Tempo Reale joins the series of events organised by the Société de Musique Contemporaine in Lausanne with a musical itinerary which includes performances of ...sofferte onde serene... by Luigi Nono, East St. Louis Blues by Alessandro Ratoci, and Sospeso d'Incanto n°3 by Adriano Guarnieri.
A study on how the world of the piano has been transformed by electronics: an itinerary which offers three different approaches, all reciprocally distant both historically and linguistically, alternating the experiences of established composers like Guarneri with those of the younger generation, such as Ratoci, as an expression of a new way to understand the sound of the piano. All this begins with one of the fundamental experiences of the contemporary repertoire, specifically Luigi Nono’s best-known composition for piano.
Monday, March 12th 2018, 20.15
BCV Concert Hall - Lausanne
Stefano Malferrari and Ensemble Tempo Reale
Live electronics: Francesco Giomi, Damiano Meacci, Alessandro Ratoci
Musicologist Philippe Albèra
LUIGI NONO, ...sofferte onde serene..., for keyboards and electronics (1976)
ALESSANDRO RATOCI, East St. Louis Blues, for piano and electronics (1980)
ADRIANO GUARNIERI, Sospeso d'Incanto n°3, for piano and electronics (1947)