Anacapri Masterclass 2022

The Anacapri Masterclass is confirmed in 2022: in the wonderful  Anacapri, professors and students will meet for a week dedicated to music and artistic experience.


The Masterclass offers to participants (students of violin, piano, cello, clarinet and chamber music) a full immersion week including lessons, concerts, seminars and workshops, in one of the most famous and renowned locations in the world.


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The Masterclass will take place from 16 to 24 July 2022 in Anacapri and our team is made up of:

  • Dmitri Berlinsky violin / chamber music
  • Johan Stern cello / chamber music
  • Leon Livshin piano / chamber music
  • Elias Faingersh solo trombone / scenic improvisation workshop
  • Anton Dressler clarinet / chamber music
  • Veronika Koprivica piano / chamber music and artistic direction

Now in its fifth edition, the Anacapri Masterclass can boast the precious collaboration of the Municipality of Anacapri and the various tourist and cultural operators present in the area.

The Masterclass has gradually consolidated its fame among international students: students from US, Germany, Austria, Eastern and Northern European conservatories are preparing for our winning, inspirational, energizing and positive musical week.

In the four previous editions the Masterclass has seen the collaboration with professors and exponents of the New York Academy of Music, Michigan State University, Conservatorie du Bruxelles, Conservatorie du Paris, Music Academy Gotebourg, Music Academy London, Gilldhul School of Music, Conservatory of Milan, Hochschule Hamburg, Wien Musik Akademie, Civic School of Milan, Akademija Pristina, Akademija Novi Sad, Conservatory of Moscow and St. Petersburg, Ricordi Music School of Milan, Liceo Margherita di Savoia of Naples.

In four editions professors and students played more than 20 concertos, had 320 hours of lessons, 60 hours of workshops and conferences.


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Festival Museo da Camera, Studio Museo Francesco Messina, Milan

Museo da Camera

During October 2021, the audience warmly applauded the opera and duets of Cecilia Bernini and Andrea Civetta and later the masterpieces of German romantic chamber music played by  Trio Concertato (Koprivica, Villanueva and Zyumbrovskiy).

In November, the two proposed concerts  feature young soloists whose careers are in the making, the Italian-English cellist Alessandro Parfitt and the Serbian pianist Viktor Radić.



The first appointment on November 13 contemplates the Baroque and Classical period with the Suite for Cello solo  by J. S. Bach and Beethoven’s first sonata for Piano and Cello.

This eighteenth-century opera was the first sonata composed for this combination of instruments, thanks to Beethoven’s inspiration for one of the most talented cellists of the time, Jean-Louis Duport.

Beethoven exploited the novelty to move more freely in the presentation of musical ideas and in the form of the composition (which, for example, has only two movements).

The suite of Cassadò, cellist and composer influenced like many Spanish composers of the early 20th century by Maurice Ravel, recalls the Sardanian dance, typical of Catalonia, with an impressionistic style.

The pianist Viktor Radic, in the concert on November 27, will present two important piano pieces: Carnaval by R. Schumann and Miroirs by M. Ravel, which with great delicacy connect and conclude the program of the month, with daring experiments on notes that are repeated in 22 short pieces and the theme of mirrors, favourite of contemporary musicians, artists and writers.

Francesco Messina Museum Studio, Via S. Sisto, 6, Milan (MM Duomo)

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Amore in maschera, Studio Museo Francesco Messina, Milan

Museo da Camera

Amore in maschera (9 October 2021 at 4 pm at the Studio Museum), proposed by the Concertato Association, is part of the MUSEO DA CAMERA series, in partnership with the Francesco Messina Studio Museo.

The idea of ​​offering concerts in the Studio Museo to the public was born in the difficult pandemic period to remind everyone of the importance of the arts and live entertainment.

During the temporary exhibitions in the Studio Museo, will be possible to attend to concerts, making the visit to the permanent exhibition of the works by Francesco Messina a unique experience for cultural proposal and location.

This program, in particular, includes reflexive and romantic arias and lyrics, evoking the inner searches related to love: the common instance is the journey, towards a new life, a new home, towards a true love, to find oneself and, finally, to realize the encounter with the Ideal.


