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Quartetto Archi e Organo di Parma



Quartetto Archi e Organo di Parma


W.A. MOZART: Sonate da Chiesa per due violini, violoncello e organo

Organo: Mario Verdicchio

Violini: Črtomir Šiškovič, Satu Jalas

Violoncello: Michele Ballarini


Cinque concerti di beneficenza a favore dei terremotati del Centro Italia che si svolgeranno a Helsinki e dintorni presso le seguenti chiese:

16.9.2017 ore 19.30 Pyhän Henrikin Katedraali, Pyhän Henrikin aukio 1, HelsinkI

17.9.2017 ore 18.00 Tuusulan kirkko, Kirkkotie 34, Tuusula

18.9.2017 ore 19.00 Temppeliaukion kirkko, Lutherinkatu 3 , Helsinki

19.9.2017 ore 18.00 Porvoon tuomiokirkko, Kirkkotori 1, Porvoo

20.9.2017 ore 18.00 Pyhtään kirkko, Harjutie 11, Pyhtää


The performance of all these 14 Church sonatas lasts about one hour15 min. These small pieces of one movement each have originally been composed to be played between the different parts of a church mass. But they also form a fine combination to create a peaceful and luminous atmosphere for all the listeners.

The above mentioned ensemble performs the classical repertoire for stringed instruments and organ and has actually been active around the Church Sonatas by W.A. Mozart . The performers are active mainly in Parma, as teachers at the Conservatorio A. Boito, and in the past in the A. Toscanini Symphony Orchestra in the posts of leader, co-leader and first cello. Individually they have played as soloists and in various important ensembles both national and international in Europe and beyond. They have made numerous recordings and are presently preparing that of the complete above-mentioned Sonatas of Mozart.

Mario Verdicchio

After obtaining his diploma at Parma Conservatorio he studied in Paris with Marie-Claire Alain. He has taken part in important European Festivals and Organ courses. His repertoire includes the complete works by Bach, and he has given numerous monographic concerts based in particular on the composer's great choral works. He has performed the entire works of César Franck and other contemporary authors, such as Maurice Duruflé, whose Opera Omnia he has performed. He has recorded CDs for “Videorai Fonola” with music by Franck, Liszt, Vierne and Dupré, obtaining enthusiastic appreciation from the main music magazines: Amadeus, Suonare etc.

As official organist in the Abbazia di S.Giovanni Evangelista (Abbey of St. John the Evangelist) in Parma, he is the director of the music festival “Ottobre in Monastero” (October in the Monastery), one of the most appreciated musical events of the city.

He is a teacher of organ as a main instrument at the Conservatorio A.Boito of Parma.

Črtomir Šiškovič

After studying in Trieste and in Ljubljana, in Slovenia, he obtained his diploma at the G.Tartini Conservatoire in Trieste, specialising in violin with Igor Ozim, Franco Gulli, Max Rostal and Viktor Pikaizen and in quartet with the Amadeus Quartet and The Borodin Quartet.

He has played as a soloist with important European orchestras and in prestigious chamber music groups of international renown with world class musicians.

He also collaborates as leader with numerous orchestras in Italy and abroad.

He has played in Europe, the US, Japan, China and Mongolia in the most famous concert halls.

He has made important radio and television recordings of his performances, as well as numerous recordings with various recording studios, notably the complete sonatas for solo violin by G.Tartini.

Satu Jalas

She started studying the violin in Helsinki, Finland. After the diploma at the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia of Rome, she moved to Belgium, where she studied with Arthur Grumiaux in Master Classes and regular individual lessons.for several years with a special attention on the compositions of Mozart.

She has played in numerous European countries and in the USA, in different chamber music ensembles, especially in duo with piano, and both as a soloist and as a member of numerous international orchestras with world famous directors and soloists, with several recordings.

From 1976 to 2007 she has been violin teacher at the Conservatorio A.Boito of Parma. She has been for over 20 years the vice president of the ESTA-Italia branche of the European String Teachers' Association (ESTA).

She has presented numerous lecture - concerts about Jean Sibelius in Helsinki, Rome, London, Prague, Copenhagen, and other cities of Europe and USA, and has recorded for the Ainola Foundation of Finland a collection of various compositions by Sibelius for violin and piano.

Michele Ballarini

He studied at the Conservatorio A.Boito of Parma, obtaining his diploma under Mario Centurione. He is now a teacher of cello at the Conservatorio di Parma.

He is a founder member of the Trio Brahms, and with this ensemble won the “J. Brahms” International competition in Hamburg and the Lyons prize in Florence. He has given over three hundred concerts with the Trio, at some of the most prestigious concert halls in Italy and abroad.

He has periodically played as first cellist in the Orchestra Sinfonica dell’Emilia-Romagna”A.Toscanini”, and has collaborated with the Orchestra Filarmonica della Scala; he is a member of the Orchestra da Camera di Mantova, with whom he has also performed as a soloist. He has recorded for Rai (the Italian radio), the Swiss Rtsi, the German Sdr and the Austrian Orf; he has also made numerous records.


Data: Da Sab 16 Set 2017 a Mer 20 Set 2017

Organizzato da : Quartetto Archi ed Organo di Parma

In collaborazione con : Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Finlandia

Ingresso : Libero


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