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Sabato 25 ottobre, nelle sale Apollinee del Teatro La Fenice è stato premiato Salvatore Sciarrino nell’ambito dell’evento «Una vita nella musica» 2014, fondato da Bruno Tosi e giunto quest’anno alla sua ventisettesima edizione. Organizzato dalla Fondazione Teatro La Fenice, il prestigioso riconoscimento veneziano vanta la collaborazione del Consorzio Promovetro Murano, gestore del Marchio Vetro Artistico® Murano, che ha donato a Salvatore Sciarrino un piatto di colore rosso con decorazione in foglia d’oro in vetro artistico di Murano. Inoltre, sono stati premiati con dei riconoscimenti in vetro anche il clarinettista Michele Marelli (che insieme alla flautista Federica Lotti si è esibita in un breve programma concertistico con musiche di Sciarrino e Stockhausen), il compositore Federico Gardella e il musicologo Emanuele d’Angelo.

La collaborazione tra il Consorzio e il Teatro veneziano rientra in una rosa di iniziative che le due istituzioni portano avanti in piena collaborazione con l’obietivo di elevare l’immagine della citta nel mondo e far conoscere le sue eccellenze, come l’opera lirica e il Vetro Artistico.

“In qualita di gestore del marchio Vetro Artistico® Murano siamo partner del teatro e La Fenice e delle sue più prestigiose manifestazioni – commenta il presidente Luciano Gambaro – il Consorzio vuole essere al fianco di chi produce eccellenza in questa città, di chi ha storia da raccontare e futuro ancora davanti da percorrere. Venezia ha ancora molto da dire”.

On Saturday, 25th October, at the sale Apollinee of Teatro La Fenice, Salvatore Sciarrino was  awarded with  UNA VITA NELLA MUSICA Prize, founded by Bruno Tosi and arrived at its 27th edition. The award is organized by Fondazione Teatro La Fenice, and can count on the prestigious collaboration of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, the managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark. Promovetro donated to Salvatore Sciarrino a plate in red glass, decorated with gold leaf. In addition also the clarinettist Michele Marelli (who performed together with flutist Federica Lotti a short concert programme with music by Sciarrino and Stockhausen), the composer Federico Gardella and the musicologist Emanuele D’Angelo, were awarded during the ceremony.

 

This event which see the collaboration between Consorzio Promovetro and the Venetian Theater belongs to a series of initiatives between the two institutions, for elevating the image of the city in the world, and to make known its excellences, such as Opera and artistic Murano Glass.

 

” As managing authority of the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark we are partners of Teatro La Fenice during its most prestigious events – says the President Luciano Gambaro – Promovetro wants to be by the side of those who produce excellence in this city, who have a story to tell and a future to fulfil. Venice still has a lot to say.

On Saturday, 25th October, at the sale Apollinee of Teatro La Fenice, Salvatore Sciarrino was  awarded with  UNA VITA NELLA MUSICA Prize, founded by Bruno Tosi and arrived at its 27th edition. The award is organized by Fondazione Teatro La Fenice, and can count on the prestigious collaboration of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, the managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark. Promovetro donated to Salvatore Sciarrino a plate in red glass, decorated with gold leaf. In addition also the clarinettist Michele Marelli (who performed together with flutist Federica Lotti a short concert programme with music by Sciarrino and Stockhausen), the composer Federico Gardella and the musicologist Emanuele D’Angelo, were awarded during the ceremony.

 

This event which see the collaboration between Consorzio Promovetro and the Venetian Theater belongs to a series of initiatives between the two institutions, for elevating the image of the city in the world, and to make known its excellences, such as Opera and artistic Murano Glass.

 

” As managing authority of the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark we are partners of Teatro La Fenice during its most prestigious events – says the President Luciano Gambaro – Promovetro wants to be by the side of those who produce excellence in this city, who have a story to tell and a future to fulfil. Venice still has a lot to say.

On Saturday, 25th October, at the sale Apollinee of Teatro La Fenice, Salvatore Sciarrino was  awarded with  UNA VITA NELLA MUSICA Prize, founded by Bruno Tosi and arrived at its 27th edition. The award is organized by Fondazione Teatro La Fenice, and can count on the prestigious collaboration of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, the managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark. Promovetro donated to Salvatore Sciarrino a plate in red glass, decorated with gold leaf. In addition also the clarinettist Michele Marelli (who performed together with flutist Federica Lotti a short concert programme with music by Sciarrino and Stockhausen), the composer Federico Gardella and the musicologist Emanuele D’Angelo, were awarded during the ceremony.

 

This event which see the collaboration between Consorzio Promovetro and the Venetian Theater belongs to a series of initiatives between the two institutions, for elevating the image of the city in the world, and to make known its excellences, such as Opera and artistic Murano Glass.

 

” As managing authority of the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark we are partners of Teatro La Fenice during its most prestigious events – says the President Luciano Gambaro – Promovetro wants to be by the side of those who produce excellence in this city, who have a story to tell and a future to fulfil. Venice still has a lot to say.

On Saturday, 25th October, at the sale Apollinee of Teatro La Fenice, Salvatore Sciarrino was  awarded with  UNA VITA NELLA MUSICA Prize, founded by Bruno Tosi and arrived at its 27th edition. The award is organized by Fondazione Teatro La Fenice, and can count on the prestigious collaboration of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, the managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark. Promovetro donated to Salvatore Sciarrino a plate in red glass, decorated with gold leaf. In addition also the clarinettist Michele Marelli (who performed together with flutist Federica Lotti a short concert programme with music by Sciarrino and Stockhausen), the composer Federico Gardella and the musicologist Emanuele D’Angelo, were awarded during the ceremony.

