Posts Tagged ‘San Fedele Auditorium’

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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Alfonso Alberti in concert at Festival MITO

On September 8th 2011 at 09.00 p.m. (GMT+1) at Auditorium San Fedele in Milan: Alfonso Alberti in concert!

Program:

Arnold Schoenberg – Drei Klavierstücke op. 11
Arnold Schoenberg - Lieder op. 6 n. 3, 4, 6 e 8 and Lied op. 2 n. 1 (with Soprano Lorna Windsor)

and

Arnold Schoenberg – Quartetto n. 1
Arnold Schoenberg – Quartetto n. 2
performed by Quartetto di Cremona

In collaboration with Musica/Realtà
Introduces: Luigi Pestalozza

This is the same program of Schoenberg’s concert organized in Monaco one hundred years ago, in 1911. Kandinsky, a few days after seeing the concert, wrote to Schoenberg and they began their extraordinary correspondence.

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“Art belongs to the unconscious!”

“Dear professor! Please forgive me if I write to You although I never had the pleasure of meeting You personally. I just attended Your concert, and it was a real delight for me.”

These words are the beginning of one among the most fascinating correspondences of the twentieth century arts, the one between Arnold Schoenberg and Vasilij Kandinskij. Kandinskij wrote those words the 18th of January, 1911, and the concert, whose impression is still powerful for him, was performed the second day of January in Munich: first and second Quartet, Three piano pieces op. 11 and a series of five Lieder.

“I believe that the harmony of our times should not be found along a “geometrical” path, but along an anti-geometrical, anti-logical path. This is the path of the “dissonances in the arts”, so then in painting as much as in music.”

So Kandinskij wrote to Schoenberg in his first letter, and Schoenberg, a few days later:

“The art belongs to the unconscious! It is necessary to express yourself! Express themselves with directness!”

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The program of the historical Schoenberg’s concert of January 2, 1911, will be performed again, a hundred years later, September 8, 2011, in Milan, for Mito Settembre Music and the Friends of Musica/Realtà at the San Fedele Auditorium, at 9:00 PM (GMT+2), with an introduction by Enzo Restagno, performers Quartetto di Cremona, Lorna Windsor, Alfonso Alberti.

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