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Closing Concert of the First International Meeting in Computer Music and Multimedia



Maurilio Cacciatore (1981) Ecco perché ho paura dei folletti for flute double bass, live electronics, real-time video (2019, 10’) Italian premiere
Ivan Fedele (1953) Tellus for flute Paetzold contrabass in Do, live electronics and sound reactive visuals (2011, 14’) world premiere with visuals
Simone Conforti (1979) WeWillNeverBeGreatAgain! for voice, recorders and electronics (2017, 15’) Italian premiere
Michelangelo Lupone (1953) In sordina for alto saxophone and Windback (2011, 12’) first execution of the final version
production Centro Ricerche Musicali - CRM

bass flute Ayako Okubo
flute Paetzold, recorders Ulrike Mayer-Spohn
voice Javier Hagen
saxophone, Windback interpreter Enzo Filippetti
video Raphaël Siefert
sound reactive visuals Andrew Quinn
live electronics Maurilio Cacciatore, Simone Conforti

 

CIMM – Center for Computer Music and Multimedia of La Biennale di Venezia is supported by SIAE - Società Italiana degli Autori ed Editori

 

 

 

The programme may be subject to change.

Description

The Biennale CIMM’s first International Meeting in Computer Music and Multimedia ends with a concert of “music of the future”. Instrumental music, electronics, videos, new sounds and new performance techniques come into play in the pieces, two world premieres and two Italian premieres, by Maurilio Cacciatore, Simone Conforti, Ivan Fedele, Michelangelo Lupone. Top-tier performers in the concert include flutist Ayako Okubo, the Paetzold flute specialist Ulrike Mayer-Spohn, tenor and counter tenor Javier Hagen, Enzo Filippetti on the saxophone, as well as with the Windback, Raphaël Siefert for the videos and Andrew Quinn for the sound-reactive visuals.

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