locandina cantiere 2009

Cantiere Musica - VII Edition
BRACCIANO - CERVETERI
from JULY 13th to AUGUST 2nd, 2009

initiative with the contribution of Regione Lazio - Department of Culture, Sport and Entertainment

Sponsors:
Provincia di Roma Regione Lazio


Comune di Bracciano Comune di Cerveteri


Media Sponsor:
radiocittafutura.it


Mondey 13 JULY 2009 - 5:30 PM
BRACCIANO, Lungolago

Michele Piersanti during the happening

Un Concerto per Giocare

Performance for children from 3 to 8 years with Michele Piersanti

Michele Piersanti Voice-Oboe-Flute
Marcello Duranti Sax
Massimo Frasca Drums and Percussion
Giuliana Pella Piano

music by Michele Piersanti

Children have a valuable tool for understanding the music: their body!
From this premise was born the idea of Un Concerto per Giocare.
The proposed music (all original) are real musical games that allow the child to listen and interpret the material ( a melodic, timbral, harmonic and formal) through movement.
Some examples may be useful.
In the song How hens are born, children are invited to imitate the birth of hens following a precise theme.
In The puppets there are different melodies linked to various movements of the puppet (head, arms, legs).
Children will be encouraged to move around the room observing the "commands" music (this game also allows a first important approach to polyphonic).
Un Concerto per Giocare is not only an educational game but also a great time to socialize. The games offered are all collective and they creates a beautiful party mood. (M. Piersanti)

Tuesday 14 JULY 2009 - 9:30 PM
BRACCIANO, CHIOSTRO degli Agostiniani

Gianni Iorio e Javier Girotto

Gianni Iorio and Javier Girotto

South American music and tango.

Gianni Iorio Piano
Javier Girotto Sax

The instrumental duo formed by famous Italo-Argentine saxophonist Javier GIROTTO and the pianist and bandoneonista Gianni IORIO belongs to the need to propose a repertoire of his compositions and other authors, based mainly on the seductive language of South-American music and tango.
The result is a kind of tango developed by a strong and impetuous, always surrounded by a sound and full of sensual lyricism, in which the confluence of factors related to the tango tradition, folklore and the world of jazz where the aspect of " extemporaneous creation "is always dealt with the discretion and direction measured from the" compositional writing "songs.
These choices have successfully completed one of the priorities of the two musicians namely to design their performances and compositions in pure style arrangement where the chamber plays a key role to enhance the counterpoint and the structure of compositions: recognizable elements in the European classical tradition .

Wednesday 15 JULY 2009 9:30 PM
BRACCIANO, CHIOSTRO degli Agostiniani

Cortesi & Collegium Tiberinum

Andrea Cortesi & Collegium Tiberinum

Adventurous and exciting project with unpublished authors reinvention of Anglo-Saxon and Eastern Europe.

Andrea Cortesi Violin
Laura Mancini Vibraphone and Percussion
Francesco Mastriforti Violin
Gloria Ferdinandi Violin
Elga Ciancaleoni Violin and Violas
Ermanno Vallini Cello

music by: Dave Heath, Arvo Part, Karl Jenkins, Alexander Raskatov, Georgs Pelecis*

*first execution

The violinist Andrea Cortesi, together with some elements of the strings orchestra Collegium Tiberinum, still in an unusual journey in contemporary music.
This is in large part arrangements for violin, vibraphone and British quartet of authors and Eastern Europe, where stands the great Arvo Part, and where the vibraphone reveals unexpected and surprising affinity with the arches.
The only piece written originally is the first of the evening: the Blossoming Jasmine by Georgs Pelecis, author with pure and balanced style, with an emotional language of disarming simplicity.
The creative and innovative approach of the Collegium Tiberinum occurs in a non-conventional music of '700 up to that of composers of the last generations, each song is executed as if life had taken in time, looking for the perfect sound and a closer contact with public awareness.

