FESTIVAL MUSICA IN PROSSIMITÀ
June 18th-19th and July 2nd-3rd 2021 - PINEROLO (TO) Italy
Musica in Prossimità is a festival based in Pinerolo (40 km from Turin, Italy) focused on contemporary music, instrumental performances, audio installation, improvisation and electronical music. The program involves a new generation of artists with new productions and world premieres, but also masterpieces from the contemporary repertoire, to give to the audience a complete landscape of this century and the Twentieth. A deep study on creative process is also scheduled with a night workshop with a psychologist and with a big talk between artists, composers and audience.
invited to the Festival.
Friday June 18th
Circolo Sociale, Via del Duomo 1, h 20.00 - WELCOMING CONCERT
music by Beat Furrer String Quartet n. 1
Friday June 18th - Teatro Del Lavoro, via Chiappero 12 - h 21.00
voice, analog electronics, electric guitar, drums, synthesizer
Lukas Koenig, Audrey Chen, Julien Desprez (France, Austria, Germany)
MOPCUT is a medium-length noise-style that covers the head and ears with a vertical bang and a horizontal wave. It's a popular style for all ages, genders and generations. The soundscape should be trimmed evenly all around the circumference so that the noise at the front reaches the inner eye while the waves on the sides cover (or almost fully cover) the ears. The beats at the back maintain the same length as the samples at the front and sides. Once the overall sound is achieved, trimming is used to achieve minimalism or maximalism, depending. Improvisation, noise and electronic beats work well as backgrounds for the MOPCUT. Electronic appliances and devices may be used to give the MOPCUT a bit more volume, but effects may lead to standing up instead of hanging low.
Saturday June 19th
h 12 am / 3 am Teatro del Lavoro (in the night between 18th-19th)
L’inconscio in prossimità (unconscious in the proximity) with the psychotherapist Silvia Tedone
It is a workshop designed to help young composers in their creative process.
All the activities aim at exploring self-aspects related to the act of composing as well as the subconscious by means of projective pshycological techniques, body-awareness exercises (mindfulness) and role-playing. The workshop lasts 3 hours and it takes place at night, as nocturnal hours favour a different and deeper self-listening as compared to daytime hours. All activities are guided and the participants are supported by the professional tutor on a one-to-one basis, for safety’s sake. Maximum number of participants: 6 people.
Bio: Silvia Tedone is a psychologist and psychotherapist and her clinical activity addresses chiefly teenagers and adults. She also works with groups, organising targeted interventions to promote workplace serenity and wellbeing; her personal interests and studies range from hypnosis and astrology to analogical disciplines.
Application (only italian language)
il workshop è rivolto agli allievi di composizione
il workshop si svolgerà in italiano
costo di iscrizione 10 euro
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scadenza iscrizioni: 6 giugno
in caso di molte iscrizioni il workshop verrà replicato la notte del 2 luglio
Saturday June 19th - Teatro Del Lavoro, via Chiappero 12 - h 19.00
Nicolas Collins: Pea Soup
Fernando Garnero: Campo Amniotico (world premiere), piano, piano, piano, piano (world premiere) Trans Études#1 (italian Premiere) Practical guide to holes (world premiere)
Santiago Diez-Fischer borrando el dia con sus manos (world premiere) El fondo del agua (italian premiere)
Keiko Murakami, flute - Philippe Koerper, saxophone (France)
..new music, works with strong ideas, continuous research, emotion, sound, space, the meeting between pieces, the public and musicians...
L'Imaginaire is a contemporary chamber music ensemble whose approach to music is constantly renewed through innovating concerts, commissioning new works and pedagogical projects. The highest artistic quality and the transmission of musical emotions are at the core of all our activities.
« A journey to a musical land which doesn't existe, an exploration of sounds, a creative utopia, this is what these musicians proposed in a highly sophisticated and intelligent manner » (Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace, 2012)
Saturday June 19th - Chiesa San Giuseppe - Sala Italo Tajo, via San Giuseppe - h 21.00
music by Karlheinz Stockhausen "STIMMUNG" (1968) for six vocalists and six microphones.
In 2008, four singers joined together to create the ensemble SoloVoices (Switzerland), which focuses on contemporary music. All four musicians have an affinity for and a extensive experience with contemporary music. SoloVoices performs advanced literature and world premieres of works for solo voices, incorporating instruments, visual media, scenic concepts, electronics and confronting newer with older vocal music. SoloVoices develops its own projects, collaborates with composers and commissions compositions. In cooperation with the Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology ICST of the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) and Professor Germán Toro-Pérez, SoloVoices is dedicated to the revival of works for voice and electronics composed between 1980 and 2000.
