Second symphonic concert of the lyrical season of the Ente Concerti Marialisa De Carolis at the new Teatro Comunale in Sassari. The virtuosity of Tony Chessa, who, since 2003 has been first flautist with the Ente Concerti’s orchestra, truly captivated the audience. Equally convincing was Gioele Muglialdo on the podium of the Sassari orchestra. The first part of the programme featured W. A. Mozart’s Flute Concerto No. 2 K 314 […]. Tony Chessa, a young performer who made a display of great instrumental mastery, effectively recreated the Mozartian atmosphere of this work, which is not very experimental and close to the court style. […] And then the Sassari audience was treated to Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony No. 1 Op. 25, this composer’s most performed work, which he finished writing in the summer of 1917, at the height of the Russian Revolution. The irony that pervades it was magnificently rendered by Muglialdo’s conducting […].
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