Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno

Tina Guo with the Symphonic Orchestra. Michele Nitti on the podium

Very good and fruitful agreement between conductor, soloist and enthusiastic audience, for a performance that has returned to the music all its captivating pregnancy (Saint-Saens Cello Concerto No. 1).

Nitti, who had opened the evening with a fiery interpretation of the Euryanthe ouverture, then gave a wonderful test of amplitude sound and of insinuating melodiousness of the Haydn’s score (Symphony No. 103)