The first initiative promoted by the association was the innovative “Brahms a Milano”, a project aiming to program the integral chamber music works of Johannes Brahms. All proceeds went to associations operating for social inclusion.
Thanks to the meeting with influential musicians sensitive to historically informed performance practice, Alice Baccalini developed a curiosity and passion for the performance of classical repertoire on original instruments. Today she studies in Stuttgart and is pursuing research in fortepiano and historical piano at the Musikhochschule, under the guidance of Stefania Neonato.
The 20/21 season sees her performing chamber music in concerts and recordings throughout Italy with musicians such as Suyeon Kang, Giorgio Casati, Pablo Hernan, Ursina Maria Braun, Michele Fattori, Eduardo Beltran, Emiliano Rodolfi, Daniele Bolzonella, Cecilia Ziano and Nuala McKenna. 2021 will see the publication of Alice's first CD, dedicated to piano works by Johannes Brahms.