Wednesday 1st January 2020, 12pmConcerto di Capodanno
Orchestra Filarmonica Salernitana “Giuseppe Verdi”
Conductor Jacopo Sipari di Pescasserroli

Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer

Wednesday 1st January 2020, 12pm
Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer
Concerto di Capodanno
Orchestra Filarmonica Salernitana “Giuseppe Verdi”
Conductor Jacopo Sipari di Pescasserroli
Music by Rossini, Verdi, Strauss, Bizet
Free admission


Gioachino Rossini
L’italiana in Algeri, Sinfonia

Johannes Brahms
Danza ungherese n°1, n°5

Johann Strauss Jr.
Valzer Wiener Blut (Sangue Viennese) op.354
Tik – Tak, Polka schnell Op.365

Eduard Strauss
Bahn frei! – Polka Schnell, op. 45

Giuseppe Verdi
Nabucco, Ouverture

George Bizet
Carmen, Suite n.1 Preludio atto I

Johann Strauss Jr.
Walzer Frühlingsstimmen (Voci di Primavera) op. 410

Léo Delibes
Coppélia, Walzer

Johann Strauss Jr.
Tritsch-Tratsch Polka Op. 214
Unter Donner und Blitz, Polka (Tuoni e fulmini) op.324

Gioachino Rossini
Guglielmo Tell, Ouverture finale



Jacopo Sipari di Pescasserroli
Italian Orchestra Conductor. Born in L’Aquila in 1985, he studied piano, composition and singing and graduated at “A. Casella” Conservatory of L’Aquila.
In his career: principal guest conductor of the Puccini festival foundation of Torre del Lago, artistic director of the international midsummer festival of Italy, artistic director of “Sacrum festival” in Vatican and, casting manager of Plovdiv Opera House. He has been the guest conductor of the best Italian and international orchestras.
He worked with some of the most important international singers and he conducted Italian and international great opera productions such as “Norma” at the greek theater of Syracuse, “Il barbiere di Siviglia” at the Taromina ancient theater, “Nabucco” at Pompei ancient theater, “La Bohème” with E. Scola direction at Great Puccini open Air Theatre of Torre del Lago, “Turandot” for the 90th anniversary of the first performance at the Great Puccini Open Air Theatre, “Traviata” at Massimo theatre of Pescara, “Madama Butterfly”, “La Boheme” and “Rigoletto”with the Puccini foundation at the National theatre of Managua – Nicaragua, “Cinderella” at the National theater of Mongolia, “Nabucco”, “Aida”, “Otello”, “La Forza del Destino”, “Andrea Chenier” at the Belgrade national theater, “La Boheme” at the Cluj – Napoca national opera house of Romania, “Madama Butterfly” at the Municipality opera house of Casale Monferrato, “Madama Butterfly” at The National opera house and Ballet of Baku – Azerbaijan, “Madama Butterfly” at the opening of the “Open Air” Festival of Plovdiv – Bulgaria, “La Traviata” at the closing of the “Open Air” Festival of Plovdiv – Bulgaria, “Tosca”, “Madama Butterfly” in Stara Zagora opera house – Bulgaria, “Trittico (Tabarro, Suor Angelica, Gianni Schicchi)” at Great Puccini Open Air Theatre of Torre del Lago for the celebration of the 100 years anniversary, “Lucia di Lammermoor” at “Marrucino” Theatre of Chieti, “Nabucco” at the Latvian national opera house, “Otello” at Astrakan State theatre of opera and ballet.
At the age of 22 he also graduated in law, and he is currently the youngest lawyer of the Roman Rota apostolic tribunal.


The Salerno Philharmonic Orchestra
In its twentieth year, the orchestra can boast of a very rich and prestigious curriculum. The Salerno orchestral ensemble has now performed all the operas produced by the G. Verdi Opera House of Salerno. Since its first production (Falstaff with Rolando Panerai, conductor J. Acs) they have staged la Traviata, Rigoletto, il Trovatore, Aida, Macbeth, Un ballo in maschera, Nabucco, Cavalleria Rusticana, Pagliacci, La Bohème, Tosca, Edgar, Manon Lescaut, Turandot, Madama Butterfly, Nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, Norma, Carmen, Il barbiere di Siviglia, La Cenerentola, Hänsel e Gretel, Werther, L’elisir d’amore, Sonnambula, Lucia di Lammermoor, Vedova Allegra, Francesca da Rimini and Romeo e Giulietta. Thanks to the resolve of the Town Council, the orchestra has enjoyed the direction of Daniel Oren, who is considered one of the very best on the international scene. Its remarkable development has become a point of reference in the Italian Mezzogiorno, and has led to the “Verdi” Philharmonic performing in the presence of Pope John Paul II and the Queen of Sweden. On 18 December 2011the orchestra performed the 15th Christmas Concert, a great event promoted by the Senate of the Republic and staged in the Auditorium of Palazzo Madama and broadcast by Eurovision. On 14 May 2015 the orchestra performed at the Vatican’s Peace Concert in the presence of His Holiness Pope Francis.