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15 Sep



Germany
 Monday, September 15, 2014 at 20:00 
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Philharmonie Hall, Berlin

Germany

HORNROH MODERN ALPHORN QUARTET

SWR SINFONIEORCHESTER BADEN-BADEN UND FREIBURG
FRANÇOIS-XAVIER ROTH conductor

In many regards, this concert evening begins in an unusual way with the “concerto grosso Nr. 1”, which Austrian composer Georg Friedrich Hass wrote for four alphorns and orchestra. The alphorn is an instrument that has no keys, slides or valves and only produces the pitches in its overtone series. It is known for outdoor use in alpine regions. In his composition “concerto grosso”, Haas has combined the instrument with a large orchestra. The work’s title captures the relationship between alphorn quartet and orchestra, namely the alternation between solo and tutti that leads to confusing and beautiful sound constellations and the term “concertare” refers to the musical enthusiasm and enormous instrumental skills required of the musicians. As Haas states, the virtuosity of the four alphorn players as well as that of the orchestra lies not in their ability to race through scales but to perform microtonal intonation and thereby build a fascinating sound world.

The hornroh modern alphorn quartet and SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden and Freiburg under François-Xavier Roth generate these sound worlds together, giving a whole new perspective on the sound architecture of Anton Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony.


Georg Friedrich Haas : concerto grosso Nr. 1 for four alphorns and large orchestra
Anton Bruckner : Symphony No. 8 in C minor

15 Sep



Scotland
 Monday, September 15, 2014 at 15:00 
Gabrieli, Dowland, Britten, Harvey and Birtwistle
Lammermuir Festival
Elizabeth Hamilton Buildings, Poldrate, Haddington, East Lothian, EH41 4DA.
Scotland
0131 473 2000
http://www.lammermuirfestival.co.uk

Red Note Ensemble

The site of Prestongrange’s museum has a fascinating industrial history going back to the 16th Century including glass, pottery and brick manufacture as well as mining. The impressive, high-roofed Power House is perfect for this exciting programme of music for brass. The Red Note Ensemble contrast sonorous pieces from the Renaissance with the amazing, spatial effects of contemporary music by composers such as Harvey and Birtwistle. The overwhelming, surround-sound beauty of Jonathan Harvey’s Ricercare played by trumpet virtuoso Mark O’Keeffe makes a fitting climax to a very special event.

“O’Keeffe’s playing was undemonstratively sensational. A stupendous performance”
The Herald


various composers : Various

16 Sep 
 
17 Sep



Germany
 Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 20:00 
WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln
Philharmonie Hall, Berlin

Germany

WDR SINFONIEORCHESTER KÖLN
JUKKA-PEKKA SARASTE conductor

“In art there is no beginning and no end, there is also nothing new and nothing old in an absolute sense. There is just the motion, the interchangeablity, both are nothing deliberate, violent, but natural occurrences of organic life that never stands still but constantly gives birth to new forms and proves its inner strength with precisely this perpetual drive.” (Paul Bekker 1924)

Wolfgang Rihm’s composition “Transitus” for orchestra already contains a reference to audibility in its title. “What matters, says Rihm, is which and how much energy is put into motion. Music is a transfer of energy. ” With “Transitus” he wanted to write a piece that materialized on its own, where one thing grew out of another, yet all events flow into an interminability that is the ambient noise of every music. “Transitus” as a passage or movement process is an image for human existence par excellence. In his most recent work, the Konzertstück für Klaviertrio und Orchester which will premiere on this evening, two different musical forms will be brought together: intimate chamber music and orchestral music. Both works, composed in 2012-2014, will be placed in context with the great C major symphony by Franz Schubert from 1825/26. This constellation is not only fed by the contrast between current and historical events. It is also not a nostalgic glance backwards, but rather an expression of a conception that regards the before and the after of historical construction as permeable and incomplete.


