The pianist Kristina Gjonej and the soprano Lindita Hisku gave birth to a concert dedicated to the Aisla association (Italian Association of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)At the Cascina del Racconto one could only recount new stories, new life experiences, new emotions. And the Cascina del Racconto does not exclude any language: in the evening of Friday 22 June was told of the history of those suffering from sla (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) with words and music. It was an evening of solidarity, crossed by famous notes (Mozart, Schubert, Tosti, Gershwin), but also by the words of those who made sla a challenge, a new paradigm of life. The pianist Kristina Gjonej and the soprano Lindita Hisku gave birth to a concert dedicated to the Aisla association (Italian Association of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis).
It would be enough to read what the Fanfare Magazine of Lindita Hisku says: “The soprano Lindita Hisku is very good, whose clear tone and extraordinary ability in vocal coloring are appreciated, as well as the ability to modulate the intensity of the vibrato as a violin virtuoso. Its dramatic intensity leaves one admiring. "Hisku sang with the Symphony Orchestra of the Academy of Tirana, the Symphonic Orchestra" Nuova Amadeus "of Rome, and the String Orchestra" Ledi chamber "of Kiev. Instead, Gjonej worked at the National Opera Theater in Tirana and taught piano at the Academy of Music in Tirana.
The very young Francesco Ghiazza, Sara Rainero and Luca Saracco played the Seasons of Tchaikovsky. On the floor, the public was also able to appreciate the progress of Dr. Anna Luciani, who recounted her own experience: she dedicated herself to music after overcoming a difficult cancer.
The music was reconfirmed in this pleasant evening as a hymn to life and the determination to challenge, with a new smile, the difficulties of destiny. And it is precisely of this that the national councilor of the Aisla, Vincenzo Severino, spoke at the end of the concert, raising public awareness regarding the sla, a degenerative and progressive disease of the nervous system, which affects the motion neurons. This is a disease that unfortunately affects 35 from Asti, a figure that goes beyond the average of many other cities.
Therefore, the hall that hosted the concert, of the Mutual Aid Society, is definitely suitable: a way to emphasize the spirit of brotherhood and solidarity that animated the initiative.
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