It ended with great success the Cristiana Pegoraro’s “Tribute to Italy” American tour. Last show was on Nov. 17 at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The talent and passion of the Italian pianist filled the famous concert hall, for an original and exciting show, on a night so cold as still traumatized by the events in Paris. The show was completely sold out, and it was attended by people of all ages, both American and Italian. Cristiana lighted up the stage, by offering to the New York audience a program of beautiful pieces, connected with each other by the common Italian factor. Each work had somehow played a connection with Italy and for each composer played, like Rossini, Puccini, Scarlatti, Beethoven and Bizet, Cristiana told a story, an anecdote that particularly concern them, right before the magnificent performance at the piano. Cristiana finished the evening with three encores between repeated standing ovations and applause from the audience. The last date of the “Tribute to Italy” tour will be on December 8 in Rome, before Christmas, where Cristiana will perform at the Sacro Cuore Immacolato di Maria, with a great production, alongside with the 70 musicians of L’Armonica Temperanza and two choirs Temperance St. Paul’s Choir of Rome and Res Altera Vocal Ensemble, directed by Maestro Lorenzo Porzio, in the opening concert of the Jubilee of Mercy wanted by Pope Francesco.
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