Wolfgang Rihm : Transitus for orchestra
Wolfgang Rihm : Concert Piece for piano trio and orchestra
Franz Schubert : Symphony No. 8 in C major D 944

18 Sep 
 
19 Sep



Germany
 Friday, September 19, 2014 at 20:00 
FOUR MUSICIANS, THREE FOURTEENS
Beethoven-Haus
Bonn
Germany

Kuss Quartett
Bennewitz Quartet
Quatuor Zaïde

1814: Congress of Vienna. 1914: outbreak of the Great War. 2014: Reflexion? Retrospect? The periods which this concert covers in a great arc from Viennese Classicism to the present day take in a major slice of European cultural history: the re-drawing of the map of the continent and its political landscape in 1814, the awakening of the nations and the disaster of 1914, and the modern Europe of 2014. Musically, these changes are represented by Schubert’s mood of a new dawn, Suk’s nationalist Bohemian self-confidence, Arnold Schönberg’s fin-de-siècle sensibilities, and Oliver Schneller’s highly rarefied new musical language.



Franz Schubert : Allegro assai for string quartet in C minor D 703 ("Quartet Movement")
Josef Suk : Meditace na staročeský chorál "Svatý Václave" (Meditation on the Old Czech Chorale "St Wenceslas") for string quartet op. 35a
Oliver Schneller : "Introjections" for string quartet
Arnold Schonberg : "Verklärte Nacht" for two violins, two violas and two cellos

20 Sep



Germany
 Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 20:00 
OUTLINES OF EUROPEAN HISTORY
Beethoven-Haus
Bonn
Germany

Bennewitz Quartet
Heath Quartet
Quatuor Zaïde

Once again three dates: the first performance of Beethoven’s F minor quartet and the re-ordering of Europe in 1814, echoes of Czech nationalism in Antonín Dvořák’s op. 106, and the moving music of Slavomír Hořínka inspiredby the Lampedusa refugee drama in 2013. This musical journey sketches Europe’s history from the discovery of cultural identity across the awakening of nationalist emotions all the way to the migration issues of the present day.



Ludwig Van Beethoven : Quartet for two violins, viola and cello No. 11 in F minor op. 95 ("Quartetto serioso")
Antonin Dvorak : Quartet for two violins, viola and cello No. 13 in G major op. 106
Slavomír Hořínka : "Songs of Immigrants" for two violins, viola and cello

21 Sep



United Kingdom
 Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 7.30pm 
London Symphony Orchestra / Valery Gergiev
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891
http://www.barbican.org.uk/eticketing

Valery Gergiev conductor
Denis Matsuev piano
London Symphony Orchestra

Russian pianist Denis Matsuev, acclaimed for his formidable virtuosity and the controlled power of his playing, is the LSO’s featured artist this season.

He opens the 2014/15 series with two all-Russian programmes under the LSO’s outgoing Music Director, Valery Gergiev. Here he tackles Prokofiev’s dazzling Third Concerto, between Shostakovich’s best-loved symphony and the first in a symphonic cycle inspired by Dante’s 'Divine Comedy' by one of Shostakovich’s most prolific pupils.


Boris Tishchenko : Dante Symphony No 1 (‘Among the Living’)
Sergei Prokofiev : Piano Concerto No 3
Dmitri Shostakovich : Symphony No 10

22 Sep 
 
23 Sep



Germany
 Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 20:00 
Rhythms, Blues and Bagatelles
Beethoven-Haus
Bonn
Germany

Herbert Schuch (Piano)


Three first prizes at international piano competitions in the space of a year laid the foundations for the 35-year-old Romanian-born Herbert Schuch’s rise to the pinnacle of global pianism. One of the competitions was the Vienna International Beethoven Competition, dedicated to a composer whom the artist includes in his sophisticated programmes time and again. In Bonn he is combining two late piano works by Beethoven with a highly virtuoso piece by the American composer Frederic Rzewski, along with eleven works by Ligeti, which were influenced by Bartók and Hungarian folk themes.



Ludwig Van Beethoven : Bagatelles for piano op. 119
Gyorgy Ligeti : "Musica ricercata" for piano
Frederic Rzewski : "Winnsboro cotton mill blues" for piano
Ludwig Van Beethoven : Sonata for piano No. 32 un C minor op. 110

24 Sep 
 
25 Sep



United Kingdom
 Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Jörg Widmann, Mozart and Schubert
Wigmore Hall, London
36 Wigmore St, London W1
United Kingdom
02079352141
http://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk

Tetzlaff Quartet

With its pervasive echoes of Schumann’s Papillons, sparky humour and wild conclusion, Jörg Widmann’s ‘Jagdquartett’ has secured a lasting place in the contemporary chamber music repertoire since its first performance in 2003.

