Anna Tifu and Marco Schirru

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Anna Tifu & Marco Schirru
A concert in La Fenice Theater
tifu e schirru

Musikàmera, founded by a group of chamber music lovers coming from different professional and musical background, aims to cultivate an ever broader audience among the city’s residence with particular attention focused on schools and universities.  To this end all the concerts will be preceded a brief presentation. In this endeavour, Musikàmera enjoys the support of Teatro La Fenice which hosts both the concerts and other initiatives.

The next appointment is for July 13th: the two protagonists will be Anna Tifu and Marco Schirru who will perform works by Chausson, Schumann, Ravel and Sarasate.

Anna Tifu, winner of the 2007 George Enescu Competition in Bucharest, is considered one of the leading violinist of her generation. Born in Cagliari, she started to play the violin at the age of six under the guidance of her father and to perform in public at eight years old when she won 1st prize with special honors at the Vittorio Veneto concert series.

Marco Schirru, born in Cagliari in 1994, began studying the piano at the age of 11 at the “G.P. from Palestrina of Cagliari, where he graduated with honors and honorable mention in the class of Prof. Aurora Cogliandro. In 2011 he was the absolute winner of the “7th Musical Review for Agimus age category” with a score of 100/100.

Location: La Fenice Theater, Venice

Schedule: July 13th 2020

Hour: 7.00 pm 

Ticket: up to € 40

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