The Trio Lennon, with Luca Marziali, Roberto Molinelli and Alessandro Culiani returns to the DC area with a September 26, performance at the at the International Development Banks and on September 28, in Salisbury, Maryland.
Founded in 1995, the Trio Lennon is composed of renowned soloists from the Marche region, and performs a repertoire that ranges from classical to romantic, with influences from the Vienna School to those of American music, including compositions created for the Trio, itself. For more info visit: http://www.triolennon.com/en/
The Trio collaborates with internationally renowned soloists such as saxophonist Federico Mondelci, the tenor Giuseppe Sabbatini, guitarist Claudio Marcotulli, the mezzo-soprano Anna Maria Chiuri, and has collaborated with musicians from different backgrounds including Avion Travel, La Cruz, and Paolo Conte who collaborated with the the trio for the recording of his album “Elegy”.
Luca Marziali on violin, Roberto Molinelli on the viola (composer of the classical “arrangements”) and Alessandro Culiani, on the cello give life and soul to this wonderful project. Roberto Molinelli has rearranged the immortal melodies of the Liverpool quartet, readapting them into a wider-ranging, symphonic structure, while still preserving the lyrical and expressive features that have made the original a lasting success, as epitomized by the classic “Hey Jude”, in which the musicians use their traditional instruments in new ways, typical of percussion instruments.