The Tetzlaff Quartet’s programme also includes the second of Mozart’s ‘Haydn’ Quartets and Schubert’s mighty G major String Quartet, a work that spans the gamut of human emotions.


Joerg Widmann : String Quartet No. 3 ‘Jagdquartett’
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : String Quartet in D minor K421
Franz Schubert : String Quartet in G D887

26 Sep



Germany
 Friday, September 26, 2014 at 20:00 
BALTIC VOYAGE
BEETHOVENHALLE
Wachsbleiche 16 53111 Bonn
Germany
0228 / 7222-0
http://www.beethovenhalle.de

Jan Lisiecki (Piano)
Baltic Sea Youth Philharmonic
Kristjan Järvi (Conductor)



Modest Mussorgsky : "A Night on the Bare Mountain". Symphonic Poem
Edvard Grieg : Concerto for piano and orchestra in A minor op. 16
Jean Sibelius : "Karelia" Suite op. 11
Gediminas Gelgotas : "Never Ignore the Cosmic Ocean" for orchestra
Imants Kalniņš : First movement from the Symphony No. 4 ("Rock Symphony")

27 Sep



United States
 Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 7pm 
Composers Concordance - 30th Anniversary Season Opener / Fundraiser -
Gallery MC
549 West 52 Street, 8 floor
United States
info@milicaparanosic.com

Tickets: $25


Saturday, September 27th, 2014 at 7pm
$25
Gallery MC
549 West 52nd St (between 10th & 11th Aves.) 8th floor
New York, NY 10019
(212) 581-1966
http://www.gallerymc.org

"For the past 30 years, Composers Concordance has been a booster for local composers, through both its concerts across the city and a record label." -The Wall Street Journal. "Enterprising new music organization" -The New York Times.

Staying in rotation for thirty years in NYC is a rare feat. In the case of a new music presenting organization, it requires not only diligence and cognizance of achievements of the past, but also an ethic of keeping one's ear to the ground for emerging stylistic and technological developments, as well as talented new composers on the scene.

On September 27th at 7pm at Gallery MC, Composers Concordance presents its 30th Anniversary Season Opener and Fundraiser, with violinist Lara St. John, vocalist Loire Cotler, flutist Valerie Coleman, clarinetist Michiyo Suzuki, pianists Dimitri Dover and Eduard Laurel, and double bassist Troy Rinker, performing music of Gloria Coates, Valerie Coleman, Dan Cooper, Daniel Palkowski, Milica Paranosic, Gene Pritsker, Dave Soldier, and Randy Woolf, among others. The event will be augmented by games, speeches, food, drinks, and a performance by the prog-rock trio Erbium, with guest guitarist Peter Fabrizio. Directors and newly-appointed board members will outline the 'Anniversaires' season ahead, chock-full of commemorative concerts, established and emerging composers, aesthetic approaches, alternative venues, and related disciplines.

Composers Concordance strives to present contemporary music in innovative ways, with an emphasis on thematic programming. Gene Pritsker, Dan Cooper, and Milica Paranosic co-curate the programs, and lead CCE, the ensemble-in-residence at William Paterson University. Venues in recent seasons have included Bohemian National Hall, Chelsea Art Museum, Cutting Room, Dimenna Center, Drom NYC, Gallery MC, LPR, Miller Theater, the Museum of Natural History, and Weill Recital Hall, among many others. Composers Concordance was founded in 1984 by Joseph Pehrson and Patrick Hardish, advised by Otto Luening. It has also created a new record label, Composers Concordance Records, with distribution by Naxos. Composers Concordance's overriding vision is to see contemporary music, composers, and new works as a rightful and respected part of society. Good music, performed and recorded well, pushing the boundaries of sound and composition.
PRESS: for more information, please contact:
Composers Concordance
(646) 522-9442
info@composersconcordance.com
http://www.composersconcordance.com
http://composersconcordance.wix.com/2013-14season#!concerts/cjg9
http://composersconcordance.wix.com/ccensemble
http://www.composersconcordancerecords.com



DIRECTIONS:
Gallery MC is located at 549 West 52nd Street, New York, NY 10019 (between 10th and 11th Avenues.)

