Posts Tagged ‘Luciano Berio’

Annamaria Morini on RAI Radio3

On December 25th. 2011 at 20:30 (GMT+1)
on Rai Radio3 @ http://www.rai.tv/dl/RaiTV/popup/player_radio.html?v=3

Silvana Torto, Mezzosoprano
Annamaria Morini, flute
Alvise Vidolin, sound direction

This concert was recorded on November 5. 2011 at San Fedele Auditorium in Milan (Italy), in occasion of Milano Musica Festival.

Program:
Roberto Doati (1953) – La scala non procede oltre (2009)
video and live electronics

Agostino di Scipio (1962) – Senza titolo 2011
for female voice and electroacoustic devices
Milano Musica commission
Première

Nicola Sani (1961) - I binari del tempo (1998)
for flute and magnetic tape

Luciano Berio (1925 – 2003) – Thema (Hommage to Joyce) (1958)
for magnetic tape
Electro-acoustic elaboration of Cathy Berberian’s voice
Production: Studio di Fonologia RAI, Milan;
Restoration and re-editing: Centro Tempo Reale, Florence

Martino Traversa (1960) – Bianco, ma non troppo (1995-96)
for bass flute and tape

Luigi Nono (1924 – 1990) – La fabbrica illuminata (1964)
for soprano and magnetic tape in four tracks
Text by Giuliano Scabia, with some verses written by Cesare Pavese
Parte I. Corale I
Corale II
Corale III
Corale IV
Parte II. Giro del letto
Parte III: Tutta la città
Finale

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Annamaria Morini and Enzo Porta in concert!!!

November 12. 2011 at Museo della Musica in Bologna, Italy:
preview of the film: Sul nome B.A.C.H. Contrappunti con l’arte della fuga, by Francesco Leprino. A journey in Germany from Eisenach to Lubech, looking for Bach (Al Gran Sole, Italia – Germania, 2008/2011 – Rinning time: 115′).
With Luigi Verdi (composer and musicologist) and Carlo Vitali (musicologist).
Annamaria Morini (flute) and Enzo Porta (violin) will perform: Alessandro Solbiati – Contrapunctus for flute and violin.
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November 27. 2011 at Palazzo Mazziotti in Caiazzo (Caserta), for the Autunno Musicale di Caserta:
Annamaria Morini (flute) and Enzo Porta (violin) in concert.
Program:
Aldo Clementi - Luciano Berio for flute and violin
Franco Donatoni - da Argot (1979) two pieces for violin – n. 2
Oscar Bianchi - Gr… for flute (2010/11). World premiere of the version in C for flute by A. Morini
Bruno Maderna - Dialodia for flute and violin
Niccolò Castiglioni – Romanzetta for flute/flute in G
Luciano Berio – Sequenza VIII for violin
Giacomo Manzoni – Frase 2 for flute and violin

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Annamaria Morini at Milano Musica Festival

November 5th. 2011 at 20:30 (GMT+1)
at Auditorium San Fedele in Milan (Italy) for the twentieth Milano Music Festival:

Silvia Torto, mezzo-soprano
Annamaria Morini, flute
Alvise Vidolin, sound direction

Program:
Roberto Doati (1953) – La scala non procede oltre (2009)
video and live electronics

Agostino di Scipio (1962) – Senza titolo 2011
for female voice and electroacoustic devices
Milano Musica commission
Première

Nicola Sani (1961) - I binari del tempo (1998)
for flute and magnetic tape

Luciano Berio (1925 – 2003) – Thema (Hommage to Joyce) (1958)
for magnetic tape
Electro-acoustic elaboration of Cathy Berberian’s voice
Production: Studio di Fonologia RAI, Milan;
Restoration and re-editing: Centro Tempo Reale, Florence

Martino Traversa (1960) – Bianco, ma non troppo (1995-96)
for bass flute and tape

