TEMPO REALE | LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA 2017
Tempo Reale’s participation in the Venice Biennale returns: along with the sound direction curated by the centre’s composers in the nights of the 3rd and the 6th of October, 2017, on October 8th Tempo Reale will present Il Rosso Risvegliato, a new production composed in collaboration with the Russian composer and performer Alexander Chernyshkov.
> Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017, 12 p.m.
Sala delle Colonne / Ca’ Giustinian – Venice
FOCUS VIOLONCELLO / MICHELE MARCO ROSSI
Cello Michele Marco Rossi
live electronics and sound direction Tempo Reale
Iannis Xenakis, Kottos, for solo cello (1977, 8’)
Arturo Fuentes, Mood, for amplified cello (2012, 10’)
*first Italian performance
Sofia Avramidou, nuova creazione, for solo cello (2017, 10’)
Gabriele Cosmi, nuova creazione, for cello and electronics (2017, 12’)
Lucia Ronchetti, Forward and downward, turning neither to the left nor to the right, for solo cello (2017, 18’)
> Friday, October 6th, 2017, 20 p.m.
Teatro Piccolo Arsenale – Venice
BIENNALE COLLEGE MUSICA / THREE ONE-ACT PERFORMANCES
conductor Filippo Perocco
Ex Novo Ensemble
computer music coordination Tempo Reale
La stessa barca (2017, 20’)
music by Raffaele Sargenti
Apnea (2017, 20’)
music by Leonardo Marino
Orpheus moments, seriamente un’opera buffa (2017, 20’)
Music by Ole Hübner
A production by La Biennale di Venezia
> Sunday, October 8th, 2017, 20 p.m.
Teatro alle Tese – Venice
IL ROSSO RISVEGLIATO
Alexander Chernyshkov + Tempo Reale
Playwright and composer Alexander Chernyshkov
Sax, woodwinds, vocals Dario Fariello
Flute, woodwinds, vocals Alessandro Baticci
Device project and controls Francesco Canavese, Francesco Casciaro, Alexander Chernyshkov, Francesco Pellegrino
Sound direction Francesco Canavese
Alexander Chernyshkov & Tempo Reale, Il rosso risvegliato, for two performers, extended woodwinds, and devices (2017, 50’)
A score that mixes musical instruments and everyday devices, with the participation of two unconventional multi-instrumentalists: a score that uses elevator relays, dot matrix printers, obsolete floppy discs, within a framework of a use of spaces which once again attempts to overcome the concept of a traditional concert, in support of an immersive fruition in proximity, which is increasingly essential in rising electronic music experiences.
Immgini © Andrea Avezzù