Brexit Big Band
h 9 pm • Sala Santa Cecilia
Musicians, singers, choruses and solos get together on stage in a vast, unique, band. The result, more than a concert, is a rave/demonstration, an explosive and sharp musical, a tale on Brexit (and its Article 50) to celebrate the union between people, artists and musicians.
Remain in Light by Talking Heads
h 7 pm • Sala Sinopoli
The singer renders her own the fourth album by the Talking Heads, Remain in Light, tainted by the influence of polyrhythmic music, funk and electronic music. «African ideas were much more important for harnessing specific rhythms», David Byrne could well have said, referring not only to the form but also to the contents of that album.
music for percussion
h 4 pm • Sala Petrassi
Devised in collaboration with the Eklekto, a group of contemporary percussionists founded in Geneva in 1974, music for percussion marks a new direction in the prolific career of the artist. Ikeda abandons projections and electronics to focus on the purity of the sound produced by a group of 4 percussionists.
datamatics [ver. 2.0]
h 6 pm • Sala Petrassi
datamatics [ver. 2.0] is, above all, a live performance that hypnotises the viewer with sounds, lights, simple geometric forms, black and white alternate, testing the audience’s sensory activity, dragging them into an unrecognisable digital universe free from coordinates.
Intervals I – II
h 5 pm • Teatro Studio Borgna
Intervals I and Intervals II comprise the project, carried forth with his Franco D’Andrea Octet, focused on the particular combination of the ranges or specific intervals from which collective improvisations arise. The octet rigorously follows the logic of interplay, dragging us into a single sound, a coherent and unitary world.