From Italy With Love | Russell Hill Rogers Musical Evenings at San Fernando Cathedral

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Leonardo Colafelice, Italian concert pianist and 2020 Bronze Medalist and Audience Favorite of The Gurwitz International Piano Competition, returns to San Antonio with a stellar new virtuoso program of Franz Liszt compositions inspired by Italian opera masterpieces of Rossini, Bellini and Verdi. From Altamura (Bari) in Southern Italy, Colafelice has won a multitude of international competitions and also currently teaches as Piano Professor at the renowned "Niccolò Piccinni Conservatory of Music" in Bari. Tickets are required for this free event.

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