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Music From the Romantic Repertoire to the Great Cinema | A Concert with Elena Matteucci and Sebastian Zagame

The Consulate General of Italy in Toronto and the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Toronto, in collaboration with the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Chicago and official media partner Classical 96.3 FM, proudly present Music from the Romantic Repertoire to the Great Cinema, a concert with Elena Matteucci (Piano) and Sebastian Zagame (Violin).

Music From the Romantic Repertoire to the Great Cinema

A Concert with

Elena Matteucci and Sebastian Zagame

Tuesday, March 28 | 8:00PM

Glenn Gould Studio
CBC Building

250 Front St West | Toronto, ON



Elena and Sebastian performed together for the first time in 2020 at the Rome Chamber Festival in the magnificent Baroque building Palazzo Barberini where every year, young talents are invited to play together with leading concert musicians. The chemistry between them is a fascinating combination of vivid freshness and sensitive adaptability.


Sonata Op.108

Schumann/ Liszt
Widmung (Dedica) solo for piano from the film “Song of Love” 1947

Giuditta’s Theme from the film “The Conspirators” (Nell’anno del signore) 1969

Schindler’s List 1993

Capriccio n.24 solo for violin from the film “The Devil’s Violinist” 2013

Por una cabeza from the film “Scent of a Woman” 1992

A. Bonanno
Suite of the most famous themes from Italian movie soundtracks (Rota, Morricone, Piovani)



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Elena Matteucci graduated with special honours in piano from the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome and in chamber music from the Academy of Santa Cecilia. From the Chigiana Academy in Siena, she was awarded an honorary degree and the prestigious Peterlongo Prize. Ms. Matteucci is a member of the Michelangelo Quartet. Her brilliance was recognized by several prestigious awards, including the first prize at the International Chamber Music Competition in Illzach (France) and the Premio Michelangelo, chaired by the late Ennio Morricone. Ms. Matteucci has performed in all the major cities and festivals in Italy and has toured throughout Europe, South America, and the Republic of China.




zagame. sebastianSebastian Zagame was born in Rome on November 30, 2000. He began studying the violin at the age of 3. Admitted to the Conservatory at the age of 7, he graduated with honours at the Santa Cecilia at 16. He perfected himself with Maestro Pavel Berman. Zagame is a member of the European Union Youth Orchestra. He has been invited to prestigious international festivals, such as the Rome Chamber, Civita, Al Bustan etc. Winner of international competitions such as D. Lipatti, Crescendo etc. He collaborates with renowned artists such as E. Matteucci, R. McDuffie, T. Keller, P. Kuusisto etc.


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  • Organizzato da: Istituto Italiano di Cultura Toronto | Istituto Italiano di Cultura Montreal | Istituto Italiano di Cultura Chicago