[…] In front of a good number of spectators, (…), the protagonists of the evening were Susy Picchio, soprano, showgirl and actress (…); saxophonist Isabella Stabio awarded at the Golden Music Awards in New York and Grand Prize Virtuoso in London; the composer, arranger and pianist Massimiliano Brizio, who performs with equal dexterity in the classical and jazz repertoire; guest the soprano Daniela Donaggio, (…). An ensemble in great shape, whose program was presented incisively and with affability by Susy Picchio. (…). And then a sequence of immediately recognizable and famous evergreens by G. Gershwin, C. Porter, J. Kander, L. Arditi, N. Piovani and A. Piazzolla, interspersed with clear solos by Isabella Stabio, including Gabriel’s oboe by Morricone, and by Massimiliano Brizio, (…) along a geographical path from the USA to Spain, from France to Italy and even to Naples.

Gianni Drascek