Francesco Filidei. Bellezza (e più se affinità)

Thursday 08 January 2015 - 19:30

Moderation Catherine Peillon

“Try to imagine music that has lost the element of sound. What remains: a murmur, a skeleton, light but with a wealth of almost mechanical sounds produced by the hand that touches and caresses instruments. That is the music of Francesco Filidei.“*

In the limitless world of noises that he uses with the exceptional ear of the organist that he is, the works of Francesco Filidei open up a precious world of poetry. It is difficult to name his aesthetic models. Lachenmann or Kagel, Harry Partch?

Rather, Vivaldi, Verdi, Puccini or Radiohead! With the unusual genre of ‘sonphéno-mène’ (sound pheno-menon), his music pushes back the frontiers of our perceptive abilities.

This encounter will make it easier to enter the composer’s creative space.

* Salvatore Sciarrino, composer (1947)

With the participation of Francesco Filidei, Maxime Kaprielian, Rodolphe Bruneau-Boulmier, Roberta Milanaccio.

Partnership Cdmc – 2e2m – Istituto italiano di cultura