Evening Concert at the Giuseppe Verdi Opera House celebrating Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste's first 30 years of light

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The evening concert entitled 'Elettra 30 Years of Light' took place on Monday 27 November 2023 at the Giuseppe Verdi opera house in Trieste as part of the celebrations for the 30th anniversary of the first electron accumulation and light experiment of Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste.

After the welcome by Alfonso Franciosi, President and CEO of Elettra, who illustrated the investments and projects under development, including Elettra 2.0,  Pietro Signoriello, the Prefect of Trieste; Alessia Rosolen, Councillor of the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia; Alberto Aloisio, Administrator of Area Science Park and Rinaldo Rui Director of the Trieste INFN Section took turns on stage confirming the company's excellence in scientific research and its international openness.

Renzo Rosei, considered one of the founding fathers of Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste, dedicated a special recollection of the path that led to the establishment of the center, its first steps, and the spirit shared by his colleagues who had believed in the project from its very beginnings and who supported them even in difficult times.

Many prestigious guests attended the event, including the Questore Pietro Ostuni, the President of the Conservatorio Tartini Daniela Dado, and various delegates from Area Science Park, the National Research Council, the Institute of Nuclear Physics, and representatives of Trieste's and the region's science system.
In addition to testimonies of Elettra's past and present and visions of its future, the musical programme organised in collaboration with the Conservatorio Tartini included performances of works by Schubert and Brahms by the Duo Sofia De Martis - violin, Matteo Di Bella - piano, followed by the Brass Quintet composed of Ivan Oliva and Luca Bellodi on trumpets, Marco Cernecca on horn, Riccardo Pitacco on trombone and Federico Guglielmo Ficiur on bassotuba, with a repertoire that included works by Jean-Joseph Mouret, Giovanni Gabrieli, George Frideric Händel, Gioacchino Rossini, Richard Wagner and Leonard Bernstein, and David Short.

On Wednesday 20 December, during Elettra's XMas plenary meeting, the concert was commemorated with a celebratory video reviewing the most significant moments of the event.
 

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 January 2024 14:32