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She wanted to wear the colors of her war-torn land: Odessa violinist Zoya Nademlynska, one of the two halves of Estrotempo Duet, on Sunday evening chose to wear yellow and blue dresses, in homage to Ukraine, which she left time he is about to move to Marsala, where he lives.
Alongside the pianist Leonardo Pavia, in the church of San Domenico, in Palermo, she interpreted the Carpathian Rapsodyan engaging melody, inspired by the rhythms of the Hutzuli, who live in the Carpathian region.
The piece was part of the concert that last January should have closed the review Christmas in Palermo, but which had jumped due to the sharp increase in infections.
Organized by the Club Service and directed by Giacomo Fanale, the festival hosted, in the second part of the concert, the Trapani Wind Orchestra conducted by Rosario Rosa and Nicolò Scavone, with Franco Foderà soloist on the piano.
A much applauded concert which was also attended by the mayor of Palermo, Leoluca Orlando.
Christmas in Palermo is promoted by the Rotary Club Palermo Est, joined by Rotary, Lions, Inner Wheel, Soroptimist, with Zonta, Volo, Ande, Fidapa, Zyz, the Scarlatti Conservatory and other city associations, with the contribution of the Week of Cultures, by Fanaleartearchitettura , Spazio Cultura, of Idea Hub and the support of the Sicilian Music Academy.
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