Radio Dante VIAGGI – 2. Viaggio nella musica di Gianmario Strappati (Ita&Eng)

Questo episodio, in italiano e inglese, e` dedicato al giovanissimo tubista Gianmario Strappati, concertista marchigiano, vincitore del Premio Nino Rota,   a cui  va il merito di aver esaltato la tuba come strumento solista in molti palcoscenici, tra i piu` importanti al mondo.
In studio con Gilda anche Iki Notarbartolo, direttrice de Il Confronto, rivista dedicata all’arte e alla cultura italiane.

This episode, in Italian and English, is dedicated to the very young tuba player Gianmario Strappati, a concert artist from the Marche region, winner of the Nino Rota Award, who deserves credit for having exalted the tuba as a solo instrument in many stages, among the most important in the world .
In the studio with Gilda there is also Iki Notarbartolo, Director of Il Confronto, magazine dedicated to Italian art and culture.


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