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... extraordinary music ...... that directly reaches the heart ...

  

 

 

The Trio DolceSentire " was established in 2000, in the Jubilee Year, and consists of:

  • Silvia Calzavara Soprano soloist
  • Fabiano Maniero, soloist first trumpet at the Teatro la Fenice in Venice and of I Solisti Veneti
  • Silvio Celeghin organist, pianist and harpsichordist and continuosly cooperating with  I Solisti Veneti and teacher at the Conservatory of Music B. Marcello in Venice

A professional but mainly human union, that proposes a journey to discover the artistic, musical and religious themes of the Holocaust in all their expressions, from the  Shoah to the  religious sacrifice.
They also include the opera repertoire and unusual arrangements of great composers such as E. Morricone, N. Rota, W. Dalla Vecchia, J. Williams and others.

 The success  obtained from  the audience and from the critics of the Trio DolceSentire is in particular due to the recording of two CDs:
 "Sweet Feeling ... The Great Holocaust and Religious Themes "(2001) - With the implementation of the best soundtracks E. Morricone, N. Rota, J. Williams, N. Piovani, R. Ortolani, A. Lloyd Webber
and "Heavenly Music ... theme of great Authors for Blessed Virgin Mary" (2003) - With the implementation of the most beautiful Ave Maria, and songs dedicated to the Blessed Virgin by great composers: Puccini, Verdi, Caccini, Handel, Piazzolla, Frisina, Peeters, Dalla Vecchia. In concert with the discovery of "Faces" of Mary with the projection of artistic images of great artists of all times.
The Trio DolceSentire performs mainly in sacred spaces, churches, abbeys, cloisters ... with the music program of religious themes with the collaboration of different actors as narrator.
While the Opera repertoire is also suitable to be performed in theatres and concert halls with organ or piano.
They performed a lot of exhibitions in Italy and abroad, in prestigious venues such as the Basilica of San Francesco in Assisi and the Vatican in Rome.