Vivaldi Honored in Tehran

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March
2011

The Persian language magazine Bukhara commemorated Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi. The event, sponsored by the Italian Embassy, was held at the Pietro Della Valle Italian School in Tehran.

At the session, the Italian music expert, Luciana Ipiliti, gave a brief introduction of Vivaldi and of the influence the city of Venice has played in the history of art. He said that Venice was the inspirational source, not only for painting and poetry, but also for music throughout history. Ipiliti also talked about Vivaldi’s masterpiece “Le quattro stagioni” (The Four Seasons) and its composition. The Italian musician Alberto Beradanini also mentioned a brief biography of Vivaldi and his achievements in the world of music.

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Mosque in Tehran (photo: golisnow)

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