PRESS RELEASE: The notes of Master Nicola …

The Concert of Nicola Piovani, "Italy in Music Energy", one of Italy's greatest pianists, composers and conductors, was a true royal music of the highest quality offered to the audience present in the Auditorium Hall of the Romanian National Art Museum on June 26 .

It was one of the most exclusive events of this summer's summer season: 440 seats, invitation-only access, welcome cocktail, all sold out many days before the concert date.

Presenter of the event, famous actress Mădălina Ghenea, opened the concert by presenting its main moments. After the introduction, Mădălina Ghenea invited Italian ES Ambassador to Bucharest, Marco Giungi, who welcomed all those present. The event was organized by the Italian Cultural Institute in collaboration with the Embassy of Italy in Bucharest, with the support of Ducati Energia Romania.

In the first part of the concert took place recital of singer Silvia Mezzanotte, former soloist of the Italian band Matia Bazar, winner of the San Remo Festival in 2002, one of the most appreciated voices of the Italian musical panorama.

Silvia Mezzanotte excited the audience with famous songs like Roman Vacanze but also other songs from his new show Aspetta an attimo, 50 minutes of top quality music for which he was rewarded with numerous applause.

At the end of Silvio Mezzanotte's recital, the Leonardo The Immortal Light Award was awarded for the first time in Romania, an international award that aims to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of the Italian genius Leonardo da Vinci, giving recognition "those who with their extraordinary genius followed the great master".

DUCATI ENERGIA Romania has received the Energy Engineering Award, which was awarded by President Ducati Energia, Guidalberto Guidi "pbecause he led, with determination and tenacity, the Group, founded in 1926, to assert itself as one of the world's leading companies in its sector; capable of meeting challenges, promoting research and innovation, always focusing on energy development".

Ducati Energia Romania is one of the main suppliers of Enel Romania, paying special attention to energy efficiency, providing an important technological and productive contribution. In addition, Ducati Energia Romania pays special attention to quality and safety at work, at a time of great crisis due to the lack of labor force in the country, this sensitivity to employee safety being one of the fundamental values ​​of society. In Romania's new industrial wing, thanks to the recent investment of more than 1.5 million euros, smart condensers and counters are available, enabling Romanian families to become aware of and control their consumption behaviors. Ducati Energia Romania plays a very important role for the economy of Prahova region, not only as a turnover but also as employees, providing over 600 jobs.

After the Leonardo The Immortal Light Award for Energy Engineering followed the most anticipated part of the concert.

Master Nicola Piovani entered the stage accompanied by the members of his orchestra. Under the heading "The musical is dangerous", A paraphrasing of the famous Federico Fellini's words, with which the master collaborated, Piovani's concert was a true musical tale, interpreted by the instruments present on the stage – piano, double bass, percussion, saxophone, clarinet, guitar, cello, accordion. The music blended harmoniously with pictures of famous films, for which Master Piovani made the soundtrack: L'Intervista and Ginger and Fred the films directed by Federico Fellini or Speriamo che si femmina and Il Marchese del Grillo, Mario Monicelli's films.

An extraordinary journey in time, dotted with the stories of Nicola Piovani before each song, which touched all the guests, without exception.

At the end of the concert, ES Ambassador to Italy, Marco Giungi, was the one who handed the second prize "Leonardo The Immortal Light 2019" for music, to Master Nicola Piovani: "Because he managed to turn music into poetry, accompanying the audience on a cinematic journey, through his master compositions, successors of the greatest Italian composers."

At the end, Piovani performed the famous Oscar winning song in 1999 for the best soundtrack of La Vita e 'bella.


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