Archive for December, 2010

This week on Limenmusic Web tv: Limen Ensemble in concert

From December 29th 2010 on Limenmusic Web Tv (Channel 1): Limen Ensemble plays Franco Donatoni.

The musical group, directed by Yoichi Sugiyama,  is made up of:
Cristina Ardizzone (violin)
Eiichi Chijiiwa (violin)
Giorgio Casati (cello)
Matteo Del Soldà (viola)
Elitza Demirova (violin)
Arianna Dotto (violin)
Paolo Fumagalli (viola)
Luca Magariello (cello)
Saya Nagasaki (violin)
Samuele Sciancalepore (double-bass)
Livio Salvatore Troiano (violin)

You can also enjoy:

Enrico Dindo and Monica Cattarossi play Piazzolla
Valentino Zucchiatti and Takahiro Yoshikawa in concert
Silvia Chiesa and Maurizio Baglini play Mendelsshon
Aki Kuroda plays Skrjabin
Tatiana Larionova – 6 Moments musicaux Op.16

We remember you that the concerts no longer present in the Channel 1 schedule will be avaible in the On Demand area of the Web Tv.

Corrado Rojac plays Pozzoli, Brehme and Bach
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Alfonso Alberti – Ritratto di Niccolò Castiglioni
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New recordings for Limenmusic: Takahiro Yoshikawa

This week the young and talented Japanese pianist, Takahiro Yoshikawa will record in Limenmusic’s studio a concert for a new CD+DVD box set.

This discographical work his entirely dedicated to the night, infact Takahiro will perform a series of tracks that recall the atmosphere of the night:

Ludwing van Beethoven
Piano Sonata N. 14 in C-sharp minor Op. 27 n. 2
I Adagio
II Allegretto
III Preso agitato

Frédéric Chopin
Nocturnes Op. 27
n. 1 in C-sharp minor
n. 2 in D-flat major

Franz Liszt
Études d’exécution transcendante n. 11 “Harmonies du Soir” S. 139 n. 11

Maurice Ravel
Gaspard de la Nuit
I. Ondine
II. Le Gibet
III. Scarbo

Waiting for the CD+DVD box set, you can listen to Takahiro Yoshikawa on Limenmusic Web TV.

Takahiro Yoshikawa in concert
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Takahiro Yoshikawa plays Stravinsky – Ravel
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Takahiro Yoshikawa plays Liszt – Wagner
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Duo V. Zucchiatti – T. Yoshikawa in concert
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Takahiro Yoshikawa plays Chopin
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Collateral effects, by Sonia Arienta

Here is the second appointment with Sonia Arienta‘s column.
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Ingredients

Before buying food products or clothes read labels is anyway recommended. Ingredients or tissue’s composition beware buyer about items quality. Why not to be so scrupulous in considering cultural products ingredients? After all they involve very close up to our body, brain in the case in point, organ fairly important for living creatures in the general and humans in particular.
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This week on Limenmusic Web Tv: Aki Kuroda in concert

From December 22nd, 2010 on Limenmusic Web Tv (Channel 1): Aki Kuroda plays A. N. Skrjabin.

In homage to the Russian composer and pianist Alexander Skrjabin, she performs for us:

Scriabin – Sonata for piano n.4 Op. 30 (1903)
Scriabin – Sonata for piano n.9 Op. 68 “Black Mass” (1912-1913)
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For the trailer of the concert, please click here.

You can also enjoy:

Alfonso Alberti – Ritratto di Niccolò Castiglioni
Enrico Dindo and Monica Cattarossi play Piazzolla
Valentino Zucchiatti and Takahiro Yoshikawa in concert
Corrado Rojac plays Pozzoli, Brehme and Bach
Tatiana Larionova – 6 Moments musicaux Op.16

Look at the schedule.

We remember you that the concerts no longer present in the Channel 1 schedule will be avaible in the On Demand area of the Web Tv.

Takahiro Yoshikawa plays Chopin
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Vanessa Benelli Mosell in concert
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Maurizio Baglini – Quadri da una esposizione
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New recordings for Limenmusic: String sextet of Accademia Teatro alla Scala

Today the String sextet of Accademia Teatro alla Scala has recorded in Limenmusic’s studio a concert for the Web Tv.

