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Fondazione Musica per Roma presents

PMCE Parco della Musica Contemporanea Ensemble
/ Tonino Battista

Ritratto di Ivan Fedele


The PMCE, under the direction of Tonino Battista, pays homage to Ivan Fedele through 2 offerings: Thanatòseros, a lyrical piece for soprano, tenor and ensemble inspired by the “Combat of Tancredi and Chlorinda” from Torquato Tasso’s “Liberated Jerusalem”, as well as Samuel Beckett’s radio play Words and Music. In the first piece, Fedele reflects on the relationship between love and death by creating a dramatic space of enormous tension through his construction of dialogue, his treatment of voice and an energetic instrumental support. In the Beckett’s piece he investigates the relationship between word and music, with actors Nicholas Hunt and Anthony Souter in dialogue with the ensemble.

Credits

Thanatoséros 2010
Opera scene from the “Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda” from the “Gerusalemme liberata” by Torquato Tasso.
Reduction from the original by Giuliano Corti and Ivan Fedele, for soprano, tenor and ensemble

Soprano: Sabrina Cortese
Tenor: Mirko Guadagnini

Words and Music 2015 from Samuel Beckett,
for two actors and ensemble
Croak: Anthony Souter
Words: Nicholas Hunt
Direction:  Nicholas Hunt and Anthony Souter

PMCE
flute 
Paolo Fratini
oboe
Fabio Bagnoli
2 clarinets
Paolo Ravaglia, Luca Cipriano
bassoon
Marco Dionette
horn
Marco Venturi
trumpet
Andrea Di Mario
trombone
Luigino Leonardi
2 percussion
Flavio Tanzi, Pietro Pompei
harp
Lucia Bova
2 pianos
Lucio Perotti, Giulia Tagliavia
2 violins
Francesco Peverini, Filippo Fattorini
viol
Luca Sanzò
Cello
Anna Armatys
contrabass
Massimo Ceccarelli
sound
Tommaso Cancellieri
conductor
Tonino Battista