12/03/2016

FUGA PERPETUA WORLD PREMIERE

icon-sonic work for an ensemble, visuals, mobile sound theater and a vocal crowd

With the sponsorship of UNHCR and of the International Theatre Institute, UNESCO

Performing: Meitar Ensemble:

Amit Dolberg - Piano, artistic direction, Yoni Gotlibovitch - Cello, Moshe Aharonov - Viola, Gilad Harel - Bass
clarinet, Hagar Shahal - Flutes.
Sound direction and ‘Mobile Sound Theater’ developer - Tychonas Michalidis

Video post production and light - Michele Innocente
Scientific advisor - Gerald C. Cupchik, University of Toronto
Additional filming in Kenya - Andrea Trivero
Coordination filming in Kenya - Qaabata Boru
Additional filming in UK - Bruno Beloff / Out of Place Films
Additional filming in Israel - Yoav Ruda (Hasimta Athletics runners)
Coordination of interviews in Israel - Ensemble Meitar
Additional video and audio contributes by UNHCR
Production: Magà Global Arts (Italy), Third Ear - Ed McKeon (UK)
in co-production with Teatro Comunale “L. Pavarotti” Modena, Italy, Brighton Festival, Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre
Commission: Ensemble Meitar & Third Ear
With the sustain of England Arts Council, Arts & Humanities Research Council
Under the endorsement of the International Theatre Institute, Unesco
In collaboration with Pacefuturo Onlus (Italy), Birmingham Conservatoire (UK), Integra (UK), KANERE - Kakuma News Reflector (Kenya), Hasimta Athletics (Israel), Municipality of Milan department of social politics.


 

Opening of L'altro Suono Festival | Teatro Comunale L. Pavarotti | Modena | Italy


13-18/03/2016

Fields

Sound installation

with Enzo Catellani's light installation & Architettura Sonora

 

Light & Building | Pad 1.2 | Frankfurt | Germany


18-20/03/2016

"Integrative Approaches to Contemporary Cross-Cultural Music Making: Turkey, Italy, Germany"

Convention programmed speaker

International musicological meeting organized by the OrientInstitute Istanbul and the German Historical Institute in Rome (Department of Music History) in collaboration with Istanbul Berlin Art Bridge (Bahçeehir University, BAU)

 

German Historical Institute | Rome | Italy


22/03/2016

KANAF for bass clarinet, video, tape & live electronics - Italian premiere & Dimdum for bass flute

Performing:

Paolo De Gaspari - bass clarinet, Gianluigi Nuccini - bass flute

 

Closing of Festival Cinque Giornate | Teatro Verdi | Milan | Italy


19/04/2016

KANAF for bass clarinet, video, tape & live electronics - Composition & clarinet masterclass

Performing and presenting:

Paolo De Gaspari - bass clarinet

 

Royal College of Music of London | UK


20/05/2016

FUGA PERPETUA UK PREMIERES

icon-sonic work for an ensemble, visuals, mobile sound theater and a vocal crowd

With the sponsorship of UNHCR and of the International Theatre Institute, UNESCO

Performing: Meitar Ensemble:

Amit Dolberg - Piano, artistic direction, Yoni Gotlibovitch - Cello, Moshe Aharonov - Viola, Gilad Harel - Bass
clarinet, Hagar Shahal - Flutes.
Sound direction and ‘Mobile Sound Theater’ developer - Tychonas Michalidis

Video post production and light - Michele Innocente
Scientific advisor - Gerald C. Cupchik, University of Toronto
Additional filming in Kenya - Andrea Trivero
Coordination filming in Kenya - Qaabata Boru
Additional filming in UK - Bruno Beloff / Out of Place Films
Additional filming in Israel - Yoav Ruda (Hasimta Athletics runners)
Coordination of interviews in Israel - Ensemble Meitar
Additional video and audio contributes by UNHCR
Production: Magà Global Arts (Italy), Third Ear - Ed McKeon (UK)
in co-production with Teatro Comunale “L. Pavarotti” Modena, Italy, Brighton Festival, Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre
Commission: Ensemble Meitar & Third Ear
With the sustain of England Arts Council, Arts & Humanities Research Council
Under the endorsement of the International Theatre Institute, Unesco
In collaboration with Pacefuturo Onlus (Italy), Birmingham Conservatoire (UK), Integra (UK), KANERE - Kakuma News Reflector (Kenya), Hasimta Athletics (Israel), Municipality of Milan department of social politics.


