The Festival Italia Corea

2017-10-16T10:21:41+00:00

The Festival “Italia Corea unite dalla musica” was born in 2011.

For one week Korean and Italian musicians perform in places of historical and architectural relevance in Florence.

Singers, youth orchestra, choir and groups of Korean traditional music come to our school to study and master the repertoire of Italian traditional music.

Masterclass and concerts alternate giving life to days entirely dedicated to music with the idea to create an imaginary line, a musical bridge between Italy and Korea.

Many Italian teachers and performers guests of Il Trillo, they drive the Korean musicians for the concerts that every night are held at the end of the masterclass.

 

Maestros of the masterclasses

Leonardo de Lisi, Leone Magiera, Nicoletta Maggino classical singing, Anna Toccafondi score reading, Luigi Nazareno Todarello scenic art, Gianluigi Zampieri conducting, Fiorella Cappelli, Pietro Rossi choir conducting, Laura Bartoli children choir conducting, Matteo Dentellato, Maria Clara Medina music education piano, Renato Cantini music therapy and jazz trumpet,  Michele Marasco flute, Carmelo Mobilia clarinet, Emanuele Bellomo classical trumpet, Simone Butini, Roberto Noferini violin, Camilla Insom viola, Jean Marie Quint cello, Ilaria Ceccherini modern singing, Ricardo Da Silva drums and percussions, Manrico Seghi jazz piano.

Guests of the festival for the edition 2016

Italian and Florentine choir and orchestras such as: Coro Il Melograno, Fuori dal Coro, Coro Città di Firenze, Hortus Concentus, Coro Novincanto di Novi Ligure, Il Trillo Chamber Orchestra, etc. Korean guests: Pavel Flute Ensemble, Seoul Eduart Chamber orchetrsa, Kyeong Nam Youth Philarmonic Orchestra, Korean traditional music groups as ChuGye University for the Arts of Seoul, Kyeongji Culure and Art organization.

 

The artistic direction is by Matteo Dentellato, Maria Clara Medina, directors of the School of Music Il Trillo and Cigon Kim tenor, director of the school of Gwangju Cantorum and professor emeritus of opera singing of Il Trillo.

 

 

 

 

The Festival Italia Corea 2017-10-16T10:21:41+00:00

Bass and Double Bass

2017-10-05T10:57:54+00:00

Carlo Bonamico
Born in Florence (Italy) on October 1, 1972, he approached music very young by studying classical guitar and piano, and at the age of 14 he started to play electric bass.

At the beginning, he studied with pop-rock musicians, then with jazz musicians, like Ares Tavolazzi.
In the meantime, he studied jazz arrangement and started to take interest into composition.

Very soon he became member of many rock/blues bands and collaborated with some artists of the national and international scene (as James Thompson, Gordon “sax” Beadle, Leonardo Boni). He also took part in the Ballroom Dance Band, a big band directed by Dario Cecchini (current leader of the Funk Off band),  with whom he recorded the homonymous CD in 1998.

Since 1996 he has been collaborating in the pop-rock area, both for live playing and recording sessions (for example with Marco Parente, Medilatina and La Camera Migliore, a band produced by the famous artist Carmen Consoli). Meanwhile, he has got experience in many jazz combos, from trio to big band, and so he has had the opportunity to play with many jazz musicians of the Florentine territory (Alessandro Galati, Mirko Guerrini, Walter Paoli, Dario Cecchini, Piero Borri, Stefano Scalzi, Fabrizio Morganti, Claudio Giovagnoli, Riccardo Onori, Fabrizio Mocata, Luca Gelli…). From 1998 to 2004 he was member of the Soul & Energy trio (with Sergio Montaleni and Davide Lenti  “Malito” ), a funk-rock band which played on many Italian stages and abroad. In 1999 he approached Latin music and collaborated with the Cuban violinist Ruben Chaviano, the guitar player Mino Cavallo and the percussionist Valerio Perla, in a band called  Bye-Ya. Since 2002 he has been leading Musicheria, a project exploring frontiers between world-music and jazz, of which he  is composer and arranger
https://www.facebook.com/MusicheriaCarloBonamico
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSRXiVi0EPdl4_MXBKEZcyQ

As a free lance, he collaborated with several jazz artists of the national and international scene  (Fabio Morgera, Andy Gravish, Perico Sambeat, Daniele Gorgone, Ruben Chaviano, Franco Santarnecchi, Simone Graziano, Stefano Tamborrino, Claudio Giovagnoli, Duccio Bertini, Dario Cecchini, Alessandro Lanzoni and many others). He is the founder of MUSICADABRA–collettivo musicisti compositori, an association of musicians and composers which promotes original jazz projects (http://www.musicadabra.it). In 2010 he achieved the second level-diploma in Jazz Arrangement and Composition at the “Luigi Cherubini” Conservatory of Florence. Since 1997 he has been teaching music in various institutes and schools.

