Trittico Toscano (Tuscan Triptyque - 2015) is a homage to the historic town of Pienza in Tuscany. Pienza, in the beautiful region of Val d'Orcia south of Siena, is widely known as the "ideal" city of the Renaissance, the creation of the great humanist Enea Silvio Piccolomini, who became Pope Pius II.The project was designed by the architect Bernardo Rossellino. In just 3 years he made a series of beautiful and harmonious buildings: the Cathedral, the papal residence or Palazzo Piccolomini, the Municipality, and the lovely central square. Pio II square has a harmonic form that gives great dignity and solemnity in all the surrounding buildings, built in travertine stone.
SALTARELLO is the last piece of the suite, a medieval Italian dance in two sections inspired to the beautiful Palazzo Piccolomini in Pienza.