Um Revolucionário Italiano (reagendado para 24 e 25 Abril)
Luigi Nono imprinted his non-conformity in the music he wrote, and his final decade (1980) shows the maturity of the inclination he always had for music as a rupture. Guai ai gelidi mostri was written in that period and, although it results from fascinating experiences in terms of composition and incorporates the words of great authors, it can be appreciated simply for its sound. A Carlo Scarpa, architetto, ai suoi infiniti possibili was written a year later and allows us to feel infinity in ten minutes. At the end of the concert, we return to the beginning of the journey of this revolutionary Italian composer, who found in Federico García Lorca the inspiration for his first musical theatre piece, a surreal ballet based on the famous play Amor de Don Perlimplín con Belisa en su jardín.
When & Where
- Remix & Sinfónica