Founded in 2009, the musical group is made up of Livio Salvatore Troiano (violin) Aldo Sebastian Cicchini (violin), Luca Guidi (viola), Paolo Fumagalli (viola), Gianluca Muzzolon (cello) and Alejandro Mariangel Pradenas (cello).

In homage to the Italian composer Franco Donatoni, they performed his Sestetto.

About String sextet

Accademia Teatro alla Scala

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This week on Limenmusic Web tv

From December 15th, 2010 on Limenmusic Web Tv (Channel 1): Corrado Rojac plays Pozzoli, Brehme and Bach.
Corrado Rojac is one of the most popular italian accordionist, currently he plays soloist and chamber music, focusing on the accordion repertoire.
Since 1997 he has been playing with the Milan Divertimento Ensemble under the guidance of Sandro Gorli and he collaborated also with the Risognanze ensemble in Milan and FontanaMix in Bologna.

You can also enjoy:

Takahiro Yoshikawa plays Chopin
Enrico Dindo and Monica Cattarossi play Piazzolla
Vanessa Benelli Mosell in concert
Maurizio Baglini – Quadri da una esposizione
Tatiana Larionova – 6 Moments musicaux Op.161

Look at the schedule.

We remember you that the concerts no longer present in the Channel 1 schedule will be avaible in the On Demand area of the Web Tv.

Sonia Formenti and Aki Kuroda play F. Donatoni
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Alfonso Alberti – Ritratto di Niccolò Castiglioni
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Intersections, by Alfonso Alberti

The consequences of a totally-white painting

The Fifties in New York were an extraordinary time, due to the intertwining (human and artistic) life courses of great musicians and great visual artists.
Once, in those years, Morton Feldman, the composer, visited Bob Rauschenberg’s studio and came out of it with one of his Black Paintings, paid sixteen dollars and some change – all that he had in his pockets. The painting was hauled on John Cage’s Ford, the same car that, in another occasion, Cage would use for “inking” a painting, also by Rauschenberg, passing over it with blue ink-soaked tires.
The Black Paintings were all black; but Rauschenberg created also paintings that were completely white. Not partly, or almost completely, white. No, white – that’s all. One of the early reviewers of the 1953 exhibition, in which Eleanor Ward showed the White Paintings, was really Cage, who declared, fancy that, that the white paintings were not exactly white. Instead, they were “airports of the lights, shadows and particles”…
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Takahiro Yoshikawa on air @ J-WAVE 81.3 FM

On Sunday, December 12th, 2010 from 8:45 (GMT+9) to 9:00 (GMT+9): the internationally renowned pianist Takahiro Yoshikawa will be  host of a Japanese Web Radio: J-WAVE 81.3 FM, in the program “Peace of Heart“, navigator : Rina FUKAZAWA.

Takahiro will preset his CD:

Takahiro Yoshikawa, piano
Frédéric Chopin
Limen classic & contemporary

About the record

During the broadcasting you’ll be able to listen to a track extract from the CD: Polonaise No. 6 in A-flat major Op. 53 “Eroica”

More info @ www.j-wave.co.jp/original/peaceofheart/

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This week on Limenmusic Web Tv

From December 8th, 2010 on Limenmusic Web Tv (Channel 1): Takahiro Yoshikawa plays Chopin.

You can also enjoy:

Enrico Dindo and Monica Cattarossi play Piazzolla
Sonia Formenti and Aki Kuroda play F. Donatoni
Alfonso Alberti – Ritratto di Niccolò Castiglioni
Maurizio Baglini – Quadri da una esposizione
Tatiana Larionova – 6 Moments musicaux Op.161

Look at the schedule.

We remember you that the concerts no longer present in the Channel 1 schedule will be avaible in the On Demand area of the Web Tv.

Tilly Cernitori and Désirée Succuglia in concert
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Fabrizio Meloni, Sauro Berti and Naomi Fujiya play Mendelssohn
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Collateral effects, by Sonia Arienta

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From today begin the meetings with the italian musicologist Sonia Arienta, who offers us a series of reflections about cultural politics immediate and future effects, concerning especially operatic world, and their collateral effects.
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Here’s the first article:

Collateral effects.

There are different censure’s typologies. The most unequivocal and intrusives ones, namely prohibitions and bans imposed by national governments and institutions over the centuries and still existing nowadays at different latitudes, there are not the most wicked ones. Not at all. As they are patent, they allow specialists (authors, musicians, composers, writers, artists) and audience to protect themself, to react, to find creative solutions circumventing them…
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