mercoledì 30 marzo 2011


"Ramin Bahrami disassembles the music of Bach and then reassembles in ways that are affected by model, Glenn Gould. I taught him to be strong and passionate, yet calm and patient… but I was not able to completely tame him; as time goes on he will learn from personal experiences". 
- Piero Rattalino
The Iranian pianist, heir of Gould, will regenerate the Goldberg Variations BWV988 of J.S. Bach

This great musical event is scheduled to be held in Florence in the context of the 8TH edition of the "Week of Sacred Music from the World". Ramin Bahrami is a young Iranian pianist and is considered to be one of the most important musical breakthroughs this decade. He has also been defined by the critics as the 'heir of Glen Gould' due to his ability to break down ensembles and restore them for all ears to enjoy. He will perform Sunday, April 17 to 21 at the Church of Santo Stefano al Ponte; he will be proposing the Goldberg Variations by J.S. Bach. The hours 18.30 Bahrami meets the public (free entrance) and will be represented at the Church of S. Stefano (Via Por Santa Maria, Florence).

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