April 4, 2012

Cecilia is ill: Roma cancelled

Cecilia Bartoli - Concerto annullato


A causa di una forte laringite Cecilia Bartoli si vede purtroppo costretta ad annullare il concerto di Roma previsto per giovedì 5 aprile nell'ambito della stagione dell'Accademia di Santa Cecilia.

I biglietti potranno essere rimborsati entro il 15 aprile 2012 presso il Botteghino dell'Auditorium Parco della Musica. Gli abbonati alla Stagione da Camera potranno invece chiedere il cambio di biglietto per un altro concerto di stagione.

Info 06/8082058

L'artista è molto dispiaciuta di dover cancellare la sua unica data italiana di questa stagione e desidera comunque ringraziare e inviare un saluto affettuoso al pubblico che aveva già da giorni esaurito la Sala Santa Cecilia dell'Auditorium Parco della Musica.



16 comments:

  1. Che peccato per i loro fan italiani! :(

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  2. It's a pity that Sacrificium has never been performed for a large audience in Italy.

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  3. What a shame, not only for her fans, but also for Cecilia not being able, to sing this marvelous program in her home town. All the best and recover soon, Cecilia .

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  4. An addition on the official site: «Tutti cercano di fare il suo migliore per trovare una data alternativa per questo concerto».

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    1. This promise has been removed from the Accademia's site.

      There are planes and pullmans to cross the Alps in only a couple of hours ...so : avanti Italiani!

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  5. 2 days ago the auditorium was far from being fully booked.

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    1. Which only shows the Italians ignorance for baroque music and Cecilia's masterful art. Both are their losses !

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    2. Read this to understand what happens in Italy. For those who don't understand German I translate the most weird sentence:

      When it was announced that Cecilia Bartoli will replace the Italian Riccardo Muti as head of the Whitsun Festival in Salzburg, the best-known music critic, Paolo Isotta, outraged at some "American average singer" which had repressed the Italian Maestro.

      °I°

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    3. That's ridiculous !!!

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    4. http://www.corriere.it/cultura/10_novembre_17/elzeviro-isotta-riccardo-muti-suono-napoli_f6eae6ea-f228-11df-a59d-00144f02aabc.shtml

      Isotta calls Bartoli's calling to Salzburg even "vergogna" ! Imagine what's behind that insult beside a Mount Everest of ignorance....

      Vergogna to him!!"! And to the narrow-minded and nationalistic so-called Italian culture! In seicento/settecento Italia was a magnet to artists from all over Europe. Yes. Today Italy forces its musicians to leave the country, the rest is wobbling verismo ....Just face it : It's over ragazzi!

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    5. Gee, I never read the original article. How revealing this is! It's a shame what happens in Italy, the uncultured Bunga-Bunga President, who had nothing in mind but his hairstyle and increase of money, power and women, has destroyed so many values and forced the rejection of fine arts. Embarrassing. I can only hope that the Italians wake up soon!

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    6. But don't forget: Italians voted Berlusconi in office over and over again - 17 years or so ? So in their majority they are not victims but citizens who wanted their country exactly as it is now. Congrats.

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  6. I have been looking to see a post about the fact that Cecilia is now a founding member of the Gramophone Hall of Fame.

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  7. Yo are right ! Look at this:
    http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/view?q=cecilia+bartoli&psc=G&filter=1&hl=de#5727050408660259586#
    So they even promised a discount on the already incredibly cheap tickets to anybody who would present this info in print at the box office...

    It worked because in the evening itself only 4 seats were unsold.

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