1. Scherzo SC34 e Trio SC52 per orchestra
(critical edition and Trio orchestration by Virgilio Bernardoni)**
world premiere recording
2. Suor Angelica Intermezzo*
3. Capriccio sinfonico SC55
(critical edition by Marcello Panni)*
4. Manon Lescaut Intermezzo*
5. Madama Butterfly Intermezzo*
6. Edgar Intermezzo*
7. Preludio sinfonico in La SC32
(critical edition by Michele Girardi)**
9. Le Villi - L’abbandono, La tregenda*
* Editore: Casa Ricordi, Milano
** Giacomo Puccini, Orchestral Compositions, Stuttgard, Carus Verlag
2015 (Edizione Nazionale delle Opere di Giacomo Puccini)
Live Recording: 7 December 2018 at Teatro del Giglio, Lucca
Producer & Sound Engineer: Raffaele Cacciola, Luca Contini
Editing & Mastering: Bartokstudio, Bernareggio (MB)
Released by Warner Music Italy
Beatrice's debut album is OUT!
Published in April 2019
ALLEGRO CON FUOCO
Falling in Love with Classical Music
A CLEVER AND UNEXPECTED BOOK: BECAUSE IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO FALL IN LOVE WITH CLASSICAL MUSIC.
ONE OF THE YOUNGEST ORCHESTRA DIRECTORS IN EUROPE LISTED BY FORBES AMONG THE MOST INFLUENTIAL "UNDER 30".
Beatrice Venezi, not even 30 years old, did not let commonplace take over her: everyone can still fall in love with classical music, just like her. After all, we just need to follow the right guide. The melody will become a way to discover the world, the rhythm an attempt to listen to ourselves and harmony an evidence of social life. If we take a closer look, the plots of the opera seem to be reproducing the present times: Carmen becomes a symbol to fight violence against women, the Bohème a Parisian transposition of famous TV series, such as Friends or How I Met Your Mother. Among scores and crotchets, biographies of composers and conductors, Beatrice Venezi shows us how classical music, once set free from stereotypes, becomes a global right, a beauty belonging to everyone.