Thursday 16 JULY 2009 - 9:30 PM
BRACCIANO, CHIOSTRO degli Agostiniani

Luca Ferrara

Luca Ferrara

Fingerstyle acoustic guitar with songs in first execution.

Luca Ferrara Guitar

Fingerstyle guitar is, at the same time, an almost impossible challenge and a pleasure for those who play it.
Fingerstyle guitarist needs to be a pianist, drummer, singer and... guitar player, all at once.
The repertoire proposed this evening include arrangements for guitar-only songs of famous artists (U2, Beatles ...) but also full of original compositions, among which also a first execution.
Moreover, thanks to the presence of Michele Piersanti, my friend and excellent oboist, I will have the opportunity to open a small window on Celtic and Klezmer music, two expressions of popular music that I really love. (L. Ferrara)

Friday 17 JULY 2009 - 9:30 PM
BRACCIANO, CASTELLO ODESCALCHI

Rigoletto

Rigoletto

Rigoletto - the famous Giuseppe Verdi opera in concert version.

music G. Verdi

Massimo Simeoli baritone (Rigoletto)
Michela Antenucci soprano (Gilda)
Carlo Putelli tenor (il Duca di Mantova)
Daniela Alunni mezzo soprano (Maddalena)
Fabrizio Nestonni basso (Sparafucile)
Antonio Ferrara voice

Piccola Orchestra '900

Simone Veccia conductor


After last year's Traviata again a work by Verdi, the Rigoletto.
The work is performed in concert form, starting from a basic principle: remove all the sections that would have needed more of the scenic and sew the remaining through the narration provided by a recitative, then the structure has reached that of a Melologo: theatrical form perform by one or more players.
The script for the recitative is meant to "remember" all the parts of the work combining everything in a clear narrative that closely follows the correct timeline of the essential part of the plot.
(S. Veccia)

Saturday 18 JULY 2009 - 6:30 PM
BRACCIANO, CHIOSTRO degli Agostiniani

Aura Trio

Aura Trio

Trio with a contemporary repertoire and a first execution.

Simona Foglietta Violin
Maria Antonietta Gramegna Cello
Anna Rosaria Valanzuolo Piano

music by: Dmitri ShostaKovich, Malcom Arnold, Josef Suk, Lili Boulanger, Gerardo Iacoucci*

*first execution

The Aura Trio was founded in 2006 by Simona Foglietta (violin), Maria Antonietta Gramegna (cello), and Anna Rosaria Valanzuolo (pianist), musicians already active as soloists.
The name Aura means not only the aura of energy that surrounds each person, but also the term for intimacy, the most sensitive part of each person, the part that can grasp the subtle language of music.
The Trio's program is a musical promenade that wants to explore the the most significant musical languages of the XX and XXI centuries: the late-Romantic ideas of elegance to Josef Suk, the atmosphere and decadent transfigured, impetuous and grotesque Trio op . 8 of Shostakovich, the brushwork of Impressionist music by Boulanger, and the modernity of the Trio of Arnold, and the jazz rhythms of the Trio by Gerardo Iacoucci in first execution.
Plurality of faces, plurality of purpose, diversity of styles of music from this event engaged tone but at the same time appealing to bring the audience to interesting experiments of the twentieth century. (S. Foglietta)

Sunday 19 JULY 2009 - 9:30 PM
BRACCIANO, CHIOSTRO degli Agostiniani

De Amor y de Pasion se Habla

De Amor y de Pasión se Habla

For Clown and chamber Quartet
text of Antonio Ferrara, music by Giorgio Scardino.
Performance of musical theater - first execution

Antonio Ferrara Clown
Giorgio Scardino Clarinet and Piano
Carmine Ruizzo Violin
Angelo Di Veroli Percussion
Eugenia Tamburri Piano
Ettore Gennari The Light