 

This event which see the collaboration between Consorzio Promovetro and the Venetian Theater belongs to a series of initiatives between the two institutions, for elevating the image of the city in the world, and to make known its excellences, such as Opera and artistic Murano Glass.

 

” As managing authority of the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark we are partners of Teatro La Fenice during its most prestigious events – says the President Luciano Gambaro – Promovetro wants to be by the side of those who produce excellence in this city, who have a story to tell and a future to fulfil. Venice still has a lot to say.

 

On Saturday, 25th October, at the sale Apollinee of Teatro La Fenice, Salvatore Sciarrino was  awarded with  UNA VITA NELLA MUSICA Prize, founded by Bruno Tosi and arrived at its 27th edition. The award is organized by Fondazione Teatro La Fenice, and can count on the prestigious collaboration of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, the managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark. Promovetro donated to Salvatore Sciarrino a plate in red glass, decorated with gold leaf. In addition also the clarinettist Michele Marelli (who performed together with flutist Federica Lotti a short concert programme with music by Sciarrino and Stockhausen), the composer Federico Gardella and the musicologist Emanuele D’Angelo, were awarded during the ceremony.

 

This event which see the collaboration between Consorzio Promovetro and the Venetian Theater belongs to a series of initiatives between the two institutions, for elevating the image of the city in the world, and to make known its excellences, such as Opera and artistic Murano Glass.

 

” As managing authority of the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark we are partners of Teatro La Fenice during its most prestigious events – says the President Luciano Gambaro – Promovetro wants to be by the side of those who produce excellence in this city, who have a story to tell and a future to fulfil. Venice still has a lot to say.

 

On Saturday, 25th October, at the sale Apollinee of Teatro La Fenice, Salvatore Sciarrino was  awarded with  UNA VITA NELLA MUSICA Prize, founded by Bruno Tosi and arrived at its 27th edition. The award is organized by Fondazione Teatro La Fenice, and can count on the prestigious collaboration of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, the managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark. Promovetro donated to Salvatore Sciarrino a plate in red glass, decorated with gold leaf. In addition also the clarinettist Michele Marelli (who performed together with flutist Federica Lotti a short concert programme with music by Sciarrino and Stockhausen), the composer Federico Gardella and the musicologist Emanuele D’Angelo, were awarded during the ceremony.

 

This event which see the collaboration between Consorzio Promovetro and the Venetian Theater belongs to a series of initiatives between the two institutions, for elevating the image of the city in the world, and to make known its excellences, such as Opera and artistic Murano Glass.

 

” As managing authority of the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark we are partners of Teatro La Fenice during its most prestigious events – says the President Luciano Gambaro – Promovetro wants to be by the side of those who produce excellence in this city, who have a story to tell and a future to fulfil. Venice still has a lot to say.

 

On Saturday, 25th October, at the sale Apollinee of Teatro La Fenice, Salvatore Sciarrino was  awarded with  UNA VITA NELLA MUSICA Prize, founded by Bruno Tosi and arrived at its 27th edition. The award is organized by Fondazione Teatro La Fenice, and can count on the prestigious collaboration of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, the managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark. Promovetro donated to Salvatore Sciarrino a plate in red glass, decorated with gold leaf. In addition also the clarinettist Michele Marelli (who performed together with flutist Federica Lotti a short concert programme with music by Sciarrino and Stockhausen), the composer Federico Gardella and the musicologist Emanuele D’Angelo, were awarded during the ceremony.

 

This event which see the collaboration between Consorzio Promovetro and the Venetian Theater belongs to a series of initiatives between the two institutions, for elevating the image of the city in the world, and to make known its excellences, such as Opera and artistic Murano Glass.

 

” As managing authority of the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark we are partners of Teatro La Fenice during its most prestigious events – says the President Luciano Gambaro – Promovetro wants to be by the side of those who produce excellence in this city, who have a story to tell and a future to fulfil. Venice still has a lot to say.

 

On Saturday, 25th October, at the sale Apollinee of Teatro La Fenice, Salvatore Sciarrino was  awarded with  UNA VITA NELLA MUSICA Prize, founded by Bruno Tosi and arrived at its 27th edition. The award is organized by Fondazione Teatro La Fenice, and can count on the prestigious collaboration of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, the managing authority for the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark. Promovetro donated to Salvatore Sciarrino a plate in red glass, decorated with gold leaf. In addition also the clarinettist Michele Marelli (who performed together with flutist Federica Lotti a short concert programme with music by Sciarrino and Stockhausen), the composer Federico Gardella and the musicologist Emanuele D’Angelo, were awarded during the ceremony.

 

This event which see the collaboration between Consorzio Promovetro and the Venetian Theater belongs to a series of initiatives between the two institutions, for elevating the image of the city in the world, and to make known its excellences, such as Opera and artistic Murano Glass.

 

” As managing authority of the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark we are partners of Teatro La Fenice during its most prestigious events – says the President Luciano Gambaro – Promovetro wants to be by the side of those who produce excellence in this city, who have a story to tell and a future to fulfil. Venice still has a lot to say.