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  • 01/08/2018

    Announcement of upcoming ICAMus events 2018.

    The Center announces numerous new events in 2018, both in Europe and in the US., following the October 6, 2017 release of the 2-CD Brilliant Classics Album of Castelnuovo-Tedesco's Shakespeare Sonnets (première complete recording) & Shakespeare Duets (unpublished); the October 9, 2017 Guest Master Class & Guest Recital by Nico de Villiers, The Songs of Richard Hageman, at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A.; and the videorecording & audio recordings of the Early American Music program; lectures, concerts & presentations in January and June 2018 are announced, beginning with Barbara Boganini's talk, Giacomo Puccini and Amedeo Bassi: Tuscan Connections in American Music on January 21, 2018. Programs and details to be made available closer to each event.

  • 01/21/2018

    Giacomo Puccini and Amedeo Bassi: Tuscan Connections in American Music. A Talk by Barbara Boganini at Villa Caruso, Lastra a Signa, Florence.

    21 January 2018. General Manager at Camerata Strumentale "Città di Prato" and ICAMus Board Member, Barbara Boganini talks about Giacomo Puccini e Amedeo Bassi: connessioni toscane in America. L'ascesa artistica del tenore italiano dalla campagna fiorentina alla gloria internazionale [Giacomo Puccini and Amedeo Bassi: Tuscan connections in America. An Italian tenor's rise from rural life to international acclaim]. At Villa Caruso - Bellosguardo, Lastra a Signa, Florence, Italy. Born in the little town of Montespertoli, near Florence, Bassi was acclaimed worldwide in Puccini’s “American opera” La Fanciulla del West.