Leila und Sara cellist from Rome into a family of cellists

I see the cello as the performer’s human voice, and that’s how the idea of ​​recording instrumental versions of works for voice came about. In Giovanni Sollima’s exuberant version for cello and orchestra of ‘Una voce poco fa’ from The Barber of Seville, I love the irony Rossini expresses in the role of Rosina. The cello is then engulfed in the heartbreaking melancholy of the Persian sensual melody passed down to me by word of mouth from my Iranian grandfather and orchestrated by Enrico Melozzi”.

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July 17, 2022 | 7:00 pm