Love, narrated by a Clown and the original music of a chamber quartet, helped by a weird Socrates, is the subject of this performance.
The languages used are clown gags, puppet theater, dance, and verbal speech, with a highly visual and sensory result .
The light, music and objects of the scene are involved in the action, interacting with the Clown.
The numerous quotations are a tribute to the Russian clown Oleg Popov and Italian David Larible, the American circus performer Emmett Kelly and the German actor Heinz RŘhmann. (A. Ferrara)

With my music I have tried to characterize and to color the different situations which accompany this emotional journey that carries the Clown in the show.
The Clown brings two theme, one bizarre and the other kind of melancholic.
Other themes, from the ouverture up to the epilogo, carry the clown through the different pictures of the show. (G. Scardino)

14 to 19 JULY 2009
BRACCIANO, CHIOSTRO degli Agostiniani
Tuesday to Friday - 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday - 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Valerio Carosi

Tra le Righe

Photo-literary Exhibition

Valerio Carosi Photographer

Federico Brodosi Exhibition Curator
Luciano Corvaglia Prints
Stefania Saponaro Photo editing

Tra le Righe is born from the desire to give a image to the thousands of words that follow each other along the frenetic pages of modern literature.
A way along those feelings that carry us through the reading of a book: shadows, lights, reflections, landscapes, people.
Images that come alive from the emotions and that will be very difficult to remove from our hearts.
The basic idea is to follow some modern novels and narrate it through photography.
This does not mean narrate locations characters in a book but feelings that arise from reading it.
"La Fée carabine" by Daniel Pennac the third episode of the Malaussène, "High Fidelity" by Nick Hornby, "The Shadow of the Wind" by Carlos Ruiz Zafon and "Berlin Alexanderplatz" by Alfred D÷blin are the novels: in Paris, London, Barcelona and Berlin told more with the heart than with reason.
A game of memories, photographs and imagination from which we can take inspiration to try to see the art not only for the practical benefits that may derive from it, but for the pleasure that it causes in all of us: "l'art pour l 'art'.
A journey that also tends to give a very personal vision of a funny andat the same time ironic literature. (V. Carosi)

Friday 24 JULY 2009 - 9:30 PM
CERVETERI, Piazza Santa Maria

Rigoletto

Rigoletto

Rigoletto - the famous Giuseppe Verdi opera in concert version.

music G. Verdi

Massimo Simeoli baritone (Rigoletto)
Michela Antenucci soprano (Gilda)
Carlo Putelli tenor (il Duca di Mantova)
Daniela Alunni mezzo soprano (Maddalena)
Fabrizio Nestonni basso (Sparafucile)
Antonio Ferrara voice

Piccola Orchestra '900

Simone Veccia conductor


After last year's Traviata again a work by Verdi, the Rigoletto.
The work is performed in concert form, starting from a basic principle: remove all the sections that would have needed more of the scenic and sew the remaining through the narration provided by a recitative, then the structure has reached that of a Melologo: theatrical form perform by one or more players.
The script for the recitative is meant to "remember" all the parts of the work combining everything in a clear narrative that closely follows the correct timeline of the essential part of the plot.
(S. Veccia)

Tuesday 28 JULY 2009 - 9:30 PM
CERVETERI, Piazza Santa Maria

Natalio Mangalavite

Natalio Luis Mangalavite

ecital of piano with a song in FIRST ABSOLUTE EXECUTION

Natalio Luis Mangalavite piano

The Argentine Natalio Mangalavite proposes a tribute to the famous Brazilian composer and singer Ant˘nio Carlos Jobim, who invented the bossa nova style.
An Argentine who tributes a Brazilian, is surely a strange situation which enhance even morethe imagination and energy of a performer and composer, a real one man show.
The evening includes a first execution song: Jerez.

