The great violinist Salvatore Accardo plays with the Orchestra da Camera Italiana in a recital recorded on 13 May 2012 in Alba, at the Ferrero Foundation. Together with the young teachers of the Orchestra (founded in 1996), Accardo has succeeded in building a ‘musical instrument’ over the years, as they share a precise stylistic approach. In the words of Salvatore Accardo, the composition of the OCI allows for ‘a unity of musical vision that few, if any, other ensembles can boast (…) to have an orchestra in which one can reflect oneself is a real luxury’. The programme for the concert at the Ferrero Foundation includes Fritz Kreisler’s Five Pieces (with orchestration by Francesco Fiore), Astor Piazzolla’s Milonga del Angel and Verano Porteño and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Serenata in C major, Op. 48.


director: Salvatore Accardo
orchestra: L'Orchestra da Camera Italiana
place: Auditorium della Fondazione "Piera, Pietro e Giovanni Ferrero"
date of production: 2012
registration date: 2012
place of registration: Alba (CN)

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