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Concerto finale del concorso di composizione musicale "Forme Uniche"

Data:

22/10/2019


Concerto finale del concorso di composizione musicale

XIX Edizione della Settimana della Lingua Italiana nel mondo

The title of the competition, "Forme Uniche della Continuità nello Spazio" (Unique Forms of Continuity in Space), is derived from the famous sculpture by Italian futurist artist Umberto Boccioni.

This international composition competition is an opportunity for composers to express the
originality of their musical ideas and aims to contribute to the creation of a large and eclectic body of art works, with rich implications in the relationship between music, poetry, visual arts, environment, and more.

The competition includes three
AWARD CATEGORIES:
A - Chamber Music (Fermo)
B - Electronic Music (Fermo)
C - Solo Instrument (Kyoto)
HONOURS:
Category A - Bruno Maderna Award
will be delivered to a new work for Chamber Music. From 1 to 5 instruments to be chosen
among the followings: voice/s, flute, oboe, clarinet/s, bassoon, saxophones, trumpet,
trombone, horn, tuba, percussions, piano, accordion, violin, viola, cello, double bass, guitar.
Duration: 7 minutes maximum. Extended techniques are allowed. Up to 4 Finalists will be
selected, and their works performed in Fermo during the month of October 2019.
The winner will be invited to deliver a lecture at the State Conservatory of Fermo and will receive for it a gross amount of 700 euros. The prize money is awarded to the winner only if he/she participates to the preparation of the performance and after holding a lecture about his/her composition. The award is sponsored by the Conservatory of Fermo to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of Bruno Maderna's birth in 2020.

Category B - Luigi Nono Award
will be delivered to a new work for Electronics.
Media: Stereo file (No live electronics)
Duration: 7 minutes maximum. Up to 4 Finalists will be selected, and their works performed in Fermo during the month of October 2019. The winner will be invited to deliver a lecture at the State Conservatory of Fermo and will receive for it a gross amount of 700 euros. The prize money is awarded to the winner only if he/she participates to the preparation of the performance and after holding a lecture about his/her composition.

Category C - Giacomo Leopardi Award
will be delivered to a new work for Solo Instrument.
Instruments:
Koto 13 strings: Oe Miyako?
Saxophone Soprano Alto Tenor: Fukuta Ayano
Violin: Henmi Yasutaka
Percussion: Miyakoto Yasuko
List of percussion instruments available at www.conservatorio.net/concorsocomposizione/
Composers are also allowed to use custom-made or unconventional percussions in accordance with the performer.
Duration: 7 minutes maximum. Extended techniques are allowed. Up to 4 Finalists will be
selected, and their works performed in Kyoto and Fermo during the month of October 2019. The winner will be invited to deliver a lecture at the State Conservatory of Fermo and will receive for it a gross amount of 700 euros. The prize money is awarded to the winner only after holding a lecture about his/her composition in Fermo.
The award is sponsored by the Centro Nazionale di Studi Leopardiani to commemorate the 200-year anniversary of Leopardi's masterpiece L’Infinito. The composition must be freely inspired by Giacomo Leopardi's poem (see text in attachment). Personal styles and aesthetics are desirable.
The concerts in Fermo will be hold by the “Bruno Maderna Ensemble" of the Conservatory of Music.
The award is sponsored by the Centro Nazionale di Studi Leopardiani to commemorate the 200-year anniversary of Leopardi's masterpiece L’Infinito. The composition must be freely inspired by Giacomo Leopardi's poem (see text in attachment). Personal styles and aesthetics are desirable.
The concerts in Fermo will be hold by the “Bruno Maderna Ensemble" of the Conservatory of Music.

Concert of the Finalists Category C – Giacomo Leopardi Award (solo instrument)
Kyoto (Japan) 22nd October 2019 at 13.00 – Igakukan II Hall Kinugasa Campus Ritsumeikan University

 

Informazioni

Data: Mar 22 Ott 2019

Orario: Dalle 13:00 alle 15:00

Organizzato da : Conservatorio di musica Giovanni Battista Pergoles

In collaborazione con : Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Osaka

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

Ritsumeikan University, Igakukan Hall

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