Harmonies Unveiled: Trieste’s 29th Chamber Music Season, Cromatismi 3.0

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by Valentina Salcedo

Trieste’s prestigious Chamber Music Season, the 29th edition curated by artistic director Fedra Florit, promises a captivating journey with “Cromatismi 3.0.” Set at the Teatro Miela from January 17 to December 15, 2024, this season boasts fifteen grand concerts featuring top-tier artists and ensembles from the global chamber music circuit.

The Alban Berg Ensemble Wien kickstarts the series, blending the legacy of the Vienna school with contemporary flair. The program spans from orchestras like the Orchestra d’Archi I Solisti di Zagabria to ensembles championing contemporary chamber music.

Among the featured artists are Luigi Piovano & Friends, Trio Debussy, Quartetto Noûs, Archos Quartet, and the “all-stars” Quartet Sixe. Renowned soloists include Gile Bae, Volodymyr Lavrynenko, and the Biondi-Brunialti piano duo.

The lineup also includes the prestigious international competition “Premio Trio di Trieste” from September 7 to 11. Led by violist Bruno Giuranna, this event attracts top chamber music talents globally.

Notable events include themed concerts such as “Notes of Noteworthy Women” celebrating female composers and a focus on piano quintets featuring Alberto Chines and the Noûs String Quartet.

The season concludes with the Chaos String Quartet’s Christmas Concert on December 15, 2024, at the Hotel Savoia.

Various subscription packages are available for the 2024 season. Information for members and pre-sales for subscriptions can be found at ACM headquarters and TicketPoint Trieste.

Supported by the Ministry of Culture, the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Banca Mediolanum, Suono Vivo – Padova, and Zoogami, this season promises a diverse and rich musical experience.

The Teatro Miela echoes with the grandeur of chamber music, offering audiences a chance to immerse themselves in the beauty of Vienna’s musical tradition while embracing the innovation and creativity of contemporary chamber compositions. With a lineup that spans internationally acclaimed ensembles to rising stars, the 29th Chamber Music Season in Trieste is set to be a musical journey like no other.

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Born in Sogamoso, Colombia Valentina is a journalist with multiple articles in “Conexión Externado” and winner of the José Recassens recognition for the best chronicle the last edition. She is currently living in Trieste, inspired by the charm of the city. A Senior year Communication and Journalism student at the University Externado of Colombia. Storyteller by heart and a future author. Valentina is a full-time intern at InTrieste.


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