Broadcast & Podcast

3 April 2020 | Luca Ciammarughi | Radio Classica - podcast | RITRATTI | Sergio Fiorentino - Rachmaninoff complete solo piano works     «Questa puntata di Ritratti è dedicata alla presentazione, con numerosi ascolti, dello splendido cofanetto "Sergio Fiorentino - Rachmaninoff - Complete Solo piano Works", edito da Rhine Classics. / This podcast of "Ritratti" is dedicated to the presentation, with numerous listenings, of the splendid box set "Sergio Fiorentino - Rachmaninoff - Complete Solo Piano Works", released by Rhine Classics.» [ITA]
 5 June 2019 | Luca Ciammarughi | Radio Classica - podcast | TOP-TEN | Franco Gulli | reDiscovered     «Top Ten è oggi dedicata a 10 ascolti da un fantastico box Rhine Classics che ci rivela l’arte del violinista Franco Gulli, fra i grandi del Novecento. / Today "Top-Ten" is dedicated to 10 listenings from a fantastic box by Rhine Classics which reveals the art of violinist Franco Gulli, one of the greatest of the XXth Century.» [ITA]
15 May 2019 | Luca Ciammarughi | Radio Classica - podcast | TOP-TEN | Pietro Scarpini - dal barocco al contemporaneo     «A Top Ten, dieci ascolti selezionati dal cofanetto-rivelazione Rhine Classics dedicato a un grande pianista del Novecento: Pietro Scarpini. Trasmetteremo musiche di: Bach-Scarpini, Scarlatti, Mozart, Schubert, Brahms, Prokofiev, Scriabin, Stravinsky, Dallapiccola, Villa-Lobos, Janáček. / "Top-Ten", presents ten listenings selected from the Rhine Classics 'revelation-box' dedicated to a great pianist of the XXth Century: Pietro Scarpini. We will broadcast music by: Bach-Scarpini, Scarlatti, Mozart, Schubert, Brahms, Prokofiev, Scriabin, Stravinsky, Dallapiccola, Villa-Lobos and Janáček.» [ITA]
2 April 2019 | Luca Ciammarughi | Radio Classica - podcast | IL PIANISTA | Sergio Fiorentino live in Taiwan     «Stasera “Il pianista” è dedicato a un’imperdibile pubblicazione dedicata a Sergio Fiorentino: un recital che l’immenso pianista napoletano tenne a Taipei nel maggio 1998. Ritorna alla luce grazie all’etichetta Rhine Classics, impegnata nella “Sergio Fiorentino Edition”. Musiche di Beethoven e Rachmaninov. / Tonight “Il pianista” is dedicated to an unmissable release dedicated to Sergio Fiorentino: a recital that the immense Neapolitan pianist held in Taipei in May 1998. He returns to light thanks to Rhine Classics label, engaged in the “Sergio Fiorentino Edition”. Listenings by Beethoven and Rachmaninov.» [ITA]
15 January 2019 | Luca Ciammarughi | Radio Classica - podcast | IL PIANISTA | Pietro Scarpini - Mozart     «A “Il Pianista” oggi ci dedichiamo a un grande interprete storico, Pietro Scarpini, finalmente pienamente valorizzato grazie alla riscoperta e il restauro di sue interpretazioni da parte dell’etichetta Rhine Classics. / At "Il Pianista" today we dedicate ourselves to a great historic interpreter, Pietro Scarpini, finally fully valued thanks to the rediscovery and restoration of his interpretations by Rhine Classics label.» [ITA]
15 June 2017 | Norbert Hornig | Deutschlandfunk (German Radio) - broadcast | Historische Aufnahmen | Belcanto und virtuoses Feuer | Der Geiger Aldo Ferraresi     «Man nannte ihn den „Gigli der Violine“, dennoch ist der Name Aldo Ferraresi heute kaum mehr ein Begriff. Ferraresi, 1902 in Ferrara geboren, gehörte zu den bedeutendsten italienischen Geigern des 20. Jahrhunderts. Auf Empfehlung von Jan Kubelik studierte er noch bei Eugène Ysaye, der ihn als einen seiner besten Schüler bezeichnete. Ferraresi profilierte sich als Konzertmeister, Kammermusiker und Solist. Er konzertierte in vielen Ländern Europas, in Russland und den USA mit namhaften Dirigenten wie Hermann Scherchen, Hans Knappertsbusch, Artur Rodzinski und Carlo Maria Giulini. Auch als Violinpädagoge machte sich Ferraresi einen Namen, in späteren Jahren unterrichtete er am Konservatorium Niccolò Piccinni in Bari, das von Nino Rota geleitet wurde. Erst jetzt wird das diskografische Vermächtnis des Geigers wiederentdeckt. / He was called the "Gigli of the Violin", but the name Aldo Ferraresi is hardly remembered today. Ferraresi, born in Ferrara in 1902, was one of the most important Italian violinists of the XXth Century. On the recommendation of Jan Kubelik, he studied with Eugène Ysaye, who described him as one of his best students. Ferraresi made a name for himself as a concert master, chamber musician and soloist. He has given concerts in many European countries, in Russia and the USA with well-known conductors such as Hermann Scherchen, Hans Knappertsbusch, Artur Rodzinski and Carlo Maria Giulini. Ferraresi also made a name for himself as a violin teacher, in later years he taught at the Niccolò Piccinni Conservatory in Bari, which was headed by Nino Rota. Only now his recorded legacy has been rediscovered.» [GER sub ENG]
14 May 2017 | Keith Goodman | Radio Vaticana (Vatican Radio) - broadcast | introducing our two first releases: Aldo Ferraresi (RH-001 | 18CD box) and Wanda Luzzato (RH-002 | 8CD box).  [ITA]