Cecilia Bernini – mezzo soprano

Andrea Civetta – tenor

Veronika Koprivica – piano and artistic direction



Hahn: Si mes vers avaient des ailes
Thomas: Connais tu le pays (recitative from the opera Mignon)
Gounod: Hello! Demaure chaste et pure (aria from the opera Faust)
Bernstein: Somewhere Duet (from the opera La fanciulla del West)
Saint Saens: Mon cour s’ouvre a ta voix (from the opera Sanson et Dalila)
Debussy: Nuit d’etoiles
Respighi: Night
L. Bernstein: Balcony scene (from the opera La fanciulla del West)


Francesco Messina Museum Studio, Via S. Sisto, 6, Milan (MM Duomo)

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Café des Arts with Concertato in Savona

In the beautiful set of the Antico Teatro Sacco in Savona, with the contribution of the De Mari Foundation, we stage the story of musicians who meet at the Café  and talk about their hopes, emotions, experiences with music, culture, verses, and with  some little surprise for the audience.

Café des Arts



In the program of the Café Montparnasse, Ravel, Faure, Debussy, Puccini and Rossini with  Federica Grumiro – soprano, Cecilia Bernini – mezzosoprano, Andrea Civetta – tenor, Armando Napoletano – baritone, Marino Campanaro – actor, Sofia Villanueva – violin, Alexander Zyumbrovskiy – cello, Veronika Koprivica, piano and artistic direction.

Antico Teatro Sacco: Via Quadra Superiore 1, Savona, reservations required.


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Event at the Messina Museum on 7 September 2021

The concert deliberately breaks the formality of a classical concert, making an operatic / instrumental representation closer especially for young people with a theatrical and innovative position of the instrumentalists on stage, in the midst of the guests.

In the program of the Café di Montparnasse, Ravel, Faure, Debussy, Puccini and Rossini in the company of the singers Federica Grumiro – soprano, Cecilia Bernini – mezzosoprano, Andrea Civetta – tenor, Armando Napoletano – baritone, Marino Campanaro – actor, Sofia Villanueva – violin, Alexander Zyumbrovskiy – cello, Veronika Koprivica, piano and artistic direction.

During the discussions on the most interesting repertoires and musical salons of the time in Europe, the music of O. Respighi: Notte, G. Faure: Claire du Lune and Apres un reve, C. Debussy: Trio G major, III and IV will be performed mov, G. Puccini: Waltzer Musetta, G. Rossini: Duo Soirees Musicalles, duet “dei Gatti” and the quartet Il Carnevale di Venezia.

Antico Teatro Sacco: Via Quadra Superiore 1, Savona, reservations required.


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In the starting event of the TMD 2021- Sózài exhibition by Terra Migaki Design at the Francesco Messina Museum, our artistic director Veronika Koprivica will play composition by Olivier Messiaen, Alexander Scriabin and the world premiere of the Preludi composition composed by herself.

The event will be held on 7 September 2021 at 6 pm at the Museum in via San Sisto 4 in Milan (MM1 Duomo) and is by invitation.

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Poster Masterclass 2021

The Masterclass returns to Anacapri in 2021, with six professors, concerts, events and labs in the wonderful context of the city of Anacapri, in the fabled Capri Island in Italy.

The classical tradition joins improvisation in a wonderful stage, overflowing with art and history, an unrepeatable experience for anyone, professors, students, visitors in the  island of Capri.

Students will experience a week of full immersion with lessons, concerts, events and labs, living with established musicians, exchanging music and experiences, in a truly special study holiday.

The Anacapri Masterclass is a unique event and in 2021 it will be even more interesting, lively, open and international.

We are waiting for you from 10 to 18 July 2021 in Anacapri!

For further details and registration, visit this page.

The program is in this page.


For information: or +39 348 296 20 97 (Whatsapp, Viber, Messenger, Signal).



Dmitri Berlinsky and Veronika Koprivica,  Masterclass Anacapri 2019


The workshop and meetings are organized in accordance with the health regulations in force at the time of the event. Participants are required to scrupulously observe the instructions of the authorities and organizers.


For information: or +39 348 296 20 97

L’ Associazione

Siamo un gruppo di musicisti professionisti, intenditori ascoltatori e promotori della musica. Crediamo che la musica rappresenti un’importantissima componente della nostra vita culturale e che con l’ascolto, la partecipazione e la formazione si diffonda la sua bellezza. Pensiamo anche che la musica rappresenti uno stimolo per lo  sviluppo di ogni individuo, ma contribuisca soprattutto al benessere di tutti.