By Subway: C or E trains to 50th Street (8th Avenue) or the 1 train to 50th Street (Broadway.)
By Bus: M11 to 52nd Street.



28 Sep



United Kingdom
 Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 7.30pm 
Tavener: Flood of Beauty
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891
http://www.barbican.org.uk/eticketing

Britten Sinfonia
Martyn Brabbins conductor
Allison Bell soprano
Marcus Farnsworth baritone
Natalie Clein cello
Sheema Mukherjee sitar
Kuljit Bhamra tabla
Britten Sinfonia Voices
New London Chamber Choir
Eamonn Dougan Britten Sinfonia Voices Director

The Britten Sinfonia premieres Sir John Tavener’s last major concert work, Flood of Beauty (Saundarya Lahari).

Based on a Sanskrit poem by the 9th-century philosopher and poet Sankara, the piece is an attempt to show the rapture and bliss of the Divine Being through Hinduism – following Tavener's many revered musical journeys through Christianity, Islam and Judaism.

Flood of Beauty was devised by the late composer, who would have turned 70 this year, to be performed with the instruments of a normal symphony orchestra, but all spaced around the auditorium – with Indian classical instruments tabla and sitar completing the ensemble.

'The audience, so that they are, as it were, "surrounded" by bliss and beauty' Sir John Tavener


John Tavener : Flood of Beauty

29 Sep 
 
30 Sep 
 
1 Oct 
 
2 Oct 
 
3 Oct



Italy
 Friday, October 03, 2014 at 20:00 
ORCHESTRA DEL TEATRO LA FENICE
Venice Biennale
Venice
Italy

Francesco D’Orazio violin
Pascal Rophé conductor



Pascal Dusapin : Go (1992, 10’) Solo no. 1 from 7 Solos pour Orchestre (1992/2009)
Kaija Saariaho : Graal théâtre for violin and orchestra (1994, 25’)
John Adams : Doctor Atomic Symphony

3 Oct



United Kingdom
 Friday, October 03, 2014 at 19.30 
Cuarteto Casals
Tetbury Music Festival
St. Mary's Parish Church, Tetbury, Gloucestershire
United Kingdom
01666 503552
http://www.tetburymusicfestival.org.uk/Default.aspx

Cuarteto Casals
Nicolas Altstädt (cello)


This outstanding quartet from Spain juxtaposes the 18th with the 20th century before being joined by the cellist Nicolas Altstädt for one of the towering accomplishments of the 19th century.


Joseph Haydn : Quartet No 5 in F minor, opus 20
Gyorgy Ligeti : Quartet No 1, Metamorphoses Nocturnes
Franz Schubert : Quintet in C, opus 163

4 Oct



Spain
 Saturday, October 04, 2014 at 19.30 
Atlantis Piano Duo
Auditorio de Tres Cantos

Spain
http://www.festivaltrescantos.com

Sophia Hase & Eduardo Ponce



Valentín Ruiz : Presagios
Benet Casablancas : Tre Divertimenti para piano a cuatro manos
Manuel de Elias : Quimeras
Josep Soler : Coronación de espinas
Steve Reich : Piano Phase
Torstein Aagaard-Nilsen : In ES
Witold Lutoslawski : Variaciones sobre un tema de Paganini

5 Oct



Spain
 Sunday, October 05, 2014 at 12:00 
Cuarteto Bacarisse
Auditorio de Tres Cantos

Spain
http://www.festivaltrescantos.com

Cuarteto Bacarisse



Jose Luis Greco : Heart on hold
Mario Lavista : Reflejos de la noche
Ramón Paus : Cuarteto nº 4, “Cassiel”
María Luisa Ozaita : Dos movimientos para un cuarteto
Salvatore Sciarrino : Quartetto breve #5-Presto, un pensiero... Quartetto breve #6-La Malinconia
Valentín Ruiz : Cuarteto para el fin de las razas

