Hop@Home: Filippo Ciabatti and Friends
Member Event

Filippo Ciabatti & Friends

part of the Classical Salon Series
July 30, 2020

This event occurred as part of the 20/21 Hop@Home season. This is an archived view.

A special Members-only chamber music concert.

2020/21 Hop@Home

Missed this event?  Email Hop.members@dartmouth.edu for a private link to the performance.

Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra Director Filippo Ciabatti is joined by four members of the talented Horak family—Paul, Marcia, David and Hanna. Filippo graces us on the piano with the skillful Horak family adding violins, viola and double bass. Featuring distinct short pieces and classical suites, this "buffet of appetizers" will satisfy your musical cravings.

The Hop is fortunate that these great artists—members of the Horak family and Filippo Ciabatti—are quarantining together, providing an opportunity for a wonderful evening of music for Hop members.

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Filippo Ciabatti and Friends


About Filippo Ciabatti

A native of Florence, Italy, Filippo is the Music Director of the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra and the Interim Music Director of the Dartmouth Glee Club. His illustrious career as a conductor includes his work leading the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra's 2018-2019 Italian tour in collaboration with the Orchestra Toscana dei Conservatori in prominent venues and festivals. In 2020, Filippo conducted the world premiere of a new secular oratorio composed by the renowned jazz composer Taylor Ho Bynum. In 2018 and 2019, he conducted the Vermont Symphony Orchestra at Montpelier's Vermont State House.

As a pianist and vocal coach in Italy, Mr. Ciabatti worked for the Cherubini Conservatory, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino and Florence Opera Academy. He has played for the masterclasses of Renée Fleming, Nathan Gunn, William Matteuzzi, Donald George and Isabel Leonard. Since 2016, he has been music director and vocal coach of "Scuola Italia per Giovani Cantanti Lirici" in Sant'Angelo in Vado (Italy).

Mr. Ciabatti holds degrees in piano, choral conducting and orchestral conducting from institutions in Italy and the United States.

Presented in partnership with the West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts.

West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts

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