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Italian musicians to perform in Tehran 

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Italian musicians to perform in Tehran 

TEHRAN – Three Italian musicians from the Bruno Maderna Conservatory of Cesena will be giving a concert at Tehran’s Azadi Tower on Tuesday, the organizers have announced.

Violinists Paolo Chiavacci and Eleonora Poletti, as well as cellist Vincenzo Taroni are the musicians who will be performing a repertoire of classical and romantic pieces.

In addition, the trio is currently holding master classes at the Sazineh Music Education Academy in Tehran.

Chiavacci is the chamber music instructor and conductor at the Bruno Maderna Conservatory of Cesena. Poletti holds the principal violin chair, and Taroni holds the cello chair at the conservatory.

Photo: A poster for Italian trio's concert in Tehran.



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