5 Oct



United Kingdom
 Sunday, October 05, 2014 at Various times, all day 
BBCSO Total Immersion: John Tavener Remembered
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891
http://www.barbican.org.uk/eticketing

BBCSO et al

Concerts and films marking the life of John Tavener. 6 events in total. See here for further details: http://www.barbican.org.uk/music/classical.asp?t=month

John Tavener : Various

6 Oct 
 
7 Oct



Italy
 Tuesday, October 07, 2014 at 16:00 
Tribute to Sir Peter Maxwell Davies on his eightieth birthday
Venice Biennale
Venice
Italy

Arcadio Baracchi flute
Carlo Failli clarinet
Simone Beneventi percussions
Andrea Severi piano, harpsichord, vertical piano
Edoardo Rosadini viola
Duccio Ceccanti violin
Vittorio Ceccanti cello
Jari Boldrini dancer and choreograph (Vesalii Icones)
Mauro Ceccanti conductor




Peter Maxwell Davies : Fantasia and two Pavans from Henry Purcell per ensemble
Peter Maxwell Davies : Sonata for Violin Alone
Peter Maxwell Davies : Vesalii Icones for dancer, cello and ensemble

8 Oct



United Kingdom
 Wednesday, October 08, 2014 at 20:00 
ROMITELLI: AN INDEX OF METALS
Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
South Bank, London SE1
United Kingdom
08700 606 096
http://www.rfh.org.uk

André de Ridder conductor
Hila Plitmann mezzo soprano
Sound Intermedia sound projection
Paolo Pachini video art
Leonardo Romoli video art
Tony Simpson lighting
London Sinfonietta



In the final months before his death at the age of just 41, Romitelli fulfilled a lifetime ambition: to create ‘an experience of total perception, plunging the spectator into a magma of sounds, shapes and colours’. Like the light shows of the 1960s or today’s rave-culture, Romitelli’s work thrusts you into a psychedelic new landscape where your every sense is heightened. Combining an ensemble and singer with electronic distortion, video screens, a light show and surround sound, this is opera as you’ve never known it.

“This is a multimedia opera with projections, three video screens and an orchestra that's amplified and processed, in many of the ways you would normally transform a rock guitar. But it's all done live, in the moment, and then spun around the room in surround sound.” Ian Dearden, London Sinfonietta Principal Player (electronics)

Being performed in London for the first time, with the original video art by Paolo Pachini and Leonardo Romoli, it promises 'a violent, abstract narrative denuded of all operatic artifice, providing an initiation rite of immersion and a trance of light and sound.'



Fausto Romitelli : An Index of Metals

9 Oct



Italy
 Thursday, October 09, 2014 at 20:00 
ORQUESTA SINFÓNICA DE EUSKADI
Venice Biennale
Venice
Italy

Shizuyo Oka clarinet
Asier Polo cello
José Ramón Encinar conductor



Gabriel Erkoreka : Océano for orchestra
Ramón Lazkano : Ortzi Isilak for clarinet and orchestra
Luís de Pablo : Frondoso Misterio for cello and orchestra

10 Oct



Italy
 Friday, October 10, 2014 at 16:00 
DIVERTIMENTO ENSEMBLE
Venice Biennale
Venice
Italy

Lorenzo Missaglia flute
Luca Avanzi oboe
Maurizio Longoni clarinet
Andrea Mocci saxophone
Jonathan Pia trumper
Corrado Colliard trombone
Corrado Rojac accordion
Maria Grazia Bellocchio piano
Lorenzo d’Erasmo percussions
Lorenzo Gorli, Lorenzo Derinni violin
Maria Ronchini viola
Martina Rudic cello
Emiliano Amadori double bass

Laura Catrani soprano
Sandro Gorli conductor



Mauricio Kagel : Nordwesten for ensemble(1988/89, 8’) from Die Stücke der Windrose for Salonorchester
Aureliano Cattaneo : Canto for ensemble
Stefano Bulfon : Die Art des Meinens for voice and ensemble
Fablo Nieder : Der Schuh auf dem Weg zum Saturnio un canto d’amore for ensemble
Daniele Ghisi : abroad for soprano, ensemble and electronics, on texts by F. Pessoa

