musiche di : Eero Hämeenniemi
Eero Hämeenniemi, pianoforte | Maria Nurmela, danza
il concerto è preceduto (ore 18:15) dalla conversazione
"Musica in movimento", con : Flavio Colusso e Ennio Speranza
The Finnish Institute in Rome, Passeggiata del Gianicolo, 10, 00165 Roma RM
We are invited by and the concert is organized by The Finnish Institute in Roma: http://irfrome.org/language/en/where-antiquity-and-modern-meet/
XVII edition of L’Orecchio di Giano: Dialogues between Ancient & Modern Music.
The season of concerts by the Ensemble Seicentonovecento bears new and precious fruits: nine concerts + 2, this year to the discovery of rare music of yesterday and today with numerous artists and composers, illustrious guests of the Ensemble founded and directed by Flavio Colusso, who has always been involved in revisiting the past and performing new works. Music by : Giuseppe Aldrovandini, L. van Beethoven, Carlo Broschi "Farinelli", Francesco Cilea, Muzio Clementi, Egidio Romualdo Duni, F. Liszt, Angelo Panzini, R. Schumann, J. Sibelius, G.P da Palestrina, GB. Pergolesi, Giulio Ricordi, Giovanni Sgambati, Giulio Caccini, C. Debussy, G. Rossini, and also by : Kalevi Aho, Flavio Colusso, Sebastian Fagerlund, Eero Hämeenniemi, Joonas Kokkonen, Giancarlo Simonacci, Luigi Verdi.
Hinc totam licet aestimare Romam (from here you can admire the whole of Rome), as Martial wrote of the Janiculum, and the cycle of double faced concerts enables us to look out over the panorama of the Eternal City and to listen “from new directions”, to extend Sight and Hearing from the past to the future, from the inside to the outside, from the known to the unknown.