The project is based on the rediscovery of the repertory composed between the XV and the XVI centuries, the musical humanism that is still alive in architecture, art, libraries and archives. Alongside the study of this historical phase, Anonima Frottolisti will explore the medieval repertory and philological repertory using original scores and seeking to enhance the composition art that has been transmitted to modern times. It has performed in Italy and abroad at some of the most important ancient music festivals. It has also collaborated with Radio Rai 3 and Radio Svizzera italiana Radio nazionale Croata.
He was born in Foggia in 1946. He studied at the Accademia Nazionale d’Arte Drammatica Silvio D’Amico and made his theatrical debut in 1970 with Luca Ronconi in Orlando Furioso. Debuted in the cinema with Romanzo Popolare by Mario Monicelli (1974). In the '80s he interpreted Chief of Police Cattani in theTV series La Piovra. As a director, he boasts a long series of films that have been presented and awarded at the Cannes, Venice and Berlin festivals, such as Le amiche del cuore (1992), Del perduto amore (1997), Ovunque sei (2004), Romanzo Criminale (2005) and Il Grande Sogno (2009). His acting career has brought performances in the theatre, television and cinema directed by Gianni Amelio, Mario Monicelli, Marco Bellocchio, Cristina Comencini, Giuseppe Tornatore and Nanni Moretti among others.
One of the most beloved and innovative English composers, Michael Nyman has written operas, soundtracks, concerts for strings and orchestras. Much more than a composer, Nyman is also a musician, orchestra director, pianist, writer, musicologist and now a photographer and director. His most famous soundtracks include those for Peter Greenaway (with whom he worked with on a dozen or so films, including The Draughtsman's Contract, 1982), Jane Campion (The Piano, 1992, with more than three million copies of the sound track sold), Neil Jordan (The End of the Affair, 1999), Michael Winterbottom (four films including Wonderland, 1999).
Actor, director and screenwriter, he has worked for theatre productions, alongside Marini, Ronconi, Latella and others. He debuted as a theatre director with La più lunga ora, text on the life of the poet Dino Campana that he wrote and interpreted. His next project is directing "Senza nome" by and alongside Marco Vergani. His first cinematic venture as a leading actor was 20 sigarette by Aureliano Amadei. On the international scene, he has worked with Woody Allen in To Rome with love and P. Haggis in Third Person. He is famous for his role of Freddo in the cult series Romanzo Criminale for which he won the award of Best Actor at the Roma Fiction Fest (2009 and 2011). He was Alekos Panagulis in the Oriana mini series by Marco Turco, Elia in Francesco by Liliana Cavani and Annibale Spagnoli in Luisa Spagnoli by Lodovico Gasparini.
Philosopher, radio presenter and author of Non solo di cose d'amore, Noi Socrate e la ricerca della felicità, edited by Marsilio. The voice of Tutta la città ne parla on Rai Radio3, he has collaborated with a number of Internet programmes, including Radio3Mondo, Il Principe, Uomini e profeti and lo dico l'universo. He teaches a course combining radio transmission and philosophy at Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia. He wrote Il demone della Politica (Apogeo 2007).
The name TANGRAM comes from a famous Chinese puzzle and is no joke! It came from the desire to overturn forms moving around the pieces at every stage, resorting to diverse geometries and experimenting in the musical panorama. The live electronic performances allow them to reach a more articulate public and extend the sound barriers. The framework is completed by the complete freedom of our DJs, the light installations by the visual artist M:ck and the highly original graphics by Niq J.
Iacopo Barison (Fossano, 1988); published his first novel at the age of 20, based on his blog. His stories and articles have been appeared in numerous sites and magazines. In May 2014, his novel Stalin + Bianca was published under Tunué, as part of the narrative series directed by Vanna Santoni. He worked as an author on the book/magazine Sbam with Jovanotti. His last book, Le Stelle Cadranno Tutti Insieme, published by Fandago Libri was released in 2018.
He debuted in 2010 at the new Tradition Festival. Success was confirmed the following year with victory at the Grand Prix Svetozar Stracina with the best piece of world music in the Europa category, in the context organised by the European Broadcasting Union. In 2012, their first album entered the top 20 of the World European Charts. The group has constantly toured since this time and met with great public and critical acclaim on an international level. With a unique and original sound that is not constrained by the limits of the genre bringing the potential of string instruments to their limits, they are appreciated by a varied audience. Their music has moved beyond the roots of Carpathian music that was the original inspiration, adding elements of improvisation that cross over into jazz and rock.