11 Oct



Italy
 Saturday, October 11, 2014 at 20:00 
ENSEMBLE INTERCONTEMPORAIN
Venice Biennale
Venice
Italy

Sophie Cherrier flute
Didier Pateau oboe
Jérôme Comte clarinet
Alain Billard, bass clarinet
Pascal Gallois bassoon
Jean-Christophe Vervoitte French horn
Jean-Jacques Gaudon trumpet
Jérôme Naulais trombone
Samuel Favre percussions
Dimitri Vassilakis, Hidéki Nagano piano
Jeanne-Marie Conquer, Hae-Sun Kang violin
Odile Auboin viola

Pierre Strauch cello
Nicolas Crosse double bass
Jean Michaël Lavoie conductor



Amir Shpilman : Iridescent Stasis for ensemble
Ondøej Adámek : Chamber Nôise I for cello and double bass
Denys Bouliane : Rythmes et échos des rivages anticostiens for 15 instruments
Dai Fujikura : Fifth Station for ensemble
Gyorgy Ligeti : Chamber Concerto for 13 instrumentalists

11 Oct



Wales
 Saturday, October 11, 2014 at 19.30 
John Corigliano and Richard Elfyn Jones
Brangwyn Hall
Guildhall, Swansea SA1 4PE
Wales
01792 475715
http://www.swansea.gov.uk/brangwynhall
mailto:Brangwyn.Hall@swansea.gov.uk

Roderick Williams (baritone)
Robin Tritschler (tenor)
Grant Llewellyn (conductor)
Thomas Trotter (organ)
Michael D’Avanzo Treble – chorister at
Hereford Cathedral

New York composer John Corigliano has set three major poems by Dylan Thomas for large vocal and orchestral resources, with all the colour and appeal of his award-winning film scores. Richard Elfyn Jones’ overture, similarly, shows off the full resources of organ and orchestra. An evening of unforgettable and thrilling sounds.



Richard Elfyn Jones : Brangwyn Festival Overture for organ & orchestra
John Corigliano : A Dylan Thomas Trilogy

12 Oct



United States
 Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 02:00pm 
BMOP Launches Season with Music for Orchestra and Electronics
Jordan Hall, Boston
30 Gainsborough Street
United States
617-585-1260
http://www.newenglandconservatory.edu

Tickets: $20 and Up
The Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), the nation’s premier orchestra dedicated exclusively to commissioning, performing, and recording new orchestral music, bridges the electro-acoustic divide in its season-opening concert. Spotlighting composers known for their virtuosic writing and electronic transformation of acoustic instruments, BMOP presents the world premiere of Anthony Paul De Ritis’s Riflessioni, featuring bassoonist Patrick De Ritis, and the Boston premieres of Ronald Bruce Smith’s Constellation and David Felder’s Les Quatre Temps Cardinaux, featuring soprano Laura Aikin and bass Ethan Herschenfeld.



Anthony Paul De Ritis : Riflessioni
Ronald Bruce Smith : Constellation
David Felder : Les Quatre Temps Cardinaux

12 Oct



Italy
 Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 20:00 
Katër i Radës (Il Naufragio) world premiere
Venice Biennale
Venice
Italy

Simona Gubello soprano
Marzia Marzo mezzosoprano
Stefano Luigi Mangia tenor
Alessia Tondo popular singer
Emanuela Pisicchio actress
Anna Chiara Ingrosso actress
Fabio Zullino actor

Admir Shkurtaj accordion and analogue oscillators
Marco Ignoti bass clarinet and clarinet in B flat
Giorgio Distante trumpet in B flat and live electronics
Jacopo Conoci cello
Vanessa Sotgiu piano
Pino Basile cupa cupe and percussion

in collaboration with Cantieri Teatrali Koreja, Lecce

followed by

VIOLINAT & LAPARDHASE poliphonic choir
traditional songs from Albania
with Nazo Çelaj, Nikolin Likaj, Meleq Çelaj, Sali Brahimaj, Valter Hodaj



Admir Shkurtaj : Katër i Radës (Il Naufragio)

13 Oct 
 
14 Oct 
 
15 Oct 
 

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