Date: from 13.05.2015 to
Place: "Bulgaria" Concert Hall
THE MUSIC OF AMERICA
13 May 2015, Wednesday, Bulgaria Concert Hall, 19:30
PIANO & JAZZ
Brubeck: Blue Rondo a la Turk
Old American Favorite Standards (Arr. Bill Holcombe)
Strike up the band
Begin the Beguin
In the mood
Rock this town
Sing Sing Sing
Piazzola: Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas (4 Seasons of Buenos Aires)
CLASSIC FM RADIO ORCHESTRA
Soloist; MARIO PARMISANO, piano
Conductor: FRANCISCO NOYA
Mario Parmisano have been in the International Jazz scene with Al Di Meola since 1993 and participated as Pianist, arranger and Associate Producer in many Recordings next to Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Steve Gadd, John Patitucci, Peter Erskine, Anthony Jackson, Pino Palladino, Manú Katché, the Toronto Symphony, The Moscow Symphony Orchestra, etc. as well as more than 2.000 Concerts around the world until 2007. Since then, Mario have been performing his “Tribute to Piazzolla” for the past few years in the United States, Russia, Turkey, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, etc, next to International Artist like Yellow Jackets, Michel Camilo, Abraham Laboriel and Paco de Lucia, The Chamber Orchestra Kremlin, etc. with an outstanding success, and lately a memorable Concert with the Symphony Orchestra of the Institute Superior of Art, conducted by Mtro. Francisco Noya, prestigious Director of the “Berklee College of Music”, at the TEATRO COLÓN of Buenos Aires, one of the most prestigious Opera House in the World. The CD “Michelangelo” is Nominate for the CARLOS GARDEL AWARDS 2012.
In 2014, once again, Mario join Al Di Meola´s Group for another European Tour.Mario release his 5th CD FOREVER ASTOR with all compositions by Astor Piazzolla, It was recorded with his Argentinean Trio (Lucas Canel on Drums and Damián Vernis on Bass) and some of the most incredible Jazz Musicians from U.S.A. like: Abraham Laboriel, Paul Wertico, Bob Franceschini and Mike Pope.
Francisco Noya is a prominent figure in the Boston and New England music scene where he has earned a reputation as a versatile interpreter of symphonic and operatic literature. He served as Music Director of the Longwood Symphony Orchestra in Boston and Symphony By The Sea in Manchester. Currently, he serves as Resident Conductor of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and is also a distinguished member of the Conducting Faculty of the Berklee College of Music in Boston. In the fall of 2008 he began his tenure as Music Director of the Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra, where he is actively engaged in the exploration of cutting-edge orchestral repertoire.In the U.S., Mr. Noya has appeared as guest conductor of The Baltimore, Nashville, San Antonio and Omaha Symphony Orchestras, among others. In addition, he has performed internationally with orchestras in Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Austria, Czech Republic, Spain, Italy and Russia.