 

Brighton Festival | Brighton | UK


22/05/2016

FUGA PERPETUA UK PREMIERES

Performing: Meitar Ensemble:

Amit Dolberg - Piano, artistic direction, Yoni Gotlibovitch - Cello, Moshe Aharonov - Viola, Gilad Harel - Bass
clarinet, Hagar Shahal - Flutes.
Sound direction and ‘Mobile Sound Theater’ developer - Tychonas Michalidis

Video post production and light - Michele Innocente
Scientific advisor - Gerald C. Cupchik, University of Toronto
Additional filming in Kenya - Andrea Trivero
Coordination filming in Kenya - Qaabata Boru
Additional filming in UK - Bruno Beloff / Out of Place Films
Additional filming in Israel - Yoav Ruda (Hasimta Athletics runners)
Coordination of interviews in Israel - Ensemble Meitar
Additional video and audio contributes by UNHCR
Production: Magà Global Arts (Italy), Third Ear - Ed McKeon (UK)
in co-production with Teatro Comunale “L. Pavarotti” Modena, Italy, Brighton Festival, Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre
Commission: Ensemble Meitar & Third Ear
With the sustain of England Arts Council, Arts & Humanities Research Council
Under the endorsement of the International Theatre Institute, Unesco
In collaboration with Pacefuturo Onlus (Italy), Birmingham Conservatoire (UK), Integra (UK), KANERE - Kakuma News Reflector (Kenya), Hasimta Athletics (Israel), Municipality of Milan department of social politics.


 

NEAT Festival | Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre | Nottingham | UK


31/05/2016

Silent Quartet

ICON-SONIC CHAMBER WORK FOR STRING QUARTET, VIDEO, TAPE & LIVE ELECTRONICS

Performing: Quartetto Lyskamm:

Cecilia Ziano - 1st violin
Clara Franziska Schötensack - 2nd violin
Francesca Piccioni - viola
Giorgio Casat - cello

 

Jewish in the City | Cinema Anteo | Milan | Italy


13-17/07/2016

IZAAC & DEBORAH - video & sound installation
 

ICON-SONIC POSTCARDS FROM FUGA PERPETUA N. 1

Video installation

 

Contaminafro 2016 | CRT Teatro dell'arte | Triennale di Milano | Italy


01/10/2016

REKA V.2 - "REKA RE"

Massive sonic work for 6 extended vocal singers, 2 percussions soloists and a Crowd of hundreds of voices and percussions

* commissioned by Warsaw Autumn Festival

Conductors: Dario Garegnani & Yuval Avital

Soloists :

- OMAR BANDINU (SARDINIA / ITALY) Canto bassu (guttural singing) of the Tenores tradition.

- ENKHJARGAL ANDARVAANCHIG (MONGOLIA / GERMANY) guttural and overtone singing of the nomadic Mongolian tradition.

- SOFIA KKAIKOV (TAJIKISTAN / ISRAEL) Mugam epic singing of the Bukara Jewish tradition.

- YUSSUF JOE LEGWABE (SOUTH AFRICA / UK) guttural singing and click language of the Zulu tradition.

- GUNNLAUG THORVALDSDOTTIR (ICELAND / SWEDEN) Extended voice techniques, bird songs.

- LAMA SAMTEN YESHE RINPOCHE (TIBET / FRANCE) chanting of the Tibetan Bön tradition.

SIMONE BENEVENTI & LORENZO COLOMBO - PERCUSSIONS

 

Festival Aperto | Teatro Valli | Reggio Emilia | Italy