Wednesday 29 JULY 2009 - 9:30 PM
CERVETERI, Piazza Santa Maria

Scardino, Marchitelli, Tamburri

Eugenia Tamburri e Valerio Marchitelli

Contemporary music and a FIRST ABSOLUTE EXECUTION

Eugenia Tamburri Piano
Valerio Marchitelli Violin

music by: Keith Jarrett, Leos Janacek, Ernest Bloch, Aram Katchaturjan, Giorgio Scardino*

*first execution

The famous jazz musician Keith Jarrett - excellent interpreter of classic Bach - is also author of the little known and very charming Sonata for Violin and Piano (1984).
The five movements evoke Celebration and Dance, Death and immediate rebirth.
With this music, the unusual musical evening in Cerveteri is open to the attendance.
Music of the twentieth century that continues with the first execution written by Giorgio Scardino, author of AURA - four movements for violin and piano.
The sonata of Leos Janacek (1914), in four movements is very dreamy and precedes the improvisation of Ernest Bloch on an ancient Jewish prayer: Nigun (1904).
Under the sky of midsummer, when the moon protects souls, here it comes the Dance of Swords, an energetic transcription by Jasha Heifetz of the Ballet of Gajaneh by Aram Katchaturjan, that ends the small picture of chamber music of a close but already far century. (E. Tamburri)

Thursday 30 JULY 2009 - 9:30 PM
CERVETERI, Piazza Santa Maria

Luca Ferrara

Luca Ferrara

Fingerstyle acoustic guitar with songs in first execution.

Luca Ferrara guitar

Fingerstyle guitar is, at the same time, an almost impossible challenge and a pleasure for those who play it.
Fingerstyle guitarist needs to be a pianist, drummer, singer and... guitar player, all at once.
The repertoire proposed this evening include arrangements for guitar-only songs of famous artists (U2, Beatles ...) but also full of original compositions, among which also a first execution.
Moreover, thanks to the presence of Carmine Ruizzo, my friend and excellent violinist, I will have the opportunity to open a small window on Celtic and Klezmer music, two expressions of popular music that I really love. (L. Ferrara)

Saturday 1 AUGUST 2009 - 9:30 PM
CERVETERI, Piazza Santa Maria

De Amor y de Pasion se Habla

De Amor y de Pasiˇn se Habla

For Clown and chamber Quartet
text of Antonio Ferrara, music by Giorgio Scardino.
Performance of musical theater - new, commissioned for cantiere musica 2009.

Antonio Ferrara Clown
Giorgio Scardino Clarinet and Piano
Carmine Ruizzo Violin
Angelo Di Veroli Percussion
Eugenia Tamburri Piano
Ettore Gennari Light recitante

Love, narrated by a Clown and the original music of a chamber quartet, helped by a weird Socrates, is the subject of this performance.
The languages used are clown gags, puppet theater, dance, and verbal speech, with a highly visual and sensory result .
The light, music and objects of the scene are involved in the action, interacting with the Clown.
The numerous quotations are a tribute to the Russian clown Oleg Popov and Italian David Larible, the American circus performer Emmett Kelly and the German actor Heinz Rühmann. (A. Ferrara)

With my music I have tried to characterize and to color the different situations which accompany this emotional journey that carries the Clown in the show.
The Clown brings two theme, one bizarre and the other kind of melancholic.
Other themes, from the ouverture up to the epilogo, carry the clown through the different pictures of the show. (G. Scardino)

Sunday 2 AUGUST 2009 - 9:30 PM
CERVETERI, Piazza Santa Maria

Michele Ariodante Quartet

Michele Ariodante Quartet

Jazz, Swing and Blues with a first execution

Michele Ariodante Guitar
Gerardo Bartoccini Double Bass
Paolo Innarella Flute and Sax
Roberto Pistolesi Drums

In the quartet of Michele Ariodante, the elements of Afro-American music: blues and swing feeling, are the essential tool to explore both traditional American songs and original compositions and Brazilian, with the ultimate objective of proposing to the public a multifaceted and multi-path in which the jazz back to being, simply, enjoyable and creative way of 'making music'.

All Concerts are free entry.
Bracciano: Chiostro degli Agostiniani about 120 seats; Castello Odescalchi about 200 seats.
Cerveteri: Piazza Santa Maria about 150 seats.