Friday July 2nd
Teatro del Lavoro, via Chiappero 12, h 19.00
music by Claudio Panariello (Italy - Sweden), new piece for string quartet and electronics (World Premiere) and
Lea Bertucci (United States), new piece for string quartet and electronics (Wordl Premiere)
Quartetto Maurice: Since its formation, a constant and tireless research on sound has been the trait that has best distinguished the Quartetto Maurice. After an in-depth investigation of the traditional classical repertoire, which has guaranteed a meticulous approach to the score and an extreme attention to the performance’s details, the Quartet showed the need to place the music of 20th and 21th centuries at the heart of its repertoire, exploring a great variety of contemporary languages.
Friday July 2nd - Teatro del Lavoro - h 21.00
music by G. Aperghis 6 recitation for solo voice
Kurt Schwitters - Ursonate (1932) for solo voice (excerpt)
Born in 1963, Bénédicte Davin is a belgian vocalist, comedian and visual artist. She develops an interest for contemporary music (Cage, Berio,Aperghis ....) during her studies with Garett List, Michel Massot et Jean-Pierre Peuvion at Royal Conservatory of Liège. After discovering the Ur Sonate by Kurt Schwitters and the Letterists works, she performs her first compositions, a mix of "soundzephonems" (sonzéphonèmes) and vocal elements. Since several years she collaborates for her projects with Jean Fürst, Paul Van Mulder, Alain Wathieu et Sylvie Cavacciuti.
Saturday July 3rd
h18.00 Lounge, via Chiappero 12 // Talk with Claudio Panariello
Born in Naples in 1989, he studied Composition, Electronic Music and Piano. He also graduated in Physics at University of Pisa. He attended master classes and courses with a.o. F. Filidei, M. Lanza, R. Cendo, O. Bianchi, C. Czernowin, S. Steen-Andersen, Y. Maresz, S. Movio.
His music has been performed by Divertimento Ensemble, Ensemble SuonoGiallo, mdi ensemble, Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart, Ensemble Mise-En, Ensemble United Instruments of Lucilin, etc. and in festival such as \Mise-En Music Festival" in New York, \Rondo" and \Sound of Wander" in Milano, \Festival delle Nazioni" in Citta di Castello, \Casa del Quartetto - Fondazione I Teatri" in Reggio Emilia, \Risuo- nanze" in Udine, etc.
He has also worked in sound installations eld with \Fewy", exposed in the Sol LeWitt Hall of the Museo Madre (NA) during the project Electromadre, and \Studio in tre fasi", a site specic sound installa- tion, premiered at the Goethe Institut in Rome. He is currently a PhD student in Sound and Music Computing at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, focusing his research on musical adaptive systems.
h19.00 Lounge, via Chiappero 12 // Talk with Lea Bertucci
Lea Bertucci is a composer, performer and sound designer whose work describes relationships between acoustic phenomena and biological resonance. In addition to her practice with woodwind instruments, she incorporates multi-channel speaker arrays, electroacoustic feedback, extended instrumental technique and tape collage. In recent years, her projects have expanded toward site-responsive and site-specific sonic investigations of architecture. Deeply experimental, her work is unafraid to subvert musical expectation.
Saturday July 3rd - Teatro del Lavoro, via Chiappero 12 - h 21.00
The ability to dig a little deeper is hard-wired into Dalt’s creative process through her background as a geotechnical engineer. Now residing in Berlin, Dalt often seeks inspiration in the worlds of fiction, poetry, geology and desire, excavating nuanced references to untangle and respond to in her music. At times, this exploratory impulse surfaces like an introspective call and response experiment with her source material, forming new perspectives on ideas rooted in Colombian mythology to German New Wave cinema. Dalt’s conceptual blueprints are intimate and intricate, emerging like cyanotypes cast in the sun. Around these frameworks she shapes her sound, using analogue instrumentation, a vast array of synthesizers and the processed glow of her voice.
This workshop take place on May 16th 2021.
It is addressed to 10 young people, students at the Corelli Musical Institute of Pinerolo, in the 13-17 year old.
“The shape of sound”, Casa Lajolo, Piossasco (TO), 11am/17pm
The workshop promoted by Metamorfosi Notturne Association as part of the Musica in Prossimità Festival 2021 aims to be the beginning of a specific training course in the contemporary music sector.
The day is addressed to 10 young people, students at the Corelli Musical Institute of Pinerolo, in the 13-17 year old target, who have curiosity towards the contemporary sound world, even if they have no specific skills, not a course of study already started to do so.
The spirit of the workshop is precisely to provide a very operative first approach and to feel a real sensory experiences from the point of view of electroacoustic listening, widespread in the outdoor area of Casa Lajolo. The basic topic of the workshop will be the shape of sound and the manipulation of the sound wave.
The day, divided into two moments by a short lunch break, will be conducted by some students of the Conservatory enrolled in the SMET (School of Electronic Music of Turin) and will guarantee some formative credits useful for their studies.
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