In 2016, ten years after the foundation of the Orchestre Tout Puissant Marchel Duchamp, Vincent Bertholet finally brought to life his dream of a "real" orchestra. The orchestra became XXL, bringing together an original group of accomplices and an English string section that evolved over time. From that moment on there were 14 on stage. The strings were tripled, the rhythm section was doubled, the voices increased and the guitar riffs sound like a minimalist cascade. This is the formation that OTPMD will adopt to present its latest album in Assisi. Recorded at the mythical Real World Studios and produced (as was the case for the previous album) by John Parish (PJ Harey, Eels), it is called Sauvage Formes. The work is as much geometrical as it is organic: a journey in 8 stages that tells the story of an orchestra without a home, a battalion of unlimited generosity, a savage form that has never required a maestro to tame its imagination and determination.
Joseph Grima is an architect, writer and curator, who lives and works between Genoa and New York. He is the co-founder of Space Caviar, a research studio that produces films, books, and installations that investigate the relationships between architecture, public spaces, and technology in contemporary cities. He has been directing the IdeasCity programme at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York since 2015. He has coordinated the programme for Matera European Capital of Culture 2019, of which, as the artistic director, he has been the main author. From 2011 to 2013, he was the editor of Domus magazine. In 2015, he served as the Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennal, North America’s biggest contemporary architecture exhibition. He has also co-curated the first edition of the Istanbul Design Biennial. Grima has taught architecture at the most prestigious university of Europe and North America. Currently, he is a Professor at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London.
Theatre actress and author, directs productions and dramas in the social field. One of the founders of the Laboratorio Teatro Settimo, a company that revitalised the Italian scene in the '80s and '90s. She is also a cinema actress and theatre pedagogist. She brought young and older people together in the performances Non mi arrendo, non mi arrendo (young and older women of the Resistance), Io lavoro e tu? (young people in their first job and pensioners). She toured with the performances Divina, Regina - memoria d’acqua, Storie Partigiane, Cellule FateScienza on the importance of stem cells. The project Ogni sera un racconto per i golosi di storie saw her involved in a journey in homes between Italy and Europe, with Cibo Angelico (from a short story by Antonio Tabucchi) and L’albero delle acciughe (from a short story by Nico Orengo).
She was born in Oviedo (Spain) and lives and works in Milan. She studied Architecture in Madrid and Milan, where she graduated in 1989 with Achille Castiglioni. She opened her own studio in 2001 after having worked with Vico Magistretti and Lissoni Associati, through which she works for leading world brands. A number of her products are displayed in the most important art and design museums (MoMa - New York, the Musée des Arts decoratifs - Paris and the Museo della Triennale - Milan). She has won a number of international prizes including the Medalla de Oro al Mérito en las Bellas Artes del Governo Spagnolo, the Ordine di Isabella la Cattolica, Designer of the Decade for Home and Häuser, Designer of the year for Wallpaper, AD Spagna, Elle Decor International and Architektur und Wohnen.
She was born in Rome but lives in Milan. Her first work Saro e Sara (Einaudi) was published in 2004 and was followed by Tu non c'entri and La vita in comune. She immediately made a name for herself as one of the most original new Italian writers. She then published five novels with Adelphi: La casa madre, Il giorno dell'indipendenza, Sole senza nessuno, Come se niente fosse and finally Animali domestici, winner of the Premio Mondello 2015.
Born in Modena (1989) she studied architecture in Ferrara, Porto and Berlin. She published the narrative report Exit (Hacca 2015) and her short stories were included in Abbiamo le prove, Cadillac, Inutile and the anthology Io e la mia storia (Mondadori, 2015). She has written for Prismo, Flash Art and Filmidee. She worked at the Teatro Stabile in Turin. She translates and teaches yoga. She lives in Rome and Milan.
He was born in Mazzarino in 1985. He graduated in Law at the Bocconi. He then went on to complete a Master in Communication, Digital Media and Economic Journalism at the Business School of Il Sole 24 Ore. He has collaborated with Viaggi 24, Domenica24, Nova24. He is an Editor for Fiction Centauria, blogger per Huffington Post, collaborates with Il Mucchio Selvaggio, L’Indice dei Libri del Mese and Il Tascabile-Treccani. He writes for a number of on-line publications and his work had appeared in Nuovi Argomenti, Achab e Nazione Indiana. His short story translated by Anne Milano Appel was published for the American magazines PEN/America andGuernica.
He published Lo Scuru, (Tunué). Piccola enciclopedia dei mostri, (24OreCultura) Stelle ossee. He was a finalist for the Premio Sciascia and Suttaterra (Tunué). He manages his blog called Sicilia Texana.
Born in Rome, 1983. She is an architect and lives in Milan. She graduated in 2009 from the Faculty of Architecture of Roma Tre. In 2011, she completed a MSc in Building and Urban Design in Development in London. She completed her PhD in Urban Studies at the Università degli Studi Roma Tre om June 2015, where she is a member of the LAC (Civic Art Laboratory), a research platform on the relationship between informal practices and urban transformations. Since 2013, she has been the assistant of Stefano Boeri at the Polytechnic of Milan. Her work focuses on the potential of biodiversity in urban transformations. The non-anthropocentric approach as a key to a new balance between the human, natural and animal worlds. Since June 2015, she has worked with Waiting Posthuman, a multi-disciplinary research project.
Born in Rome (1967), he is a professor of Modern History and Vice-Director of the School of Government at the Luiss Guido Carli University of Rome. A columnist with Stampa, under Marsilio he published L’alternativa liberale. Malagodi e l’opposizione al centrosinistra (2010) and Il berlusconismo nella storia d’Italia (2013).
One of the most intense and emotional voices in the Italian musical panorama. She has demonstrated her notable curiosity by experimenting with various sonorous and artistic forms over the years. After a fourteen-year partnership with Matia Bazar and a seven-year pause, Antonella Ruggiero resumed in 1996, with works touching all forms such as sacred music, jazz and Hebrew, Portuguese, Eastern and popular traditional compositions. She released a 6 CD collection in 2018, titled Quando facevo la cantante with more than 100 pieces registered from 1996 to date.
Founder of PLOT Architects, after his experience with Oma Studio, Bjarke Ingels established BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) in 2005. Time Magazine named him as one of the 100 most influential modern figures and the Wall Street Journal declared him The Innovator of the Year in 2011. He won the Leone d'oro at the Venice Biennial and became a point of reference for contemporary architecture. BIG is a group of architects, designers, urban planners, landscape professionals, interior and product designers, researchers and inventors who work to analyse the evolution of the multicultural process, global economic flows and communication technology to translate them into new means of architectonic and urban organisation.
Ensemble composed of 13 musicians with mixed backgrounds (classical, baroque, and popular). Directed by Marco Zanotti. In his work he creates a form of border land that combines the sonority and the expressive uniqueness of European instruments such as string instruments, wood instruments and harpsichords with percussion, song and African polyrhythms. The first disc Shrine on you, Fela goes classical (2011) is a homage to Fela Kuti, the greatest musical genius and African political rebel of recent times. Having received a warm critical response, he took the band to the historic Glastonbury Festival. This was followed by Regard sour le passé (2014) and Polyphonie (2017). These three works evolved into the creation of a hybrid and intriguing repertory, spanning the elegance of classical music and the energy of Afrobeat.
Alexandre Kordzaia (1994) is a producer, performer and Georgian composer (Tbilisi). He released his first single We've Been and his debut LP QYS for PRRRRRRRRR Records. He has toured with Christoph Altstaedt and Junge Norddeutsche Philharmonie (JNP), playing in the Elbphilharmonie (Hamburg) and Funkhaus Berlin. He has collaborated with the Georgian Philharmonic Orchestra, Nieuw Ensemble, Peter Conrad Zumthor, Zagareli String Orchestra, Nino Katamadze, Natalie Beridze and Tamriko Kordzaia. In 2019 he has been commissioned for a composition for the Residentie Orchestra Den Haag to mark the birth of Louis Andriessen. He is greatly inspired by classical composers (Ravel, Stravinsky) along with Prince, James Brown, Ryuchi Sakamoto and the pioneers of avant-garde electronic music such as Parmeggiani.
Born in 1982 she is a director and an actress. She studied at CUT of the Università degli Studi of Bari followed by studies under Carlo Formigoni, ricci/forte, Massimo Verdastro, Marco Sgrosso, E. Nekrosius and Luca Ronconi. She founded the Fibre Parallele company in Bari in 2005 with Riccardo Spagnulo. She won the Landieri Award in 2011 as best Italian actress. In 2014, she won the Eleonora Duse, Virginia Reiter awards and the UBU Award as the best Italian actress under the age of 35. In 2015, she directed and acted in La Beatitudine produced by Fibre Parallele. In 2016, she debuted with Orgia by Paolo Pasolini as director and actress. She filmed her first dramaturgy The Black's Tales Tour in 2017, acting and directing the work.
Marco Petroni, theorist and critic of design. Professor at the Polytechnic of Milan, University of Campania and Academy of Fine Arts of Naples. He collaborates with national and international magazines as Domusweb and Artribune.
Born in Ostuni in 1975, he is an author, actor and theatre director. He was trained at the Centro Teatro Ateneo of Rome of the Università La Sapienza di Roma with Cathy Marchand and Franca Angelini. Over the years he has worked at the Teatro Minimo, Teatro dei Venti, Skintrade, Microscopia Teatro, La Luna nel Letto, Teatro Kismet – Teatri di Bari and Fondazione Teatro della Toscana. He is a winner of the Ettore Petrolini, the Operum Harmonia award for theatre and the Ribalta award for literature. His current projects include Il nullafacente by M. Santeramo, directed by R. Bacci (Teatro della Toscana); Nel Labirinto (Teatro della Toscana); L’abito nuovo by E. De Filippo and L. Pirandello, directed by M. Campanale (La luna nel letto) and Discorso sul Mito, project for a short story based on classical mythology.
He was born in Verona (1979) and is one of the latest generation Italian artists who has met with international acclaim. His works have been exhibited in museums and international arts centres including MAXXI (Roma), the Sydney Biennial , Manifesta 7, Rovereto, Biennale di Architettura di Venezia, MOT (Tokyo), Kunsthalle Wien, Kunstverein Braunschweig and ZKM Karlsruhe. Apart from prizes and exhibitions in important art centres and museums, he has published a number of books including The effort took ist tools (Argobooks 2008), The art of Folding for young and old (Cura Books 2012), Water Ikebana (Humbodt Books 2013), Luca Trevisani, Snoeck, 2014, Grand Hotel et des Palmes, Nero, 2015, Via Roma 398 Palermo, Humboldt Books 2018.
Born in Bari. He is an architect who became interested in photography as a means to explore the territory and as an indicator of social dynamics and geopolitical tensions in conflict areas. He has participated in numerous international festivals. In 2013 his first solo exhibit Collateral Landscape at the Milan Triennial was curated by Joseph Grima. He participated in the XIV International Exhibition of Architecture, the Venice Biennial and the first Biennial of Design in Istanbul. In 2016, he presented his solo exhibit Kabul+Baghdad at Camera torino, curated by Francesco Zanot and was nominated FOAM Talent. Curator of The Third Island (Planar Books), the first volume dedicated to the observation of the impact of great works in terms of territorial and social changes. He is represented by Montrasio Arte.
The cie. toula limnaios was founded in 1996 by the choreographer Toula Limnaios and the composer Ralf R. Ollertz. Institutionally supported since 2014, thanks to its slim-line yet effective structure and international co-productions, the company with its 15 fixed staff members guarantees the high quality of its work. It is now one of the most successful dance companies in Germany. With the support of the Goethe Institut and the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, cie. toula limnaios undertakes tours all over the world, as an ambassador for dance that with lucidity, critical sense and courage is concerned with the essence of being human. Dance that is created by and for the people.<7p>
Concert performer, teacher, composer, orchestra director: Roberto Fuccelli is considered one of the greats accordion playing and was awarded the Stella CEA (2017) for artistic merit. In 2018, he was invited to cast his hand at the "International Museum of the Greats of the Accordion" at Recoaro Terme (Viterbo, Italy). His music and concerts have met with unanimous support from the public and critics in Italy and abroad. Since 2017, he has been the Director of the Ontoarte Youth Simphony Orchestra. He has also been Director of Fuccelli Fisarmony since 2010, an ensemble of 12 accordion players, one singer, double bass, percussion and guitar that convey a blast of Mediterranean flavour to the public with each performance.
Born in Avellino (1982), he is one of the most talented and appreciated Italian hip hop artists. Over the years, he has revamped his highly unique style that combines singing and rap, distinguished by important themes and rhymes that are lexically meticulous, making him a cross between a singer-songwriter and a rapper. ORCHIdee
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