Born in Florence (Italy) on October 1, 1972, he approached music very young by studying classical guitar and piano, and at the age of 14 he started to play electric bass.
At the beginning, he studied with pop-rock musicians, then with jazz musicians, like Ares Tavolazzi.
In the meantime, he studied jazz arrangement and started to take interest into composition.
Very soon he became member of many rock/blues bands and collaborated with some artists of the national and international scene (as James Thompson, Gordon “sax” Beadle, Leonardo Boni). He also took part in the Ballroom Dance Band, a big band directed by Dario Cecchini (current leader of the Funk Off band),  with whom he recorded the homonymous CD in 1998.
Since 1996 he has been collaborating in the pop-rock area, both for live playing and recording sessions (for example with Marco Parente, Medilatina and La Camera Migliore, a band produced by the famous artist Carmen Consoli). Meanwhile, he has got experience in many jazz combos, from trio to big band, and so he has had the opportunity to play with many jazz musicians of the Florentine territory (Alessandro Galati, Mirko Guerrini, Walter Paoli, Dario Cecchini, Piero Borri, Stefano Scalzi, Fabrizio Morganti, Claudio Giovagnoli, Riccardo Onori, Fabrizio Mocata, Luca Gelli…). From 1998 to 2004 he was member of the Soul & Energy trio (with Sergio Montaleni and Davide Lenti  “Malito” ), a funk-rock band which played on many Italian stages and abroad. In 1999 he approached Latin music and collaborated with the Cuban violinist Ruben Chaviano, the guitar player Mino Cavallo and the percussionist Valerio Perla, in a band called  Bye-Ya. Since 2002 he has been leading Musicheria, a project exploring frontiers between world-music and jazz, of which he  is composer and arranger
(https://www.facebook.com/MusicheriaCarloBonamico;  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSRXiVi0EPdl4_MXBKEZcyQ).
As a free lance, he collaborated with several jazz artists of the national and international scene  (Fabio Morgera, Andy Gravish, Perico Sambeat, Daniele Gorgone, Ruben Chaviano, Franco Santarnecchi, Simone Graziano, Stefano Tamborrino, Claudio Giovagnoli, Duccio Bertini, Dario Cecchini, Alessandro Lanzoni and many others). He is the founder of MUSICADABRA–collettivo musicisti compositori, an association of musicians and composers which promotes original jazz projects (http://www.musicadabra.it). In 2010 he achieved the second level-diploma in Jazz Arrangement and Composition at the “Luigi Cherubini” Conservatory of Florence. Since 1997 he has been teaching music in various institutes and schools.

Bass and Double Bass 2017-10-05T10:57:54+00:00

Italia e Corea Unite dalla Musica

2017-10-12T13:11:29+00:00

The Festival “Italia Corea unite dalla musica” was born in 2011.

For one week Korean and Italian musicians perform in places of historical and architectural relevance of Florence.

Singers, youth orchestra, choir and groups of Korean traditional music come to our school to study and master the repertoire of Italian traditional music.

Masterclass and concerts alternate giving life to days entirely dedicated to music with the idea to create an imaginary line, a musical bridge between Italy and Korea.

Many Italian teachers and performers guests of Il Trillo, they drive the Korean musicians for the concerts that every night are held at the end of the masterclass.

 

Maestros of the masterclasses

Leonardo de Lisi, Leone Magiera, Nicoletta Maggino classical singing, Anna Toccafondi score reading, Luigi Nazareno Todarello scenic art, Gianluigi Zampieri conducting, Fiorella Cappelli, Pietro Rossi choir conducting, Laura Bartoli children choir conducting, Matteo Dentellato, Maria Clara Medina music education piano, Renato Cantini music therapy and jazz trumpet,  Michele Marasco flute, Carmelo Mobilia clarinet, Emanuele Bellomo classical trumpet, Simone Butini, Roberto Noferini violin, Camilla Insom viola, Jean Marie Quint cello, Ilaria Ceccherini modern singing, Ricardo Da Silva drums and percussions, Manrico Seghi jazz piano.

Guests of the festival for the edition 2016

Italian and Florentine choir and orchestras such as: Coro Il Melograno, Fuori dal Coro, Coro Città di Firenze, Hortus Concentus, Coro Novincanto di Novi Ligure, Il Trillo Chamber Orchestra, etc. Korean guests: Pavel Flute Ensemble, Seoul Eduart Chamber orchetrsa, Kyeong Nam Youth Philarmonic Orchestra, Korean traditional music groups as ChuGye University for the Arts of Seoul, Kyeongji Culure and Art organization.

 

The artistic direction is by Matteo Dentellato, Maria Clara Medina, directors of the School of Music Il Trillo and Cigon Kim tenor, director of the school of Gwangju Cantorum and professor emeritus of opera singing of Il Trillo.

Italia e Corea Unite dalla Musica 2017-10-12T13:11:29+00:00