photo: Pino Covino

New CD release on September 4th "Lake reflections" for flute and harp
My dear friend Eva Oertle, flutist, and I just recorded a very poetical CD with music inspired by the element "water".

Video presentation of the CD:

Video with harp and guitar:




Behind the bars of Consuelo Giulianelli’s harp strings, Sylvia Nopper imitates a nightingale, she gets bored as a saint while leaning against the harp’s column, or she gets scared listening to the sound of winter rain which recalls little mice steps.
In dialog with one another, the also harpist Nopper and the also singer and reciter Giulianelli mark one of the highlights of Lucerne Festival.
Basler Zeitung, 16.9.2003

Consuelo Giulianelli gave an excellent impression. From the very first moment her pearly, crystal clear playing was able to impress...
Neue Zuger Zeitung, Switzerland

Consuelo Giulianelli proved to be a sensitive musician, flexible and full of fantasy. She managed to express Debussy’s impressionistic style in an authentic way through parallel chords, beautiful sounds medled with the orchestra colours and through a measured elegance in the ceremonial gesture of the “danse sacrée” and courageous lightness int the “danse profane”. Wonderful!
Der Landbote, Winterthur

With a clear and grateful message... the piece was marvellously interepreted by the young harpist Consuelo Giulianelli...
L’Informatore, Lugano

Consuelo Giulianelli showed that the harp is an absolute fascinating solo instrument, and not only to listen to but also to look at. She performed the concert with a great variety of tempo and volume and therefore managed to give a really successful interpretation...
Neue Zuger Zeitung, Switzerland

Giulianelli gave a deep impression especially because of the control over her instrument, the way she struck the strings - sometimes imperative, or subdued or fulll of expectation - and the quality of sound, rich of virtuosistic leaps and fascinating tones. Immediately one has the impression of a mature musician, capable of intellectually dominating the “form” of the music and to tune herself clearly to its expressive waves.
La Nuova, Venice

Consuelo Giulianelli’s performance was distinguished by a perfect technique, a generous interpretation and a variety in the dynamics... the harpist, who accompanied herself, showed to be a talented singer and she shined not only in various folk songs, but also as an interpreter of John Dowland and Béla Bartòk. Toward the end of the versatile and high-quality concert, in Prokofiev and Salzedo the harpist showed once more her gorgeous ability, sensitivity and carismatic power in playing.
Zuger Zeitung, Switzerland

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