J.L. TULOU, E. WALCKIERS: VIRTUOSO WORKS FOR UNACCOMPANIED FLUTE
DECEMBER 2017: Tulou: Fantaisie pour la Flute sur un thême des « Les deux journées » de Cherubini « Un bienfait n'est jamais perdu » op. 41, Fantaisie pour la Flute sur « Les bonnes d’enfants » de Nicolas Brazier et Théophile Marion Dumersan. « Voilà le Plaisir, Mesdames, Voilà le Plaisir ! » op. 30, Fantaisie Air Ecossais - Fantaisie Brillante Op.29 | Walckiers: Solo Op. 47, Rondo, Variations sur "Au clair de la Lune", Valse en Fa Majeur
Paolo Dalmoro obtained his diploma from the Conservatoire of Turin with the highest mark and first class honors degree. He specialized with Renate Greiss and Mathias Allin. In 1987 he won the “Lessona” prize as best graduate for wind instrument. He cooperated as solo flute with the Orchestra of the Regio Theatre of Turin by playing in symphonic concerts, making recordings and going on tour in Tunisia. He has played in many Italian and foreigner cities (Sofia, Wolfsburg, Addis Abeba, Nairobi, Koln, Dusseldorf, Washington DC- NFA Convention, Huntington WV, Gallipolis OH) for important musical institutions and has recorded numerous Cds also of previously unpublished works for flute and piano which include the works of J.Demersseman, Giulio Briccialdi , Raffaele Galli, Marco Enrico Bossi. He taught flute at the Conservatoire of Turin and Benevento, Scuola di Alto Perfezionamento of Saluzzo and recently he has been Distinguished Professor at J.Marshall University (Huntington WV). Currently, he is specialized in ‘800 repertoires on historical instruments (Simple System flutes 5 – 14 keyed). In 1996 he became the artistic director of the Opera Munifica of Turin where he also organizes musical reviews dedicated to young musicians.