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Pianolounge, Aarau, Switzerland

Time: 19:30

Program: see flyer.

Reformed Church Effretikon, Switzerland

Time: 19:30

Program: C. Saint-Saëns, Violin Concert No. 3 in B minor;
Pablo de Sarasate, Gipsy Airs Op. 20;
Muzio Clementi, Symphony No. 4 in D major Op. 37.

Catholic Church Wallisellen, Switzerland

Time: 17:00

Program: C. Saint-Saëns, Violin Concert No. 3 in B minor;
Pablo de Sarasate, Gipsy Airs Op. 20;
Muzio Clementi, Symphony No. 4 in D major Op. 37.

Reformed Church Oberglatt, Switzerland

Time: 20:00

Program: C. Saint-Saëns, Violin Concert No. 3 in B minor;
Pablo de Sarasate, Gipsy Airs Op. 20;
Muzio Clementi, Symphony No. 4 in D major Op. 37.

Lucca, Italy: Palazzo Pfanner

Time: 17:30

Program: W.A. Mozart, F. Schubert, S. Mongiusti
With Natasha Korsakova (Violin)
Lucca Classica, Music Festival

Lucca, Italy: Cattedrale San Martino, Sacrestia

Time: 17:30

Program: J. S. Bach, N. Paganini, E. Ysaye
Lucca Classica, Music Festival

Porto Ceresio, Italy: Centro Studi Accademia di Musica

Time: 17:00

Program: W.A. Mozart, F. Schubert, S. Mongiusti, P. de Sarasate
With Natasha Korsakova (Violin)

Siracusa, Italy: Castello del Solacium

Time: 20:00

Program: W.A. Mozart, F. Schubert, S. Mongiusti, P. de Sarasate
With Natasha Korsakova (Violin)

Broadcasted: Tuesday 21th March 2017

Italian television Channel LA7

Program: “Di Martedì”
Works by Paganini and Travis
Recorded at the
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia
Via San Vittore, 21
Milano

Alter Ratssaal Baden-Baden (DE), Marktplatz 2

Time: 11:00

Under the motto “Hommage à Paganini”
Review (in German)

Cremona, Italy: Museum of Violins

Manrico Padovani and the Swiss/Greek/Russian violin virtuosa Natasha Korsakova have been invited by the Museum of Violins in Cremona to exhibit their two concert violins by Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume (1870 & 1873) and Antonio Stradivari's legendary violin “Le Messie” (1716). The exhibition runs from the 15th of September until the 18th of December 2017 and is dedicated to the long-awaited return of “Le Messie” in Cremona after 161 years for the 300th anniversary of the creation of this unique masterpiece (1716).