Then, Cristian Carrara from Pordenone presents his The waste land, for viola and orchestra, Danusha Wakiewica soloist, a reflection on today human condition tied to the spiritual dryness in present day society based on the poem written by T. S. Eliot. The composition comprises, as the traditional solo concert, three movements, with the central one slower and meditative than the other two. The writing of Carrara is affected, in its sonorities and expressive solutions, by demonstrable evidences of historical avant-garde, from Ravel to Stravinsky and Bartok, and of jazz, and it is far from experiments, flow and pleasant to listen. The performance sees a wonderful Danusha Wakiewicz unreaveling the dialectic relationship with orchestra with a beautiful sound, a rare technical perfection and a passionate musicality. Viola and orchestra did a high performance, welcomed by the audience with prolonged applauses.