Revisiting a selection of emblematic pieces from the classical repertoire, using home-made arrangements, with magic as the common thread! This is the new challenge that the Tromano have set themselves.
And the trio's new opus is a celebration! First of all, it's a musical party, with prestigious guests (Beethoven, Ravel, Mahler, Sibelius or Tchaikovsky) coming in simple Tromano costumes (a 3-piece violin, accordion, double bass). For more mystery, the party will be masked (Masks and Bergamasks). You will come across characters as surprising as they are delightful, such as Maelzel, inventor of the metronome, but also old cinematographic acquaintances (Cinema Paradiso, the Sorcerer's Apprentice by Dukas... and Walt Disney). On the dance floor, the famous Nutcracker, and the not-so-heavy-eyed Frère Jacques. The Tromano have more than one trick up their sleeve, and to make the party complete, they have concocted some real magic tricks for us, as sorcerers' apprentices. A magical, poetic concert, full of humour and fantasy.
FAURÉ Masques et Bergamasques, ouverture
DELIBES Pizzicato (Sylvia)
DUKAS The Sorcerer's Apprentice
RAVEL Pavane pour une infante défunte
TCHAIKOWSKI March of the Soldiers (The Nutcracker)
TROMAN Por arte de Birlibirloque
PROKOFIEV Precipitato (excerpt from the 7th piano sonata)
MAHLER Mit Parodie (excerpt from the 1st symphony)
BEETHOVEN Maelzel’s Favorite (excerpt from the 8th symphony)
SIBELIUS Finale, Allegro molto (excerpt from the 5th symphony)
MORRICONE Love theme (Cinema Paradiso)
The 7th piece of the new Tromano's programme, 'Sorcerer's apprentices', Precipitato is the finale of Sergei Prokofiev's 7th sonata.
A diabolical score, which put the great Sviatoslav Richter, the creator of the work, into a 'trance'.