A project by Pinacoteca di Brera in collaboration with Le Dimore del Quartetto

The ensemble that performs this month is Quartetto Indaco, from Italy, who will play the Quatuor à cordes en Fa Majeur / IV Vif et agité by M. Ravel.

The artwork from which the Quartet takes inspiration is “Riot in the Gallery” by Umberto Boccioni (click here to discover more about this painting).

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Eleonora Matsuno, violin
Ida Di Vita, violin
Jamiang Santi, viola
Cosimo Carovani, cello 

The Quartetto Indaco was founded in 2007 at the Fiesole Music School, thanks to the impetus of Piero Farulli and Andrea Nannoni, and is now considered one of the most interesting Italian string quartets of its generation. Particularly appreciated by the public for its extraordinary communication, the Quartetto Indaco has always received excellent reviews from specialized critics who have defined its performances as “an amazing fireworks display, so brilliant that the walls of the hall barely contained it”. “Compact ensemble, full of enamel and exuberance”, the Quartetto Indaco highlights its artistic qualities in a vast repertoire, from classical to contemporary, with a particular predilection for 19th and 20th century authors. In addition, the Quartetto Indaco carries out in-depth research on Italian authors and is dedicated to the diffusion of new musical languages.



Brera/Musica is an innovative interdisciplinary project created by the Brera Gallery to explore the relationship between the visual arts and music, integral part of the academic, intellectual and artistic dimension’s development of the artworks at Pinacoteca.

This offer renovates and enriches itself  starting from January 20th until September 2022 thanks to the collaboration with Le Dimore del Quartetto. The initiative, curated by Clive Britton, is composed of one online concert on the third Thursday of every month, available online from 6 pm on Pinacoteca di Brera’s website. Every performance is accompanied by an artwork of the Pinacoteca, from which the musicians take inspiration.

The appointments of 2022 will see young ensembles of Le Dimore del Quartetto’s network coming from different countries and selected by the artistic director Simone Gramaglia, violist of Quartetto di Cremona.

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