16 Sep 2015

Flame I Florence Art Music Ensemble in concert: 16 September

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16September 2015



Museo Novecento

Concert on Wednesday 16 September at 9.00p.m – Flame I Florence Art Music Ensemble, Firenze Suona Contemporanea

Chiara Scucces Flute, Emilio Checchini Clarinet, Ilaria Lanzoni Violin, Michele Marco Rossi Cello, Luisa Valeria Carpignano Piano

Making music and art in Florence today: FLAME | Florence Art Music Ensemble is a project born from the will of Andrea Cavallari, which since 2008 has brought together musicians and artists – composers, performers, intellectuals – who offer the public a new experience of concerts and events, with the decision to experience a renovated Florence contemporary setting. Variable training group, which annually involves young Italian and European talents, has engaged in wide-ranging projects: from the most extensive monographic exhibition in Italy dedicated to chamber music by Elliott Carter, the special day dedicated to John Cage at Palazzo Vecchio, when it was decided to make an “exhibition” of his music. In other projects the ensemble has proposed a diptych of evenings dedicated to the friendship of Ligeti and Kurtàg, or monographs dedicated to some of the most famous contemporary Italian composers (Salvatore Sciarrino, Luciano Berio, Fausto Romitelli, Francesco Filidei).

In addition to the traditional concert repertoire, the ensemble also engages in multimedia projects, art installations and cross-over experimentation between theatrical performances and new technologies in real time. The ensemble, which has its permanent seat at the National Museum of the Bargello during the festival “Firenze Suona Contemporanea”, has been invited to represent contemporary Italian music in several European festivals and festivals (most recently, the opening concert of the London Ear Festival, broadcast by BBC Radio 3), and regularly collaborates with young composers commissioning premieres.

Luigi Dallapiccola, Tartiniana Seconda | for violin and piano

Zeno Baldi, In punta | for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano

Alban Berg, Four Pieces | for clarinet and piano op. 5

Johannes Hildebrandt, Annäherung I | for flute and piano | Italian premiere

Niccolò Castiglioni, Dulce Refrigerium. Sechs geistliche | Lieder for piano

Gabriele Cosmi, Funf Turme | Suite for solo cello (I movement)

Gwyn Pritchard, Features and Formations | for solo violin, clarinet flute and cello | Italian premiere

At the Tip

Acrobat (s. m.)

is he who walks all on tip (of feet): (such, at least, is for the etymology): then it proceeds, however, of course, all in fingertips, also, of hands (and in tip of fork): and above his head: (and over the nails, faxing and walking): (and above the wires stretched between two houses, in the streets and squares: inside a trapeze, in a circus, in a circle, over a sky): twirls on two reeds, flexibly, skewered in two glasses, in two shoes, in two gloves: (inside the smoke, in the air): pneumatic and somatic, inside the vacuum tire: (inside plastic tires, inside barrels and bottles): and jumps mortally: and mortally (and morally) rotates: (so I rotate and jump, I in your heart):

Edoardo Sanguineti (Corollario, Feltrinelli, Milan 1997)

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