Luigi Nono (1924 – 1990) – La fabbrica illuminata (1964)
for soprano and magnetic tape in four tracks
Text by Giuliano Scabia, with some verses written by Cesare Pavese
Parte I. Corale I
Corale II
Corale III
Corale IV
Parte II. Giro del letto
Parte III: Tutta la città
Finale

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Marco Fusi on Limenmusic Web Tv

By now you can find a new concert on Limenmusic Web Tv at www.limenmusic.com: Marco Fusi in concert

Marco Fusi is a violinist and a composer. He studied at “G.Verdi” conservatoire in Milan, and then he attended specialization courses with Pavel Vernikov, Jeanne Marie Conquer, Ernst Kovacic and Dimitrios Polisoidis.
The involvement with contemporary music has led him to several performances of “recent” music (such as numerous first performances of Castiglioni, Eötvös, Sciarrino, Vacchi, Solbiati, Cattaneo, Shimura…).
Marco is also a composer. His compositions have been performed in many concert halls…
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In this concert:

Salvatore Sciarrino – 6 capricci (1976)
I. Vivace
II. Andante
III. Assai agitato
IV. Volubile
V. Presto
VI. Con brio

Luciano Berio – Sequenza VIII (1976)

Franco Donatoni – CIGLIO (1989)

Alessandro Solbiati – Due Adagi (Tiresia e la Pizia) (2003)
I. Da lontano
II. Con nostalgia

Federico Gardella – Estroso (2008)

Lorenzo Pagliei - Moto perpetuo n. 1 (2010)

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Mauro Negri meets Fabrizio Meloni – DUETS vol. 2

From April 26th, 2011 will be available in major music stores and e-commerce site the second volume belonging to DUETS series, where Jazz meets contemporary music.

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Mauro Negri – Fabrizio Meloni
Il clarinetto nel jazz e nel ‘900 italiano

drum: Maxx Furian
piano: Nazzareno Carusi

CD+DVD – Limen Jazz - DUETS vol. 2

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Contemporary music and italian Jazz are meeting in this new project by Limen music & arts, born from the collaboration with Warner Chappell Music Italiana editions, devoted to great duets, in which the artists inquire into the intersections between repertoires apparently differents and irreconcilable.
The second volume of this collection, is dedicated to the clarinet, thanks to extraordinary interpreters: Fabrizio Meloni, worldwide renowned and appreciated musicians, since 1984 holds the prestigious role of First Clarinet Soloist of the Theater and Philamonic of La Scala in Milan, and Mauro Negri, clarinetist and saxofonist of international fame, that has collaborated with great name of jazz culture, like Kenny Wheeler, Billy Cobhan and Albert Mangesldorff.
Accompanied by Maxx Furian, Mauro Negri opens this album with six unpublished and original pieces, that show to the audience his talent both as compositor and interpreters.
Fabrizio Meloni, enchants the audience with his expressivity and security, thanks to his interpretation of Luciano Berio, Armando Gentilucci and Claude Debussy’s pieces.

For more info about the album and the interpreters, please visit our Press Area

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Marco Fusi at Limenmusic

Today the talented italian violinist Marco Fusi will record in Limenmusic’s studio a concert for the Web Tv.

He studied at “G.Verdi” conservatoire in Milan, and then he attended specialization courses with Pavel Vernikov, Jeanne Marie Conquer, Ernst Kovacic and Dimitrios Polisoidis.
Marco Fusi is also a composer: his compositions have been performed in many concert halls, including Verbania’s “Per Adesso” festival, “Batique” festival and Notturni in Villa Simonetta (Milan), “rassegna Fiesolana” (Fiesole), Disney Hall (Los Angeles).

In particular, he will perform for us:

Luciano Berio – Sequenza VIII
Salvatore Sciarrino - 6 capricci
Franco Donatoni - Ciglio
Alessandro Solbiati - Due adagi – Tiresia e la Pizia
Federico Gardella - Estroso
Lorenzo Pagliei - Miti perpetui

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