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Musicisti dell’Orchestra da Camera di Perugia

Magnetismo animale

MusicAnimalia #5

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Synopsis

Mozart meets the sounds of the animal kingdom and animal husbandry: percussionist and "sonic alchemist" Michele Rabbia and the Fiati dell'Orchestra from Camera di Perugia are the architects of a truly unusual transformation. from excerpts from the Serenade for Winds K. 375 and from Così fan tutte by the Viennese master, on the other hand the sampled sounds of animals that gradually fade into musical notes and colors, just as the tools of the Department of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Perugia - ancient instruments - become the original percussion instruments in the hands of the artists of the Perugia ensemble.

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Program

Musicians of the Orchestra from Perugia Chamber

percussion and electronics Michele Rabbia

flute Claudia Bucchini

oboes Simone Frondini, Maria Chiara Braccalenti

clarinets Francesco Zarba, Debora Contini

horns Stefano Berluti, Stefano Olevano

bassoons Luca Franceschelli, Beatrice Baiocco

music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Michele Rabbia

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The July 7 event promises to be a crossover short-circuit of today with the past. from one side stands observing Mozart, on the other is a percussionist such as Michele Rabbia who acts in that middle ground of the avant-garde where jazz meets contemporary abstraction and experimental electronics. He is one who makes silence sound, who inhabits it, always taking into account the space in which the performance takes place. His paraphernalia consists of more than just from percussion sets. The real-time use of software is an integral part of it, serving him to process and extend the acoustic sound. And to drive everything, the gesture. To the point that Rabbia stated, "For me, gesture is the basis of my being a performer. Sound is formed through gesture, and bodily gestures merge with the sound language giving birth to a unicum." Also, "What interests me from always is to work on sound matter, to try to forge and sculpt it. So I start not so much from an idea of a drum or percussion gesture, but I really try to make sounds cohabit." Which also happens by means of electronics. "Although I am a lover of physical touch on skin and metals, I have been seduced by electronics and try to make the two worlds coexist. Without precluding anything of one or the other. As if from my acoustic sound I can enter or move into another zone, another area which is that of processed, synthetic, digital sound." We will hear, then, how a musician so interested to in contaminating himself with different artists and genres (he has also worked on Giacinto Scelsi's visionary scores and, in the field of dance, with Virgilio Sieni) knows how to connect with the wind instruments of the Orchestra from Camera di Perugia. Who, for their part, dwell on Mozart: on a selection of movements from the Serenade K. 375, in which the inclination to laughing entertainment typical of this musical genre is sometimes eclipsed behind pre-Romantic penumbras, and on transcriptions of pages from Così fan tutte, the last masterpiece of the comic triad on a libretto by Lorenzo from Ponte: an affair that, evidence in hand, disavows those who believe in eternal love.

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06 July
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07 July
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08 July
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09 July
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Biographies

Orchestra da Camera di Perugia

The Orchestra from Camera di Perugia was born from the many years of experience of young Umbrian musicians in the dissemination of musical culture, especially in relation to musical productions aimed at young people in schools. The debut of the formation took place in September 2013 with the "Penderecki 80" Project, presented at the Sagra Musicale Umbra, Ravello Festival and Emilia Romagna Festival, to celebrate the 80th year of age of the Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki, who conducted music from composed by him for the occasion. from that moment the Orchestra's activity intensified bringing the to ensemble to collaborate with important maestros, soloists and choral ensembles (Paolo Fresu, Giovanni Sollima, Nicola Piovani, Wayne Shorter, Enrico Bronzi, Angela Hewitt, Stefan Milenkovich, Hugo Ticciati, Jonathan Webb, Nancy Zhou, Hossein Pishkar, Christian Schmitt, Uri Caine, Quincy Jones, Stewart Copeland, Gino Paoli, Gary Graden, Gregory Porter, Danilo Rea, Ares Tavolazzi, Fabio Ciofini, Filippo Maria Bressan, John Patitucci, Andrea Oliva, Francesco Di Rosa, Danilo Pérez, Corrado Giuffredi, Marco Pierobon, Brian Blade, Mark Milhofer, Daniela Dessì, Fabio Armiliato, Desirée Rancatore, Bruno Canino, Gemma Bertagnolli, Kremena Dilcheva, Thomas Indermühle, Karl- Heinz Schütz, Choir from Chamber of the Estonian Philharmonic, Choir St. Jacobs of Stockholm, Choir of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Coro Canticum Novum, Choir of the Papal Musical Chapel of St. Francis, and many others) and to perform permanently in prestigious Seasons, Festivals and Festivals (Spoleto Festival, Umbria Jazz, Umbria Jazz Winter, Umbria Jazz Spring, Sagra Musicale Umbra, Season of the Brunello and Federica Cucinelli Foundation, Villa Solomei Festival, Expo Milano, Kusatsu Music Festival-Japan, Amici della Musica di Perugia, Festival delle Nazioni, Portogruaro International Music Festival). Since 2018, Maestro Enrico Bronzi has held the position of Principal Guest Conductor of the Orchestra from Camera di Perugia.

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