Winner of many international competitions, first Flute of Orchestra della Toscana, Sinfonica RAI di Milano and Pomeriggi Musicali, from 1983 works with...
By Marta Ceron
Data / Ora
Date(s) - 03/04/2017
Piccolo Teatro Studio
Niccolò Castiglioni, Stabat Mater Speciosa for children choir (1985)*
Salvatore Sciarrino (1947) Gesualdo senza parole for ensemble (2013)
Marco Di Bari (1958) Bird’s Fractal Voice for clarinet, cello and piano (1994)
Claudio Panariello, Flebili stelle nere (2016)**
Fausto Romitelli (1963-2004) La sabbia del tempo forensemble (1991)
Stefano Bulfon (1975) debut, for soprano and ensemble with text by Maurizio Maggiani (2017) ***
Maurizio Longoni, clarinet
Martina Rudic, cello
Maria Grazia Bellocchio, piano
Sandro Gorli, conductor
Coro di Voci bianche del Conservatorio di Musica G. Verdi di Milano
Edoardo Cazzaniga, conductor of the choir
** composition selected by AFAM competition
This concert is entirely dedicated to Italian composers. Gesualdo senza parole completes the tribute that Divertimento Ensemble has offered to Salvatore Sciarrino with four concerts at the Museo del Novecento. For years, the audience of Rondò has been involved in selecting one of the three winning composers of the AFAM competition (reserved for Italian conservatory students) to commission a new work for the next year. This year the three pieces will be performed in three different concerts (the next will be on May 3rd and 21st) and online voting will take place after the performance of the last piece; the audience can vote if they are registered to do so and have listened to all the pieces— at least one of them live. The others can be found on the Divertimento Ensemble’s website. The program will end with Bird’s Fractal Voice by Marco Di Bari and La sabbia del tempo by Fausto Romitelli.
per Divertimento (2017) 33 Variazioni sulle Variazioni Diabelli di Ludwig van Beethoven in omaggio a Divertimento Ensemble nel suo 40° anniversario Dal...