertoire will be completed by the Sinfonietta by the German Joseph Joachim Raff who coined this term to indicate an orchestral work similar to a symphony, but shorter in content, with a lightness of touch in the score ideal for a small group of wind instruments.
If you want to understand what it is, take a look on this: