Innovation in language, musical forms and sound technologies: these are production's main goals. Drawing inspiration from the principles of quality and experimentation that characterized the work brought forward for and with Luciano Berio, Tempo Reale operates on a local, national and international level collaborating with musicians, researchers and cultural operators in order to deal with ever-evolving subject matters – such as improvisation and interactive techniques – and to find solutions that reunite tradition with a desire for renewal. New productions and related recordings are constantly presented both in Florence and in various other contexts: they often involve the definition and creation of flexible acoustic spaces, but their purpose is also that of musically occupying unconventional venues.
Suoni e musica di ricerca
20 > 30 maggio 2017
Limonaia di Villa Strozzi, Firenze
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Tempo Reale foundation, the center opens a new concert season dedicated to research and experimental sound hosting very interesting musician from the national and international scene. A special evening is dedicate to the electroacoustic works of Luciano Berio, founder of Tempo Reale.
Leggi tutto: TEMPO REALE TRENTA 1987-2017
TRK. Sound Club is back! Tempo Reale project dedicated to the international experimental music scene presents five new appointments happening on a monthly basis and starting form November 2016.…
Leggi tutto: TRK. Sound club
Sound Theatre for devices.
Conception, composition and technique: Francesco Canavese, Francesco Casciaro, Francesco Giomi, Damiano Meacci
Collaboration: Francesco Perissi, Giulia Sarno
Production: La Biennale di Venezia, Tempo Reale
Leggi tutto: Symphony Device
Research music and sounds in Florence.
An intense season of live experimental music concerts and events that put together sound, social awareness and new electronic music. The complete calendar counts a number of both worldwide and national premieres, young authors and international performers.…
Leggi tutto: Progetto primavera 2015