Luigi Nono

Roberto Fabbriciani: A Tribute to Luigi Nono

Friday, 8 March 2024 Time: 7.30pm
Before the concert in the Capstone Theatre at 6.45pm, Roberto Fabbriciani will talk about his work with Luigi Nono in a 30 minute pre-concert interview and Q&A session. All ticket holders are welcome to attend. The concert takes place at 7.30pm

Stephen Davismoon - Passed/Passing (1999) for bass flute and live electronics.
Roberto Fabbriciani - “Omaggio a Luigi Nono (2006) for small flute and tape.
Luigi Nono - Das atmende Klarsein, fragmente (1980/87) for bass flute, tape and live electronics.
Roberto Fabbriciani, flautist and composer, presents this concert for the centenary of the birth of Luigi Nono (1924 – 1990), as a tribute to the composer's desire to experiment and innovate.

The concert will close with Nono's work for bass flute and electronics Das atmende Klarsein, fragmente. This work was born from the composer's experimentation with Fabbriciani on the new expressive possibilities of a traditional instrument in relation to live electronics. The work was made at the Experimental Studio of the Heinrich-Strobel Stiftung in Freiburg, the studio where Nono made many of his works with electronics.

At the same studio in Freiburg, the electronic part of Roberto Fabbriciani's composition Omaggio a Luigi Nono for piccolo was made. It is a piece born in the same vein of Nono’s: exploring the expressive potential of this instrument. Referring to the same spirit of research and experimentation, the concert opens with the work Passed/Passing by Stephen Davismoon, who is interested in what can be defined as a new virtuosity that consists in focusing on the analysis of the single sound.
NB: a combined ticket for this concert and the concert later that evening (Fri 8th March 2024) at 9pm 'Florence Acousmatic Music' can be purchased via Ticketquarter for £16.50 (incl bf)

Ticket Details

£11.50 (incl bf)

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