Risultati per: Antonio Caggiano

Dodici segni, dodici caratteri, dodici idee musicali

Rileggere lo zodiaco attraverso Stockhausen e Jacob

di Antonella Manca

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«Come scorre il tempo»

di Antonella Manca

Tonight at 21:15, the church of S. Agostino open another time its doors to the world of contemporary music, with the sixth appointment of #ChigianaToday, with compositions by Xenakis, Stockhausen and Battistelli.

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Chigiana meets Siena Jazz

di Ilaria Rossi Continua

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Il battito delle passioni

di Chiara Cesaro

Tonight at 21.15, another Chigiana concert will be held in the marvellous venue of Saint Agustine Church. The percussionist Antonio Caggiano, the young talented violinist Ferdinando Trematore, with the Chigiana Percussion Ensemble and the Orchestra of Tuscan Conservatories conducted by Tonino Battista, will play the music of Sciarrino, Bryars and Bernstein. Brilliant sounds from the Twentieth Century for all who are young at heart.

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Krakauer, Cohen, Tordini, Gatto, Caggiano: magie klezmer e free jazz sotto le stelle

di Valentina Crosetto

Thanks to the cooperation between Chigiana Academy and Siena Jazz University, the Chigiana Mix concert compared different generations and experiences in a extraordinary quintet that excited the square from somber and contemplative free jazz to frantic klezmer against the backdrop of Santa Maria in Provenzano. Continua

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Spazio nel Suono. Ultima frontiera

Le Noir de l’Etoile di Gerard Grisey ci proietta nel cuore pulsante delle stelle.

di Andrea Pistorio

We are such stuff as stars are made on. Gerard Grisey’s masterpice Le Noir de l’Etoile brought us back to an ancient beat, before Earth’s birth, among suns and black holes.
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Chigiana e Siena Jazz: un Mix esplosivo

di Maria Rossetti

Chigiana meets Siena Jazz. On background of the Church of Santa Maria, in the wonderful setting of Piazza Provenzano, the clarinetist David Krakauer will converse with other important musicians of the international scene. Continua

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Storia di un mondo che cambia per flauto, percussioni e colore

di Antonella Varvara

Traveling between past and present, #SpaceinSound landed in a wild, primitive region. Yesterday night’s concert at the University of Siena brought us back to the origins of music and humanity through the use of modern means: the flautist Patrick Gallois the percussionist Antonio Caggiano and some of his pupils speack a language that belongs to our present musical culture indeed. Continua

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